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1 hr ago | Asia News Network
The severe haze, which has blanketed Riau and other provinces in Sumatra over the past two months, has taken its toll on locals as thousands across the island suffer from various haze-related illnesses as the air quality continues to deteriorate.
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5 hrs ago | Newsday
This year's South by Southwest music festival in Austin, Texas, features roughly 4,000 performers from more than 70 countries - including at least 170 British acts.
9 hrs ago | ABC News
The possibility that Malaysia Airlines Flight 370's disappearance was " done intentionally " has prompted a closer look at potential terrorist ties to the Southeast Asian nation - or the almost surprising lack thereof.
13 hrs ago | Canada.com
JAKARTA, Indonesia - Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono ordered national and local officials on Friday to take action to control fires in peat-rich Riau province, where heavy smoke has threatened people's health and disrupted air flights.
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18 hrs ago | NEWS.com.au
MAJOR banks are advising customers their personal details may be sent to a range of countries such as China, India and the Philippines.
21 hrs ago | The Baltimore Sun
A woman collects water for her shower from a well at a slum under an overpass Thursday, March 13, 2014, in Jakarta, Indonesia.
The Asia/Pacific hotel development pipeline comprises 2,049 hotels totaling 453,790 rooms, according to the February STR Global Construction Pipeline Report.
Fitch Ratings has affirmed Indonesia-based retailer PT Sumber Alfaria Trijaya Tbk's National Long-Term Rating at 'AA- ' with Stable Outlook.
Page 1 of 4 Election threatens democracy in Indonesia By David Adam Stott Compared to its Asian neighbors, Indonesia was late to join the so-called third wave of democratization that began in southern Europe in the 1970s.
Asia's best performing stock market this year, Indonesia, is now seeing a string of upgrades in corporate earnings forecasts that could give the rally further momentum and cement its lead in the region.
Once upon a time there were eight happy princedoms in Mengwi, the regency to the north-west of Denpasar.
Former Indonesian ambassador to the United States, Dino Patti Djalal said that cases of missing passports were also common for Indonesians living abroad, and he called on anyone dealing with such an issue to immediately report it to the local Indonesian embassy or consulate.
Rescue workers aid divers in the water after an attempt to search for remnants of Silkair Boeing 737-300 which killed all 97 passengers and 7 crew members at Musi river in Palembang, South of Sumatra 21 December.
Indonesia's Pertamina plans to float a third tender to buy palm oil for blending into biodiesel, an official of the state-owned oil firm said, signalling a strong start to the nation's drive to step up usage of the alternative fuel.