More than 200 refugees and asylum seekers from war-torn countries like Afghanistan, Somalia and South Sudan mill around daily outside an immigration detention centre in West Jakarta's Kalideres area.
While refugees elsewhere studiously avoid such detention centres, those here are fervently hoping to be allowed inside.
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