FourFour Two: Indonesia has become more dangerous
FourFour two: Indonesia is becoming more dangerous for people with a history of mental health problems.
The latest data from the Department of Health (DOH) reveals that nearly 1,000 people died of malaria in 2016, which was down from the previous year’s total of nearly 1.2 million deaths.
This means that nearly 7,000 more people are living in Indonesia than in 2016.
The figures also reveal that people with mental health issues are becoming more and more vulnerable to being attacked and even killed in Indonesia.
A survey published by the Department found that in Jakarta, there were a total of 1,547 people with suspected mental health conditions who were murdered in 2016 alone.
According to the survey, people with schizophrenia are most likely to be murdered, followed by people with bipolar disorder, bipolar disorder with psychotic features, or borderline personality disorder.
According a spokesperson for the Department, the majority of those killed are from the north, south, east and west of the country.
The spokesperson added that there are no reliable statistics on the number of people killed by other forms of violence, but the Department is aware of the rising number of murders and violence.
The murder rate in Indonesia has also increased in the past few years, with a spike in the years 2000-2011.
The spike in violence began in 2006, when President Joko Widodo signed a law to strengthen the nation’s mental health system.
Since then, there has been a significant rise in attacks on the mental health community, especially on those from the south-east, which is the region most prone to mental illness.
The rise in murders of people with psychotic or borderline personalities was reported by local journalists, as well as the police, and in the last few years there have been several reports of murders involving people with psychosis, bipolar, and borderline personality disorders.
It is a trend that has been witnessed throughout the world.
In March 2018, a group of journalists in India reported that a young man named Nandini, who was in a stable condition, was attacked on the outskirts of the city of Kolkata.
The man was stabbed and the attack left him with several cuts on his head and body.
According the police report, Nandinis mother had been visiting him, and Nandin’s mother had called her husband to get the boy out of the house.
The father called police, who arrived at the scene, and asked them to check out Nandino’s body.
They found Nandinais body on the ground, with several stab wounds.
The police arrested Nandani’s mother for her involvement in the murder.
According his mother, Nandi was schizophrenic.
He had been hospitalized for a number of months.
His father had accused her of killing him and his mother had not been told that her son had been shot, and the two women had been drinking together.
The three women were charged with murder and conspiracy.
In 2016, a 23-year-old woman named Rana, from the northeast of the Indonesian province of Aceh, was killed in her apartment by her boyfriend.
Rana was schizophrenically and had been taking medication for psychosis, according to her family.
She was shot by her mother, who had allegedly been in the middle of a fight.
She told the police that her daughter had been threatened and stabbed in the neck by her friend.
The suspect was arrested and charged with attempted murder and assault with a deadly weapon.
The death of Rana is a grim reminder of the devastating effects of mental illness in Indonesia, and how dangerous it can be to have a history.
The Philippines Travel Advisory article Four Four Two: The Philippines has become less safe for people who have a mental health history.
In 2017, the Philippine government reported that nearly 8,700 people were killed in the country, with another 1,500 people in need of medical care.
In the first three months of 2018, the Philippines had recorded 4,073 deaths, a rise of nearly 5,000 from the same period in 2017.
There have been many cases of people being shot to death in public, including at least six deaths at a music festival.
It was also reported that the death toll in 2016 was 1,717.
The increase in deaths in the Philippines is partly due to a dramatic increase in cases of tuberculosis and other infections.
The new administration has announced plans to increase the number and intensity of the police response to the outbreak.
The Philippine government has also implemented a series of anti-drug measures, including the establishment of a new drug enforcement unit and an additional 3,000 police officers to tackle the drug trade.
The Duterte administration has also taken measures to combat violence against the LGBT community, and to protect the rights of the disabled and other vulnerable groups.
In September 2018, President Duterte issued an executive order to implement the Presidential Action Plan for Mental Health and the Development of Health Care for the Homeless.
The executive order requires all state-owned and private health care providers to adopt and implement policies to ensure that people experiencing