Negotiators for the Indonesian government and the Free Aceh separatist movement are in Finland for peace talks aimed at ending three decades of rebellion in tsunami-wracked Aceh province.
The six days of talks are set to start Tuesday, as the sides discuss a political arrangement for governing the oil-rich region. Two previous rounds of talks this year brought the two sides closer, but they are still struggling for a compromise between the government's offer of "special autonomy" and the rebels' demand for full independence.
The rebels declared a unilateral truce in December after a massive tsunami ravaged the region. But the Indonesian army has admitted to killing some 200 rebels or more since then.