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WHO guidance on infant milk formulas gets lukewarm backing

29th May 2016
National health officials stopped short on Friday of fully endorsing World Health Organization (WHO) guidelines to end the aggressive marketing of breast milk substitutes and baby foods for newborn and older infants. Activists ...
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  • WHO guidance on infant milk formulas gets lukewarm backing
    29th May 2016
    National health officials stopped short on Friday of fully endorsing World Health Organization (WHO) guidelines to end the aggressive marketing of breast milk substitutes and baby foods for newborn and older infants. Activists ...
  • EU offers scholarships to 1,600 indonesian students - (d)
    29th May 2016
    The European Union (EU) is offering scholarships to 1,600 Indonesian students wishing to pursue higher education for master and doctorate degrees in Europe, an envoy has said. "The EU and its member states are organizing ...
  • Indonesia stresses harmony among adherents of different faiths
    28th May 2016
    The Indonesian government, at the 7th World Islamic Forum held in Yazd, Iran, from May 24 to 25, underscored the importance of adherents of different faiths living in harmony, the Indonesian embassy in Tehran said. In ...
  • China says extremely dissatisfied with G7 statement on South China Sea
    28th May 2016
    China is extremely dissatisfied with a statement by Group of Seven (G7) leaders on the contentious South China Sea, where Beijing is locked in territorial disputes with several southeast Asian countries, the Foreign Ministry ...
  • President Jokowi leaves for Japan to attend G7 outreach meeting
    26th May 2016
    President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) has left Jakarta for Nagoya, Japan, to attend an outreach meeting during the G7 summit on Friday. Presidential communication team member Ari Dwipayana stated here on Thursday that Jokowis ...
  • Japan, Canada share "serious concerns" on South China Sea - PM Abe
    25th May 2016
    Japan and Canada share "serious concerns" over reclamation and militarisation in the South China Sea, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said on Tuesday, in an apparent reference to Chinas maritime activity.China and the United ...
  • China donates Rp2 billion to Indonesian Red Cross
    24th May 2016
    Chinese company PT Bauing Construction Group has donated Rp2 billion to the Indonesian Red Cross (PMI). The donation was symbolically presented by President Director of PT Bauing Construction Group Gu Shao to PMI Central ...
  • Obama tahu sejumlah pegiat Vietnam dicegah bertemu
    24th May 2016
    Presiden Amerika Serikat (AS) Barack Obama menyatakan tahu bahwa sejumlah pegiat masyarakat Vietnam dicegah menemuinya pada Selasa. Meskipun terjadi usaha besar di Vietnam untuk menerapkan demokrasi, pihak Washington ...
  • China expects better relations with ASEAN
    24th May 2016
    The Chinese Foreign Ministry Assistant, Kong Xuanyou, has said China expects better relations with ASEAN in order to maintain regional stability and prosperity. "China always considers ASEAN an important and a major partner ...
  • Come Together: Cameron does Beatles' Abbey Road walk in EU bid
    21st May 2016
    British Prime Minister David Cameron sought to recreate the Beatles "Abbey Road" album cover on Friday, walking across the famous zebra crossing during a visit to the music studios to meet performers supporting the EU ...