Tuesday, 16th September 2014
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  • Indonesians collect donations to provide aid to Gaza residents
    14th July 2014
    Indonesia, a staunch supporter of Palestinians in their struggle for independence, has been prompt in demonstrating its moral and financial support for Gaza residents, who are currently facing incessant air strikes launched by ...
  • Govt ready to serve millions of `lebaran` travelers
    12th July 2014
    The government is prepared to provide services for some 24 million people seeking to return to their home towns (mudik) to celebrate Lebaran, or the Islamic post-fasting holidays, at the end of this month. Further, the ...
  • Calls for earnest prayers for Palestine
    12th July 2014
    Indonesian Religious Affairs Minister Lukman Hakim Saifuddin and the Indonesian Ulema Council (MUI) have called on the religious community in the country to pray for Palestine. There is real suffering among the ...
  • Morocco, Indonesia to promote tourism sector
    12th July 2014
    Efforts to strengthen commitment to developing cooperation between Morocco and Indonesia are not limited merely to trade but involve also bilateral cooperation in the field of tourism, Ambassador of Morocco to Indonesia Mohamed ...
  • Prabowo To Trust KPU On Election Results
    11th July 2014
    Presidential candidate Prabowo Subianto said he will rely on the General Elections Commissions (KPU) vote count results more than the quick count results by survey institutions regarding presidential polls on Wednesday (July ...
  • Indonesia Condemns Israel for Killing Innocents in Palestine
    11th July 2014
    The Indonesian government and public have condemned Israel for killing many innocent Palestinian people including children in the military attacks on Gaza over the past few days.     "Indonesia condemns ...
  • Indonesia`s head-to-head presidential race and media coverage
    8th July 2014
    For the first time in Indonesias history, the countrys presidential race between two rivals has triggered sharp polarizations affecting the media, laborers, teachers, farmers, artists, academicians, and social media users, to ...
  • Poll surveys indicate tight race in Indonesia`s presidential election
    3rd July 2014
    Last year, various media reports described presidential hopeful Joko Widodo (Jokowi) as the strongest frontrunner in the July election in Indonesia, as he was the most favored candidate due to his humble and down-to-earth ...
  • Biak tourism attractions need intensive promotion
    20th June 2014
    The Biak Numfor district in the Indonesian province of West Papua has myriad natural, marine, cultural, and historical attractions for both domestic and foreign tourists, but lacks promotion. Situated at the top of ...
  • Indonesia and Australia, once good friends, always be good friends
    19th June 2014
    Indonesia and its immediate neighbor Australia have always had an exciting relationship, as the two countries are very friendly with each other, need each other, but sometimes they quarrel. The latest example of a ...