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Public whipping carried out in Indonesia for breaking Islamic law

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Aceh, Dec 7 (EFE / EPA) .- Authorities in Banda Aceh Monday punished several people with a wooden stick for allegedly having consumed alcohol or having had sexual relations outside of marriage.This form of justice is permitted by the Sharia law, which also criminalizes sodomy, gay and lesbian sex, as well as crimes such as murder and rape. (Camera: HOTLI SIMANJUNTAK)SHOT LIST: THE PUBLIC WHIPPING OF PERSONS ACCUSED OF VARIOUS CRIMES IN BANDA ACEH, INDONESIA.

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