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Indonesia fears death toll could reach 10000

Indonesia fears death toll could reach 10000

As police struggle to reach victims and locate missing

At least 17,000 people have been killed and more than half a million refugees displaced as violence rages across Indonesia’s east.

A woman carries her infant at a makeshift camp in Jakarta

The crisis has seen a major influx of refugees crossing into Australia on boats after a series of deadly off-shore incidents caused panic and chaos.

At least 2,250 people have been killed in the violence, which has spread from Jakarta and has killed three Indonesian security personnel, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

The number is expected to climb as bodies are recovered by police.

The Indonesian Interior Ministry has declared a state of emergency, which places a heavy security presence in major citie바카라s and sends police to schools and schools zones, as a “precautionary measure”.

Indonesia says the surge of asylum-seekers comes after the deaths of an Indonesia-born Australian in Papua New Guinea and a second Australian man, believed to be from Papua New Guinea, in Indonesia.

The government has been quick to point out that asylum-seekers fleeing the violence have been screened thoroughly before heading to Australia, but the numbers of dead is surprising.

“The majority of our nationals are safe and we don’t know how they died, so it is impossible for us to explain the deaths,” foreign minister Marty Natalegawa said at a press conference.

About 200 people have been killed by the militants as they set up a camp and raided homes on two islands in the Borneo archipelago, in one of the first incidents of violence.

‘A terrible tragedy’

A father who identified himself as the leader of the Indonesian religiousjarvees.com groups who organise aid from Indonesia and Malaysia and the Malacca group that trains thousands of Indonesians fighting with the IS, told reporters they were now on the front lines helping to bury the dead.

Indonesia believes Australia’s spy agency, the ASIO, has recruited the group – known as the “Jemaah Islamiyah – to carry out attacks for thejarvees.com purpose of inciting violence,” they claim.

On Friday, Prime Minister Tony Abbott told Parliament the tragedy was the worst since the 1990s Indonesian war of independence, when there were 300,000 dead.

But the Australian government says the numbers of fatalities are likely to rise.

“This is a terrible tragedy. It seems the Australian Government and Australian citizens are too frightened to give information to th