Jakarta, Indonesia Newswire (Page 11)

Jakarta, Indonesia Newswire (Page 11)

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for Jakarta, Indonesia. (Page 11)

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  1. Indonesia: Giant Chinese deity statue covered in sheet after Muslims protestRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 10 | Asian Correspondent

    A GIANT statue of a Chinese deity has been covered up by a white sheet in Indonesia earlier this week amid rising concerns of Islamist fundamentalism and anti-Chinese sentiment in the world's most populous Muslim country. The statue of the ancient Chinese god, Lord Guan Yu, courted controversy after it was erected in the city of Tuban, East Java, drawing protests by Muslim locals who want it to be demolished due to religious sensitivities.

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  2. Syrian Kurds: 17 Indonesians who escaped IS leave SyriaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 10 | Yahoo!

    A group of 17 Indonesians who had joined the Islamic State group in the northern Syrian city of Raqqa have been handed over to representatives of their country and have left Syria, a local Kurdish official and a spokeswoman said on Wednesday. According to the official, Omar Alloush, the Indonesian nationals included men, women and children.

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  3. Bali cops shoot to kill drugs suspectsRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 3, 2017 | The Mercury

    There are many unclaimed bodies in funeral homes amidst the war on drugs in Philippine's, and one funeral director says those unclaimed in his overcrowded funeral home are labelled 'Mr X'. Courtesy: CNN INDONESIAN police have been told to shoot drug suspects on the spot if they resist arrest, amid fears the narcotics scourge is spiralling out of control.

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  4. Survivors of Indonesia's 1965 massacre say crackdown on commemorations are a threat to democracyRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 10 | ABC News

    Victims of the 1965 Indonesian anti-communist massacre have warned that a new presidential decree targeting radical Islamic groups could also be used to silence them. Last week a private gathering of about 25 victims, their families and advocates was shut down by the military and police in east Jakarta.

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  5. Travel Q&A: What to see in Jakarta, international travel with a...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 1 | Denver Post

    ... you want the local currency before leaving, exchange at AAA or through your local bank. Q: I will be in Jakarta, Indonesia, for a week in late September. It is a business trip but I will probably be free by 4 or 5 p.m. every day and hopefully a day ...

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  6. Jakarta deports cyber fraud suspectsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 1 | The Standard

    Indonesia will deport 153 Chinese nationals held for alleged involvement in a multimillion-dollar cyber fraud ring targeting wealthy businessmen and politicians in China, police said. The syndicate, which ran its operation from abroad to avoid detection by mainland officials but did not target any victims in their host country, made about 6 trillion rupiah since starting operatio... Indonesia will deport 153 Chinese nationals held for alleged involvement in a multimillion-dollar cyber fraud ring targeting wealthy businessmen and politicians in China, police said.

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  7. Indonesia: Regime lifts threat to ban encrypted app TelegramRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 1 | Rational Review

    "The Indonesian government has lifted its threat to ban the encrypted messaging app Telegram because it's taking steps to address 'negative' content that includes forums for Islamic State group supporters, the information technology minister said Tuesday. Ahead of a meeting in Jakarta with Telegram co-founder Pavel Durov, the Minister of Communications and Information Technology, Rudiantara, announced that 'we have agreed to keep Telegram accessible.'

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  8. Indonesia lifts threat to ban encrypted app TelegramRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 1 | Brandon Sun

    ... didn't develop procedures to block unlawful content including pro-Islamic State group discussion groups. JAKARTA, Indonesia - The Indonesian government lifted its threat to ban the encrypted messaging app Telegram because it's taking steps to block ...

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  9. Indonesia "not closing door" to Australian agricultural exports despite self-sufficiency driveRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 1 | The Age

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  10. Indonesia detains 153 over $450-million scam targeting ChineseRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 31 | Yahoo!

    Indonesian police on Monday said they had detained more than 150 Chinese nationals accused of carrying out a sophisticated scam that netted around $450 million by tricking their compatriots into paying to make legal cases go away. "This is an international syndicate of online fraud," Jakarta police spokesman Argo Yuwono told a news conference.

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  11. Creative Tech Jakarta Deploys Analog Way Ascender 32-4K, Vertige...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 31 | Live Design Online

    Creative Tech Jakarta selected an Analog Way Ascender 32-4K powerful seamless switcher, Vertige VRC300 premium remote controller and Pulse2 high-resolution mixer to facilitate dazzling multi-screen presentations for the two-day gathering. Earlier this year Toyota Astra Motor held its annual dealers and distributors appreciation event in Jakarta, Indonesia.

