Saturday, 18/11/2017 | 12:15 UTC+8
  • Dimusnahkan: Anggota bomba cuba memadamkan kebakaran hutan di Giam Siak Kecil Biosphere Reserve di Tasik Betung, Wilayah Riau, pada 3 September. (Kompas)
    Singapura perlu memahami Isu api Indonesia: Ketua Staff

    Presiden Ketua Staff Teten Masduki mengatakan bahawa Singapura perlu memahami masalah yang dihadapi oleh kerajaan Indonesia dalam mengatasi masalah jerebu. Beliau juga mengingatkan rakyat Singapura bahawa mereka telah menikmati oksigen dihasilkan oleh hutan Indonesia bagi tempoh sembilan bulan yang lalu, dan membuat sebutan semula jumlah yang besar produk pertanian dan perlombongan Indonesia yang mengalir ke

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  • Firemen have been putting out fires in Riau province on Sumatra island, as well as areas in south Kalimantan island
    Indonesia arrests executives of ‘haze-causing’ companies

    Indonesia has arrested executives from seven companies accused of being behind illegal fires causing air pollution in the region. Correspondents say such arrests are rare, but could result in fines and prison sentences of up to 15 years. Haze caused by forest fires is an annual problem but this year has been one of the

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  • Online
    Surabaya Police Round Up Prostitution Ring

    Jakarta – Surabaya Police arrested a 23-year-old actress and model with the initials ‘AS’, for her involvement in a prostitution ring. AS was arrested, along with four other girls, notably working on a day-shift as Sales Promotion Girls (SPG). “The five girls are victims of trafficking from their pimps, YY and BS. Both are still at

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  • (Photo : REUTERS/Stringer ) A worker stands among CRH (China Railway High-speed) Harmony bullet trains at a high-speed train maintenance base in Wuhan, Hubei province.
    Indonesia seeking new bid for Bandung rail link

    Indonesia is asking Japan and China for new bids for a major rail link as a $6 billion high-speed train is no longer seen as commercially viable, the minister coordinating transport policy said. A 200-kilometer (120 mile) per hour locomotive between the capital Jakarta and the third-biggest city Bandung would be 30 percent to 40

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  • Ron Schneider has died in a surfing accident in Indonesia. Photo: Facebook
    Australian Ron Schneider killed in Indonesia surfing accident

    An Australian man has been killed in a surfing accident in the Mentawai Islands in Indonesia. Mentawai Resort Police head AKBP Reko Indro Sasongko told the Jakarta Post that Ronald Stephen Schneider, 54, died on Tuesday when a wave slammed him into a rock at South Sipora. His body is reportedly in Dr. M. Djamil General Hospital and is being prepared to be sent to Australia. The husband and

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  • Indonesia
    Indonesian plane crash: Debris spotted in mountains

    Jakarta, Indonesia (CNN)- Indonesian searchers believe they have located debris from an airliner that crashed in a mountainous area with 54 people on board. A search plane spotted the wreckage Monday, but a ground team hasn’t yet been able to reach it, said Raymond Konstantin, an official for Indonesia’s search and rescue agency. Authorities had

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    Shootings on Jakarta city’s roads

    Keep a cool head. And try not to shoot each other. Jakarta Police chief Inspector-General Tito Karnavian gave this advice to drivers yesterday after two shooting incidents in Jakarta recently, reported the Jakarta Post. The shootings happened on toll roads in the Indonesian capital. Jakarta has the worst traffic in the world with the average

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  • Indonesia
    Indonesia’s growth slows further in second quarter 2015

    Jakarta, INDONESIA- Indonesia’s growth slid in the second quarter to levels unseen since 2009, government data showed Wednesday, highlighting the uphill battle for President Joko Widodo in expanding Southeast Asia’s biggest economy. The economy grew at 4.67 percent year-on-year in the three months to the end of June, from 4.72 percent in the previous quarter,

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    7.0-magnitude quake struck Indonesia’s Papua province

    JAYAPURA, INDONESIA — A strong earthquake struck Indonesia’s easternmost province of Papua early Tuesday (28 July 2015) panicking people with at least one teenager missing after possibly drowning in a river. Several buildings and houses were either destroyed or damaged. The U.S. Geological Survey said the magnitude-7.0 underground quake struck at 6:41 a.m. Tuesday (2141

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