Indonesia police tackles black market alcohol after many deaths

Indonesia tackles black market alcohol after many deaths

According to police, deaths from drinking toxic bootleg alcohol in Indonesia have exceeded 100 this month. 
Indonesia police are taking aim at the illegal alcohol trade, after more than a hundred people died in one week from drinking bootleg liquor.

High taxes and restrictions on alcohol in Muslim-majority Indonesia has created a black market among the poor which is now backfiring.
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