Indonesia: Truth, justice and reparation vital for victims and families of Jambo Keupok
On 17 May 2003, 16 men were unlawfully killed by members of the security forces in Jambo Keupok, South Aceh district in 2003. On the 13th anniversary of the Amnesty International reiterates its call on the Indonesian authorities to fulfil their obligation to ensure truth, justice and full reparation to victims and families, including their commitment to establish a truth commission in Aceh.
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