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In late June, dozens of refugees camped out for weeks in front of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) office in Kebon Sirih, Central Jakarta, to demand progress over their applications to be resettled in a third country.
On July 10, the Jakarta administration finally allowed them to take shelter in one of its buildings in Kalideres, West Jakarta, but problems remain, with the Jakarta administration calling for medium and long-term solutions for the more than 1,000 refugees it currently houses. (JP/ Donny Fernando)
(JP/ Dian Septiari)