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Indonesian environmentalists blast govt for not being serious in tackling forest fires
JAKARTA (Sept 17) Indonesian environmental activists have criticised the government for its apparent lack of seriousness in tackling forest fires, resulting in the bad haze, and affecting public safet...
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Indonesian environmentalists blast gov't for not being serious in putting out fires
Indonesian environmental activists have criticised the government for its apparent lack of seriousness in tackling forest fires, resulting in the bad haze, and affecting public safety.
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Malaysia not transparent about its own forest fires, says Indonesian minister
JAKARTA: Haze that has been shrouding parts of Malaysia did not entirely originate from Indonesia, the archipelago’s Environmental Affairs and Forestry Minister Siti Nurbaya Bakar said on Wednesday ...
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Thousands pray for rain in Indonesia as forests go up in smoke
Thousands of Indonesians prayed for rain in haze-hit towns on the islands of Sumatra and Borneo on Wednesday, as forest fires raged at the height of the dry season, the state Antara news agency report...
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Indonesian police ban violent protests, separatism in Papua
Indonesian police have banned violent demonstrations and speeches promoting separatism in the easternmost region of Papua, which had been rocked by protests for two weeks, the state news agency Antara...
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Indonesia sends more police to Papua to curb civil unrest
Indonesia sent 200 more police officers to Papua today and reined in internet speeds to “prevent hoaxes from spreading” as civil unrest persisted in some parts of the country’s easternmost area,...
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Indonesian Supreme Court declares Jokowi among those liable for 2015 forest fires resulting in regional haze: Reports
JAKARTA: The Attorney-General of Indonesia on Monday (Jul 22) defended the government after the country's Supreme Court upheld a lower court ruling which blamed President Joko Widodo and his cabinet ...
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Komodo Island to be closed in 2020 for ecological rehabilitation
JAKARTA, Indonesia (ANN): The East Nusa Tenggara (NTT) Tourism Agency announced on Thursday that Komodo Island is to close by the beginning of 2020.
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Over 200 election staff in Indonesia reported dead due to fatigue
A total of 225 election staff were reported dead as of Thursday due to fatigue, as the vote- counting process continues for the 2019 Indonesian general election and is scheduled to end by May 22.
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Indonesia’s Aruna wins Alipay-NUS Enterprise Social Innovation Challenge
THE Alipay-NUS Enterprise Social Innovation Challenge (Challenge), jointly launched by Alipay, a payment and lifestyle platform, operated by Ant Financial Services Group (Ant Financial), and NUS Enter...
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In world's biggest one-day election, Indonesia votes for its president
Indonesians began voting in the world’s biggest single-day election on Wednesday as polling stations opened across the sprawling equatorial archipelago following a six-month campaign to choose a new...
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Deaf and mute Indonesian boy who aided Malaysians in Lombok quake hailed as a hero
JAKARTA, Indonesia (The Jakarta Post/Asia News Network): Global Peace Mission (GPM) Malaysia has said that it plans to name a disabled seven-year-old boy from Lombok Island, West Nusa Tenggara, a hero for helping foreign tourists evacuate from the area when an earthquake jolted the island recently.
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Jangan keliru dengan zealot, mereka bukan patriot
Antara tahun 66 hingga 70 masihi, tatkala Perang Yahudi–Rom 1, terdapat sekumpulan orang yang sangat fanatik dari kalangan pengikut Yahudi yang menebarkan ketakutan kepada masyarakat dengan cara mem...
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Lombok quake claims life of second Malaysian
The landslide triggered by an earthquake in Lombok, Indonesia has claimed the life of another Malaysian, identified as Lim Sai Wah.Indonesia's Antara news agency reported that rescuers found Lim’s b...
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Second M’sian killed in Lombok quake identified, to be flown back today
JAKARTA: The second Malaysian killed in the quake-triggered landslide in Lombok, Indonesia, yesterday, has been identified as Lim Sai Wah, also a woman.
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Second Malaysian killed in Lombok quake identified, to be flown back today
JAKARTA (March 18): The second Malaysian killed in the quake-triggered landslide in Lombok, Indonesia, yesterday, has been identified as Lim Sai Wah, also a woman.
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Second Malaysian killed in Lombok quake identified
JAKARTA: The second Malaysian killed in the quake-triggered landslide in Lombok, Indonesia, yesterday, has been identified as Lim Sai Wah, although her personal details had yet to be ascertained as of...
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Landslides at waterfall kill two in Indonesia's Lombok
JAKARTA (March 18): Dozens of tourists were evacuated on Sunday (March 17) from a waterfall site hit by landslides in the Indonesian holiday island of Lombok, where two people died, authorities said.
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Second Malaysian killed in Lombok quake identified, bodies to be flown back today
JAKARTA, March 18 ― The second Malaysian killed in the quake-triggered landslide in Lombok, Indonesia, yesterday, has been identified as Lim Sai Wah, also a woman.
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Second Malaysian reported killed in Lombok quake
JAKARTA: A second Malaysian is reported to have been killed in the quake-triggered landslide in Lombok, Indonesia, which claimed the life of a Malaysian journalist.
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Second Malaysian reported killed in Lombok quake
JAKARTA, March 18 ― A second Malaysian is reported to have been killed in the quake-triggered landslide in Lombok, Indonesia, which claimed the life of a Malaysian journalist.
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Second Malaysian reported killed in Lombok quake
JAKARTA (Bernama): A second Malaysian is said to have died in a landslide triggered by an earthquake in Lombok, Indonesia, which has already claimed the life of a Malaysian journalist.
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Second Malaysian reported killed in Lombok quake
JAKARTA: A second Malaysian is reported to have been killed in the quake-triggered landslide in Lombok, Indonesia, which claimed the life of a Malaysian journalist.
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Forest fires in Riau worsening current hot weather condition
JAKARTA (Feb 28): The forest fires in the Riau province of Sumatra reported to have started since January have resulted in the haze thus worsening the current hot weather condition.
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