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Dr M: M'sia-Indonesia ties will continue to thrive under Jokowi-Ma'aruf leadership

The prime minister says this when congratulating Jokowi on his appointment as Indonesia's president for 2019-2024.

by Bernama
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Indonesian ministry signs deal with China on high-speed train operation

Signing of co-operation document is meant to prepare Indonesian workers to operate and maintain Jakarta-Bandung HSR train. 

by Bernama
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Indonesian minister stable after being stabbed by suspected Islamic radical

Chief Security Minister Wiranto attacked while attending a public function, the suspect and his partner arrested.

by Reuters
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Jokowi opens door to dialogue with Papuan separatists

This is a departure from the stance of previous governments and some of the cabinet ministers.

by Reuters
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Indonesia police fire tear gas as rallies over new laws turn violent

Police say they fired tear gas after protesters refused to disperse and threw rocks, bottles and fireworks at officers.

by Reuters
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Indonesia protests enter second week as vote on sex-ban bill delayed

Several thousand students, activists and union members gathered again today near parliament in Jakarta.

by Reuters
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Death toll in east Indonesia quake rises to 30

Hundreds of thousands of people remain in evacuation shelters.

by Reuters
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Indonesia president urges police restraint after student protesters' deaths

Two students are killed while taking part in protests that have spread to become the country’s biggest.

by Reuters
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Greenpeace protests outside Genting HQ over alleged oil palm fires

It alleges that the multinational is responsible for some of the plantation fires in Indonesia.

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M’sia records no ‘unhealthy’ API reading as haze improves

Majority of the areas recorded ‘moderate’ readings as at 7am - Environment Department.

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Indonesia student protests against law changes enter third day

They are protesting against proposed new laws including the banning of extramarital sex and insulting the president's honour.

by Reuters
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RSPO investigating Genting subsidiary over plantation hotspots

UPDATED 5.18PM | Probe follows Greenpeace claim that Genting plantations burnt 8,100ha in 2015-2018.

by Zikri Kamarulzaman
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Indonesia says 20 killed, scores hurt in fresh unrest in West Papua

In the latest violence, 16 civilians were killed and 65 hurt in the town of Wamena, where protesters had set buildings ablaze.

by Reuters
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Police fire water cannon as Indonesians rally against new laws

Tens of thousands of students gather against a new criminal code that penalises adultery and revised laws on corruption.

by Reuters
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'This is earth not Mars': Blood red skies unsettle Indonesians

The current El Nino weather pattern exacerbates the annual dry season and helps create a haze across the region.

by Reuters
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Thousands still live in tents in Palu after quake, tsunami

The disasters on Sept 28 last year killed more than 4,300 people and forced 170,000 residents to evacuate.

by Bernama
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