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Indonesian teenager survives 49 days adrift in Guam waters – Jakarta Post

Sunday, 23 September 2018 7:12 am


Jakarta Post
Indonesian teenager survives 49 days adrift in Guam waters
Jakarta Post
Aldi Novel Adilang, 19, had one of the loneliest jobs in the world: He was a lamp keeper for a floating fish trap, 125 kilometers out at sea, with weekly brief human contact and a walkie-talkie. After keeping the trap for months, a hard wind on July 14

KPU Responds to Democrat Party Leader`s Protest – En Tempo.co

Sunday, 23 September 2018 6:48 am


En Tempo.co
KPU Responds to Democrat Party Leader`s Protest
En Tempo.co
CO, Jakarta – The Indonesian General Election Commission (KPU) responded to a protest filed by Democratic Party (PD) leader Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono who left a peaceful election campaign declaration event on Sunday. "Actually … "Yudhoyono came to the

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Indonesia presidential contenders vow peaceful campaign – National Post

Sunday, 23 September 2018 4:42 am


En Tempo.co
Indonesia presidential contenders vow peaceful campaign
National Post
JAKARTA, Indonesia — Campaigning for Indonesia's presidential election has officially begun with the two contenders releasing white doves and vowing a peaceful race as concerns simmer the campaign will sharpen religious and ethnic divides.
2019 Election Campaign Starts Off with Peace DeclarationEn Tempo.co
Indonesia's Widodo has edge in bid for second presidential termNikkei Asian Review
Currency woes, fake news feature as campaigning kicks off for April's Indonesian presidential electionThe Japan Times
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Indonesian diaspora can work as government workers, new rule says – Jakarta Post

Friday, 21 September 2018 2:28 pm


Jakarta Post
Indonesian diaspora can work as government workers, new rule says
Jakarta Post
Indonesian professionals living overseas will soon be able to work in ministries and state institutions without having to apply as civil servants, a scheme that the government says will give them more flexibility while contributing in developing the

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