INDONESIA EARTHQUAKE: Sizable aftershocks are likely to be felt along Sumatra's west coast for the next two weeks following Wednesday's quake, a local media report says. Many people are still sleeping out in the open, either because their houses have been destroyed or because they are too scared to return home in case of further quakes. More than 20 people have died and over 100 have been injured. Aftershocks have triggered activity in three volcanoes in the area, according to the head of the country's volcanological survey. But he said there was no risk of an eruption despite signs of magma movement.