Indonesia protest: Calls for investigation into police violence

They say they were restrained, doing only what they had to, but Amnesty International says they 'treated everyone violently'.

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    Indonesia's disputed election is now in the hands of the country's top court, following a challenge by the defeated candidate on Saturday.

    At least seven people have been killed in clashes between opposition protesters and police since Tuesday.

    And there are now calls for a formal investigation into how police handled the situation.

    Al Jazeera's Andrew Thomas reports from Jakarta.


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