Families of Indonesians who died in October football tragedy feel the lives of their loved ones have been disrespected.
Jessica Washington is an Asia Correspondent based out of the Jakarta bureau. She has reported on the measles outbreak in Samoa, the bushfires in Austr... alia, the COVID-19 situation in Indonesia, as well as various natural disasters. She joined Al Jazeera in 2019. Follow her on Twitter @jeswashington
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