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INDONESIA-POLITICS/SUHARTO
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July 23, 2018 
(R-L) The youngest son of former Indonesian president Suharto, Hutomo "Tommy" Mandala Putra, former Indonesian... 
Bogor, Indonesia 
The children of former Indonesian president Suharto, Hutomo "Tommy" Mandala Putra and former Indonesian... 
(R-L) The youngest son of former Indonesian president Suharto, Hutomo "Tommy" Mandala Putra, former Indonesian military chief Gatot Nurmantyo, and the daughters of former Indonesian President Siti Hediati Hariyadi and Siti Hutami Endang Adiningsih pose for a photo during Berkarya party congress at a hotel in Bogor, Indonesia, July 23, 2018. REUTERS/Beawiharta 
INDONESIA-POLITICS/SUHARTO
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July 23, 2018 
The youngest son of former Indonesian president Suharto, Hutomo "Tommy" Mandala Putra and former Indonesian... 
Bogor, Indonesia 
The youngest son of former Indonesian president Suharto, Hutomo "Tommy" Mandala Putra and former Indonesian... 
The youngest son of former Indonesian president Suharto, Hutomo "Tommy" Mandala Putra and former Indonesian military chief Gatot Nurmantyo attend Berkarya party congress at a hotel in Bogor, Indonesia, July 23, 2018. REUTERS/Beawiharta 
INDONESIA-POLITICS/SUHARTO
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July 23, 2018 
(R-L) The daughter of former Indonesian president Suharto, Siti Hediati Hariyadi, his youngest son Hutomo... 
Bogor, Indonesia 
The daughter of former Indonesian president Suharto, Siti Hediati Hariyadi, his youngest son Hutomo "Tommy"... 
(R-L) The daughter of former Indonesian president Suharto, Siti Hediati Hariyadi, his youngest son Hutomo "Tommy" Mandala Putra, and former Indonesian military chief Gatot Nurmantyo attend Berkarya party congress at a hotel in Bogor, Indonesia, July 23, 2018. REUTERS/Beawiharta 
INDONESIA-POLITICS/SUHARTO
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July 23, 2018 
The youngest son of former Indonesian president Suharto, Hutomo "Tommy" Mandala Putra, reacts during... 
Bogor, Indonesia 
The youngest son of former Indonesian president Suharto, Hutomo "Tommy" Mandala Putra, reacts during... 
The youngest son of former Indonesian president Suharto, Hutomo "Tommy" Mandala Putra, reacts during Berkarya party congress at a hotel in Bogor, Indonesia, July 23, 2018. REUTERS/Beawiharta 
INDONESIA-POLITICS/SUHARTO
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July 23, 2018 
The youngest son of former Indonesian president Suharto, Hutomo "Tommy" Mandala Putra attends Berkarya... 
Bogor, Indonesia 
The youngest son of former Indonesian president Suharto, Hutomo "Tommy" Mandala Putra attends Berkarya... 
The youngest son of former Indonesian president Suharto, Hutomo "Tommy" Mandala Putra attends Berkarya party congress at his hotel in Bogor, Indonesia, July 23, 2018. REUTERS/Beawiharta 
INDONESIA-POLITICS/SUHARTO
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July 23, 2018 
The youngest son of former Indonesian president Suharto, Hutomo "Tommy" Mandala Putra walks with Berkarya... 
Bogor, Indonesia 
The youngest son of former Indonesian president Suharto, Hutomo "Tommy" Mandala Putra walks with Berkarya... 
The youngest son of former Indonesian president Suharto, Hutomo "Tommy" Mandala Putra walks with Berkarya party members at his hotel in Bogor, Indonesia, July 23, 2018. REUTERS/Beawiharta 
INDONESIA-POLITICS/SUHARTO
RTX6CGL1 
July 23, 2018 
The youngest son of former Indonesian president Suharto, Hutomo "Tommy" Mandala Putra gestures during... 
Bogor, Indonesia 
The youngest son of former Indonesian president Suharto, Hutomo "Tommy" Mandala Putra gestures during... 
The youngest son of former Indonesian president Suharto, Hutomo "Tommy" Mandala Putra gestures during an interview with Reuters at his hotel in Bogor, Indonesia, July 23, 2018. REUTERS/Beawiharta 
INDONESIA-OSCARS/
RTS87VT 
February 27, 2016 
Adi Rukun, whose brother Ramli Rukun was killed during the violence described in the documentary "The... 
Beverly Hills, UNITED STATES 
Adi Rukun, whose brother Ramli Rukun was killed during the violence described in the documentary "The... 
Adi Rukun, whose brother Ramli Rukun was killed during the violence described in the documentary "The Look of Silence", poses for a portrait in Beverly Hills, California February 9, 2016. Indonesia's first film production to be nominated for an Oscar is at once a source of national pride and of shame for the world's third-largest democracy. "The Look of Silence" centres on one of the worst massacres since World War Two, when at least 500,000 people died in violence that raged after then-general Suharto and the military took power following an abortive coup in 1965. Picture taken February 9. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni 
INDONESIA-OSCARS/
RTS87VS 
February 27, 2016 
Joshua Oppenheimer (R), director of the documentary "The Look of Silence", and Adi Rukun, whose brother... 
Beverly Hills, UNITED STATES 
Joshua Oppenheimer, director of the documentary "The Look of Silence", and Adi Rukun, who is featured... 
