Amanda Casanova, Christian Headlines
Authorities found some 34 bodies of children in an Indonesian church after an earthquake and tsunami pummeled an Indonesian island Friday.
Red Cross spokeswoman Aulia Arriani said the children were attending a Christian bible camp when they were killed. Officials expect to find more bodies as the death toll continues to rise.
According to reports, more than 1,300 people died in the disasters.
Volunteers in the area are working on digging a mass grave for the dead.
Meanwhile in Palu, a military plan carrying supplies was unable to land because of crowds at the airport.
“There was a fear of the crowd mobbing the plane,” a representative for an aid organization said. “People are so desperate for aid.”
Other reports say that stores have been “cleaned out” of supplies and there has also been some looting.