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  1. Photos of the Day: Dec. 19Read the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Wall Street Journal

    Daniel Boehm of Germany competes during the IBU Biathlon World Cup Men's Sprint on Friday in Pokljuka, Slovenia. Stanko Gruden/Agence Zoom/Getty Images A tractor decorated for Christmas sits in a field near Walla Walla, Wash.


  2. Weekly Wrap Up: Snow Shuts Down Kansas City Highways While Mudslides Hit Western US and IndonesiaRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | AccuWeather.com

    Following a fast-hitting storm, Thursday morning commuters across Kansas City were slowed by snow-packed roadways and vehicle related incidents. The first substantial snowstorm of the season, which totaled nearly 5 inches of snow in some areas, was responsible for widespread slide-offs and accidents during the commuting hours.


  3. Indonesian human rights advocate: Neil Bantleman should be freedRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | CBC News

    A human rights advocate in Indonesia says the courts should free Canadian teacher Neil Bantleman and Indonesian teacher's aide Ferdinand Tijong. Bantleman has called the allegations "baseless" and "completely false."


  4. Indonesia threatens action against Taiwanese boatsRead the original story

    8 hrs ago | ETaiwanNews.com

    Jakarta, Dec. 19 Indonesia's new minister of marine affairs and fisheries said Friday that four Taiwanese vessels suspected of fishing illegally in Indonesian waters will likely be confiscated if caught and then possibly blown up and sunk. Susi Pudjiastuti spelled out the warning in an interview with CNA after her ministry detected four Taiwanese fishing boats likely operating illegally in Indonesian waters on Thursday through a vessel automatic identification system.


  5. Go West, Young HanRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Counterpunch

    Patrick L. Smith on the decline and fall of American journalism; Peter Lee on China and its Uyghur problem; Dave Macaray on brain trauma, profits and the NFL; Lee Ballinger on the bloody history of cotton. PLUS: "The Vindication of Love" by JoAnn Wypijewski; "The Age of SurrealPolitick" by Jeffrey St. Clair; "The Radiation Zone" by Kristin Kolb; "Washington's Enemies List" by Mike Whitney; "The School of Moral Statecraft" by Chris Floyd and "The Surveillance Films of Laura Poitras" by Kim Nicolini.


  6. Indonesia urged not to open fire on ROC fishing boatsRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | The China Post

    Taiwan yesterday urged Indonesia to refrain from firing on fishing boats illegally operating in Indonesian waters following reports the Southeast Asian country's navy was hunting four Taiwanese vessels to enforce Jakarta's vow to take a hard line against poaching. Officials with Taiwan's Fisheries Agency asked that Jakarta observe international protocol that allows its authorities to seize poaching vessels and arrest their crews, but forbids them from opening firing.


  7. Lower oil prices expected to boost Asian demand growth in 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Thanh Nein News

    Lower oil prices could boost demand in Asia in 2015, with spot interest for diesel, Asia's most widely used fuel, picking up in countries like Vietnam, Philippines and Indonesia, traders and analysts said. Asia's oil demand is expected to grow 660,000 barrels per day to 31.11 million bpd in 2015, up from this year's growth of 610,000 bpd, according to estimates by oil and gas consultancy KBC Advanced Technologies.


  8. Jet Asia Airways Scheduled Service Expansion Continues with Inaugural Flights to Jakarta and JeddahRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | PR Newswire

    The airline has also introduced a new service every Tuesday and Wednesday from . Flights will be operated by a Boeing 767-300ER aircraft with a capacity of 268 passengers in a convenient 2-3-2 seating arrangement.


  9. Millions of dollars for Aceh go missingRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | The Age

    Ten years after the Boxing Day tsunami, an $11 million waste recycling station, built with aid funds, sits idle in Aceh, one of the poorest provinces in Indonesia. Millions of dollars in foreign donations which flowed into Aceh after the Boxing Day tsunami a decade ago disappeared into the pockets of the province's new political elite despite a broadly successful and corruption-free reconstruction process.


  10. EEAS in Indonesia: It is logical to exit health programmes in middle income countriesRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | EurActiv.com

    In middle income countries, the EU will in the future focus its development aid efforts in fewer sectors. In Indonesia, this means that health will not be a priority, though the country still has huge problems with the spread of HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis, where the help of the Global Fund will not be enough.


