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Twenty-two killed in Maluku violence, medical staff say

Twenty-two people have been killed and scores badly injured in a major outbreak of Muslim-Christian violence in the eastern Indonesian city of Ambon, medical staff said. The violence which flared Sunday after a parade by Christian separatists was the worst since a pact in February 2002 ended three years of sectarian fighting in which some 5,000 people died. Hundreds of extra police and troops have been rushed to the waterfront city in the Maluku islands. Full Story

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