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Indonesia rules out apology to victims at state-endorsed talks on 1965 massacres
Jakarta: Indonesia’s chief security minister said the country must make peace with its past but ruled out a government apology to the victims of the 1965 anti-communist purge at the first ever state-sanctioned discussions on the mass killings.
Luhut Panjaitan – one of President Joko Widodo’s most trusted ministers – said the two-day symposium reflected the government’s intention to resolve past…
Source: Indonesia rules out apology to victims at state-endorsed talks on 1965 massacres