Slums on the edge of Jakarta's biggest dam.
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Slum dwellers living by Jakarta's biggest dam are told to leave

This year, flooding has killed 20 people in Indonesia's capital Jakarta.

The Indonesian government says restoring the city's dams is now a priority.

But the refurbishment will force thousands of Jakarta's poorest residents to leave the slums which surround the biggest dam.

Stephani Widorini reports.

Produced by BBC Indonesia's Andreas Nugroho

  • 09 Sep 2013
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