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Wedding vows a blessing for clean-up of filthy Indonesian river
by Reporting by Heru Asprihanto and Angie Teo; Writing by Ed Davies
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30 December 2016
On 30 December 2016 Reuters reported:
Only a year ago, a stretch of the Ciliwung river in Indonesia's capital was foul-smelling and clogged by a thick layer of floating plastic and other trash. Now, after a clean-up involving hundreds of volunteers, the river hosted a wedding ceremony for a young couple who grew up on its banks in a bid to inspire others to help preserve Indonesia's fragile environment.
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