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Scoop Images: Kalimantan Carnage [WARNING!]

WARNING: the following images are deeply disturbing.

Scoop received these images of massacred civilians in Kalimantan, Indonesian Borneo, from an observer in the territory.

Background…

1-Mar-2001
Press Release
Indonesia Human Rights Network
On the eve of Secretary of State Colin Powell's visit with Indonesian Foreign Minister Alwi Shihaband in a wave of fresh violence in the Indonesian province of Central Kalimantan, on Borneothe U.S.-based Indonesia Human Rights Network (IHRN) has urged ...See... Continued ban on U.S. military aid to Indonesia


26-Feb-2001
Article
Ross Nepia Himona
Borneo, or Kalimantan, is in the news today. Indigenous Dayak people have declared war on immigrant Madurese people, and over 100 Madurese have been killed in the fighting, and many of them have lost their heads. See... Perceptions Of Borneo

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