Joshua Oppenheimer (R), director of the documentary "The Look of Silence", and Adi Rukun, whose brother Ramli Rukun was killed during the violence described in the documentary, pose for a portrait in Beverly Hills, California February 9, 2016. Indonesia's first film production to be nominated for an Oscar is at once a source of national pride and of shame for the world's third-largest democracy. "The Look of Silence" centres on one of the worst massacres since World War Two, when at least 500,000 people died in violence that raged after then-general Suharto and the military took power following an abortive coup in 1965. Picture taken February 9. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni 
INDONESIA-OSCARS/
RTS87VR 
February 27, 2016 
Adi Rukun, whose brother Ramli Rukun was killed during the violence described in the documentary "The... 
Beverly Hills, UNITED STATES 
Adi Rukun, whose brother Ramli Rukun was killed during the violence described in the documentary "The... 
Adi Rukun, whose brother Ramli Rukun was killed during the violence described in the documentary "The Look of Silence", poses for a portrait in Beverly Hills, California February 9, 2016. Indonesia's first film production to be nominated for an Oscar is at once a source of national pride and of shame for the world's third-largest democracy. "The Look of Silence" centres on one of the worst massacres since World War Two, when at least 500,000 people died in violence that raged after then-general Suharto and the military took power following an abortive coup in 1965. Picture taken February 9. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni 
INDONESIA-OSCARS/
RTS87VQ 
February 27, 2016 
Adi Rukun, whose brother Ramli Rukun was killed during the violence described in the documentary "The... 
Beverly Hills, UNITED STATES 
Adi Rukun, whose brother Ramli Rukun was killed during the violence described in the documentary "The... 
Adi Rukun, whose brother Ramli Rukun was killed during the violence described in the documentary "The Look of Silence", poses for a portrait in Beverly Hills, California February 9, 2016. Indonesia's first film production to be nominated for an Oscar is at once a source of national pride and of shame for the world's third-largest democracy. "The Look of Silence" centres on one of the worst massacres since World War Two, when at least 500,000 people died in violence that raged after then-general Suharto and the military took power following an abortive coup in 1965. Picture taken February 9. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni 
INDONESIA-OSCARS/
RTS87VP 
February 27, 2016 
Adi Rukun, whose brother Ramli Rukun was killed during the violence described in the documentary "The... 
Beverly Hills, UNITED STATES 
Adi Rukun, whose brother Ramli Rukun was killed during the violence described in the documentary "The... 
Adi Rukun, whose brother Ramli Rukun was killed during the violence described in the documentary "The Look of Silence", poses for a portrait in Beverly Hills, California February 9, 2016. Indonesia's first film production to be nominated for an Oscar is at once a source of national pride and of shame for the world's third-largest democracy. "The Look of Silence" centres on one of the worst massacres since World War Two, when at least 500,000 people died in violence that raged after then-general Suharto and the military took power following an abortive coup in 1965. Picture taken February 9. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni 
INDONESIA-OSCARS/
RTS87VL 
February 27, 2016 
Joshua Oppenheimer (R), director of the documentary "The Look of Silence", and Adi Rukun, whose brother... 
Beverly Hills, UNITED STATES 
Joshua Oppenheimer, director of the documentary "The Look of Silence", and Adi Rukun, who is featured... 
Joshua Oppenheimer (R), director of the documentary "The Look of Silence", and Adi Rukun, whose brother Ramli Rukun was killed during the violence described in the documentary, pose for a portrait in Beverly Hills, California February 9, 2016. Indonesia's first film production to be nominated for an Oscar is at once a source of national pride and of shame for the world's third-largest democracy. "The Look of Silence" centres on one of the worst massacres since World War Two, when at least 500,000 people died in violence that raged after then-general Suharto and the military took power following an abortive coup in 1965. Picture taken February 9. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni 
INDONESIA-OSCARS/
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February 27, 2016 
Joshua Oppenheimer (back), director of the documentary "The Look of Silence", and Adi Rukun, whose brother... 
Beverly Hills, UNITED STATES 
Joshua Oppenheimer, director of the documentary "The Look of Silence", and Adi Rukun, who is featured... 
Joshua Oppenheimer (back), director of the documentary "The Look of Silence", and Adi Rukun, whose brother Ramli Rukun was killed during the violence described in the documentary, pose for a portrait in Beverly Hills, California February 9, 2016. Indonesia's first film production to be nominated for an Oscar is at once a source of national pride and of shame for the world's third-largest democracy. "The Look of Silence" centres on one of the worst massacres since World War Two, when at least 500,000 people died in violence that raged after then-general Suharto and the military took power following an abortive coup in 1965. Picture taken February 9. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni 
INDONESIA-OSCARS/
RTS87VI 
February 27, 2016 
Joshua Oppenheimer, director of the documentary "The Look of Silence", poses for a portrait in Beverly... 
Beverly Hills, UNITED STATES 
Joshua Oppenheimer, director of the documentary "The Look of Silence", poses for a portrait in Beverly... 
Joshua Oppenheimer, director of the documentary "The Look of Silence", poses for a portrait in Beverly Hills, California February 9, 2016. Indonesia's first film production to be nominated for an Oscar is at once a source of national pride and of shame for the world's third-largest democracy. "The Look of Silence" centres on one of the worst massacres since World War Two, when at least 500,000 people died in violence that raged after then-general Suharto and the military took power following an abortive coup in 1965. Picture taken February 9. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni 
INDONESIA-OSCARS/
RTS87VH 
February 27, 2016 
Joshua Oppenheimer, director of the documentary "The Look of Silence", poses for a portrait in Beverly... 
Beverly Hills, UNITED STATES 
Joshua Oppenheimer, director of the documentary "The Look of Silence", poses for a portrait in Beverly... 
