Jambi villagers welcome banished, jailed rape victim to return after uproar
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM It takes more than three hours to reach Pulau village from the city of Jambi, the capital of Jambi province. After passing through some difficult and damaged roads, the journey is continued with a 15-minute motorboat ride across the Batanghari River. The residents of this quiet village, which is surrounded by palm oil plantations where its residents work for a living, were recently shocked by a...
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