Five killed in upsurge of violence in Aceh


BANDA ACEH: Five civilians have been killed in Indonesia's rebellious Aceh province, police and the military said yesterday. 

The latest killings brought the death toll during an upsurge of violence over the past two weeks to 40, further straining a four-month old ceasefire agreement between the government and separatist rebels. 

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