Joshua Oppenheimer, director of the documentary "The Look of Silence", poses for a portrait in Beverly Hills, California February 9, 2016. Indonesia's first film production to be nominated for an Oscar is at once a source of national pride and of shame for the world's third-largest democracy. "The Look of Silence" centres on one of the worst massacres since World War Two, when at least 500,000 people died in violence that raged after then-general Suharto and the military took power following an abortive coup in 1965. Picture taken February 9. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni 
INDONESIA-OSCARS/
RTS87V5 
February 27, 2016 
Joshua Oppenheimer, director of the documentary "The Look of Silence", poses for a portrait in Beverly... 
Beverly Hills, UNITED STATES 
Joshua Oppenheimer, director of the documentary "The Look of Silence", poses for a portrait in Beverly... 
Joshua Oppenheimer, director of the documentary "The Look of Silence", poses for a portrait in Beverly Hills, California February 9, 2016. Indonesia's first film production to be nominated for an Oscar is at once a source of national pride and of shame for the world's third-largest democracy. "The Look of Silence" centres on one of the worst massacres since World War Two, when at least 500,000 people died in violence that raged after then-general Suharto and the military took power following an abortive coup in 1965. Picture taken February 9. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni 
INDONESIA-OSCARS/
RTS87V4 
February 27, 2016 
Joshua Oppenheimer, director of the documentary "The Look of Silence", poses for a portrait in Beverly... 
Beverly Hills, UNITED STATES 
Joshua Oppenheimer, director of the documentary "The Look of Silence", poses for a portrait in Beverly... 
Joshua Oppenheimer, director of the documentary "The Look of Silence", poses for a portrait in Beverly Hills, California February 9, 2016. Indonesia's first film production to be nominated for an Oscar is at once a source of national pride and of shame for the world's third-largest democracy. "The Look of Silence" centres on one of the worst massacres since World War Two, when at least 500,000 people died in violence that raged after then-general Suharto and the military took power following an abortive coup in 1965. Picture taken February 9. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni 
INDONESIA-OSCARS/
RTS87V3 
February 27, 2016 
Joshua Oppenheimer, director of the documentary "The Look of Silence", poses for a portrait in Beverly... 
Beverly Hills, UNITED STATES 
Joshua Oppenheimer, director of the documentary "The Look of Silence", poses for a portrait in Beverly... 
Joshua Oppenheimer, director of the documentary "The Look of Silence", poses for a portrait in Beverly Hills, California February 9, 2016. Indonesia's first film production to be nominated for an Oscar is at once a source of national pride and of shame for the world's third-largest democracy. "The Look of Silence" centres on one of the worst massacres since World War Two, when at least 500,000 people died in violence that raged after then-general Suharto and the military took power following an abortive coup in 1965. Picture taken February 9. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni 
INDONESIA-OSCARS/
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February 27, 2016 
Joshua Oppenheimer, director of the documentary "The Look of Silence", poses for a portrait in Beverly... 
Beverly Hills, UNITED STATES 
Joshua Oppenheimer, director of the documentary "The Look of Silence", poses for a portrait in Beverly... 
Joshua Oppenheimer, director of the documentary "The Look of Silence", poses for a portrait in Beverly Hills, California February 9, 2016. Indonesia's first film production to be nominated for an Oscar is at once a source of national pride and of shame for the world's third-largest democracy. "The Look of Silence" centres on one of the worst massacres since World War Two, when at least 500,000 people died in violence that raged after then-general Suharto and the military took power following an abortive coup in 1965. Picture taken February 9. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni 
INDONESIA-OSCARS/
RTS87UY 
February 27, 2016 
Joshua Oppenheimer, director of the documentary "The Look of Silence", poses for a portrait in Beverly... 
Beverly Hills, UNITED STATES 
Joshua Oppenheimer, director of the documentary "The Look of Silence", poses for a portrait in Beverly... 
Joshua Oppenheimer, director of the documentary "The Look of Silence", poses for a portrait in Beverly Hills, California February 9, 2016. Indonesia's first film production to be nominated for an Oscar is at once a source of national pride and of shame for the world's third-largest democracy. "The Look of Silence" centres on one of the worst massacres since World War Two, when at least 500,000 people died in violence that raged after then-general Suharto and the military took power following an abortive coup in 1965. Picture taken February 9. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni 
INDONESIA-OSCARS/
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February 27, 2016 
Joshua Oppenheimer (back), director of the documentary "The Look of Silence" and Adi Rukun, whose brother... 
Beverly Hills, UNITED STATES 
Joshua Oppenheimer, director of the documentary "The Look of Silence" and Adi Rukun, who is featured... 
Joshua Oppenheimer (back), director of the documentary "The Look of Silence" and Adi Rukun, whose brother Ramli Rukun was killed during the violence described in the documentary, pose for a portrait in Beverly Hills, California February 9, 2016. Indonesia's first film production to be nominated for an Oscar is at once a source of national pride and of shame for the world's third-largest democracy. "The Look of Silence" centres on one of the worst massacres since World War Two, when at least 500,000 people died in violence that raged after then-general Suharto and the military took power following an abortive coup in 1965. Picture taken February 9. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni 
INDONESIA-OSCARS/
RTS87UV 
February 27, 2016 
Joshua Oppenheimer, director of the documentary "The Look of Silence", poses for a portrait in Beverly... 
Beverly Hills, UNITED STATES 
Joshua Oppenheimer, director of the documentary "The Look of Silence", poses for a portrait in Beverly... 
Joshua Oppenheimer, director of the documentary "The Look of Silence", poses for a portrait in Beverly Hills, California February 9, 2016. Indonesia's first film production to be nominated for an Oscar is at once a source of national pride and of shame for the world's third-largest democracy. "The Look of Silence" centres on one of the worst massacres since World War Two, when at least 500,000 people died in violence that raged after then-general Suharto and the military took power following an abortive coup in 1965. Picture taken February 9. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni 
INDONESIA-OSCARS/
RTS87UU 
February 27, 2016 
Joshua Oppenheimer, director of the documentary "The Look of Silence", poses for a portrait in Beverly... 
