Indonesian women killed in Hong Kong are forgotten at home

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JAKARTA, Indonesia (AP) — The Hong Kong trial of a British stock trader who murdered two Indonesian women and horrifically tortured one of them, recording the three-day ordeal on his phone, has barely registered in the victims’ home country, let alone elicited shock or sympathy. Poor and vulnerable, nobodies in a sophisticated and clinical metropolis […]
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