Politicians from President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono’s Democratic Party
have asked the President’s brother in-law, Gen. (ret) Pramono Edhie
JAKARTA (JP): Israel took the initiative in responding to President Abdurrahman Wahid's desire to open trade ties with the Jewish state by lobbying top legislators here on Wednesday.
JAKARTA (JP): Stern measures to restore order and security in restive Maluku and North Maluku are a prerequisite for peace there, intellectuals concluded on Wednesday.
YOGYAKARTA (JP): Eros Djarot, chief editor of weekly tabloid Detak, asserted his readiness to be nominated chairman of the Indonesian Democratic Party of Struggle (PDI-Perjuangan) replacing Meg
JAKARTA (JP): A senior member of the Commission of Inquiry into Human Rights Violations (KPP HAM) in East Timor has complained that UNTAET has been uncooperative in uncovering alleged rights…
JAKARTA (JP): One of the four active Indonesian Military officers serving in the Cabinet hinted on Wednesday that documents officially retiring them from military service may already have been signed
PURWOKERTO, Central Java (JP): The government has had more than 3,000 ostriches exterminated in a bid to curb the spread of anthrax in Purwakarta, West Java.
MATARAM, West Nusa Tenggara: Strong waves have destroyed 24 houses in Melayu Bangsal fishing hamlet here over the last two days, at a time when the town is still counting…
DENPASAR, Bali: The local chapter of the Indonesian Guide Association staged a protest in front of the governor's office here on Tuesday, demanding firm action against illegal tourist guides operating
MEDAN, North Sumatra (JP): Two fire engines collided here in the wee hours of Tuesday morning when rushing to save the same burning building.
JAKARTA (JP): A dozen politicians and legislators called on Tuesday for an end to sectarian clashes and violence in a number of troubled provinces andwarned against ""a group of elites""…
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