Beverly Hills, UNITED STATES 
Joshua Oppenheimer, director of the documentary "The Look of Silence", poses for a portrait in Beverly... 
Joshua Oppenheimer, director of the documentary "The Look of Silence", poses for a portrait in Beverly Hills, California February 9, 2016. Indonesia's first film production to be nominated for an Oscar is at once a source of national pride and of shame for the world's third-largest democracy. "The Look of Silence" centres on one of the worst massacres since World War Two, when at least 500,000 people died in violence that raged after then-general Suharto and the military took power following an abortive coup in 1965. Picture taken February 9. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni 
SINGAPORE-LEE/
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March 27, 2015 
Daughters of former Indonesian president Suharto, Siti Hardijanti Rukmana and Siti Hediyati Hariyadi... 
Singapore, Singapore 
Daughters of former Indonesian president Suharto pay respects to Singapore's late first prime minister... 
Daughters of former Indonesian president Suharto, Siti Hardijanti Rukmana and Siti Hediyati Hariyadi (L) pay their respects to Singapore's late first prime minister Lee Kuan Yew at the Parliament House in Singapore March 27, 2015. Thousands of Singaporeans queued to pay their last respects to former prime minister Lee Kuan Yew, who lay in state at Parliament House, waiting for up to ten hours in stifling tropical heat to view his body. REUTERS/Edgar Su
INDONESIA-ELECTION/SUHARTO
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April 02, 2014 
Supporters of Siti Hediati Suharto, daughter of former Indonesian President Suharto, shout slogans during... 
Yogyakarta, Indonesia 
Supporters of Siti Hediati Suharto, daughter of former Indonesian President Suharto, shout slogans during... 
Supporters of Siti Hediati Suharto, daughter of former Indonesian President Suharto, shout slogans during a Golkar party campaign in Sleman, near Yogyakarta, March 29, 2014. Siti Hediati Suharto, popularly known as Titiek, on the campaign trail in the city of Yogyakarta in central Java claimed that Indonesia had made little headway since her father's downfall. The Golkar party, which she is campaigning with and which was the parliamentary rubber stamp of Suharto's long rule, is also turning openly to a legacy that until recently would have been political poison. Picture taken March 29, 2014. REUTERS/Dwi Oblo (INDONESIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
INDONESIA-ELECTION/SUHARTO
RTR3JPFD 
April 02, 2014 
A statue of former Indonesian president Suharto is pictured at the Suharto museum in Yogyakarta, March... 
Yogyakarta, Indonesia 
A statue of former Indonesian president Suharto is pictured at the Suharto museum in Yogyakarta 
A statue of former Indonesian president Suharto is pictured at the Suharto museum in Yogyakarta, March 29, 2014. Once dubbed the smiling general despite his iron rule of more than three decades, the image of former President Suharto now waves genially from the election campaign poster of one of his daughters. It marks a tentative return to national politics of the family of the autocratic leader who was forced from office in 1998 as the world's fourth most populous nation descended into economic and social chaos. Picture taken March 29, 2014. REUTERS/Dwi Oblo (INDONESIA - Tags: POLITICS) 
INDONESIA-ELECTION/SUHARTO
RTR3JPF4 
April 02, 2014 
Siti Hardiyanti Rukmana (L) and Siti Hediati Suharto (R), daughters of former Indonesian President Suharto,... 
Yogyakarta, Indonesia 
Siti Hardiyanti Rukmana and Siti Hediati Suharto wave to supporters during a Golkar party campaign in... 
Siti Hardiyanti Rukmana (L) and Siti Hediati Suharto (R), daughters of former Indonesian President Suharto, wave to supporters during a Golkar party campaign in Sleman, near Yogyakarta March 29, 2014. Siti Hediati Suharto, popularly known as Titiek, on the campaign trail in the city of Yogyakarta in central Java claimed that Indonesia had made little headway since her father's downfall. The Golkar party, which she is campaigning with and which was the parliamentary rubber stamp of Suharto's long rule, is also turning openly to a legacy that until recently would have been political poison. Picture taken March 29, 2014. REUTERS/Dwi Oblo (INDONESIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
INDONESIA-ELECTION/SUHARTO
RTR3JPF0 
April 02, 2014 
Indonesian students stand near a wall feature of former Indonesian president Suharto at the Suharto museum... 
Yogyakarta, Indonesia 
Indonesian students stand near a wall feature of former Indonesian president Suharto at the Suharto museum... 
Indonesian students stand near a wall feature of former Indonesian president Suharto at the Suharto museum in Yogyakarta, March 29, 2014. Once dubbed the smiling general despite his iron rule of more than three decades, the image of former President Suharto now waves genially from the election campaign poster of one of his daughters. It marks a tentative return to national politics of the family of the autocratic leader who was forced from office in 1998 as the world's fourth most populous nation descended into economic and social chaos. Picture taken March 29, 2014. REUTERS/Dwi Oblo (INDONESIA - Tags: POLITICS) 
INDONESIA-ELECTION/SUHARTO
RTR3JPEY 
April 02, 2014 
Siti Hediati Suharto, daughter of former Indonesia President Suharto, takes a picture during a Golkar... 
