Worker returns after decades of no contact
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM Reunited: Seventy-four-year-old Qibtiyah (second right) meets her family in Jember, East Java, on Tuesday for the first time since she left to work in Saudi Arabia 28 years ago. They lost contact because her employer did not allow her to communicate with her home, extend her passport, or get a residence permit. (Courtesy of Foreign Ministry)Qibtiyah, a 74-year-old migrant worker, was finally retur...
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