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Indonesia police tear gas students protesting sex, graft laws

By DW
25 September 2019   |   6:00 am
Thousands gathered in cities around Indonesia to protest plans to criminalize premarital sex and weaken the country's corruption-fighting agency. Lawmakers want to pass the vote before their terms end this month.

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