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Indonesia plans to use weather changing technology to try to unleash torrents of rain and extinguish raging fires on Sumatra island that have cloaked neighbouring Singapore in thick haze, an official said Wednesday.
Executives from Asia News Network met in Singapore last week to unveil new media initiatives for leading regional advertising agencies.
The in-coming chair of the Melanesian Spearhead Group, Mickael Forrest, opening the pre-summit Senior Officials Meeting at Poindimie, New Caledonia, last week before the main conference today and tomorrow.
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The situation in Tembagapura mile 74, a Freeport Indonesia mining area, is reported to be quiet again after incidents of property damage perpetrated by a mob at 7:30 p.m. local time on Sunday.
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.
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.
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.
Indonesia's parliament is expected to approve a budget that will slash government fuel subsidies, a move that will save the government billions of dollars but has already sparked angry protests opposing increased gasoline prices.
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.
Indonesia's parliament could pass measures on Monday paving the way for a 33 per cent rise in the country's fuel prices to reduce a government subsidy bill that has cast a shadow over Southeast Asia's biggest economy - PHOTO: AFP [JAKARTA] Indonesia's parliament could pass measures on Monday paving the way for a 33 per cent rise in the country's ... (more)