Aid workers are working hard to save dozens of missing people after floods and landslides caused by Cyclone Seroja hit villages in Indonesia and East Timor, killing at least 120 people and displacing thousands of others.
Cyclone Seroja turned small towns into muddy fields, uprooting trees and forcing nearly 10,000 people to take shelter in shelters.
And the Indonesian Center for Disaster Management announced the killing of 86 people in several nearby islands. Another 34 people died in East Timor.
Authorities in the Asian archipelago lowered the death toll, citing poor communication with local aid agencies.
But rescue teams in Indonesia are still searching for more than 100 missing people, sometimes using rigs to clear debris from the passage of the typhoon.
The heavy rains in recent days have caused floods and landslides that sometimes wash away homes