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Indonesia cracks down on terrorism with new laws and joint patrols

Sydney Morning Herald Tuesday, 20 June 2017
Indonesians who join terrorist groups overseas will face a maximum 15 years' jail under new anti-terrorism laws expected to be passed by September.
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