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Tuesday, 17 July 2018 | 10:32
PDIP Faction: Anies Baswedan`s Programs Turn Out to be Chaos A faction member of Indonesia Democratic Party of Struggle
(PDIP) has again criticized Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan,
Deputy Governor Sandiaga Uno.
Tuesday, 17 July 2018 | 10:26
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Photos: 12-Year Jail Term Sought for Canadian Teacher in Indonesian Sex-Abuse Case
Photos: 12-Year Jail Term Sought for Canadian Teacher in Indonesian Sex-Abuse Case
Canadian teacher Neil Bantleman, right, receives a mobile phone from his wife Tracy as Indonesia teaching assistant Ferdinant Tjiong, left, looks on prior to the start of their trial hearing to listen to the prosecutor's demand at South Jakarta District Court in Jakarta, Indonesia, Thursday, March 12, 2015. Indonesian prosecutors recommended 12 years in jail each for a Canadian and Indonesian accused of abusing children at a prestigious Jakarta school. AP/Dita Alangkara
  • Photos: 12-Year Jail Term Sought for Canadian Teacher in Indonesian Sex-Abuse Case
  • Photos: 12-Year Jail Term Sought for Canadian Teacher in Indonesian Sex-Abuse Case
  • Photos: 12-Year Jail Term Sought for Canadian Teacher in Indonesian Sex-Abuse Case
  • Photos: 12-Year Jail Term Sought for Canadian Teacher in Indonesian Sex-Abuse Case
  • Photos: 12-Year Jail Term Sought for Canadian Teacher in Indonesian Sex-Abuse Case
  • Photos: 12-Year Jail Term Sought for Canadian Teacher in Indonesian Sex-Abuse Case
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