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JAKARTA, Indonesia-A former deputy governor of Indonesia's central bank was charged Thursday with allegedly taking bribes and abusing power in a bank bailout, as corruption emerges as a top issue in coming elections.
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Reaching out to 450,000 Singaporeans eligible for the Pioneer Generation Package may be a massive exercise.
Indonesia's highest Islamic body has issued a religious edict declaring that the hunting and trading of endangered species are immoral, an official said Thursday.
Customs officers arrested two men and seized 2,640 packets of duty-unpaid cigarettes in a raid on a terrace house off Yio Chu Kang Road on Thursday.
PT Cita Mineral Investindo Tbk, an Indonesian bauxite miner, has secured a loan worth $330 million with one-year tenure via its unit PT Well Harvest Winning Alumina Refinery to develop a smelter-grade alumina plant, the company said in a statement.
Singapore's super rich are always on the lookout for new playthings. At a jetty near Changi Airport over the weekend, a vehicle called the Humdinga - a cross between a Hummer and a boat - was launched in a display for local media.
Indonesia should keep more resources such as natural gas at home to bolster its domestic industries, according to Aburizal Bakrie, who rates himself the favorite to win a presidential election to be held in July.
An explosion at an Indonesian navy ammunition warehouse near Jakarta killed one person and injured dozens of others, authorities said.
National carrier Vietnam Airlines has reported yet another in-flight theft attempted by a Chinese passenger which is the third case this year.
Jose Belo was shackled, hung upside down, electrocuted, beaten, burnt and jailed for three years in the mid-1990s because of his resistance to Indonesia's brutal occupation of East Timor.
Hilton Worldwide has announced the opening of Hilton Suites Makkah First Tower at the heartland of Saudi Arabia.
BlackBerry might have been on the wane as a smartphone company for years now, no thanks to the meteoric rise of Android, iOS, and even Windows Phone in certain markets, but this does not mean that the company is dead and buried.
As Indonesia gears up for twin elections this year, the pivotal figure is a woman in her late sixties who has been trounced all three times that she has contested for president.
An 87-year-old Singaporean woman was found dead on Tuesday evening in her unit at Springdale Condominium along Hindhede Walk in Bukit Timah.