Rehearsal of Bandung Historical Walk

An Indonesian man looks at his mobile phone while sitting in between banners of former Indonesian president Sukarno, left, and former South African president Nelson Mandela, with respective quotes by the leaders that read "the birth of a new Asia Africa" and "nothing is impossible", in Bandung on April 23, 2015. (AFP Photo/Bay Ismoyo)

By : Agence France-Presse | on 2:56 PM April 23, 2015
Category : Eyewitness, Multimedia, Photos

Indonesian anti-terror personnel hold formation during a drill in Bandung on western Java island on April 23, 2015, ahead of a planned walk by participating heads of states scheduled for April 24 for the 60th Asian-African Conference. Asian and African leaders have gathered in Indonesia this week to mark 60 years since a landmark conference that helped forge a common identity among emerging states, but analysts say big-power rivalries will overshadow proclamations of solidarity. (AFP Photo/Bay Ismoyo) Indonesian anti-terror personnel hold formation during a drill in Bandung on western Java island on April 23, 2015, ahead of a planned walk by participating heads of states scheduled for April 24 for the 60th Asian-African Conference. Asian and African leaders have gathered in Indonesia this week to mark 60 years since a landmark conference that helped forge a common identity among emerging states, but analysts say big-power rivalries will overshadow proclamations of solidarity. (AFP Photo/Bay Ismoyo)

Indonesian anti-terror personnel hold formation during a drill in Bandung on western Java island on April 23, 2015, ahead of a planned walk by participating heads of states scheduled for April 24 for the 60th Asian-African Conference. Asian and African leaders have gathered in Indonesia this week to mark 60 years since a landmark conference that helped forge a common identity among emerging states, but analysts say big-power rivalries will overshadow proclamations of solidarity. (AFP Photo/Bay Ismoyo) Indonesian anti-terror personnel hold formation during a drill in Bandung on western Java island on April 23, 2015, ahead of a planned walk by participating heads of states scheduled for April 24 for the 60th Asian-African Conference. Asian and African leaders have gathered in Indonesia this week to mark 60 years since a landmark conference that helped forge a common identity among emerging states, but analysts say big-power rivalries will overshadow proclamations of solidarity. (AFP Photo/Bay Ismoyo)

Indonesian anti-terror personnel hold formation during a drill in Bandung on western Java island on April 23, 2015, ahead of a planned walk by participating heads of states scheduled for April 24 for the 60th Asian-African Conference. Asian and African leaders have gathered in Indonesia this week to mark 60 years since a landmark conference that helped forge a common identity among emerging states, but analysts say big-power rivalries will overshadow proclamations of solidarity. (AFP Photo/Bay Ismoyo) Indonesian anti-terror personnel hold formation during a drill in Bandung on western Java island on April 23, 2015, ahead of a planned walk by participating heads of states scheduled for April 24 for the 60th Asian-African Conference. Asian and African leaders have gathered in Indonesia this week to mark 60 years since a landmark conference that helped forge a common identity among emerging states, but analysts say big-power rivalries will overshadow proclamations of solidarity. (AFP Photo/Bay Ismoyo)

Indonesian anti-terror personnel hold formation during a drill in Bandung on western Java island on April 23, 2015, ahead of a planned walk by participating heads of states scheduled for April 24 for the 60th Asian-African Conference. Asian and African leaders have gathered in Indonesia this week to mark 60 years since a landmark conference that helped forge a common identity among emerging states, but analysts say big-power rivalries will overshadow proclamations of solidarity. (AFP Photo/Bay Ismoyo) Indonesian anti-terror personnel hold formation during a drill in Bandung on western Java island on April 23, 2015, ahead of a planned walk by participating heads of states scheduled for April 24 for the 60th Asian-African Conference. Asian and African leaders have gathered in Indonesia this week to mark 60 years since a landmark conference that helped forge a common identity among emerging states, but analysts say big-power rivalries will overshadow proclamations of solidarity. (AFP Photo/Bay Ismoyo)

An Indonesian security forces member is seen on an armored personnel carrier during a drill in Bandung on western Java island on April 23, 2015, ahead of a planned walk by participating heads of states scheduled for April 24 for the 60th Asian-African Conference. Asian and African leaders have gathered in Indonesia this week to mark 60 years since a landmark conference that helped forge a common identity among emerging states, but analysts say big-power rivalries will overshadow proclamations of solidarity. (AFP Photo/Bay Ismoyo) An Indonesian security forces member is seen on an armored personnel carrier during a drill in Bandung on western Java island on April 23, 2015, ahead of a planned walk by participating heads of states scheduled for April 24 for the 60th Asian-African Conference. Asian and African leaders have gathered in Indonesia this week to mark 60 years since a landmark conference that helped forge a common identity among emerging states, but analysts say big-power rivalries will overshadow proclamations of solidarity. (AFP Photo/Bay Ismoyo)

An Indonesian man looks at his mobile phone while sitting in between banners of former Indonesian president Soekarno (L) and former South African president Nelson Mandela (R), with respective quotes by the leaders that read "the birth of a new Asia Africa" and "nothing is impossible", in Bandung on western Java island on April 23, 2015, ahead of a planned walk by participating heads of states scheduled for April 24 for the 60th Asian-African Conference.  (AFP Photo/Bay Ismoyo) An Indonesian man looks at his mobile phone while sitting in between banners of former Indonesian president Soekarno (L) and former South African president Nelson Mandela (R), with respective quotes by the leaders that read "the birth of a new Asia Africa" and "nothing is impossible", in Bandung on western Java island on April 23, 2015, ahead of a planned walk by participating heads of states scheduled for April 24 for the 60th Asian-African Conference. (AFP Photo/Bay Ismoyo)

Mayor of Bandung city Ridwan Kamil (R) rides his bicycle in Bandung on western Java island on April 23, 2015, as he inspects preparations for a planned walk by participating heads of states scheduled for April 24 for the 60th Asian-African Conference.  (AFP Photo/Bay Ismoyo) Mayor of Bandung city Ridwan Kamil (R) rides his bicycle in Bandung on western Java island on April 23, 2015, as he inspects preparations for a planned walk by participating heads of states scheduled for April 24 for the 60th Asian-African Conference. (AFP Photo/Bay Ismoyo)

Indonesian troops bearing flags of participating Asian and African nations march past Gedung Merdeka (Freedom Building) in Bandung on western Java island on April 23, 2015, during a rehearsal ahead of a planned walk by participating heads of states scheduled for April 24 for the 60th Asian-African Conference. (AFP Photo/Bay Ismoyo) Indonesian troops bearing flags of participating Asian and African nations march past Gedung Merdeka (Freedom Building) in Bandung on western Java island on April 23, 2015, during a rehearsal ahead of a planned walk by participating heads of states scheduled for April 24 for the 60th Asian-African Conference. (AFP Photo/Bay Ismoyo)

 Indonesian troops bearing flags of participating Asian and African nations march past Gedung Merdeka (Freedom Building) in Bandung on western Java island on April 23, 2015, during a rehearsal ahead of a planned walk by participating heads of states scheduled for April 24 for the 60th Asian-African Conference. (AFP Photo/Bay Ismoyo) Indonesian troops bearing flags of participating Asian and African nations march past Gedung Merdeka (Freedom Building) in Bandung on western Java island on April 23, 2015, during a rehearsal ahead of a planned walk by participating heads of states scheduled for April 24 for the 60th Asian-African Conference. (AFP Photo/Bay Ismoyo)


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