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Fuel prices may rise in November

President-elect Joko “Jokowi” Widodo said on Thursday he would risk damaging his popularity by raising the price of subsidized fuel…

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  • Jakarta councilors to receive lower pay

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    Newly inaugurated councilors have been challenged to attend City Council meetings regularly and to perform their legislative tasks well, as they will no longer receive meeting allowances.

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  • RI repairs ties, signs pact on intelligence with Australia

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    In a move to repair bilateral ties damaged in a spying row last year, Indonesia and Australia signed an agreement on security cooperation on Thursday.

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  • Danger of Ebola as haj pilgrims kept in dark

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    Around 170,000 Indonesians are set to fly to Saudi Arabia for the annual haj pilgrim in the coming weeks, but few are aware of the lurking danger of the Ebola…

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  • Three dead in pipeline explosion

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    As long queues to buy subsidized fuel continued to form across the country, a fire destroyed state oil-and-gas company Pertamina’s pipeline in Subang regency, West Java on Thursday, leaving three…

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  • Gerindra chairman passes away at 62

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    Gerindra Party chairman Suhardi passed away at the Pertamina Central Hospital in South Jakarta late on Thursday, a fellow politician has announced.

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  • Long queues stretch on for subsidized fuel

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    Long queues of vehicles were still evident at gas stations as of Wednesday, despite the fuel stock normalization policy that state-owned oil and gas company PT Pertamina has implemented to…

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