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  12. A young customer on the opening day at D'Jakarta, 1540 W. Ritner St.Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 26 | Philly.com

    Michael Klein, editor/producer of Philly.com/food, has written about Philadelphia's restaurant scene since 1993 in his Inquirer column, "Table Talk," and on his Philly.com blog, "The Insider." D'Jakarta, an easy-on-the-wallet, family run BYOB, has joined South Philadelphia's complement of Indonesian restaurants.

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  13. Indonesia to lift ban on Telegram message service over securityRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 1 | Times of Oman

    A picture of encrypted messaging service Telegram is seen during a news conference after Indonesian authorities blocked access to some Telegram channels in Jakarta, Indonesia, on July 17, 2017 this photo taken by Antara Foto. Photo - Antara Foto/Muhammad Adimaja via Reuters A picture of encrypted messaging service Telegram is seen during a news conference after Indonesian authorities blocked access to some Telegram channels in Jakarta, Indonesia, on July 17, 2017 this photo taken by Antara Foto.

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  14. SE Asia Stocks-Philippines falls over 1 pct; Vietnam hits fresh 9-yr highRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 1 | Reuters

    Philippine stocks fell more than 1 percent on caution ahead of quarterly results from market heavyweights, while most other indexes in Southeast Asia ended largely up, with Vietnam scaling a fresh nine-year high. The Philippine Stock Exchange PSEI Index ended 1.4 percent lower, its steepest fall in about three months, on losses across sectors, with financials and telecom stocks falling the most.

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  15. Indonesian President Reaffirms Tougher Measures Against Drug DealersRead the original story

    Tuesday Aug 1 | Malaysian National News Agency

    Indonesian President Joko Widodo on Tuesday reaffirmed his order for legal enforcers to apply tougher measures against drug dealers, including shoot on sight should they resist arrest, China's Xinhua news agency reported. "I already ordered police chief and BNN to be firm in dealing with drug dealers.

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  16. Indonesia to deport 153 Chinese for $450 million scamRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 1 | The Star Online

    JAKARTA: Indonesia will deport 153 Chinese nationals arrested for alleged involvement in a multimillion-dollar cyber fraud ring targeting wealthy businessmen and politicians in China, police said Tuesday. The syndicate, who ran their operation from abroad to avoid detection by Chinese officials but did not target any victims in their host country, made around six trillion rupiah since beginning operations at the end of 2016, Indonesia police said.

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  17. Indonesia says convict organised major drug trafficking ringRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 1 | The Star Online

    JAKARTA: A convict in a maximum-security Indonesian prison masterminded an operation to import 1.2 million ecstasy tablets which led to two arrests and the death of another suspect, authorities said Tuesday. They told a press conference the arrested pair could face the death penalty if convicted of importing the drugs from the Netherlands.

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  18. Indonesia palm oil exports 'to hit record' in 2017-18Read the original story

    Tuesday Aug 1 | Agrimoney.com

    Indonesian palm oil exports will hit a record, lifted by better-than-expected production, and a boost to demand from the spring retreat in prices, US officials said. The US Department of Agriculture's Jakarta bureau hiked to 26.5m tonnes its forecast for palm oil exports in 2017-18, on an October-to-November basis, a figure 1.0m tonnes above the USDA's official estimate.

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  19. Fret not, Nicol will rise againRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 1 | The Star Online

    The world No. 6 suffered a shocking 11-7, 10-12, 11-5, 4-11, 5-11 loss to Joey Chan of Hong Kong in the semi-finals of the World Games in Poland last Thursday.

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  20. AirAsia Eyes Flying 1.5 Mln Malaysian Passengers To Indonesia By Year-endRead the original story

    Tuesday Aug 1 | Malaysian National News Agency

    Low-cost airline, AirAsia Bhd, is optimistic of achieving the target of flying 1.5 million Malaysian passengers to Indonesia by year-end, in conjunction with Indonesia Tourism's 'Wonderful Indonesia' campaign. Its Chief Executive Officer, Aireen Omar, said the target was achievable and new passenger load's aim would be renewed on year-to-year basis with Indonesia Tourism.

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