Displaced and haunted by violence in Ambon

After ten years in temporary housing, many people displaced by conflict have given up on going back to their original homes

By Petrus Oratmangun in Ambon and Yenny Herawati in Madiun for Khabar Southeast Asia

July 25, 2012

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