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January 13, 2000
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FIRST MISSIONARY KILLED IN 2000

JAKARTA, JAN 12 (ZENIT-FIDES).- Br. Yosef Jami, 29, a seminarian and theology student of the Society of the Divine Word was the first missionary killed in the year 2000. On the afternoon of January 1, while walking on the beach in Ende, Indonesia, he was attacked and beaten to death by an unknown group. His body was found at dawn on January 2 and taken immediately to the Ende Hospital, where doctors certified his death. The seminarian's funeral and burial took place on January 4. Jami began his year of pastoral integration in June, 1999, working in the St. Paul Biblical Center of Ende. ZE00011209
          

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