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Last Police Withdrawn From Aceh Province

Indonesia withdrew the last of its police from Aceh province Thursday under a peace agreement with separatist rebels that was propelled by the tsunami one year ago. The withdrawal — delayed several times in the past week due to a shortage of ships — was the last military step required under the deal to end a 29-year war that claimed 15,000 lives. Some 2,150 officers left the port town of Lhokseumawe on a warship Thursday afternoon, said Lt. Col. Mulyatno, chief of North Aceh Police. Full Story

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