Yogyakarta, Indonesia 
Siti Hediati Suharto takes a picture during a Golkar party campaign in Sleman 
Siti Hediati Suharto, daughter of former Indonesia President Suharto, takes a picture during a Golkar party campaign in Sleman, near Yogyakarta, March 29, 2014. Siti Hediati Suharto, popularly known as Titiek, on the campaign trail in the city of Yogyakarta in central Java claimed that Indonesia had made little headway since her father's downfall. The Golkar party, which she is campaigning with and which was the parliamentary rubber stamp of Suharto's long rule, is also turning openly to a legacy that until recently would have been political poison. Picture taken March 29, 2014. REUTERS/Dwi Oblo (INDONESIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
INDONESIA-ELECTION/SUHARTO
RTR3JPDY 
April 02, 2014 
Indonesian women look at exhibits at the Suharto museum in Yogyakarta, March 29, 2014. Once dubbed the... 
Yogyakarta, Indonesia 
Indonesian women look at exhibits at the Suharto museum in Yogyakarta 
Indonesian women look at exhibits at the Suharto museum in Yogyakarta, March 29, 2014. Once dubbed the smiling general despite his iron rule of more than three decades, the image of former President Suharto now waves genially from the election campaign poster of one of his daughters. It marks a tentative return to national politics of the family of the autocratic leader who was forced from office in 1998 as the world's fourth most populous nation descended into economic and social chaos. Picture taken March 29, 2014. REUTERS/Dwi Oblo (INDONESIA - Tags: POLITICS) 
INDONESIA-ELECTION/SUHARTO
RTR3JPDR 
April 02, 2014 
Supporters of Siti Hediati Suharto, daughter of former Indonesian President Suharto, shout slogans during... 
Yogyakarta, Indonesia 
Supporters of Siti Hediati Suharto, daughter of former Indonesian President Suharto, shout slogans during... 
Supporters of Siti Hediati Suharto, daughter of former Indonesian President Suharto, shout slogans during a Golkar party campaign in Sleman, near Yogyakarta, March 29, 2014. Siti Hediati Suharto, popularly known as Titiek, on the campaign trail in the city of Yogyakarta in central Java claimed that Indonesia had made little headway since her father's downfall. The Golkar party, which she is campaigning with and which was the parliamentary rubber stamp of Suharto's long rule, is also turning openly to a legacy that until recently would have been political poison. Picture taken March 29, 2014. REUTERS/Dwi Oblo (INDONESIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
INDONESIA-ELECTION/SUHARTO
RTR3JPDK 
April 02, 2014 
Siti Hediati Suharto (L), daughter of former Indonesian President Suharto, greets supporters during a... 
Yogyakarta, Indonesia 
Siti Hediati Suharto, daughter of former Indonesian President Suharto, greets supporters during a Golkar... 
Siti Hediati Suharto (L), daughter of former Indonesian President Suharto, greets supporters during a Golkar party campaign in Sleman, near Yogyakarta, March 29, 2014. Siti Hediati Suharto, popularly known as Titiek, on the campaign trail in the city of Yogyakarta in central Java claimed that Indonesia had made little headway since her father's downfall. The Golkar party, which she is campaigning with and which was the parliamentary rubber stamp of Suharto's long rule, is also turning openly to a legacy that until recently would have been political poison. Picture taken March 29, 2014. REUTERS/Dwi Oblo (INDONESIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
INDONESIA-BAKRIE/
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May 20, 2012 
Indonesian billionaire businessman and chairman of Golkar Aburizal Bakrie arrives in Manggarai train... 
Jakarta, Indonesia 
To match insight INDONESIA-BAKRIE/ 
Indonesian billionaire businessman and chairman of Golkar Aburizal Bakrie arrives in Manggarai train station for a roadshow in Jakarta May 10, 2012. Bakrie is chairman of Golkar, the second biggest party in the ruling coalition which was the political vehicle of former strongman President Suharto who ruled the archipelago for over three decades until 1998. He is eyeing the presidential seat in the 2014 election. Picture taken May 10, 2012. To match insight INDONESIA-BAKRIE/ REUTERS/Matthew Bigg (INDONESIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS) 
INDONESIA-BAKRIE/
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May 20, 2012 
Indonesian billionaire businessman and chairman of Golkar Aburizal Bakrie (R) sits in a train in Jakarta... 
Jakarta, Indonesia 
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Indonesian billionaire businessman and chairman of Golkar Aburizal Bakrie (R) sits in a train in Jakarta May 10, 2012. Bakrie is chairman of Golkar, the second biggest party in the ruling coalition which was the political vehicle of former strongman President Suharto who ruled the archipelago for over three decades until 1998. He is eyeing the presidential seat in the 2014 election. Picture taken May 10, 2012. To match insight INDONESIA-BAKRIE/ REUTERS/Matthew Bigg (INDONESIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS) 
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May 20, 2012 
Indonesian billionaire businessman and chairman of Golkar Aburizal Bakrie (R) arrives at Manggarai train... 
Jakarta, Indonesia 
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Indonesian billionaire businessman and chairman of Golkar Aburizal Bakrie (R) arrives at Manggarai train station for a roadshow in Jakarta May 10, 2012. Bakrie is chairman of Golkar, the second biggest party in the ruling coalition which was the political vehicle of former strongman President Suharto who ruled the archipelago for over three decades until 1998. He is eyeing the presidential seat in the 2014 election. Picture taken May 10, 2012. To match insight INDONESIA-BAKRIE/ REUTERS/Matthew Bigg (INDONESIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS) 
INDONESIA-BAKRIE/
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May 20, 2012 
School students greet visiting Indonesian billionaire businessman and chairman of Golkar Aburizal Bakrie... 
