The Mentally Ill in Indonesia Are Often Put in Chains and Locked Up - SPIEGEL ONLINE
Not far from the glistening beaches of Bali, mentally ill people are kept in chains or locked up in small shacks. Locals simply don't know what else to do with them. But psychiatrist Luh Ketut Suryani has made it her job to set them free.
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The Mentally Ill in Indonesia Are Often Put in Chains and Locked Up
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