Angry cyclone Fani survivors are protesting for slow relief efforts such as power and shelter.
Others told of scrambling through broken windows and playing dead among the carnage in a bid to survive.
Landslides are common in Indonesia, a vast tropical archipelago prone to natural disasters and torrential downpours.
Grieving relatives thronged a hospital building being used for victim identification, crouching curbside or sitting on chairs set up under an awning at the building’s entrance.
Although searchers halted efforts overnight, sonar vessels and an underwater drone kept up the hunt for the wreckage, where many victims were feared trapped.
Neighbouring Israel sent search-and-rescue helicopters to assist, an Israeli military statement said, adding the team dispatched at Amman's request was operating on the Jordanian side of the Dead Sea.
Rescue teams were picking through the rubble, looking for survivors and victims of the disaster which took place on Thursday in the town of Bukalasi in the Bududa district.
The government earlier indicated hard-hit areas would be left untouched as mass graves.
Survivors say they heard no sirens, even though a tsunami warning was issued and then lifted 34 minutes after the quake.
Fears are growing that vast numbers of people have been buried in a massive government housing complex at Balaroa, where the sheer force of the quake turned the earth temporarily to mush.
Over 100 people are still unaccounted for, while hundreds of bodies have been buried in mass graves in a bid to avert a disease outbreak from corpses rotting in the tropical sun.
Palu residents crowd around daisy-chained power strips at the few buildings with electricity or queued for water, cash or petrol being brought in via armed police convoy, even as sanitation continues to be a growing problem.
Friday's quake reduced buildings to rubble around Palu and left more than 1,400 people dead.
She began stealing shortly after joining the council in October 2017, several months after the June 14 inferno at the public housing bloc, which killed 71 people.
The village of Ucab in the picturesque Cordillera region was hit by one of 50 landslides triggered by heavy rains brought by Typhoon Mangkhut.
Local authorities, international relief groups and the central government have begun organising aid, but shattered roads have slowed efforts to reach survivors in the mountainous north of Lombok.
There are fears the death toll will rise as workers with heavy machinery claw through the rubble of homes, schools and mosques, with hopes of finding any survivors fading.
The death toll from the rains reached at least 94 after floodwaters forced several million people from their homes, NHK national television said, the highest toll since 98 people were killed in a typhoon in 2004.
The confirmed death toll from the accident off the resort island of Phuket stood at 27, but the navy said divers had spotted "quite a few bodies" in the sunken vessel, the Phoenix.
An estimated 18 people had been rescued and one passenger was confirmed dead after the ferry sank on Monday. Some 100 rescue personnel, including military and police officials, were deployed in the search.
Tara Khokon Miya is preparing her 27-year-old daughter to testify against the men who trafficked her to India from Dhaka, where she had been working in a garment factory.
A total of 68 survivors on were rescued Sunday off the coast of Sfax in southern Tunisia, while 48 bodies were recovered.
Among the physical problems that childhood cancer survivors are at risk of are heart failure, strokes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and heart attacks.
Children, parents and teachers want schools to be safe sanctuaries for teaching and learning, not armed fortresses.
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