Jakarta, Indonesia 
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School students greet visiting Indonesian billionaire businessman and chairman of Golkar Aburizal Bakrie in their school during a roadshow in Tangerang outskirt of Jakarta May 10, 2012. Bakrie is chairman of Golkar, the second biggest party in the ruling coalition which was the political vehicle of former strongman President Suharto who ruled the archipelago for over three decades until 1998. He is eyeing the presidential seat in the 2014 election. Picture taken May 10, 2012. To match insight INDONESIA-BAKRIE/ REUTERS/Matthew Bigg (INDONESIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS) 
INDONESIA-BAKRIE/
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May 20, 2012 
Indonesian billionaire businessman and chairman of Golkar Aburizal Bakrie (R) greets school students... 
Jakarta, Indonesia 
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Indonesian billionaire businessman and chairman of Golkar Aburizal Bakrie (R) greets school students during a roadshow in Tangerang outskirt of Jakarta May 10, 2012. Bakrie is chairman of Golkar, the second biggest party in the ruling coalition which was the political vehicle of former strongman President Suharto who ruled the archipelago for over three decades until 1998. He is eyeing the presidential seat in the 2014 election. Picture taken May 10, 2012. To match insight INDONESIA-BAKRIE/ REUTERS/Matthew Bigg (INDONESIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS) 
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May 20, 2012 
Indonesian billionaire businessman and chairman of Golkar Aburizal Bakrie (R) greets school students... 
Jakarta, Indonesia 
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Indonesian billionaire businessman and chairman of Golkar Aburizal Bakrie (R) greets school students during a roadshow in Tangerang, outskirts of Jakarta May 10, 2012. Bakrie is chairman of Golkar, the second biggest party in the ruling coalition which was the political vehicle of former strongman President Suharto who ruled the archipelago for over three decades until 1998. He is eyeing the presidential seat in the 2014 election. Picture taken May 10, 2012. To match insight INDONESIA-BAKRIE/ REUTERS/Matthew Bigg (INDONESIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS) 
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May 20, 2012 
A school student uses her mobile phone to photograph visiting Indonesian billionaire businessman and... 
Jakarta, Indonesia 
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A school student uses her mobile phone to photograph visiting Indonesian billionaire businessman and chairman of Golkar Aburizal Bakrie in her school during a roadshow in Tangerang, outskirts of Jakarta May 10, 2012. Bakrie is chairman of Golkar, the second biggest party in the ruling coalition which was the political vehicle of former strongman President Suharto who ruled the archipelago for over three decades until 1998. He is eyeing the presidential seat in the 2014 election. Picture taken May 10, 2012. To match insight INDONESIA-BAKRIE/ REUTERS/Matthew Bigg (INDONESIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS) 
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May 20, 2012 
Indonesian billionaire businessman and chairman of Golkar Aburizal Bakrie speaks to his supporters during... 
Jakarta, Indonesia 
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Indonesian billionaire businessman and chairman of Golkar Aburizal Bakrie speaks to his supporters during a roadshow at the Depok administrative city in outskirt of Jakarta May 10, 2012. Bakrie is chairman of Golkar, the second biggest party in the ruling coalition which was the political vehicle of former strongman President Suharto who ruled the archipelago for over three decades until 1998. He is eyeing the presidential seat in the 2014 election. Picture taken May 10, 2012. To match insight INDONESIA-BAKRIE/ REUTERS/Matthew Bigg (INDONESIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS) 
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May 20, 2012 
School students greet visiting Indonesian billionaire businessman and chairman of Golkar Aburizal Bakrie... 
Jakarta, Indonesia 
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School students greet visiting Indonesian billionaire businessman and chairman of Golkar Aburizal Bakrie in their school during a roadshow in Tangerang outskirt of Jakarta May 10, 2012. Bakrie is chairman of Golkar, the second biggest party in the ruling coalition which was the political vehicle of former strongman President Suharto who ruled the archipelago for over three decades until 1998. He is eyeing the presidential seat in the 2014 election. Picture taken May 10, 2012. To match insight INDONESIA-BAKRIE/ REUTERS/Matthew Bigg (INDONESIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS) 
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May 20, 2012 
Indonesian billionaire businessman and chairman of Golkar Aburizal Bakrie speaks to senior high school... 
Jakarta, Indonesia 
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Indonesian billionaire businessman and chairman of Golkar Aburizal Bakrie speaks to senior high school students during his roadshow in Tangerang outskirt of Jakarta May 10, 2012. Bakrie is chairman of Golkar, the second biggest party in the ruling coalition which was the political vehicle of former strongman President Suharto who ruled the archipelago for over three decades until 1998. He is eyeing the presidential seat in the 2014 election. Picture taken May 10, 2012. To match insight INDONESIA-BAKRIE/ REUTERS/Matthew Bigg (INDONESIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS) 
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May 20, 2012 
Indonesian billionaire businessman and chairman of Golkar Aburizal Bakrie speaks to his supporters during... 
Jakarta, Indonesia 
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Indonesian billionaire businessman and chairman of Golkar Aburizal Bakrie speaks to his supporters during a roadshow at the Depok administrative city in outskirt of Jakarta May 10, 2012. Bakrie is chairman of Golkar, the second biggest party in the ruling coalition which was the political vehicle of former strongman President Suharto who ruled the archipelago for over three decades until 1998. He is eyeing the presidential seat in the 2014 election. Picture taken May 10, 2012. To match insight INDONESIA-BAKRIE/ REUTERS/Matthew Bigg (INDONESIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS) 
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May 20, 2012 
Indonesian billionaire businessman and chairman of Golkar Aburizal Bakrie speaks to senior high school... 
