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The Republic of Indonesia is committed to initiatives that will facilitate increased trade between it and Nigeria, with a target of about N80.4 billion trade volume in 2013.
JAKARTA, Indonesia , Dec. 16 -- World Bank issued the following news release: Reversing the slower growth forecast for 2014 will require additional and more focused policy responses, says the World Bank's latest Indonesia Economic Quarterly report, released today.
JAKARTA, Indonesia - Think about it: Would you rather walk an extra 100 yards to the next crosswalk, or risk scrubbing public toilets in urban train stations? That's a question residents of Jakarta will be asking themselves in the coming months as the Indonesian capital escalates the battle against its legendary civic chaos.
State-owned insurance companies in Indonesia are bracing for the rollout of what will be the world's largest healthcare scheme, meaning better access to health services for millions of Indonesians who previously could not afford them.
CANBERRA, Australia -- Australia's Prime Minister Tony Abbott urged Indonesia to normalize relations, saying it is "high time" Jakarta resumed cooperation on the fight against people smuggling.
A 15-year-old teenager has been arrested for his suspected involvement in a series of rash acts by throwing items from his flat in eastern Singapore.
Diana, Princess of Wales listens to children during a visit to the British international school in Jakarta, Indonesia, on November 6, 1989.
Nelson Mandela was often described as the "world's elder statesman", a father figure tackling global problems.
Researchers at Duke Medicine are giving people another reason to lose weight in the new year: obesity-related illnesses are expensive.
Indonesia says it has arrested three more members of a terrorist network linked to the August bombing of a Buddhist temple in Jakarta.
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Prosecutors are seeking a 16-year prison sentence for a British woman accused of trafficking illegal drugs in Indonesia's second-largest city.
INDONESIA is about to head to the polls next year, and already the political temperature in the country is beginning to rise.
Relations with Jakarta have been frosty since revelations about phone-tapping by Australia in 2009 of both Mr Yudhoyono and his wife, among other top-level officials.
In its bid to deliver equal educational opportunities to its people, Indonesia is focusing its attention on better local government.
A greater police presence, stricter enforcement as well as less alcohol and congestion are some of the measures needed to make Little India a better place, said Transport Minister Lui Tuck Yew.