Aubrey Belford


Aubrey Belford is a journalist who covered Southeast Asia for nine years, most of it from Jakarta. He is currently based in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
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Members of Islamic Defenders Front (PFI) shout slogan during a rally to an anti-communism campaign in Jakarta, Indonesia, on June 03, 2016. On May, Indonesia goverment held a historic symposium on the 1965 mass killings that was seen as the first step into some form of reconciliation between the government and the 500 thousand to 1 million victims of an anti-communist purge and their families. This sparked an anti-communist panic in Indonesia, stirred up largely by military officials and extremist groups.  (Photo by Agoes Rudianto/NurPhoto via Getty Images)
Members of Islamic Defenders Front (PFI) shout slogan during a rally to an anti-communism campaign in Jakarta, Indonesia, on June 03, 2016. On May, Indonesia goverment held a historic symposium on the 1965 mass killings that was seen as the first step into some form of reconciliation between the government and the 500 thousand to 1 million victims of an anti-communist purge and their families. This sparked an anti-communist panic in Indonesia, stirred up largely by military officials and extremist groups. (Photo by Agoes Rudianto/NurPhoto via Getty Images)
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