Indonesia Monday welcomed a move by the United States to resume a small but high-profile U.S. military training program that was frozen in the 1990s because of human rights abuses in East Timor. The decision by Washington, which sees the world’s most populous Muslim nation as a key Asian ally in the war on terrorism, was condemned by human rights groups, which argued the Indonesian military (TNI) has yet to properly account for past abuses and undertake enough reforms. Full Story
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