Sunday, 14th February 2016
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Jakarta braces for flooding during peak rainy season

6 hours ago
The Jakarta administration is intensifying efforts to normalize sewage systems in the capital city as the rainy season is forecast to reach its peak in February 2016. In early February, floods reaching a height of up to 120 ...
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