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  • RI files charges in Freeport mine shootings

    Police have charged two more suspects in a spate of deadly shootings at the Indonesian gold mine of US company Freeport, but the motive for the attacks remains a mystery,…

  • Theater Koma drama gives young crew center stage

    They're young, they're fresh and they've got something to prove; the younger members of the seasoned theater company, Teater Koma are as solid as their predecessors.

  • Text your say David case

    The family of David Hartanto Widjaya, who died at a university in Singapore, will take the case to the International Court after the subordinate court ruled that David committed suicide…

  • Index soars as company earnings boost market

    Jakarta stocks rose 3.25 percent Thursday, propelling the benchmark composite index to its highest level in more than a year as encouraging first-half corporate earnings buoyed the market with positive…

  • Text your say Demand for revote

    Megawati Soekarnoputri's camp has called for a re-vote or a runoff of the presidential election, and has filed a lawsuit against the General Elections Commission. Do you think this is…

  • A more politically confident SBY to propose his 2010 budget plan

    There are at least two positive factors that will make the 2010 budget proposal President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono will submit to the House of Representatives on Monday more politically and…

  • Secrecy bill meant to shut people up

    The original drafters of the state secrecy bill say that both legislators and the executive branch have ruined the bill by turning it into a weapon to limit public access…

  • Prevention key to winning war

    Police must increase preventative measures if terrorist attacks in Indonesia are to be stopped, experts said Thursday.

  • Roadblocks to rule during street party

    Put on some comfortable shoes and get ready for a few hundred meters of exhaust-free air, as the upcoming Kemang Festival will once more ban cars from parts of the…

  • Govt plans revolving funds for land acquisition

    The Public Works Ministry expects to take over the investment risks in toll construction projects from investors by preparing a revolving fund for land acquisition.