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How Indonesia's new capital in East Kalimantan looks like today | Video

Environmentalists are concerned the move of Indonesia's capital from Jakarta to East Kalimantan will destroy forests and affect communities in the area. The area is resource rich with coal mines and palm oil plantations. CNA's Kiki Siregar finds out more from officials and activists there.

How Indonesia's new capital in East Kalimantan looks like today | Video

24 Sep 2019 07:44pm
Environmentalists are concerned the move of Indonesia's capital from Jakarta to East Kalimantan will destroy forests and affect communities in the area. The area is resource rich with coal mines and palm oil plantations. CNA's Kiki Siregar finds out more from officials and activists there.

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