Politicians from President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono’s Democratic Party
have asked the President’s brother in-law, Gen. (ret) Pramono Edhie
MERAUKE, Irian Jaya: After an extensive two-week search, officials said on Tuesday the remaining 161 passengers of a ship which sank on Oct. 18 were missing and presumed dead.
PURWOKERTO, Central Java: The controversial closure of the information ministry has been a boon to Video Compact Disc (VCD) rentals in Banyumas regency previously closed by the ministry.
SEMARANG: About 11 million children, mostly under-fives, are suffering frommalnutrition in Central Java, provincial legislator Abdul Kadir Karding said on Tuesday.
JAKARTA (JP): Shrugging off criticisms over his appointment, new Minister of Manpower Bomer Pasaribu has pledged to set up good industrial relations and step up labor exports in an effort…
JAKARTA (JP): A group of woman activists urged the new government on Tuesday to take human rights abuses against women and children more seriously.
MAKASSAR, South Sulawesi (JP): The provincial legislature here invited on Tuesday People's Consultative Assembly Speaker (MPR) Amien Rais and House of Representatives (DPR) Speaker Akbar Tandjung for
SEMARANG (JP): Nahdlatul Ulama (NU) vowed to be critical if need be toward President Abdurrahman Wahid's government, chief of NU's Central Java chapter Achmad said on Tuesday.
JAKARTA (JP): President Abdurrahman Wahid is scheduled to preside over his first plenary Cabinet meeting on Wednesday morning at Bina Graha presidential office, Coordinating Minister for Economy, Fina
JAKARTA (JP): Three foreign envoys who visited East Nusa Tenggara on Tuesday assured the 230,000 East Timorese refugees there the former Indonesian province was secure enough for them to return…
JAKARTA (JP): After officially taking over the reins of the foreign ministry on Tuesday, Alwi Shihab stressed his determination to maintain Indonesia's principles in its foreign policy, including main
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