Indonesia Cites Security Concerns in Restricting Foreigners In Indonesia, the government is limiting the movements of relief workers and journalists working in tsunami-ravaged Aceh province. Officials said security concerns forced the restrictions. Separatists in the Aceh region have been fighting for an independent state for decades. NPR's Adam Davidson reports.
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Indonesia Cites Security Concerns in Restricting Foreigners

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Indonesia Cites Security Concerns in Restricting Foreigners

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In Indonesia, the government is limiting the movements of relief workers and journalists working in tsunami-ravaged Aceh province. Officials said security concerns forced the restrictions. Separatists in the Aceh region have been fighting for an independent state for decades. NPR's Adam Davidson reports.