Indonesia rescuers rush to evacuate residents from isolated tsunami-struck towns

Indonesian search-and-rescue teams on Wednesday plucked stranded residents from remote islands and pushed into isolated communities desperate for aid in the aftermath of a volcano-triggered tsunami that killed over 400.
But torrential rains hampered the effort and heaped more misery on the region, as officials warned another killer wave could hit the stricken area.
The disaster agency cautioned residents to stay clear of the coast, as fresh activity at the Anak Krakatoa volcano, which sits in…