Jakarta, Indonesia 
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Indonesian billionaire businessman and chairman of Golkar Aburizal Bakrie speaks to senior high school students during a roadshow in Tangerang outskirt of Jakarta May 10, 2012. Bakrie is chairman of Golkar, the second biggest party in the ruling coalition which was the political vehicle of former strongman President Suharto who ruled the archipelago for over three decades until 1998. He is eyeing the presidential seat in the 2014 election. Picture taken May 10, 2012. To match insight INDONESIA-BAKRIE/ REUTERS/Matthew Bigg (INDONESIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS) 
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May 20, 2012 
Indonesian billionaire businessman and chairman of Golkar Aburizal Bakrie speaks to senior high school... 
Jakarta, Indonesia 
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Indonesian billionaire businessman and chairman of Golkar Aburizal Bakrie speaks to senior high school students during a roadshow in Tangerang outskirt of Jakarta May 10, 2012. Bakrie is chairman of Golkar, the second biggest party in the ruling coalition which was the political vehicle of former strongman President Suharto who ruled the archipelago for over three decades until 1998. He is eyeing the presidential seat in the 2014 election. Picture taken May 10, 2012. To match insight INDONESIA-BAKRIE/ REUTERS/Matthew Bigg (INDONESIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS) 
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December 16, 2011 
Workers walk at the construction site of a superblock in Jakarta December 16, 2011. Indonesia on Thursday... 
Jakarta, Indonesia 
Workers walk at the construction site of a superblock in Jakarta 
Workers walk at the construction site of a superblock in Jakarta December 16, 2011. Indonesia on Thursday recovered its coveted investment grade status from Fitch Ratings, the first of the three major ratings agencies poised to give the emerging economy a lift. The move crowns nearly a decade of steady economic improvement in Southeast Asia 's largest economy, which had been downgraded to junk status during the Asian financial crisis in 1997, when the 32-year rule of strongman Suharto came to an end. REUTERS/Supri (INDONESIA - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION) 
INDONESIA-RATINGS/FITCH
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December 16, 2011 
Workers install a steel structure for a building's pillars at a superblock in Jakarta December 16, 2011.... 
Jakarta, Indonesia 
Workers install a steel structure for a building's pillars at a superblock in Jakarta 
Workers install a steel structure for a building's pillars at a superblock in Jakarta December 16, 2011. Indonesia on Thursday recovered its coveted investment grade status from Fitch Ratings, the first of the three major ratings agencies poised to give the emerging economy a lift. The move crowns nearly a decade of steady economic improvement in Southeast Asia 's largest economy, which had been downgraded to junk status during the Asian financial crisis in 1997, when the 32-year rule of strongman Suharto came to an end. REUTERS/Supri (INDONESIA - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION) 
INDONESIA/
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May 20, 2010 
Indonesia's outgoing Finance Minister Sri Mulyani Indrawati waves to journalists after attending the... 
Jakarta, Indonesia 
Indonesia's outgoing FM Indrawati waves after attending the appointment of her successor Martowardojo... 
Indonesia's outgoing Finance Minister Sri Mulyani Indrawati waves to journalists after attending the appointment of her successor Agus Martowardojo at the presidential palace in Jakarta May 20, 2010. Indrawati, who moves to the World Bank next month, quit after a prolonged and bitter battle with old guard politicians from the Suharto-era Golkar Party, in particular Aburizal Bakrie, the party chief whose extensive business interests include coal miner Bumi Resaources. REUTERS/Enny Nuraheni (INDONESIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS) 
INDONESIA-PRESIDENT
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December 31, 2009 
Indonesian Muslim clerics pray beside the coffin of former Indonesian President Abdurrahman Wahid (also... 
JOMBANG, Indonesia 
Clerics pray beside coffin of former President Wahid during his funeral in Jombang 
Indonesian Muslim clerics pray beside the coffin of former Indonesian President Abdurrahman Wahid (also known as Gus Dur) during his funeral in Jombang, Indonesia's East province Java December 31, 2009. Wahid, a Muslim cleric who served as the country's fourth president after years in opposition to strongman President Suharto, died in hospital on Wednesday at the age of 69. REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas (INDONESIA - Tags: POLITICS OBITUARY RELIGION) 
INDONESIA-PRESIDENT
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December 31, 2009 
Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono (R) stands as the coffin of former Indonesian President... 
JOMBANG, Indonesia 
President Yudhoyono stands beside coffin of former President Wahid during funeral in Jombang 
Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono (R) stands as the coffin of former Indonesian President Abdurrahman Wahid (also known as Gus Dur) is carried past during the funeral in Jombang, Indonesia's East province Java December 31, 2009. Wahid, a Muslim cleric who served as the country's fourth president after years in opposition to strongman President Suharto, died in hospital on Wednesday at the age of 69. REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas (INDONESIA - Tags: POLITICS OBITUARY) 
INDONESIA-PRESIDENT
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December 31, 2009 
Sinta Nuriyah, wife of former Indonesian President Abdurrahman Wahid (also known as Gus Dur), sits in... 
JOMBANG, Indonesia 
Sinta Nuriyah, wife of ex President Wahid, sits in a wheelchair during her husband's funeral in Jombang... 
Sinta Nuriyah, wife of former Indonesian President Abdurrahman Wahid (also known as Gus Dur), sits in a wheelchair during her husband's funeral in Jombang, Indonesia's East province Java December 31, 2009. Wahid, a Muslim cleric who served as the country's fourth president after years in opposition to strongman President Suharto, died in hospital on Wednesday at the age of 69. REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas (INDONESIA - Tags: POLITICS OBITUARY IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
INDONESIA
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December 31, 2009 
A man kisses the tombstone of former Indonesian President Abdurrahman Wahid (also known as Gus Dur) after... 
