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City 02:38 pm
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City 01:59 pm
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National 01:45 pm
Toll road construction sped up to accommodate Idul Fitri travelers
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National 01:25 pm
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According to the Central Java administration, the number of homebound travelers entering the provinc...
Science & Tech 01:17 pm
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Philippines peace talks with communist rebels break down
Peace talks between the Philippine government and communistinsurgents broke down on Saturday af...
National 12:38 pm
Extraordinary measures needed to root out terrorists: BIN chief
State Intelligence Agency (BIN) chairman Budi Gunawan said on Sunday that Indonesia would need to pu...
News 12:34 pm
Ericsson, ITB collaborate for Internet of Things research
Swedish telecommunications equipment company Ericsson and Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB) sign...
National 10:56 am
Convicted drug smuggler Corby returns to Australia from Bali
Convicted drug smuggler Schapelle Leigh Corby of Australia departed from Ngurah Rai International Ai...
National 10:25 am
Investigation of helicopter procurement graft might target higher officials
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Lifestyle 10:06 am
Ramadhan Jazz Festival to return to Menteng mosque
The fifth installment of Ramadhan Jazz Festival is set to return to Cut Meutia Mosque Plaza in Mente...
News 08:45 am
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Wonogiri regency in Central Java celebrated its 276th anniversary last week by presenting the kethek...
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World 22 hours ago
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Entertainment 23 hours ago
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Blitar-based troupe perform the Ramayana ballet, East Javanese style
The performance featured Blitar-based performers and showed Ramayana in East Javanese style.
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- South Jakarta to record newcomers, increase security
- Anies Baswedan's brother passes away
- Former first lady calls for fight against intolerance
- ‘Jamu’ fuels Jokowi’s frenetic schedule
- Palembang develops colorful kampong for Asian Games 2018
- Bogor ensures plentiful stocks of staple foods during Ramadhan
- Klender station reopens