Thousands caught in flood misery
Andreas D. Arditya and Multa Fidrus
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM Getting by: Two women ride on a homemade wooden raft to cross the flooded Jl. Abdullah Syafei in Jakarta on Wednesday. They paid Rp 10,000 (US$1) per person for the service. The road between Kampung Melayu and Tebet was cut off as a result of floodwater. JP/Ricky Yudhistira The number of Jakartans forced to leave their flooded homes increased to at least 9,374 on Wednesday afternoon, increasing f...
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