Two more churches in Indonesia's West Java province have been forcibly closed amid opposition and disputes over paperwork.
A large tent used for services by St Johannes Baptista Church in Bogor was sealed off by the authorities on 7 August. The congregation has been using the tent since 2006 as a temporary measure while the church awaits a permit for a proper building, which it applied for in 2000.
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Posted August 19, 2012 at 1:00 pm
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