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Omnibus law: Govt, House to delay discussion on labour issues

The Indonesian Government and the House of Representatives have agreed to delay deliberations on labour issues covered ...

Jakarta rally expresses solidarity for Indian Muslims

Indonesian Muslims conducted a rally in front of the Indian Embassy here, Friday, as a mark of their solidarity for ...

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Indonesians react over violence against Muslims in India

Indian Ambassador to Indonesia Pradeep Kumar Rawat, on February 28 visited Coordinating Minister for Political, Legal ...

RI should protest discrimination against Indian Muslims: MUI

The Indonesian Ulemas Council (MUI) has appealed to the Indonesian government not to remain silent but rather take an ...

US unilateral decision may affect Indonesia's current account

The United States (U.S.) government's unilateral decision to exclude Indonesia from the list of developing nations ...

Nahdlatul Ulama's GP Ansor condemns violence against Muslims in India

GP Ansor, the Nahdlatul Ulama-affiliated Islamic youth organization, denounced the violent acts against Muslims in ...

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Government must fulfill its obligations to uphold human rights

The Asian Forum for Human Rights and Development and members in Indonesia, expressed concern over continual violation ...

Spokesman believes omnibus law on job creation will spur economy

Presidential spokesman Fadjroel Rachman opined that the omnibus law on job creation is projected to boost ...

Thousands of workers rally to protest enactment of omnibus law

Thousands of workers staged a rally in front of the North Sumatra Provincial Legislative Assembly (DPRD) building on ...

200 police officers secure rally at Law and Human Rights Ministry

Some 200 police officers were deployed to secure a rally outside the Law and Human Rights Ministry here on Wednesday to ...

Lack of evidence stalls human rights violations settlement

Lack of evidence and the absence of an ad hoc human rights tribunal have stalled efforts to settle past gross human ...

Papua police chief deplores blockade against students

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

11 native Papuan students fail to leave Papua to resume their studies

Eleven native Papuan students who wanted to return to their universities in cities outside the Papua and West Papua ...

TNI confirms Chinese vessels have exited Indonesian EEZ

Joint Defense Regional Commands (Kogabwilhan) Commander I Rear Adm. Yudo Margono made assurance of the Chinese coast ...

Chinese coast guard and fishing vessels still trespass Indonesian EEZ

Three Indonesian naval ships found many Chinese coast guard and fishing vessels remain in Indonesia's exclusive ...