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Suspects may shed light on Indonesia ambush

Lawyers have raised fresh questions about the alleged involvement of the Indonesian military in a 2002 ambush near the world’s largest gold and copper mine that left two American teachers dead and strained relations between Jakarta and Washington. Indonesian police last week detained 12 people in connection with the August 2002 attack near Freeport McMoRan’s Grasberg mine in remote Papua province, including a separatist commander indicted by a US grand jury for the attack. Full Story

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