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  1. Hello Joko "Jokowi" Widodo, President of IndonesiaRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | CFR.org

    Joko "Jokowi" Widodo appears at a rally in Proklamasi Monument Park in Jakarta on July 9, 2014.

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  2. Indonesia Girds for Vote Result Risking Outflows: Southeast AsiaRead the original story

    Sunday Jul 20 | Bloomberg

    Indonesia 's election commission is in the final stages of the vote count in a presidential ballot where both candidates claim victory, as police prepare for possible street protests that may spur capital outflows.

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  3. Banten-BelitungRead the original story

    Friday Jul 18 | Stranger in Paradise

    About thirty years ago, while researching a book on Balinese architecture, I stumbled upon a late 19th century Dutch lithograph of a distinctly Balinese-looking temple on the banks of a broad river in the West Javanese regency of Banten.

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  4. In the Shadow of the APEC BillboardsRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 16 | Stranger in Paradise

    Yesterday, at the tooth-filing of a Balinese friend's children, one of the participants - a teenage boy with a barbed wire tattoo around his neck - chucked a major crossed arm 'narsis' on the ceremonial bed .

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    Saturday Jul 12 | Stranger in Paradise

    Despite alarming signs that Bali Tourism in bursting at the seams, Jakartans still flock here.

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  6. In Indonesia vote, ballots travel on horseback and by boatRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 8 | Channelnewsasia.com

    Carrying ballot boxes on their backs, Indonesian tribesmen climbed barefoot up a mountain in a remote part of Borneo island to ensure a small village would not miss the chance to take part in Wednesday's presidential poll.

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  7. In the Shadow of the APEC BillboardsRead the original story

    Monday Jul 7 | Stranger in Paradise

    Yesterday, at the tooth-filing of a Balinese friend's children, one of the participants - a teenage boy with a barbed wire tattoo around his neck - chucked a major crossed arm 'narsis' on the ceremonial bed .

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  8. Election fever grips IndonesiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 7 | The Peninsula

    Indonesia's presidential candidates Prabowo Subianto and Joko "Jokowi" Widodo during their election campaign rallies in Bandung, West Java and Jakarta respectively.

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  9. In the Shadow of the APEC BillboardsRead the original story

    Saturday Jul 5 | Stranger in Paradise

    Yesterday, at the tooth-filing of a Balinese friend's children, one of the participants - a teenage boy with a barbed wire tattoo around his neck - chucked a major crossed arm 'narsis' on the ceremonial bed .

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  10. Banten-BelitungRead the original story

    Saturday Jul 5 | Stranger in Paradise

    About thirty years ago, while researching a book on Balinese architecture, I stumbled upon a late 19th century Dutch lithograph of a distinctly Balinese-looking temple on the banks of a broad river in the West Javanese regency of Banten.

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  11. Jokowi goes for minor haj before presidential polls on July 9Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 5 | The Straits Times

    Presidential candidate Joko Widodo plans to go to Saudi Arabia for a minor haj or umrah during the quiet period to seek God's blessing ahead of the election on July 9. "During the quiet period, I usually perform umrah.

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  12. Two million Indonesian expats begin presidential voteRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 4 | ABC News

    Indonesia's global diaspora of just over 2 million people has begun casting their votes for the election of the country's next president.

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  13. Indonesian voters place hopes in would-be president's pastRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 29 | Daily Times

    IN the Indonesian city of Solo, where powerful sultans once reigned supreme, residents are fervently backing a commoner who transformed their city in his bid to become president.

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  14. Indonesian voters place hopes in...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 29 | Suria

    In the Indonesian city of Solo, where powerful sultans once reigned supreme, residents are fervently backing a commoner who transformed their city in his bid to become president.

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  15. Asia's Week: Looking for Economic Edge in Looming Indonesia VoteRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 27 | Forbes.com

    As the July 9 Indonesian presidential election moved onto center stage in Southeast Asia, world media were forming their take on the campaign.

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  16. Banten-BelitungRead the original story

    Thursday Jun 26 | Stranger in Paradise

    About thirty years ago, while researching a book on Balinese architecture, I stumbled upon a late 19th century Dutch lithograph of a distinctly Balinese-looking temple on the banks of a broad river in the West Javanese regency of Banten.

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  17. Tiger frolicking in the waterRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 22, 2014 | Xinhuanet

    Dody Kusama captured Sumatra tigers frolicking in the water in order to cool themselves down at Ragunan Zoo, South Jakarta. (Photo: xinhuanet travel/huanqiu.com)

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  18. Mud flung as Indonesia presidential race heats upRead the original story

    Jun 21, 2014 | Reuters

    One of the two hopefuls in Indonesia's presidential election has been accused of being a closet Christian, the other of being a foreigner and unfit to lead the nation.

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  19. Banten-BelitungRead the original story

    Jun 20, 2014 | Stranger in Paradise

    About thirty years ago, while researching a book on Balinese architecture, I stumbled upon a late 19th century Dutch lithograph of a distinctly Balinese-looking temple on the banks of a broad river in the West Javanese regency of Banten.

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  20. Winding road to Indonesian democracyRead the original story

    Jun 18, 2014 | Asia Times

    Winding road to Indonesian democracy By Michael Vatikiotis and John McBeth JAVA - Hugging the north coast of Java virtually parallel to the equator runs one of Indonesia's oldest roads, a two-lane carriageway that is perhaps an even more vital commercial artery now than when it was originally built.

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