Indonesians react to proposed capital city move to Borneo | AFP

Villagers living in the remote area in East Kalimantan province in Indonesia react to the proposed move of the nation’s new capital to their area. President Joko Widodo announced last month that the country’s political heart would be moved nearly 2,000 kilometres (1,200 miles) east to a yet-to-be-built model city in Borneo as a way of easing pressure on densely populated Java.

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Violent election clashes continue in Indonesian capital

Indonesia’s capital Jakarta erupted in violence on Wednesday as police in riot gear fired water cannons and tear gas at protestors opposed to President Joko Widodo’s re-election, with parts of the sprawling city littered with debris and burned cars. The city’s governor Anies Baswedan was quoted by local media as saying six people had been killed with more than 200 injured. IMAGES