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In Brazil, it's over an increase in bus fares, as well as general frustration over inequality, and the money being spent on next year's World Cup.
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I AM not really a concert-goer; in fact, I hardly ever go out at night. But last weekend, I attended a concert in Kuala Lumpur promoting Jakarta in part because I'd been involved in the arrangements to bring it about.
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JAKARTA: World number one Lee Chong Wei easily defeated Germany's Marc Zwiebler on Sunday to win the Indonesia Open for a fifth time.
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After clashes between police and protesters, Indonesia's parliament Monday night voted to revise the national budget and allow an increase of up to 44% in the prices of subsidized gas and diesel fuel.
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As British drug courier Lindsay Sandiford lingers in a Bali prison under sentence of death, an Indonesian father who raped his nine-year-old daughter, causing her grievous injuries from which she died, received just 15 years jail today.
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Henry Saragih heads what may be the world's largest political movement and he's ready to challenge the multinational institutions that he blames for poverty and inequality Henry Saragih, leader of La Via Campesina, during his meeting with John Vidal in Jakarta in May 2013.
Smoke from forest fires in Sumatra, Indonesia, caused air pollution to hit unhealthy levels in several places on the Malaysian peninsula, with conditions worsening considerably yesterday.
The upcoming Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Summit in Bali in October will undoubtedly serve as an opportunity for Indonesia to flex its muscle on economic diplomacy.
Hariadi Saptono, executive director of Bentara Budaya Jakarta cultural centre, host of the show, said the event aimed to give a larger stage to traditional artists so they could reach a wider audience.
Indonesia's parliament could pass measures on Monday paving the way for a 33 percent rise in the country's fuel prices to reduce a government subsidy bill that has cast a shadow over Southeast Asia's biggest economy.
By Ahmad Fuad Yahya and Normalazwa Jamaludin JAKARTA, June 16 -- Datuk Seri Najib Tun Abdul Razak has reminded Malaysian students in foreign countries not to fall for opposition lies to the extent of not supporting the government.
Malaysian Opposition chief Anwar Ibrahim confirmed he did not meet Prime Minister Najib Razak in Jakarta, telling a 10,000-odd crowd in Batu Pahat, Johor that he had gone to the Indonesian capital at the invitation of President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono to brief him on the alleged electoral fraud in Malaysia's recently-concluded 13th general ... (more)
Jakarta, June 15 : Indonesia went out of contention in the men's singles and mixed doubles as their shuttlers were beaten in the semifinals of the Indonesia Open Super Series Premier here Saturday.
JAKARTA: French retailer Galeries Lafayette is expecting 700,000 visits annually to its first Asian store, as it seeks to avoid the fate of a previous foreign luxury department store here that lasted just two years.
Tankhun Jitt-itsara of the Democrat Party is likely to win the Don Muang by-election on Sunday, after an unofficial count showed that he was more than 2,000 votes ahead of his rival from the Pheu Thai Party.