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Photos: Protesters Cement Their Feet in Front of Presidential Palace
Photos: Protesters Cement Their Feet in Front of Presidential Palace
A woman villager whose feet are cast in cement blocks is seen during part of four days of protest to draw attention to what they say is environmental damage to their farmland from a cement factory, in Rembang, Central Java, outside the presidential palace, in Jakarta, Indonesia March 16, 2017. Boxes read: "Reject the cement factory" (L) "Kendeng unsustainable". REUTERS/Beawiharta
  • Photos: Protesters Cement Their Feet in Front of Presidential Palace
  • Photos: Protesters Cement Their Feet in Front of Presidential Palace
  • Photos: Protesters Cement Their Feet in Front of Presidential Palace
  • Photos: Protesters Cement Their Feet in Front of Presidential Palace
  • Photos: Protesters Cement Their Feet in Front of Presidential Palace
  • Photos: Protesters Cement Their Feet in Front of Presidential Palace
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