JOMBANG, Indonesia 
A man kisses the tombstone of former Indonesian President Wahid after his funeral in Jombang 
A man kisses the tombstone of former Indonesian President Abdurrahman Wahid (also known as Gus Dur) after his funeral in Jombang, Indonesia's East province Java December 31, 2009. Wahid, a Muslim cleric who served as the country's fourth president after years in opposition to strongman President Suharto, died in hospital on Wednesday at the age of 69. REUTERS/Dwi Oblo (INDONESIA - Tags: OBITUARY POLITICS) 
INDONESIA-PRESIDENT
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December 31, 2009 
Sinta Nuriyah, wife of former Indonesian President Abdurrahman Wahid (also known as Gus Dur), sits in... 
JOMBANG, Indonesia 
Sinta Nuriyah, wife of ex President Wahid, sits in a wheelchair during her husband's funeral in Jombang... 
Sinta Nuriyah, wife of former Indonesian President Abdurrahman Wahid (also known as Gus Dur), sits in a wheelchair during her husband's funeral in Jombang, Indonesia's East province Java December 31, 2009. Wahid, a Muslim cleric who served as the country's fourth president after years in opposition to strongman President Suharto, died in hospital on Wednesday at the age of 69. REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas (INDONESIA - Tags: POLITICS OBITUARY) 
INDONESIA-PRESIDENT/
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December 31, 2009 
Sinta Nuriyah (C), wife of former Indonesian President Abdurrahman Wahid (also known as Gus Dur), mourns... 
JOMBANG, Indonesia 
Nuriyah, wife of ex-President Wahid, mourns during his husband's funeral in Jombang 
Sinta Nuriyah (C), wife of former Indonesian President Abdurrahman Wahid (also known as Gus Dur), mourns during her husband's funeral in Jombang, Indonesia's East province Java December 31, 2009. Wahid, a Muslim cleric who served as the country's fourth president after years in opposition to strongman President Suharto, died in hospital on Wednesday at the age of 69. REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas (INDONESIA - Tags: POLITICS OBITUARY) 
INDONESIA-PRESIDENT
RTR28G4M 
December 31, 2009 
Indonesian Muslim clerics prepare the body of former Indonesian President Abdurrahman Wahid (also known... 
JOMBANG, Indonesia 
Clerics prepare body of former President Wahid before his funeral in Jombang 
Indonesian Muslim clerics prepare the body of former Indonesian President Abdurrahman Wahid (also known as Gus Dur) before his funeral in Jombang, Indonesia's East province Java December 31, 2009. Wahid, a Muslim cleric who served as the country's fourth president after years in opposition to strongman President Suharto, died in hospital on Wednesday at the age of 69. REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas (INDONESIA - Tags: POLITICS OBITUARY) 
INDONESIA-PRESIDENT/
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December 31, 2009 
Zannuba Ariffah (C) also known as Yenny Wahid, daughter of former Indonesian President Abdurrahman Wahid,... 
JOMBANG, Indonesia 
Yenny Wahid, daughter of former Indonesian President Wahid, touches her father's coffin during his funeral... 
Zannuba Ariffah (C) also known as Yenny Wahid, daughter of former Indonesian President Abdurrahman Wahid, touches her father's coffin during his funeral in Jombang, Indonesia's East province Java December 31, 2009. Abdurrahman Wahid, usually known by nickname Gus Dur, was a Muslim cleric who served as the country's fourth president after years in opposition to strongman President Suharto. He died in hospital on Wednesday at the age of 69. REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas (INDONESIA - Tags: POLITICS OBITUARY) 
INDONESIA-PRESIDENT
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December 31, 2009 
Indonesian Islamic school students attend the funeral of former Indonesian President Abdurrahman Wahid... 
JOMBANG, Indonesia 
Indonesian Islamic school students attend the funeral of former Indonesian President Abdurrahman Wahid... 
Indonesian Islamic school students attend the funeral of former Indonesian President Abdurrahman Wahid (also known as Gus Dur) in Jombang, Indonesia's East province Java December 31, 2009. Wahid, a Muslim cleric who served as the country's fourth president after years in opposition to strongman President Suharto, died in hospital on Wednesday at the age of 69. REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas (INDONESIA - Tags: POLITICS OBITUARY RELIGION) 
INDONESIA-PRESIDENT
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December 31, 2009 
Indonesian soldiers carry the coffin of former Indonesian President Abdurrahman Wahid (also known as... 
JOMBANG, Indonesia 
Indonesian soldiers carry the coffin of former Indonesian President Wahid during his funeral in Jombang... 
Indonesian soldiers carry the coffin of former Indonesian President Abdurrahman Wahid (also known as Gus Dur) during his funeral in Jombang, Indonesia's East province Java December 31, 2009. Wahid, a Muslim cleric who served as the country's fourth president after years in opposition to strongman President Suharto, died in hospital on Wednesday at the age of 69. REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas (INDONESIA - Tags: POLITICS OBITUARY MILITARY) 
INDONESIA-PRESIDENT/
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December 31, 2009 
Indonesian soldiers carry the coffin of former Indonesian President Abdurrahman Wahid (also known as... 
JOMBANG, Indonesia 
Indonesian soldiers carry the coffin of former Indonesian President Wahid during his funeral in Jombang... 
Indonesian soldiers carry the coffin of former Indonesian President Abdurrahman Wahid (also known as Gus Dur) during his funeral in Jombang, Indonesia's East province Java December 31, 2009. Wahid, a Muslim cleric who served as the country's fourth president after years in opposition to strongman President Suharto, died in hospital on Wednesday at the age of 69. REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas (INDONESIA - Tags: OBITUARY POLITICS IMAGES OF THE DAY MILITARY) 
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