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Floods hit Indonesian capital

Overnight torrential rains have pounded Indonesia's capital Jakarta and surrounding areas, triggering floods. Thousands of people have been forced to evacuate and move to shelters. "I was so afraid of being swept away by the floodwater," said one local resident.

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