25 September 2019
Indonesian student's protests have entered their third day as they continue to oppose proposed reforms to the criminal code that would ban extramarital sex and penalise insulting the president.
Witnesses reported that the police fired tear gas and water cannons to break up rallies in Jakarta and other cities.
Reuters notes that over 300 people have been injured in these protests and that at least 200 high-school students have been arrested for not possessing a permit to protest.
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