Refugees, asylum seekers rely on generosity to survive
The Jakarta Post
Khonomgul Hakimi, 66, an Afghan woman, sits amid more than a dozen tents set up on a sidewalk in front of the Jakarta Immigration Office detention center in Kalideres, West Jakarta.
She joined her four family members, including her three-year-old grandson, who for the past nine days have resided in the tents. Paying a people-smuggler, Hakimi fled her country with her family to escape the un...
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