Jakarta, Indonesia Newswire (Page 4)

Jakarta, Indonesia Newswire (Page 4)

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for Jakarta, Indonesia. (Page 4)

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  1. CARVED bench unveiled to mark headteachers retirement after nearly 20 years in BicesterRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 21 | Oxford Mail

    ... to mark his retirement. The holiday destination is close to the family after he taught at a school in the Jakarta, Indonesia, before he came to Bicester in 1999, and has visited frequently. Mr and Mrs Pearson will head out to the South East Asian ...

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  2. Presidential palace bans playing of a Pokemon Goa -Read the original story

    Thursday Jul 21 | Bladen Journal

    Hastily printed warnings that say "Playing or hunting Pokemon prohibited in the palace area" were put up around the palace complex in Jakarta on Wednesday. "This is the office of the president, not a playground," said Bey Machmuddin, chief of the palace's press bureau.

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  3. Young TEC Wins PATA Gold Education & Training Award 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 21 | Scoop

    Disbelief and then great excitement was how Lesley Immink, CEO Tourism Export Council describes Young TEC winning the Pacific Asia Travel Association international award for Education and Training 2016. "This is absolutely the best news! We know Young TEC is hugely successful here in New Zealand so to have Young TEC recognised by an international team of expert judges is hugely gratifying.

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  4. CARVED bench unveiled to mark headteachers retirement after nearly 20 years in BicesterRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 21 | Oxford Times

    ... to mark his retirement. The holiday destination is close to the family after he taught at a school in the Jakarta, Indonesia, before he came to Bicester in 1999, and has visited frequently. Mr and Mrs Pearson will head out to the South East Asian ...

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  5. Four Seasons Opens in JakartaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 21 | Hotel Business

    "Jakarta is a very big, very busy city that simply never stops - and Four Seasons feeds on that energy, optimism and uniquely Indonesian friendliness and flair," said Christian Poda, the hotel's GM who leads a team of 250 local and international staff. The hotel is located on Jalan Gatot Subroto within the city's Central Business District and housed within Capital Place, an architectural landmark by Csar Pelli.

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  6. Indonesia rejects people's court ruling on 1960s killingsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 21 | South China Morning Post

    Jakarta rejected on Thursday the findings of an international panel of judges that declared Indonesia had committed crimes against humanity in anti-communist killings during the 1960s in which it claimed the US, Britain and Australia were complicit. At least 500,000 people died in the months-long purge across the Southeast Asian archipelago that started after General Suharto put down a coup blamed on the communists on October 1, 1965.

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  7. Indonesia shrugs off Pokemon fatwa as gaming fever takes holdRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 21 | Religion News Service

    People play the mobile phone game Pokemon Go July 21, 2016, in a park in Central Jakarta, Indonesia. Photo by Iqro Rinaldi/REUTERS Go in Indonesia, home to the world's largest Muslim population, are not letting religious decrees or security warnings get in the way of their mission to catch their next cartoon creature.

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  8. Indonesia pauses after four interest-rate cutsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 21 | Bangkok Post

    Indonesia's central bank left its benchmark interest rate on hold after four reductions this year, while signaling there's room for more easing to bolster growth in Southeast Asia's biggest economy. Governor Agus Martowardojo and his board kept the reference rate at 6.5% on Thursday, as forecast by 10 of 26 economists surveyed by Bloomberg.

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  9. Javanese Hindu devotees trek volcanic crater with offeringsRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 21 | Newkerala.com

    Jakarta, July 21 : Thousands of Javanese Hindu devotees and travellers on Thursday climbed up Mount Bromo, an active volcano in Indonesia's East Java province, for the traditional 'Yadnya Kasada' ceremony where offerings were flung into the mountain's crater for good luck. Swarms of brightly adorned ethnic Tenggerese villagers, who identify themselves as Hindu, trekked up the 2,329-metre-high mountain in the Tengger massif volcano complex of the province, carrying livestock and crops to sacrifice to the gods, EFE news agency reported.

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  10. 'Pokemon Go' gets a mixed reception from world's governmentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 21 | The Wave

    In this July 18, 2016 photo, Indonesians play "Pokemon Go" in Jakarta, Indonesia, Monday, July 18, 2016. The hugely popular game has sparked a frenzy among Indonesian players despite the application is not officially available in the country.

