Indonesian soldiers stand guard on a street in Ambon, Maluku province Indonesia, Monday, Sept 12, 2011. Indonesia sent security forces to the eastern region after gangs of Muslims and Christians armed... more 
Indonesian soldiers stand guard on a street in Ambon, Maluku province Indonesia, Monday, Sept 12, 2011. Indonesia sent security forces to the eastern region after gangs of Muslims and Christians armed with rocks and machetes clashed in violence that left five people dead and more than 150 injured, officials said Monday. The violence broke out in the Maluku provincial capital of Ambon on Sunday after rumors spread that a Muslim motorcycle taxi driver who died in a traffic accident had been killed and tortured by Christians, said Capt. Marinus Djati, the Ambon traffic police chief. (AP Photo) less 
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Associated Press
Mon, Sep 12, 2011 8:41 AM EDT