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Omnibus bill on job creation: game changer for whom?

When the House of Representatives’ legislation body started a hearing session on the omnibus bill on job ...

COVID-19 disrupts Baliem Valley tradition to welcome Ramadhan

Muslims in Walesi and Tulima villages, Walesi Sub-District, Jayawijaya, Papua, did not hold the joint stone-burning ...

Indonesia's cultural capital makes communication diverse, creative

Sociologist at the University of Indonesia Dr Imam Prasodjo believes that Indonesia’s invaluable wealth, ...

A closer look at Taiwan's efforts to tackle COVID-19

The threat of emerging infectious diseases to global health, economy, trade, and tourism refuses to die ...

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Lessons learned from Indonesia's polio outbreak to defeat coronavirus

With the number of new cases continuing to swell, the novel corona virus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic has been ...

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Key takeaways from the cholera outbreak that devastated Batavia

At least 597,185 people worldwide have contracted the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), an infectious ailment caused by ...

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Alluring dark poems of South American poets

Mama told us of a white forest in Russia: “... and we made little men out of snow and put hats we stole from ...

Thousands of residents participate in "Mekotek" Tradition in Badung

Thousands of residents in the Munggu Village area, Badung District, Bali Province, participated in the ...

Minister launches green investment for Papua, West Papua

Coordinating Minister for Maritime Affairs and Investment Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan has launched a green investment ...

Sludge allegedly from Malaysia, Singapore, pollutes Bintan's shore

 Black sludge has polluted Senggiling beach, a tourist spot on Bintan island, Riau Islands province, for the past ...

Government to pursue human right violation case

Government will act on a report of Komnas HAM on alleged human rights violations in Paniai, Papua, on December 7 and 8, ...

Sebangau peat forest, a paradise under threat

A man in his 30s checks a motorboat's engine, while travelers board a vessel at Kereng Bekirai Port, one of the two ...

NTB natives reject cable car to protect, preserve Mt Rinjani

Indigenous people of North Bayan, Lombok Island, West Nusa Tenggara (NTB), expressed their rejection to a plan to ...

House of Representatives approves 50 bills in 2020

Indonesia's House of Representatives approves 50 bills as priorities to be passed into laws in 2020 during a ...

Papua police chief deplores blockade against students

Papua Police Chief Inspector General Paulus Waterpauw deplored the blockade by 15 Papuan students against their peers ...