Ampera village: An oasis in a former battlefield
M. Azis Tunny,
The Jakarta Post,
PREMIUM Residents of Ampera subdistrict, Masohi district in Central Maluku regency, say they refuse to be caught up in another conflict, after previous riots rendered them homeless victims. When sectarian riots rocked Masohi, growing out of the conflict in Ambon in December 1999, Muslim and Christian communities in Ampera were forced from their homes as their area became one of the battle zones. ...
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