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Indonesian commercial female sex workers cover their face sit lined up behind the glass inside a brothel as the activity still runs after being closed by Surabaya's new Mayor at 'Dolly' red-light district on Friday in Surabaya, Indonesia

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Business as usual for commercial female sex workers, who cover their faces while sitting behind a glass screen inside a brothel in the ‘Dolly’ red-light district in Surabaya, Indonesia, despite being closed by Surabaya’s new Mayor on Friday

Indonesian children play in the rain during a heavy downpour in Jakarta, Indonesia

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Indonesian children play in the rain during a heavy downpour in Jakarta, Indonesia

Increasing number of telecommunication users requires improvement of infrastructure...epaselect epa04227454 Workers climb to install a 60-meters telecommunication tower in Banda Aceh, Indonesia, 27 May 2014. The increasing number of users of mobile devices in Indonesia requires the telecommunications service providers to improve their infrastructure such as the additional installation of cell towers in densely populated areas. Indonesia is one of the largest mobile phone users in Asia.  EPA/HOTLI SIMANJUNTAK

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Workers install a 60-metre telecoms tower in Banda Aceh, Indonesia. The increasing number of users of mobile devices in Indonesia requires telecoms service providers to improve their infrastructure with the additional installation of cell towers in densely populated areas. Read more

Fishing Season Begins For Indonesia's Traditional Whale Hunters

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Children play at Lamalera, East Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia. The locals use ancient hunting methods to catch whales for reasons of subsistence, and they celebrate the start of the whaling season, which runs from May to October, with a mass and festivities.

Balinese Hindus celebrate Galungan Day...GIANYAR, BALI, INDONESIA - MAY 21:  A Balinese Hindus man pours holy water for belivers during they celebrate Galungan Day at a temple on May 21, 2014 in Gianyar, Bali, Indonesia. Galungan is an important feast for Balinese Hindus which is held every 210 days according to the Balinese calendar, to honor the creator of the universe and the spirits of the honored ancestors. The festival symbolize the victory of "dharma", or truth, above "adharma", or evil.  (Photo by Agung Parameswara/Getty Images)

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A Balinese Hindu man pours holy water during Galungan Day celebrations at a temple in Gianyar, Bali, Indonesia. Galungan is an important feast for Balinese Hindus and is held every 210 days according to the Balinese calendar to honour the creator of the universe and the spirits of the ancestors. The festival symbolises the victory of truth over evil Read more

Prabowo Subianto, Hatta Rajasa...Indonesian presidential candidates

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Indonesian presidential candidate Prabowo Subianto, right, and his running mate Hatta Rajasa greet supporters after registering their candidacy at the General Election Commission’s office in Jakarta, Indonesia, on Tuesday

Traditional Phinisi Schooner Builders In Bulukumba

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A Buginese man installs a wooden block in the hull of a phinisi, a traditional wooden two-masted sailing ship at Tanjung Bira Beach, in Bulukumba, South Sulawesi, Indonesia, on Friday

Indonesians Protest For Higher Wages On May Day 2014...JAKARTA, INDONESIA - MAY 1:  Indonesian labour activists representing underpaid and downtrodden workers perform during a Labour Day protest on May 1, 2014 in Jakarta, Indonesia.  Protesters across Indonesia have organised rallies to demand higher wages, as Indonesia recognises its first national labour day holiday. (Photo by Ed Wray/Getty Images)

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Indonesian labour activists perform during a Labour day protest in Jakarta, Indonesia, one of several rallies taking place across the country to demand higher wages Read more

A wok vendor waits for customers at his stall in Bogor, West Java, Indonesia

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A wok vendor waits for customers at his stall in Bogor, West Java, Indonesia

Indonesian Baduy tribe women wait for their turn to cast their ballots during the parliamentary elections at a polling station in Kanekes village, Lebak, Banten province, Indonesia, 09 April 2014. Polls opened on 09 April in Indonesia's parliamentary elections amid expectations of an opposition victory. Twelve national political parties and three local parties in Aceh province are contesting the elections, the fourth since Indonesia embraced democracy following the fall of dictator Suharto in 1998.

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Indonesian Baduy tribe women wait for their turn to cast their ballots during the parliamentary elections at a polling station in Kanekes village, Lebak, Banten province. Polls opened on Wednesday amid expectations of an opposition victory.