rss feed

 

  • Security tightened for APEC Summit in Bali

    Fri, September 27 2013 22:06

    The Indonesian Defense Forces (TNI) and National Police have begun deploying personnel and equipment to secure the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Summit in Bali next week..

  • On World Rhino Day, efforts to boost rhino conservation intensify

    Fri, September 27 2013 15:37

    World Rhino Day 2013 was celebrated on September 22 in many countries, including Indonesia, with demands made for putting an end to the poaching of the rhinoceros, which are currently on the brink of extinction..

  • Timor Leste-Indonesia bilateral relations improve

    Fri, September 27 2013 15:30

    Most of the basic necessities for the people of Timor Leste, formerly known as East Timor, are sourced from Indonesia..

  • Opportunity after The Fed delays phasing out stimulus

    Mon, September 23 2013 20:00

    Indonesia should capitalize on the opportunities brought on by decision of US central bank (The Federal Reserve/The Fed) to delay cut in its monetary stimulus..

  • Oirata language in danger of extinction

    Mon, September 16 2013 13:03

    The endangered Oirata language in Indonesia has a rich oral culture, with stories, songs, and histories passed on from one generation to the next..

  • Officials say bali ready to host APEC Summit

    Mon, September 16 2013 12:52

    The Indonesian tourist resort Island of Bali has nearly finished preparations to host delegates from the 21 member-countries at the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit during the first week of October..

  • Maluku Southernmost Islanders Yearn for Autonomy

    Sat, September 14 2013 13:52

    Located in the southernmost part of Indonesia`s Maluku province are outlying islands, including Lirang, Wetar, Kisar, and Romang..

  • Ambon`s World Peace Gong Symbol of Security

    Sat, September 14 2013 08:35

    The area around the World Peace Gong monument in Ambon, Maluku, was on Sunday packed with local visitors and foreign tourists, who participated in the Darwin to Ambon Yacht Race & Rally 2013..

  • Overcrowded Ambon City Needs Relocation

    Thu, September 12 2013 14:16

    The Maluku provincial city of Ambon has been given the label - the city with the least number of open spaces for its residents..

  • Indonesian tempe producers shut down to protest rising prices

    Tue, September 10 2013 00:16

    Tempe and tofu (fermented soybean cake) makers in provinces across the country halted production on Monday to protest rising prices of imported soybean..

Police to question Jokowi about Obor Rakyat`s case

Police to question Jokowi about Obor Rakyat`s caseThe police will question President-elect Joko Widodo (Jokowi) as a witness in the defamation case against Obor Rakyat ...

Indonesian Red Cross donates Rp1 billion for Gaza

Indonesian Red Cross donates Rp1 billion for GazaThe Indonesian Red Cross (PMI) has donated Rp1 billion to aid victims of Israeli military aggression in Gaza, ...

Jakarta index closes higher, rupiah down

Jakarta index closes higher, rupiah downThe Jakarta composite index (JCI) extend again on Thursday with investors buying more than selling shares, analysts ...

Indonesian players win two titles at taiwan open

Indonesian players win two titles at taiwan openIndonesian womens and mens double players won champion titles at Chinese Taipei Open Grand Prix Gold 2014.

Popular Turkish singer causes outrage with anti-semitic Gaza tweets

Popular Turkish singer causes outrage with anti-semitic Gaza tweetsA popular Turkish female pop singer was under pressure Friday to make a public apology after she posted a succession ...