Unwelcome in Poso, militants seek out new haunts

Under pressure from Detachment 88 and lacking local support, militant groups in Central Sulawesi have been moving their operations to another province, police say.

By Wella Sherlita for Khabar Southeast Asia in Jakarta

February 08, 2013


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