  11. Ten years on, tsunami survivors in Indonesia hope to move onRead the original story

    14 hrs ago | Reuters

    A decade after a 10-metre tsunami washed away two of her three children, her home and business, Salawati is finally getting her life back on track in Indonesia's western-most Banda Aceh province. The 47 year old survivor of the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami, which killed 226,000 people around the region, is one of thousands who have gradually rebuilt their livelihoods from scratch with the help of billions of dollars in aid.


  12. Indonesian telcos insist govt provide incentives before they commit to five-year broadband expansionRead the original story

    15 hrs ago | TeleGeography CommsUpdate

    The Jakarta Post reports Indonesian operators PT Telekomunikasi Indonesia , PT XL Axiata and PT Indosat as saying that whilst they are behind the government's five-year broadband expansion plan, they will need 'certain incentives' before they can commit fully. Last week, CommsUpdate reported the minister for communications and technology, Mr Rudiantara, as saying that state-owned Telkom would set the pace in the country's proposed USD24 billion drive to expand the country's broadband capacity over the next five years.


  13. Indonesian president lays out reform agendaRead the original story

    15 hrs ago | Newkerala.com

    Indonesian President Joko Widodo has unveiled an economic agenda, which includes plans to boost domestic production, spur growth and improve the fiscal balance. The new government would implement a different approach in developing the economy, Jokowi said Thursday, adding that he sought to reform what he called the "wrong" public policy approach undertaken by his predecessors, The Jakarta Post reported.


  14. NPCT1 to Develop New CT in JakartaRead the original story

    16 hrs ago | Marine News

    PT. Pelabuhan Indonesia II , Mitsui & Co, Ltd. , Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha and PSA International Pte Ltd have agreed to jointly participate in the construction and operation of a new container terminal at Tanjung Priok Port, Jakarta, Indonesia. This new terminal will be developed and operated by the newly established project company PT New Priok Container Terminal One .


  15. SE Asia Stocks-Most end stronger; US Fed signal continues to boost sentimentRead the original story

    17 hrs ago | Reuters

    Most Southeast Asian stock markets rose on Friday as the U.S. Federal Reserve's pledge to be "patient" about hiking interest rates continued to boost sentiment. The Fed's signal "continues to be the positive catalyst that supports the global market rally," Jakarta's BNI Securities said in a research note on Friday.


  16. 9 hurt, 1 missing after volcano eruptsRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Bangkok Post

    At least one person went missing and nine others were injured, four of them seriously, after a volcano in eastern Indonesia erupted, a government official said Friday. Mt. Gamalama, in the North Maluku provincial capital of Ternate, erupted at 10.41pm Thursday local time, spewing volcanic ash up to 2,000 metres into the air.


  17. .com | 9 injured, 1 missing after Indonesian volcanic eruptionRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | News24

    Jakarta - Nine people were injured and another was missing as they scrambled to escape a volcanic eruption in eastern Indonesia, an official said on Friday. The Mount Gamalama volcano in North Maluku province erupted late Thursday, sending ash and rocks 2 000m into the sky, said Sutopo Nugroho, a spokesperson for the National Disaster Management Agency.


  18. The Government of Indonesia, UNESCO, Panasonic Join Hands to Support...Read the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Information Technology

    The Ministry of Culture and Elementary and Secondary Education of the Republic of Indonesia, PT. Taman Wisata Candi Borobudur, Prambanan and Ratu Boko [*1], the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization Office in Jakarta, and Corporation signed a four-way Memorandum of Understanding on October 9 to promote "conservation and awareness raising for the protection of UNESCO World Heritage Sites" and "education and cultural activities aimed at sustainable development for young people in the vicinity of the Borobudur, Prambanan, Ratu Boko sites in Indonesia."


  19. SE Asia Stocks-Mostly up as U.S. Fed stance boosts sentimentRead the original story

    22 hrs ago | Reuters

    Most Southeast Asian stock markets continued their rally on Friday as global markets cheered the U.S. Federal Reserve's pledge to be "patient" in its interest rate decision. The Fed's signal "continues to be the positive catalyst that supports the global market rally," BNI Securities in Jakarta said in a research note on Friday.


  20. JAKARTA: Yudhoyono treads the neutral line to stay relevantRead the original story

    22 hrs ago | Asia News Network

    Indonesian politics may be entering a fascinating new era, with the pending emergence of a neutral bloc that will act as the balance of power between the ruling coalition of president Joko Widodo and the opposition of losing presidential candidate Prabowo Subianto who forms the majority in Parliament. The floating bloc revolves around former president Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono's Democrat Party, which has 61 seats in the House.