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5 min ago | Nikkei Net Interactive

Mandom Indonesia to boost production capacity by 50% in 2015

Mandom Indonesia, a subsidiary of the Japanese cosmetics maker known for its Gatsby brand, plans to expand its production capacity by 50% in 2015 as it anticipates greater demand from the rising middle class in this country.

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2 hrs ago | Malaysian National News Agency

Malaysians Must Change Water Comsumption Behaviour To Avoid Rationing

Malaysians are still using an average of 250 litres of water or about 160 bottles of 1.5-litre water, per person daily, despite the water crisis and the ongoing water rationing plan implemented in Selangor.

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5 hrs ago | Hospitality Net

Maximilian von Reden has been appointed General Manager at Mandarin Oriental, Jakarta, Indonesia

Maximilian von Reden will succeed Mr Bradford as General Manager of Mandarin Oriental, Jakarta.

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9 hrs ago | Illawarra Mercury

Twitter data to aid UOW's flood model work

University of Wollongong researchers who are mapping monsoon season flooding in densely populated Jakarta have been granted rare access to a smorgasbord of data held by the microblogging behemoth Twitter.

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13 hrs ago | The Straits Times

South China Sea: Is Jakarta no longer neutral?

A China Coast Guard ship and a Philippine supply boat engage in a stand off as the Philippine boat attempts to reach the Second Thomas Shoal, a remote South China Sea a reef claimed by both countries on March 29, 2014.

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17 hrs ago | Sydney Morning Herald

Second case of potential child sex abuse emerges at prestigious international school

A second case of potential child abuse has emerged at the prestigious Jakarta International School, further fuelling an already heated public debate about sex abuse in Indonesia.

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18 hrs ago | ABC News

Indonesian School: We'll Cooperate in Abuse Probe

A prestigious international school in Indonesia said Thursday it was cooperating with police in their investigation of alleged abuse of a 6-year-old student and was devastated upon learning of allegations against an American teacher who worked there a decade ago.

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18 hrs ago | The Lebanon Daily News

Indonesian school: We'll cooperate in abuse probe

A prestigious international school in Indonesia says it is cooperating with police in their investigation into an alleged child abuse case that has triggered intense interest.

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20 hrs ago | Bloomberg

Jokowi Effect Puts Spotlight on Indonesia Mayors: Southeast Asia

The popularity of Joko Widodo is giving traction to local leaders in Southeast Asia 's biggest economy as they adopt the hands-on style that helped propel Jakarta's governor to the front of the presidential race.

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Wed Apr 23, 2014

ABC News

Tanya Plibersek: Indonesian relations

Australia's relationship with Indonesia needs fixing, according to Tanya Plibersek, the opposition spokesperson for foreign affairs.

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International Business Times

Prostitutes in Germany Contact Clients via New Peppr App

The app works like a dating site which matches customer and prostitute, making it the Tinder of the sex industry.

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ProSoundWeb

Indonesian Court Museum Selects Symetrix SymNet Edge For Exhibit Audio Processing

Indonesia's Constitutional Court museum in Central Jakarta is now running 32 channels of Dante audio - with the option to expand - via a SymNet Edge open-architecture DSP.

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Nerve News

Indian envoy for early economic accord with Indonesia

India will push for early conclusion of an economic accord with Indonesia to achieve the bilateral trade target of $25 billion by 2015, with cumulative Indian investments of $20 billion into this country, the Indian envoy here has said.

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Nikkei Net Interactive

Ill-equipped Indonesia struggles with droughts, floods

When it comes to climate change, Indonesia stands to lose more than most. Poor infrastructure and living standards along with extreme weather have been known to shut down the capital for days, with losses to business and government running into the tens of millions of dollars.

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The Miami Herald

Indonesian general says his flashy watch is a fake

Wearing what he said to be a Chinese-made watch, Indonesian Armed Forces Chief Gen.

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Tri-cityherald.com

Indonesian general says his flashy watch is a fake

A Singapore website flagged a picture of the general and his watch this week, saying it was a Richard Mille worth more than $100,000.

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Malaysian National News Agency

Lessons From The Indonesian Elections

By Elmi Rizal Alias JAKARTA -- The recent general election in Indonesia provided a new perspective of the electoral process in the world's third biggest democracy after India and the European Union.

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Lifestyles

Pirates raid Singapore tanker in Malacca Strait, steal diesel fuel; 3 Indonesian crew missing

Pirates raided a Japanese tanker in the Malacca Strait and pilfered several million litres of diesel fuel it was carrying, Malaysian marine police said Wednesday.

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Malaysian National News Agency

Saudi Arabia Extends RM226.72 Million Aid For Indonesian Quake Victims

The Saudi Arabian government extended relief funds totalling Rp806.6 billion to assist victims of major earthquakes and tsunami in Aceh province and other areas in Indonesia last December, Indonesia's Antara news agency reported quoting Saudi Arabian Vice Interior Minister as saying.

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Tue Apr 22, 2014

The Age

International school teacher William Vahey suspected of life-long child sex abuse

The FBI is seeking the public'?'s assistance to identify alleged victims of a suspected international child predator, William James Vahey, 64, who worked in private schools in nine countries, beginning in 1972.

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