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Singapore’s Muslim community raises $360,000 for Sulawesi earthquake relief efforts

SINGAPORE – Members of Singapore’s Muslim community have raised more than $360,000 for victims of the deadly earthquake that that hit the Indonesian island of Sulawesi in September.

A cheque for $362,510 was presented on Tuesday (Nov 27) to independent disaster relief agency Mercy Relief Singapore, which plans to put the money towards recovery projects for survivors of the 7.4-magnitude quake and tsunami which left more than 1,200 people dead and 16,700 displaced.