Death rates have been increasing in Indonesia after the Tsunami hits. The deaths after the earthquake and the tsunami at Sulawesi in Indonesia have been revised up to 832, reports Indonesian authorities.
On Saturday, the government operated a number of 420 deaths, but the number is expected to increase more since rescue teams have not yet reached several areas affected.
Most of the deaths registered so far are in the city of Palu, which was hit by three meter high waves after the earthquake had first laid a number of buildings in gravel.
The number also includes eleven registered in the city of Donggala, where information was first available on Sunday.