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Women have to wear veils in public areas and are forbidden from wearing tight clothing under the Islamic law in Aceh

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  • Indonesia National Police allowing female police officerS to wear the Islamic hijab
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    • Indonesia National Police allowing female police officerS to wear the Islamic hijab
  • Indonesia National Police allowing female police officerS to wear the Islamic hijab
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    • Indonesia National Police allowing female police officerS to wear the Islamic hijab
  • Indonesia National Police allowing female police officerS to wear the Islamic hijab
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    • Indonesia National Police allowing female police officerS to wear the Islamic hijab
  • Women have to wear veils in public areas and are forbidden from wearing tight clothing under the Islamic law in Aceh
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    • Women have to wear veils in public areas and are forbidden from wearing tight clothing under the Islamic law in Aceh
  • Women have to wear veils in public areas and are forbidden from wearing tight clothing under the Islamic law in Aceh
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    • Women have to wear veils in public areas and are forbidden from wearing tight clothing under the Islamic law in Aceh
  • Women have to wear veils in public areas and are forbidden from wearing tight clothing under the Islamic law in Aceh
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    • Women have to wear veils in public areas and are forbidden from wearing tight clothing under the Islamic law in Aceh
  • Women have to wear veils in public areas and are forbidden from wearing tight clothing under the Islamic law in Aceh
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    • Women have to wear veils in public areas and are forbidden from wearing tight clothing under the Islamic law in Aceh
  • Women have to wear veils in public areas and are forbidden from wearing tight clothing under the Islamic law in Aceh
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    • Women have to wear veils in public areas and are forbidden from wearing tight clothing under the Islamic law in Aceh
  • Women have to wear veils in public areas and are forbidden from wearing tight clothing under the Islamic law in Aceh
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    • Women have to wear veils in public areas and are forbidden from wearing tight clothing under the Islamic law in Aceh
  • Plastic scrap recycling in Indonesia
  • Plastic scrap recycling in Indonesia
  • Plastic scrap recycling in Indonesia
  • Plastic scrap recycling in Indonesia
  • Plastic scrap recycling in Indonesia
  • Indonesian waters that reach more than 5.8 million kilometers square makes Indonesia one of the biggest contributors of fishery products in South Asia.
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    • Indonesian waters that reach more than 5.8 million kilometers square makes Indonesia one of the biggest contributors of fishery products in South Asia.
  • Indonesian waters that reach more than 5.8 million kilometers square makes Indonesia one of the biggest contributors of fishery products in South Asia.
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    • Indonesian waters that reach more than 5.8 million kilometers square makes Indonesia one of the biggest contributors of fishery products in South Asia.
  • Indonesian waters that reach more than 5.8 million kilometers square makes Indonesia one of the biggest contributors of fishery products in South Asia.
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    • Indonesian waters that reach more than 5.8 million kilometers square makes Indonesia one of the biggest contributors of fishery products in South Asia.
  • Indonesian waters that reach more than 5.8 million kilometers square makes Indonesia one of the biggest contributors of fishery products in South Asia.
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    • Indonesian waters that reach more than 5.8 million kilometers square makes Indonesia one of the biggest contributors of fishery products in South Asia.
  • Indonesian rupiah falls against the US dollar
  • Indonesian rupiah falls against the US dollar
  • Indonesia postponed plans to execute eight drug convicts on death row for up to three weeks, citing a delay in preparations, the Attorney General's Office said. No precise date had been given for the execution of the prisoners, including Australians
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    • Indonesia postponed plans to execute eight drug convicts on death row for up to three weeks, citing a delay in preparations, the Attorney General's Office said. No precise date had been given for the execution of the prisoners, including Australians
  • Indonesia postponed plans to execute eight drug convicts on death row for up to three weeks, citing a delay in preparations, the Attorney General's Office said. No precise date had been given for the execution of the prisoners, including Australians
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    • Indonesia postponed plans to execute eight drug convicts on death row for up to three weeks, citing a delay in preparations, the Attorney General's Office said. No precise date had been given for the execution of the prisoners, including Australians
  • Indonesia postponed plans to execute eight drug convicts on death row for up to three weeks, citing a delay in preparations, the Attorney General's Office said. No precise date had been given for the execution of the prisoners, including Australians
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    • Indonesia postponed plans to execute eight drug convicts on death row for up to three weeks, citing a delay in preparations, the Attorney General's Office said. No precise date had been given for the execution of the prisoners, including Australians
  • Indonesia postponed plans to execute eight drug convicts on death row for up to three weeks, citing a delay in preparations, the Attorney General's Office said. No precise date had been given for the execution of the prisoners, including Australians
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    • Indonesia postponed plans to execute eight drug convicts on death row for up to three weeks, citing a delay in preparations, the Attorney General's Office said. No precise date had been given for the execution of the prisoners, including Australians
  • Indonesia postpones executions

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