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A Hindu villager rides a motorcycle past an altar ahead of the annual Kasada festival at the Mount Bromo in Indonesia's East Java province, July 30, 2015. (Photo by Reuters/Beawiharta)

A Hindu villager rides a motorcycle past an altar ahead of the annual Kasada festival at the Mount Bromo in Indonesia's East Java province, July 30, 2015. The Kasada festival will be held on August 1, when the worshippers throw offerings such as livestock and other crops into the volcanic crater of Mount Bromo to give thanks to the Hindu gods for ensuring their safety and prosperity. (Photo by Reuters/Beawiharta)
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31 Jul 2015 11:25:00
A Tenggerese shaman praying for worshippers at Widodaren cave during the Tenggerese Hindu Yadnya Kasada festival on July 31, 2015 in Probolinggo, East Java, Indonesia. The festival is the main festival of the Tenggerese people and lasts about a month. On the fourteenth day, the Tenggerese make the journey to Mount Bromo to make offerings of rice, fruits, vegetables, flowers and livestock to the mountain gods by throwing them into the volcano's caldera. (Photo by Ulet Ifansasti/Getty Images)

A Tenggerese shaman praying for worshippers at Widodaren cave during the Tenggerese Hindu Yadnya Kasada festival on July 31, 2015 in Probolinggo, East Java, Indonesia. The festival is the main festival of the Tenggerese people and lasts about a month. On the fourteenth day, the Tenggerese make the journey to Mount Bromo to make offerings of rice, fruits, vegetables, flowers and livestock to the mountain gods by throwing them into the volcano's caldera. The origin of the festival lies in the 15th century when a princess named Roro Anteng started the principality of Tengger with her husband Joko Seger, and the childless couple asked the mountain Gods for help in bearing children. The legend says the Gods granted them 24 children but on the provision that the 25th must be tossed into the volcano in sacrifice. The 25th child, Kesuma, was finally sacrificed in this way after initial refusal, and the tradition of throwing sacrifices into the caldera to appease the mountain Gods continues today. (Photo by Ulet Ifansasti/Getty Images)
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01 Aug 2015 12:07:00
An Indonesian boy waits as he prepares to catch offerings released by Hindu devotees of the Tengger tribe during the Yadnya Kasada festival, on the crater of Mount Bromo in Probolinggo on July 21, 2016. During the annual Yadnya Kasada festival the Tenggerese climb Mount Bromo, an active volcano, and seek the blessing from the main deity Hyang Widi Wasa by presenting offerings of rice, fruit, livestock and other local produce. (Photo by Juni Kriswanto/AFP Photo)

An Indonesian boy waits as he prepares to catch offerings released by Hindu devotees of the Tengger tribe during the Yadnya Kasada festival, on the crater of Mount Bromo in Probolinggo on July 21, 2016. During the annual Yadnya Kasada festival the Tenggerese climb Mount Bromo, an active volcano, and seek the blessing from the main deity Hyang Widi Wasa by presenting offerings of rice, fruit, livestock and other local produce. (Photo by Juni Kriswanto/AFP Photo)
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22 Jul 2016 12:33:00
A Hindu worshipper throws vegetables into the crater as offerings during the Kasada Festival at Mount Bromo in Probolinggo, Indonesia's East Java province, August 1, 2015. (Photo by Reuters/Beawiharta)

A Hindu worshipper throws vegetables into the crater as offerings during the Kasada Festival at Mount Bromo in Probolinggo, Indonesia's East Java province, August 1, 2015. Every year people gather for the annual festival where offerings of rice, fruit, vegetables, livestock or money are made to Hindu gods at the active volcano to ask for blessings and assure a bountiful harvest. (Photo by Reuters/Beawiharta)
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02 Aug 2015 12:34:00
A municipal police officer throws a stone back at protesting residents of Kampung Pulo after clashes erupted during an eviction in Jakarta, Indonesia, August 20, 2015 in this photo taken by Antara Foto. Residents facing eviction from a flood-prone part of Indonesia's capital of Jakarta clashed with police on Thursday, prompting security forces to fire tear gas and water cannon. (Photo by Muhammad Adimaja/Reuters/Antara Foto)

A municipal police officer throws a stone back at protesting residents of Kampung Pulo after clashes erupted during an eviction in Jakarta, Indonesia, August 20, 2015 in this photo taken by Antara Foto. Residents facing eviction from a flood-prone part of Indonesia's capital of Jakarta clashed with police on Thursday, prompting security forces to fire tear gas and water cannon. (Photo by Muhammad Adimaja/Reuters/Antara Foto)
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21 Aug 2015 12:57:00
People walk near a collapsed mosque following an earthquake in Meuredu, Pidie Jaya in the northern province of Aceh, Indonesia December 7, 2016. (Photo by Irwansyah Putra/Reuters/Antara Foto)

People walk near a collapsed mosque following an earthquake in Meuredu, Pidie Jaya in the northern province of Aceh, Indonesia December 7, 2016. (Photo by Irwansyah Putra/Reuters/Antara Foto)
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08 Dec 2016 12:55:00
An approximately 8 year-old male orangutan named Siamang reacts under the influence of tranquilizer as it's being prepared to be released into the wild at a rehabilitation center in Kuta Mbelin, North Sumatra, Indonesia, Friday, July 10, 2015. (Photo by Binsar Bakkara/AP Photo)

An approximately 8 year-old male orangutan named Siamang reacts under the influence of tranquilizer as it's being prepared to be released into the wild at a rehabilitation center in Kuta Mbelin, North Sumatra, Indonesia, Friday, July 10, 2015. The orangutans at the center were mostly rescued from palm oil plantations or confiscated from homes where they were kept as pet animals. Orangutan populations in Indonesia's Borneo and Sumatra island are facing severe threats from habitat loss, illegal logging, fires and poaching. Conservationists predicted that without immediate action, orangutans are likely to be the first great ape to become extinct in the wild. (Photo by Binsar Bakkara/AP Photo)
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11 Jul 2015 13:57:00
An Indonesian woman watches an eruption from the Mount Sinabung volcano from Tiga Pancur village, in Karo in North Sumatra on November 3, 2017. Sinabung roared back to life in 2010 for the first time in 400 years. After another period of inactivity it erupted once more in 2013, and has remained highly active since. (Photo by Ivan Damanik/AFP Photo)

An Indonesian woman watches an eruption from the Mount Sinabung volcano from Tiga Pancur village, in Karo in North Sumatra on November 3, 2017. Sinabung roared back to life in 2010 for the first time in 400 years. After another period of inactivity it erupted once more in 2013, and has remained highly active since. (Photo by Ivan Damanik/AFP Photo)
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13 Nov 2017 07:31:00