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Edition 18 June 2019

Cover Story

  • Misery in a Foreign Land

    Misery in a Foreign Land

    The lives of hundreds of former ISIS supporters from Indonesia hang in uncertainty in Syria. Kurdish authorities are willing to return refugees as long as the Indonesian government makes an official request. Tempo investigated those locked up in prisons and those living in refugee camps.

  • Goats and Syrian Djinns

    Goats and Syrian Djinns

    Indonesians occupied the lowest caste in ISIS territories. Women whose husbands died were turned into suicide bombers.

  • Ruins of the Caliphate Capital

    Ruins of the Caliphate Capital

    Areas previously controlled by ISIS are in ruins. A few remaining combatants attack occasionally.

  • Beef Floss in Evacuation Tents

    Beef Floss in Evacuation Tents

    Mustaga Bali looked quite stocky in his camouflage outfit. He is six feet tall and has a receding hairline.

  • Tough Life in the Caliphate

    Tough Life in the Caliphate

    Deportees from Syria and Iraq are rebuilding their lives. Joining ISIS was apparently a big mistake.

  • We are Ready to Return Indonesian ISIS Supporters

    We are Ready to Return Indonesian ISIS Supporters

    chief of NES Foreign Relations, Abdulkarim Omar

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