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Six Die In Jakarta Riots After President Joko Widodo's Election Win Is Confirmed

NPR Wednesday, 22 May 2019
Saying he will not tolerate rioting, Widodo adds, "The military and the police will carry out stern actions in accordance with the law,"
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Security tightens as Jakarta braces for more mass protest on Wednesday after official results confirmed President Joko Widodo&apos;s re-election on Tuesday. Michelle Hennessy reports.

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