Wednesday, 30th July 2014
International
  • Indonesia, Philippines sign exclusive economic zone agreement
    23rd May 2014
    The governments of Indonesia and the Philippine signed an agreement on the delimitation of their exclusive economic zones (EEZs) bordering the two countries here on Friday. The agreement was inked by Indonesian Foreign ...
  • Thai coup leader declares himself as acting PM
    23rd May 2014
    Thailands military junta chief Prayuth Chan-ocha has declared himself as acting prime minister until someone can be found to serve the post full time. Prayuth, who is also the army chief, will act as acting prime minister ...
  • Thailand`s army seizes power in coup
    23rd May 2014
    Thailands army chief seized power in a military coup on Thursday, deposing the elected government and plunging the country into uncertainty after months of deadly political strife. General Prayut Chan-O-Cha made the ...
  • Vietnam expects to establish fishing business with Indonesia
    21st May 2014
    Vietnam expects to sign an MoU with Indonesia to support the plan of establishing a joint venture on fisheries business, Vietnam Ambassador to Indonesia Nguyen Xuan Thuy said here on Tuesday. "The MoU is still being ...
  • Vietnam government promises compensation for damaged chinese factories
    21st May 2014
    Vietnams government will provide compensation for factory owners, whose buildings were damaged in anti-China protests in several cities in Vietnam on May 13-14, Vietnam Ambassador to Indonesia Nguyen Xuan Thuy said here on ...
  • UN women chief offers support for Nigerian girls` education
    20th May 2014
    UN Women Executive Director Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka assured the Nigerians of UN support for girls education in the country during a recent visit, which is aimed at showing solidarity with the abducted schoolgirls and their ...
  • S. Korea`s Park, sorry over ferry disaster, breaks up coast guard
    19th May 2014
    South Korean President Park Geun-hye formally apologised on Monday for a ferry disaster last month that killed about 300 passengers, mostly school children, and said she would break up the coast guard because it had failed in ...
  • Intensive communication necessary to resolve South China Sea dispute: Marty Natalegawa
    19th May 2014
    Indonesia has called on all sides involved in the South China Sea dispute to hold continuous and intensive communication in order to maintain stability in the region. After officially opening the regional conference of ...
  • ASEAN hopes for peaceful solution in South China Sea: Envoy
    16th May 2014
    The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) hopes for a peaceful solution in the conflict in South China Sea in accordance with the international law, Secretary General Le Luong Minh said here on Friday. According ...
  • West never invited Russia to joint NATO
    16th May 2014
    NATO has never proposes that Russia become a member of the alliance, according to a new report by the NATO Defense College Research Division. "To be sure, proposals to bring Russian into NATO were part and parcel of the ...