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Indonesia had reportedly asked Facebook to remove more than 61000 WhatsApp accounts, about a week prior to the Jakarta riots in May 2019.
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Indonesia plans to tighten vetting of senior public servants amid fears that hardline Islamist ideology has permeated high levels of government, according to documents reviewed by Reuters and a senior...
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IN the first half of this year, four Asian giants went to the polls.
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JAKARTA, May 31 — Ratings agency S&P lifted Indonesia’s credit rating today, citing strong prospects for Southeast Asia’s biggest economy after the re-election of president Joko Widodo.
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Indonesian authorities believe different groups coordinated plans to exploit political rallies last week to cause chaos, which included a bid to create “martyrs” by shooting protesters, President ...
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Indonesian police have arrested six people suspected of plotting to assassinate four state officials during a wave of civil unrest in Jakarta last week, a police spokesman said yesterday.
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NIGHTFALL in Jakarta is much earlier than in Kuala Lumpur.
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Indonesian police arrested a man on Friday accused of creating an anti-Chinese disinformation campaign to incite racial hatred, amid a proliferation of rumours alleging Chinese involvement in post-ele...
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No Malaysians were involved in the post-election riots in Jakarta, Foreign Minister Saifuddin Abdullah said.
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The 2019 Indonesian General Election which has so far been marred with challenges and tragedies, is yet to be concluded.
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Calm returned to the streets of the Indonesian capital on Thursday after a second night of clashes between security forces and protesters angry about the outcome of last month’s election, which hand...
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The Indonesian government has restricted social media access following deadly riots after the results of the nation’s presidential election.
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Indonesian police fired water cannon and rubber bullets at protesters trying to breach barbed wire barricades on Wednesday as demonstrations over the outcome of the presidential election hit the capit...
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Indonesian police fired water cannon and rubber bullets at protesters setting fires and trying to breach barbed wire barricades on Wednesday as demonstrations over the outcome of the presidential elec...
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Prabowo Subianto, who lost in Indonesia’s 2019 presidential election, called on his supporters not to be involved in riots while holding protest rallies against the outcome of the election.
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PETALING JAYA: With Indonesia bracing for more violence following deadly riots by protestors opposing President Joko Widodo’s re-election, Malaysians have been advised to avoid places where such mass gatherings are likely to be held.
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PETALING JAYA: Malaysians in Jakarta have been advised to avoid locations where deadly mass gatherings are taking place in the Indonesian capital, says the Malaysian embassy in Indonesia.
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Six people have died and 200 have been injured in civil unrest in the Indonesian capital, its governor Anies Baswedan, said on Wednesday.
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KUALA LUMPUR: Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad has congratulated President Joko Widodo on his re-election for the 2019-2024 term by winning the Indonesian presidential elections (Pilpres).
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KUALA LUMPUR: Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad has congratulated Indonesian President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) on his re-election for the 2019-2024 term by winning the 2019 Indonesian Presidential E...
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KUALA LUMPUR, May 21 — Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad has congratulated President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) on his re-election for the 2019-2024 term by winning the 2019 Indonesian Presidential E...
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KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad has congratulated president Joko Widodo, who is commonly known as Jokowi, on his re-election for the 2019-2024 term by winning the 2019 Indonesian Presidential Elections (Pilpres).
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Indonesia’s President Joko Widodo, popularly known as Jokowi, won another term as president, beating his rival Prabowo Subianto, with over 85 million of the total 154 million votes cast in the April...
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HONG KONG (May 21): While the trade war remains the chief concern for investors just about everywhere, it seems elections are the only way to pierce the gloom.
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KUALA LUMPUR (May 21): Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad has congratulated President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) on his re-election for the 2019-2024 term by winning the 2019 Indonesian Presidential Ele...
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PUTRAJAYA: Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail (pix) today congratulated Indonesian President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) for winning the Presidential Election 2019 to continue leading ...
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PUTRAJAYA, May 21 — Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail today congratulated Indonesian President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) for winning the Presidential Election 2019 to continue lea...
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Incumbent President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) was announced the winner of the Indonesian Presidential Election (Pilpres) 2019, to continue leading the world’s third largest democratic country for the nex...
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(May 20): Results of the hotly-contested presidential election in Indonesia is expected to confirm on Wednesday, unofficial counts by private pollsters last month that showed incumbent President Joko...
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SEVERAL years ago, some Indonesian journalist friends teased me by saying that we should change the slogan “Malaysia Truly Asia” to “Malaysia Truly Taliban”. They said this was because of the ...
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GOOD Friday, a holy day for Christians the world over, is a public holiday in Indonesia, which has the largest Muslim population in the world.
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President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) cruised to victory in last week’s presidential election against his only challenger, Prabowo Subianto.
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JAKARTA: Indonesian President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) called for an increase in capital spending to bolster growth as a slowing global economy, the US-China trade war and rising oil prices pose risks to South-East Asia’s largest economy.
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Even with Indonesia's current presidential election result still to be officially confirmed, attention is turning to the next race for the top job in 2024, with some rising political stars and well-co...
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Indonesian President Joko Widodo (above) appeared on course on Thursday for a second term, based on unofficial vote counts and despite the objections of his rival, while police vowed firm action again...
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JAKARTA: With Indonesian President Joko Widodo on course to win a second term as leader, the political uncertainty that’s weighed on the economy this year will be lifted.
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Joko Widodo appeared to be heading for victory in Indonesia's presidential election on Wednesday as "quick count" results from polling stations were posted, in line with opinion polls that had predict...
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JAKARTA: Indonesian stocks jumped to a near 14-month high on Thursday after early elections results indicated incumbent President Joko Widodo is likely to be re-elected for a second term, while Malaysia extended losses to a more than three-year low.
