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UPDATE 2-Freeport can't say when Indonesia mine to reopen, confirms 28 dead
Freeport McMoRan Copper and Gold Inc said it will not restart production at the world's second-largest copper mine in Indonesia after a tunnel collapse that killed 28 workers until it is convinced of the mine's safety.
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Jakarta passes regulation to manage waste... and floods
Children sit on a makeshift raft play in a river full of rubbish in a Jakarta slum, on Sept.
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Children at risk as Jakarta floods ? aid workers
Tue May 21, 2013
Schlumberger awards scholarships to AAPG's 2013 outstanding student chapters
Schlumberger announced today its contribution of five scholarships to the American Association of Petroleum Geologists' Outstanding Student Chapter Awards.
Public Schedule: May 21 - Tuesday
DEPARTMENT OF STATE PUBLIC SCHEDULE TUESDAY, MAY 21, 2013 SECRETARY JOHN KERRY Secretary Kerry is on foreign travel to Muscat, Oman.
15 Years After the Fall of Suharto, a Mixed Picture of Indonesia's Minorities
Mari Pangestu is a symbol of a new Indonesia . The economist turned technocrat, who now serves as Indonesia's Minister of Tourism and creative economy, was born into a country rife with anti-Chinese sentiment.
The Straits Times
Indonesia arrests Iranian-born Australian over people smuggling
Indonesian authorities have arrested an Iranian-born Australian resident who they suspect headed a people smuggling network that spanned the country, a report said on Tuesday.
The Beaumont Enterprise
Inspiring Sessions and Speakers Line-Up Announced for 5th Palm Oil Summit 2013 in Jakarta
Inspiring Sessions and Speakers Line-Up Announced for 5th Palm Oil Summit 2013 in Jakarta Inspiring Sessions and Speakers Line-Up Announced for 5th Palm Oil Summit 2013 in JakartaCMT's 5th Palm Oil Summit has today revealed their 2013 program line up, featuring distinguished panel of speakers, industry majors and insightful sessions tailored ... (more)
Asia News Network
Bandung's noodle act
The full set portion of noodles, tofu and somay at Mie Baso Nursijan. Photo by Icha Rahmanti/The Jakarta Post Bandung loves its noodles.
Mon May 20, 2013
The New Zealand Herald
Gillard urged to ease 'Orwellian' spy laws
Prime Minister Julia Gillard is coming under renewed pressure to ease the wave of draconian powers handed to Australia's domestic spy agency since the September 11 attacks on the United States.
Global pipeline for April.
Hotel construction report summarizing the pipeline for Asia Pacific, USA, Sth America and more regions around the world.
The Honolulu Advertiser
Indonesian strongman's legacy remains a matter of debate
Tree-lined Cendana street in an upscale neighborhood in central Jakarta has not changed much in recent decades, save for the demolition of a few Dutch colonial homes in favor of modernist villas.
Asia News Network
The vibrant tale of batik
Leave it to the sun: Fabrics are spread to dry after they are boiled. Photo by Fahmi Anhar/The Jakarta Post The hand-painted batik designs of Lasem, a small district in the coastal regency of Rembang in northern Central Java, may not be as popular as those of Yogyakarta, Surakarta, Pekalongan, Cirebon or Madura.
Sun May 19, 2013
The Washington Post
Freeport Death Toll Rises to Eleven as CEO Adkerson Arrives
The death toll from an accident at Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold Inc.'s mine in Papua province rose to 11 as Chief Executive Officer Richard Adkerson arrived in Indonesia.
The challenges of reporting in Indonesia
ELIZABETH JACKSON: Reporting accurately is of course paramount in journalism, at least at the ABC.
Indonesia healthcare buckling under strain
Indonesia's public health industry is being pushed to the brink of collapse as the government tries to implement universal healthcare.
Sat May 18, 2013
Asian leaders strive to make reforms stick
Voters in the Philippines appear to have delivered a resounding victory to President Benigno Aquino in midterm elections.
AFP cuts in Jakarta 'silly': opposition
THE coalition says it would consider reversing a decision by the federal government to cut the number of Australian Federal Police officers in Jakarta.
Fri May 17, 2013
Indonesia court boosts indigeno...
JAKARTA: An Indonesian court has ruled indigenous people have the right to manage forests where they live, a move which supporters said prevents the government from handing over community-run land to businesses.