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Cop-on-cop killing rocks and roils Indonesia

Asiatimes 11 Aug 2022
JAKARTA – Public outrage and the direct intervention of President Joko Widodo have led to the arrest of a powerful police general accused of ordering the murder and subsequent cover-up of his own aide-de-camp in a dark drama that has transfixed Indonesia ... Jakarta, March 31, 2021.
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Fixing Jakarta's commuter pollution problem

The Jakarta Post 10 Aug 2022
There are no coal-fired power plants within Jakarta’s city boundary;  Muara Karang power plant in North Jakarta has been converted to gas fuel as part ...
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Indonesia Data Center Market Investment Analysis & Growth Opportunity Report 2022-2027 - ResearchAndMarkets.com

Eagle-Tribune 04 Aug 2022
In Indonesia, Jakarta is a preferred location with better network connectivity and proximity to the end-users to improve the latency ... For instance, DCI Indonesia opened its first phase in the H2 data center campus with a power capacity of around 15 MW, and the campus will be powered by solar farms built inside the campus.
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Indonesia, US hold biggest joint military drills as Indo-Pacific tensions rise

Arab News 03 Aug 2022
JAKARTA ... The joint military drills signal Indonesia’s position on balancing engagement with major powers, Muhammad Waffaa Kharisma, a researcher from the Jakarta-based Center for Strategic and International Studies, told Arab News ... “We are not leaning toward any power in particular and stand on our own interest to preserve regional peace.”.
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England captain Williamson making her mark without having to tackle

The Observer 29 Jul 2022
“We all understand it’s a privilege to use football’s power to do good,” says Williamson ... Whether you grow up in London, Jordan or Jakarta, the game has the power to bring people together and, sometimes, offer them a lifeline.”.
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Japan extends US$322m aid to Indonesia for hydropower plants

Malaysian National News Agency 28 Jul 2022
MOSCOW, July 27 (Bernama) -- Tokyo will allocate a loan of 43.6 billion yen (US$322 million) to Jakarta for the construction of hydroelectric power plants as the sides reached the agreement at a meeting between Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida and Indonesian President Joko Widodo, reported Sputnik, quoting a media report on Wednesday.
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Narco-terrorism might become a global reality: Report

Beijing News 28 Jul 2022
Afghanistan along with border areas of Pakistan has been struggling with constant social and legal troubles due to narcotics trafficking and terrorism/extremism, the Jakarta Post reported. The Taliban seized power in Afghanistan in August 2021, however, the illicit opium trade was ...
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For residents of Jakarta’s port district, coal is the neighbor no one wants

Mongabay 27 Jul 2022
JAKARTA — In May, Indonesians breathed a sigh of relief ... Marunda’s residents say they have been struggling with coal dust permeating the air since 2019, after KCN began to expand its operation, a key distribution point for coal headed to power plants in and around the Jakarta area.
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Japan, Indonesia to boost naval security ties as China rises

Omaha World-Herald 27 Jul 2022
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AP News in Brief at 6:04 p.m. EDT

The Lawton Constitution 25 Jul 2022
Jerry Nadler, 75, and Carolyn Maloney, 76, are part of a crop of Democrats who rose to power in the 1990s only to fail on issues ranging from guns to climate change and abortion ... JAKARTA, Indonesia (AP) — The Chinese military has become significantly more aggressive and dangerous over the past five years, the top U.S.
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Vice Governor: Innovation and Collaboration are Essential in Controlling Inflation

Berita Jakarta 21 Jul 2022
To maintain purchasing power in Jakarta, TPID should be able to keep the prices of necessities under control and stable ... meaning that Jakarta's inflation is still within the national inflation target range and efforts to maintain people's purchasing power can be maintained.
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Google, Meta bow to sweeping taxes, content curbs in Indonesia

The Star 19 Jul 2022
Alphabet Inc’s Google and Meta Platforms Inc’s Facebook have submitted to Indonesian regulations that grant Jakarta sweeping powers to shut down content it deems undesirable and tax digital sales. Read full story ... .
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Nine shot dead in Indonesia's restive Papua, say police

Reuters 16 Jul 2022
Register ... But critics say the move will give Jakarta more power over the far-flung, resource-rich region, where a low-level battle for independence has been waged since the area became part of Indonesia after a controversial United Nations-supervised vote in 1969 ... "Jakarta's divide-and-rule strategy was opposed across the board in Papua .
photo: AP / Tatan Syuflana
A supporter of the independence of the West Papua wears headband with the colors of the banned separatist 'Morning Star' flag takes a part during a rally
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9 civilians shot dead in Indonesia’s restive Papua, days after protests over new law that will see 5 provinces...

South China Morning Post 16 Jul 2022
Police said incident occurred on Saturday morning in a remote highland area; they believe it was carried out by armed separatists. Critics say Jakarta’s move to add more provinces will give it more power over region, amid low-level independence....
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Nine shot dead in Indonesia’s restive Papua, say police

FX Empire 16 Jul 2022
Authorities were investigating the incident but had prioritised evacuated civilians, he said ... But critics say the move will give Jakarta more power over the far-flung, resource-rich region, where a low-level battle for independence has been waged since the area became part of Indonesia after a controversial United Nations-supervised vote in 1969.

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