Villagers say their homes were damaged during the construction of Indonesia's high-speed rail


Cracking walls and subsiding floors - residents of Tipar Silih Asih village in Padalarang, Indonesia, say their homes are still experiencing damages that occurred during the construction of a tunnel for Indonesia’s new high-speed railway near their village. Till today, they claim that Kereta Cepat Indonesia China (KCIC), the consortium managing the project, has not properly compensated them for these damages.