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Papua New Guinea Red Cross estimates that at least 70 people have died and about 10,000 have been displaced since the initial 7.5 magnitude quake last week. (Photo: iStock)

(Bloomberg) – Nine days after a massive earthquake and more than a hundred aftershocks shook Papua New Guinea — including a 6.7 magnitude hit early Wednesday — the Pacific nation is struggling to access villages cut off by landslides and secure safe drinking water.

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