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Indonesian media reported that PT Telkom was negotiating to buy a 27 per cent stake in a New Zealand telecommunications firm.
4 hrs ago | Asia News Network
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Indonesia is the world's third-largest democracy, but few minorities are represented in the diverse nation's halls of power.
9 hrs ago | Malaysian National News Agency
Through years of economic growth, Indonesia's capital has become increasingly crowded with high-rise apartments, office buildings and shopping malls.
Indonesia's House of Representatives passed on Tuesday the new Geothermal Law, eliminating the legal barrier for the development of the country's geothermal resources, which are among the largest in the world.
When he was nominated in March as a candidate for Indonesia's presidential election, polls showed Joko "Jokowi" Widodo had a 30-point lead over the man who would become his main challenger, former army general Prabowo Subianto.
Joko Widodo, the outgoing Jakarta governor known as Jokowi, takes office in October after pledging to prioritize spending on health care, education and infrastructure while cutting government energy subsidies that have swelled the budget deficit.
Four janitors charged with raping a kindergartner at a prestigious international school in Indonesia retracted their confessions Wednesday, saying they were tortured by police during questioning.
A total eclipse of the sun is expected to occur in Indonesia in April 2016, with the provinces of Bengkulu, South Sumatra, South Kalimantan and Central Sulawesi seen as potential viewing sites for the phenomenon.
The establishment of the Asean Economic Community should be viewed as a transformation of Asean's connectivity through the widespread use of information and communication technologies as prescribed by the Asean ICT Master Plan of 2015 and its slogan: "We go higher when we are connected."
JAKARTA, Indonesia-Four of five janitors at the prestigious Jakarta International School go on trial today for the alleged sexual abuse of a kindergarten boy, then aged 5, in a campus restroom.
Indonesia's National Police are investigating a human trafficking fugitive, identified as Farida Zaharina, aka Ina, who allegedly forced 16 underage Indonesian girls into sex trade in Malaysia.
A closed-door trial began Tuesday for the first of five janitors accused of raping a kindergartner in a bathroom at a prestigious international school in Indonesia's capital that is facing a storm of controversy following more abuse allegations.
Customers shop inside a supermarket in Jakarta, Indonesia. Food and beverage sales are set to grow 11 percent to 1,000 trillion rupiah this year from 900 trillion rupiah a year earlier, Investor Daily Indonesia reported yesterday.
Updated: Thu Aug 28, 2014 04:38 pm
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