New Indonesia breastfeeding law stokes controversy

In Indonesia a new law has been passed that stipulates all babies should be exclusively breastfed for the first six months of life. From early next year, anyone who stands in the way of this will be fined up to 100m rupiah (£7,000; $11,000) and sentenced to up to a year in prison. Malnutrition has been the cause of death of millions of young Indonesian children. The new law is a well-intentioned attempt to address the crisis.

2 November 2010 Last updated at 06:34 GMT, by Karishma Vaswani BBC News, Jakarta

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