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The prospect of another five years in office for President Joko Widodo cheered Indonesia's financial markets on Thursday after unofficial election results indicated a comfortable win for the incumbent...
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Foreign investors desperate for more access to Indonesia’s huge market can take comfort from the re-election of Joko Widodo as president for a second and final term on Wednesday: according to govern...
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APRIL 18 — India voted last week.
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Indonesians began voting in the world's biggest single-day election on Wednesday as polling stations opened across following a six-month campaign to choose a new president and parliament.President Jok...
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Indonesian President Joko Widodo was 13 percentage points ahead on Wednesday in the race to lead the world’s third-largest democracy, based on 51 percent of votes counted, an unofficial early count ...
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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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Indonesia's election watchdog said that about 320,000 Indonesians living in Malaysia who cast their ballots via mail should vote again in the presidential and legislative polls, as investigation indic...
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JAKARTA: The Indonesian Election Supervisory Board (Bawaslu) has suggested that the country’s Election Commission (KPU) redo the postal voting process for its citizens in Malaysia, following the dis...
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More than 10,000 people have volunteered to crowd-source election results posted at polling stations across Indonesia on Wednesday in a real-time bid to thwart attempts at fraud during the biggest sin...
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BENGALURU: Most Southeast Asian stock markets ended higher on Tuesday, with Indonesia leading the pack, as investors remained optimistic about a recovery in China's economy ahead of the country's first-quarter growth pace set to be released on Wednesday.
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(April 16): Nationalism has been a feature of political discourse in Indonesia since the republic's inception after World War II.
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JAKARTA: Indonesia posted a surprise trade surplus for a second straight month in March, supporting the central bank’s outlook of a narrowing current account deficit, but economists warn a trade deficit could return after Wednesday’s presidential elections.
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KUALA LUMPUR: The early voting process for the Indonesian presidential election is running smoothly without any accident at the Indonesian Embassy in Jalan Tun Razak here today, according to Dang Wang...
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KUALA LUMPUR: Thousands of Indonesians in Malaysia cast their ballots in early voting for their country’s presidential election today.
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PETALING JAYA (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - The Malaysian police are working with their Indonesian counterparts as part of their probe into the discovery of stray postal voting papers in Selangor la...
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When Indonesian President Joko Widodo was elected five years ago, the former furniture salesperson seemed to offer a clean break from the military and political elite that had clung to power since the...
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PETALING JAYA: Bukit Aman is working with Indonesian police (Polri), in connection with the discovery of Indonesia's postal voting papers in Kajang, says Tan Sri Mohamad Fuzi Harun.
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PETALING JAYA: Two police reports have been lodged in connection with the discovery of Indonesia’s postal voting papers in various locations in Selangor.
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Indonesia's General Elections Commission (KPU) visited Selangor, Malaysia, yesterday to investigate the discovery of thousands of ballot papers that had allegedly been illegally marked in favour of in...
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KUALA LUMPUR: The Royal Malaysia Police have confirmed receiving two reports on the discovery of hundreds of plastic bags containing ballot papers for overseas voters in the Indonesian presidential an...
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KUALA LUMPUR, April 12 — The Royal Malaysia Police have confirmed receiving two reports on the discovery of hundreds of plastic bags containing ballot papers for overseas voters in the Indonesian pr...
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JAKARTA - Indonesia's election commission (KPU) visited Selangor, Malaysia on Friday (April 12) to investigate the discovery of thousands of ballot papers that had allegedly been illegally marked in f...
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JAKARTA, April 12 ― Indonesia is probing vote-rigging claims after the discovery of thousands of stray election ballots in neighbouring Malaysia, officials said, as the opposition threatens to chall...
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JAKARTA (April 12): Indonesia’s election commission ordered an investigation into reports that thousands of ballots have been cast by the diaspora in Malaysia days before overseas polling opened, pr...
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PETALING JAYA: Two police reports have been lodged in connection with the discovery of Indonesia's postal voting papers in various locations within Selangor.
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JAKARTA: Indonesia’s Election Commission says it will send officials to Malaysia after videos online allegedly showed thousands of voting papers for next week’s polls being scattered throughout a warehouse.
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JAKARTA, Indonesia (AP): Indonesia's Election Commission said Thursday (April 11) it was sending officials to investigate after videos circulated online of thousands of voting papers for next week's polls scattered throughout a warehouse in Malaysia.
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Armed with laptops, three dozen journalists and fact-checkers braced for battle before a live debate between Indonesian President Joko Widodo and his challenger, Prabowo Subianto.
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Armed with laptops, three dozen journalists and fact-checkers braced for battle before a live debate between Indonesian President Joko Widodo and his challenger, Prabowo Subianto.
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COMMENT | April 17 will be a crucial day for Indonesia’s democracy.
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JAKARTA, April 9 — A small army of “hoax busters” in Indonesia is trying to hold the line against a swarm of fake news that threatens to sway millions of voters as the world’s third-biggest de...
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"Mama, just killed a man," sings Indonesian President Joko Widodo during a recent ride in a local YouTube celebrity's car while Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody plays in the background.
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MARCH 31 — Indonesian TV can be pretty boring.
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ON April 17, 2019, Indonesia will be going to the polls.
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Indonesian President Joko Widodo traded barbs with election rival Prabowo Subianto over issues, including corruption and law enforcement, in a first debate on Thursday three months ahead of voting in ...
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IT IS going to be difficult to live down the success that was 2018 for Malaysia.
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(Dec 31): In the first half of 2019, a billion Asians will elect the next leaders of the region's two largest democracies.