Friday, 29th July 2016
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  • Indonesia calls for peace, stability in South China Sea
    21st July 2016
    Rising tensions in the South China Sea have become a global concern, as over half of the worlds annual merchant fleet tonnage and one-third of all maritime traffic worldwide pass through its shipping lanes. Encompassing ...
  • Coastal community crucial for protecting nation`s sovereignty
    21st July 2016
    In an archipelagic nation, with thousands of islands scattered across the ocean, the presence of the coastal community, mainly comprising traditional fishermen, is crucial to help protect its sovereignty. Hence, Jakartas ...
  • RI, NZ stepping up cooperation in various sectors
    21st July 2016
    The governments of the Republic of Indonesia (RI) and New Zealand have agreed to step up cooperation in various sectors including agriculture, e-commerce, trade and investment. Efforts to increase cooperation between the ...
  • MK Expected To End Controversies Over Import Of Meat
    20th July 2016
    A Constitutional Courts (MKs) verdict over the judicial review of a law on animal health is expected to overcome controversies arising from the governments plan to import meat from nations not free from animal diseases. ...
  • Hopes Pinned On New Chief Of Counterterrorism Agency Suhardi Alius
    20th July 2016
    Hopes are already riding on Commissioner General Suhardi Alius shortly after his inauguration as new chief of the National Counter-Terrorism Agency (BNPT) by President Joko Widodo (Jokowi). Alius, a graduate of the Police ...
  • Infrastructure development in Raja Ampat
    20th July 2016
    Developing the infrastructure, including extending the Marinda airport runway to boost tourism development in Raja Ampat district, is part of President Joko Widodos pledge to focus more attention on the Papua region. The ...
  • Tinombala operation makes great success
    20th July 2016
    The Tinombala Operation to arrest Santoso, the leader of a militant group in Poso, Central Sulawesi, has finally made a great success in paralyzing the fugitive terrorist leader. Involving more than 3,000 military and ...
  • santoso`s death will help expedite central sulawesi`s development
    20th July 2016
    The gunfight between the Tinombala Task Force and the armed terrorist group in Poso, Central Sulawesi, on Monday afternoon ended in the death of suspected leader of the group, Santoso alias Abu Wardah. Deputy Regional ...
  • Circulation of fake vaccines constitutes crime against humanity
    18th July 2016
    The circulation of fake vaccines should not recur in Indonesia as it constitutes crime against humanity. The victims of such a heinous crime are innocent infants, the next generation of this nation, and therefore, the ...
  • Imports expected to reduce scarcity of gas at home
    17th July 2016
    State-owned Oil and Gas Company Pertamina is expected to import 588 thousand tons of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) in the 2016-2017 period to reduce scarcities of gas supplies in a number regions. A number of regions in ...