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16 killed as landslides, floods hit Central Java, Indonesia

Sat, 24 Feb 2018 12:53:53 GMT2018-02-24T12:53:53Z

Landslides and floods striking Central Java province of western Indonesia have left 16 people dead and 20 injured, disaster agency said on Saturday. The natural disasters have taken place in the districts of Brebes and Purbalingga since days ago, spokesman of national disaster management agency Sutopo Purwo Nugroho said.

Indonesian president pays over $800 to keep signed Metallica Master of Puppets box set for himself

Fri, 23 Feb 2018 21:07:25 GMT2018-02-23T21:07:25Z

Indonesia President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo has once again proven his metal cred. According to The Jakarta Post , he reached into his own pocket so he could keep a Master of Puppets box set signed by Metallica 's Lars Ulrich , You may recall that the prime minister of Ulrich's native Denmark gifted the Master of Puppets box set to Jokowi during a state visit last November.

Indonesia leader seen revealing his choice for governor soon

Fri, 23 Feb 2018 18:43:03 GMT2018-02-23T18:43:03Z

Indonesian President Joko Widodo is expected to tell parliament by next week who he wants to start a five-year term as central bank governor in May, people knowledgeable about the matter say. The choice for Bank Indonesia governor has to be approved by parliament, where Widodo - who has not indicated his preference - has majority support.

Biggest Indonesian party backs President Widodo for new term

Fri, 23 Feb 2018 13:56:34 GMT2018-02-23T13:56:34Z

File photo of Indonesian President Joko Widodo delivers a speech at Foreign Ministry office in Jakarta, Indonesia, February 12, 2018. Antara Foto/Wahyu Putro/ via REUTERS JAKARTA, Indonesia's biggest political party in parliament on Friday endorsed President Joko Widodo as its candidate for elections in 2019, joining four other parties backing him for a second term.

Landslide-hit Indonesian regency declares disaster alert status

Fri, 23 Feb 2018 11:34:56 GMT2018-02-23T11:34:56Z

JAKARTA: A disaster alert status has been declared in Brebes Regency in Indonesia's Central Java, in the wake of a landslide which hit a mountainous area following two weeks of heavy rain. At a press conference on Friday , the National Disaster Mitigation Authority said the two-week alert will end next month on Mar 7. As of noon on Friday, at least seven people are confirmed dead and 13 others missing.

At least five dead in Indonesian landslide, many more missing

Fri, 23 Feb 2018 06:57:05 GMT2018-02-23T06:57:05Z

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Neighborhoods back up Americans' diversity talk

Fri, 23 Feb 2018 02:19:50 GMT2018-02-23T02:19:50Z

Americans love diversity -- or so they like to claim. A 2016 Pew survey found that Americans are much more likely than Europeans to say that diversity makes their country a better place to live.

Malaysia-Indonesia Trade To Reach US$30 Bln By 2020

Thu, 22 Feb 2018 21:37:52 GMT2018-02-22T21:37:52Z

From Mohd Shukri Ishak JAKARTA, Jan 22 Feb -- The total trade between Malaysia and Indonesia is expected to reach US$30 billion by 2020, Malaysia External Trade Development Corporation's Trade Commissioner in Indonesia Naim Abdul Rahman said. He said the focus sectors identified in order to double the trade volume included infrastructure development, transport equipment, halal industry, information technology services, multimedia and franchise business.

Cyclist arrested for drug-related offences after accident involving traffic police officer

Thu, 22 Feb 2018 16:50:26 GMT2018-02-22T16:50:26Z

SINGAPORE: A 54-year-old man was arrested on Thursday for drug-related offences after he was involved in an accident with a traffic police officer. Police said the accident, which involved a Traffic Police motorcycle and a bicycle, occurred along Geylang Road towards Kallang Road before Lorong 4 Geylang at around 5.45pm.

Indonesia president says toxic river should be clean enough to drink

Thu, 22 Feb 2018 11:56:24 GMT2018-02-22T11:56:24Z

JAKARTA: Indonesia's president on Thursday said water from the Citarum River should be made drinkable within seven years under a new cleanup project for the Java island river often ranked among the world's most polluted. Running 300 km from a spring in West Java to the sea near capital city Jakarta, the Citarum feeds three hydro power stations and is used for 400,000 hectares of rice paddies.

Eleven missing, 14 injured in Indonesia landslide

Thu, 22 Feb 2018 09:39:48 GMT2018-02-22T09:39:48Z

Eleven people are missing and 14 have been injured following a landslide Thursday that cascaded down the terraced slopes of a rice field on the Indonesian island of Java, officials said. JAKARTA: Eleven people are missing and 14 have been injured following a landslide Thursday that cascaded down the terraced slopes of a rice field on the Indonesian island of Java, officials said.

Blinded investigator to Indonesia graft fighters: Stay brave

Thu, 22 Feb 2018 07:23:37 GMT2018-02-22T07:23:37Z

An anti-corruption investigator blinded by an acid attack is urging graft fighters to "stay brave" as he returns to Indonesia after months of medical treatment. Activists dressed in white and a phalanx of officials greeted Novel Baswedan as he arrived Thursday at the headquarters of the Corruption Eradication Commission in the capital, Jakarta.

Former City Harvest Church leader Chew Eng Han charged with trying to flee the country

Thu, 22 Feb 2018 05:05:59 GMT2018-02-22T05:05:59Z

Chew Eng Han in a prison van outside the State Courts on Feb 22, 2018. SINGAPORE: Former City Harvest Church leader Chew Eng Han was charged on Thursday with attempting to flee the country from Pulau Ubin in a motorised sampan on Wednesday morning.

Violent blasts from Indonesia's Sinabung volcano

Thu, 22 Feb 2018 00:16:32 GMT2018-02-22T00:16:32Z

Mount Sinabung on the Indonesian island of Sumatra erupted violently on February 19, 2018. See video of the dramatic first moments of the eruption.

Indonesia Quietly Passes Law to Quash Criticism of Politicians

Wed, 21 Feb 2018 19:34:53 GMT2018-02-21T19:34:53Z

New members of Indonesia's parliament gather to be sworn in during their inauguration at the parliament building in Jakarta, Indonesia, Oct. 1, 2014. As many Indonesians turn their attention to the potential criminalization of sexual acts between homosexuals and extramarital sex in the nation's revised criminal code, its house of representatives has quietly passed another controversial but less publicized piece of legislation: the revised Law on Representative Assemblies, known as the MD3 law, which critics say will hamper criticism of Indonesian politicians and reduce their accountability.

Woman, 60, Charged With Murder Of Indonesian Maid

Wed, 21 Feb 2018 14:55:43 GMT2018-02-21T14:55:43Z

A sexagenarian was charged in the Magistrate's Court here today with the murder of her Indonesian maid earlier this month. M. A. Ambika, 60, was charged with the killing of Adelina Lisao, 28, at her home in Medan Kota Permai 2, Taman Kota Permai 2 here at 4pm on Feb 10. No plea was recorded from Ambika who merely nodded after the charge was read out before Magistrate Muhamad Anas Mahadzir.

Malaysia arrests 10 over links with South Philippines militants

Wed, 21 Feb 2018 12:25:12 GMT2018-02-21T12:25:12Z

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian police have arrested 10 people on suspicion of aiding the movement of militants between the eastern state of Sabah and the southern Philippines, a hotbed of Islamic insurgency, the second batch of arrests this year. The Muslim-majority Southeast Asian nation has been on high alert since gunmen linked to Islamic State launched several attacks in Jakarta, the capital of neighbouring Indonesia, in January 2016.