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Indonesia is planning to move its capital city

The low-lying capital is also prone to flooding and is sinking at an alarming rate. Image: REUTERS/Darren Whiteside

Agustinus Beo Da Costa

Writer, Reuters

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Indonesian President Joko Widodo and first lady Iriana Joko Widodo show their ink-stained fingers after casting their ballots during elections in Jakarta, Indonesia April 17, 2019. Image: REUTERS/Edgar Su

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