Indonesia compensates the victims of terrorist bomb attacks
Officials in Jakarta, Indonesia made the announcement that the Muslim-majority government will give compensation to more than 400 victims of terrorist bomb attacks committed across the country over the past two decades, reports International Christian Concern. Most of the victims were Christians.
Hasto Suroyo, chairman of the Witness and Victims Protection Agency, said each family of those killed in bombings this year will receive $17,857, while those seriously injured will get $15,000. Victims who suffered moderate wounds will receive $8,214 and those who suffered minor wounds will get $5,357.
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