Jul 16, 2018 Last Updated 3:31 AM, Jul 10, 2018

Religion

Living in peace

Living in peace

The village of Oelua proves that Indonesians can live with difference.

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Religion on trial

Woman who claims to speak to angel Gabriel tests ‘constitutional rights’.

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Jungle to church

Missionaries and the military co-operate in converting the Asmat to Christianity.

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Regulating worship

Some Christian and Muslim leaders view the new Ministerial Decree on Houses of Worship as restrictive.

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Remembering the gang rapes of May 1998

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Living in limbo   Credit: Ali Froghi

Refugees in Makassar protest the sudden increase in heavy policing by immigration authorities

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