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Amnesty condemns Indonesia police killings ahead of games

Reported by Seattle Times
JAKARTA, Indonesia (AP) — Amnesty International says Indonesian police fatally shot dozens petty criminals in a deliberate campaign of “unnecessary and excessive” force ahead of the Asian Games. The rights group said 31 of the police killings it recorded from media reports between January and.. »more

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