Jakarta is often beset with flooding, but heavy rains and commercial developments made the past week's flooding especially widespread, and also especially egalitarian -- inundating the homes of both the poor and the wealthy.
Correspondent Rebecca Henschke reports from West Java, Indonesia on violence against followers of a small Islamic sect known as Ahmadiya: the sect doesn't recognize Muhammad as the final prophet of Islam
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