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Thousands of Acehnese have gathered on the anniversary of peace with Indonesia, urging the government not to water down the pact.
Indonesia's military has pulled the last of its troop reinforcements from Aceh province, fulfilling one of the major conditions of a landmark peace agreement with separatists.
Separatists in Indonesia's Aceh province have begun handing over their guns under a pact designed to end almost three decades of war.
Former rebels in Indonesia's Aceh province start handing in guns to foreign monitors on Thursday, launching one of the most important elements of a peace deal that ended 30 years of civil war.
Hundreds of guerrilla prisoners from Indonesia's Aceh province have been freed after a general amnesty, officials say. 
Indonesian rebels and government troops in Aceh have met for the first time since their 15 August peace deal, as 1300 Indonesian soldiers withdrew from the province.
Indonesia and rebels from Aceh have signed a truce aimed at ending one of Asia's longest-running conflicts, which has cost more than 12,000 lives in nearly three decades of fighting.
Indonesian ministers and other officials have headed for Finland to sign an agreement to end decades of separatist fighting in Aceh p
The Indonesian parliament has for the first time given its support to the Aceh peace deal.
Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono has ordered the armed forces to halt offensives against separatist rebels in Aceh province to honour a new peace deal.
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