In Makassar, calls for unity after church attacks

Community leaders belonging to different religions want to see perpetrators brought to justice, but police efforts have been frustrated by a lack of witnesses.

By Yenny Herawati for Khabar Southeast Asia in Makassar, South Sulawesi

March 22, 2013


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