Indonesia government launches road safety campaign before Eid

The Indonesian government has launched a new campaign to make sure people get home safely for the Muslim holiday of Eid. More than 30 million Indonesians are travelling to spend time with their families, and for many, it is a dangerous journey.

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    The Indonesian government has launched a new campaign to make sure people get home safely for the Muslim holiday of Eid.

    More than 30 million Indonesians are travelling to spend time with their families, and for many, it is a dangerous journey.

    Al Jazeera's Step Vaessen reports from Jakarta.


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