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Death toll rises in Indonesia fireworks factory explosion
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Indonesia's Muslims urge more support for Myanmar's Rohingyas
Protesters in Jakarta vowed to stand by their "Muslim brothers and sisters" fleeing what the United Nations has called a campaign of "ethnic cleansing" in Myanmar.
Deadly blasts rock Jakarta
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Court rejects dropping of blasphemy charges against Jakarta governor
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Three arrested in hunt for Jakarta attackers
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Indonesian president: let's not be cowed by attacks
Indonesian President Joko Widodo urged people not to be cowed by the gun and bomb attacks that rocked the capital Jakarta on Thursday.
Terror hits Indonesia
Militants launched a gun and bomb assault in the center of the Indonesian capital on Thursday, killing at least six people, police said, in an attack
ISIL claim responsibility for deadly Jakarta gun and bomb attacks
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Indonesia prepares firing squad for 10 inmates on death row
Indonesia has begun preparations for the execution of 10 inmates on death row. The 10 have been found guilty of various drug-related offences
Australian drug smugglers face firing squad despite Abbot's diplomatic efforts
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Indonesia rejects appeals for mercy for Australian death row inmates
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