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Why are Indonesians dying on the streets of Jakarta a month after their election?

The Age Thursday, 23 May 2019
People are dead in the capital, and the plot thickens with envelopes of cash found on some protesters. What sparked the violence and who is involved?
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News video: Indonesia army deployed as post-election riots enter second day

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Indonesian military were deployed on the streets of Jakarta as violence continue in the second day of post-election protests. Footage shows police in riot gear firing what appear to be rubber bullets at a crowd of protesters on May 22. Military can be seen arriving in a truck at the scene of...

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