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  11. Plane diverted after drunk Aussies brawlRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 21 | Channelnewsasia.com

    The Jetstar flight from Australia to Thailand was forced to reroute to the Indonesian resort island of Bali on Wednesday evening after several passengers began fighting. JAKARTA: A rowdy brawl among a group of drunken Australians forced a plane to make an unscheduled landing in Indonesia, an official said on Thursday .

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  12. Indonesia rejects ruling on 1960s mass killingRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 21 | Al Jazeera

    Officials in Jakarta rejected the findings of an international panel of judges that declared Indonesia committed crimes against humanity in anti-communist purges in the 1960s, when at least 500,000 people perished. The international people's tribunal formed at The Hague said on Wednesday that the Indonesian state was responsible for mass crimes against members and supporters of the country's Communist party and followers of President Soekarno during the 1965-66 killings.

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  13. SE Asia Stocks-Lower ahead of ECB meeting; Philippines hits 15-mth closing highRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 21 | Reuters

    ECB meeting, along with data from the U.S., will set the tone for economic growth," said Alex Tiu, an analyst with AB Capital Securities Inc in Manila.

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  14. America, Britain and Australia were complicit in Indonesian genocide in 1960s purgeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 21 | Daily Mail

    America, Britain and Australia were complicit in Indonesian genocide in which half a million were killed during 1960s purge, judge rules A panel of judges has determined the anti-communist purge in Indonesia in which 500,000 people were killed was genocide, and that U.S. Britain and Australia were all complicit. At least half a million people died in the months-long purge across the Southeast Asian archipelago that started after General Suharto blamed a coup on the communists on October 1, 1965.

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  15. Indonesia warns of new enemy lurking about: PokemonRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 21 | The Honolulu Advertiser

    JAKARTA, Indonesia>> Engaged in a dispute with Beijing in the South China Sea and battling Australia over migrant boats, Indonesian authorities are sounding the alarm over another pressing issue: Pokemon. Government officials, including leaders of the country's security forces, are warning that Pokemon Go, the new, globally popular location-based mobile game, is a national threat that could enable its enemies to gain access to top-secret data and penetrate sensitive government and military sites.

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  16. Indonesia central bank holds rates, sees 'limited' growth gainsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 21 | Channelnewsasia.com

    Indonesia's central bank on Thursday held its benchmark interest rate, contrary to expectations for a fifth cut this year, and said previous easing moves are helping the sluggish economy improve. File photo of employees of Bank Indonesia, Indonesia's central bank, outside its office in Jakarta.

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  17. Indonesia Central Bank Pauses After Four Interest-Rate Cuts an hour agoRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 21 | Bloomberg

    Indonesia's central bank left its benchmark interest rate on hold after four reductions this year, while signaling there's room for more easing to bolster growth in Southeast Asia's biggest economy. Governor Agus Martowardojo and his board kept the reference rate at 6.5 percent on Thursday, as forecast by 10 of 26 economists surveyed by Bloomberg.

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  18. SE Asia Stocks-Subdued ahead of ECB meeting, U.S. jobless claims dataRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 20 | Reuters

    ECB is seen standing pat on policy, the market expects the central bank to hint at future monetary policy easing, forecast to come as early as September.

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  19. Asean countries to set skill standards in tourism sectorRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 20 | The Nation

    Southeast Asian countries are keen to take a lead in the world's tourism market by setting standards on skills required in the industry. Together with tourism stakeholders, representatives from training and educational institutions, certification boards and organisations, government ministers and senior officials from Asean countries are slated to launch the Mutual Recognition Arrangement for Tourism Professionals at an international conference in Jakarta on August 8-9.

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  20. 'Pokemon Go' No-go In Indonesian Presidential Palace AreaRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 20 | Malaysian National News Agency

    By Azeman Ariffin JAKARTA, July 21 -- Indonesia has banned the playing of the 'Pokemon Go' reality mobile game in the presidential palace area, according to local media reports. They quoted Presidential Palace Press Bureau Chief Bey Machmuddin as saying that the ban was imposed for disciplinary more than security reasons.

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