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Public Meeting on situation in Aceh 14/4/04

Public Meeting on situation in Aceh 14/4/04

The people of Aceh have been suffering under Indonesian rule for decades. Ten months ago martial law was declared in Aceh. Hundreds of civilians have been killed, journalists, human rights and aid agencies have been terrorised, and the people of Aceh continue to suffer.


There will be a video screening and talk by a member of the Acehnese community on the 14th of April, 7:30 PM, Murphy Building, Victoria University

For more information about these events email or phone John 04 971 6695

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