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Human Bones Found in Rumoh Geudong

Monday, April 15, 2024

Reports on the finding of human bones in Rumoh Geudong, Aceh, the return of the term OPM for armed criminal group in Papua, and the imprisonment sentence received by an environmental activist in Central Java.

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Workers found human bones in front of a mosque at the construction site of the Rumoh Geudong Living Park Memorial in Pidie Regency, Aceh. The bones were reburied at the same location. sinarpidie.co/Firdaus . tempo : 172126673758.

Human Bones Found in Rumoh Geudong

WORKERS on the construction project of the Rumoh Geudong Living Park Memorial in Pidie Regency, Aceh, discovered human bones. The findings include arm and leg bones as well as six thigh bones. These skeletal remains are believed to be victims of the torture tragedy at Rumoh Geudong during the Aceh conflict in the New Order era.

The government is urged to temporarily halt the construction project of the monumen

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