New fuss sparked in Jakarta

Anti riot police fired tear gas against rioters in Jakarta’s capital late Wednesday as a new commotion broke out on the road following the official announcement of Indonesia’s election results on Tuesday.

The police sirens were sounded during the break that evening with thousands of protesters chanting and flying the Indonesian flag.

Some of them threw rocks and fireworks towards anti-riot police lining behind a wire fence near the building of an election supervision agency.

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