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Mount Slamet spews lava and gas during its eruption as seen from Pandansari village in Brebes, Central Java, Indonesia, Thursday, Sept. 18, 2014.

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Mount Slamet spews lava and gas during its eruption as seen from Pandansari village in Brebes, Central Java, Indonesia

A long exposure photo shows smoke rising as lava flows from the crater of Mount Slamet volcano before dawn, as seen from Brebes town in Indonesia's Central Java province on September 12, 2014. Indonesian authorities have put the Mount Slamet volcano on the second-highest alert level after it erupted 38 times on September 11, spewing lava some 1500 metres (5,000 feet) into the air. Authorities warned residents to remain outside a four-kilometre radius of the volcano.

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Smoke rises as lava flows from the crater of Mount Slamet volcano, as seen before dawn from Brebes town in Indonesia‘s Central Java province on Friday

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

An Indonesian worker removes Mount Kelud volcanic ash from a statue at Sewu temple in Klaten, Central Java, Indonesia, 18 February 2014. Mount Kelud in East Java province erupted late 13 February, killing four people and spewing ash and rock that covered much of the island. More than 56,000 people were displaced.

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An Indonesian worker removes Mount Kelud volcanic ash from a statue at Sewu temple in Klaten, Central Java, Indonesia. Mount Kelud in East Java province erupted late 13 February, killing four people and spewing ash and rock that covered much of the island. More than 56,000 people were displaced.

A street monkey performs on a sidewalk in Solo, Central Java, Indonesia on Monday. Jakarta Governor Joko Widodo is continued with the plan to stop masked monkey performances, locally known as 'topeng monyet', by year 2014 to improve public order and preventing illness carried by monkeys. The city's administration planned to buy the monkeys used in street performances and keeping them in a zoo.

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A street monkey performs on a pavement in Solo, Central Java, Indonesia, on Monday. The governor of the capital Jakarta, Joko Widodo, has introduced a plan to stop masked monkey performances, locally known as topeng monyet, by next year in order to improve public order and prevent the spread of diseases carried by the animals. The city’s administration intends to buy the monkeys and put them in a zoo.

Worker tightens a rope to raise a four-metre-high statue of horses at a new housing complex in Bogor...A worker tightens a rope to raise a four-metre-high statue of horses at a new housing complex at Parung village in Bogor, Indonesia's West Java province September 19, 2013. REUTERS/Beawiharta

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A worker tightens a rope to raise a four-metre-high statue of horses at a new housing complex at Parung village in Bogor, in Indonesia‘s West Java province.

 

an Indonesian man with his son pray after offering flowers on the dried volcanic mud for family members who died during a volcano eruption in Sidoarjo in eastern Java island, as Indonesians mark Eid al-Fitr with pilgrimages to cemeteries to remember their dead

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 A worker selects the finest tobacco leaves at Rizona Baru cigar factory on July 12, 2013 in Temanggung, central Java,  Indonesia. Rizona Baru cigar factory was builth on 1910 by Oo Tjong Han a chinese immigrant who live in Temanggung. Everyday the factory could produce 3000 cigars which are manually crafted by the skilled hands of the workers, who are mostly women.

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A worker selects the finest tobacco leaves at the Rizona Baru cigar factory on Friday in Temanggung, Central Java, Indonesia. The factory, which was built in 1910 by a Chinese immigrant Oo Tjong Han, produces 3,000 cigars a month, handmade by the mostly women employees.

A worker makes chair frames to be woven with rattan at a workshop manufacturing furniture in Trangsan village on May 15, 2013 near Sukoharjo, Central Java, Indonesia. Indonesia's Deputy Industry Minister has been looking at ways to boost the rattan trade in Indonesia. The government put a stop to raw rattan exports in 2012 in an attempt to increase the sales of rattan products. Reports suggest this has been a marked success with total exports of rattan products up USD $57.78 in 2012 compared to 2011.

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A worker makes chair frames to be woven with rattan at a workshop manufacturing furniture in Trangsan village near Sukoharjo, Central Java province, Indonesia. Indonesia’s deputy industry minister has been looking at ways to boost the rattan trade in the country. The government put a stop to raw rattan exports in 2012 in an attempt to increase sales of rattan products, which rose in 2012.