US, RI relaunch Peace Corps program after 46 years
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM Indonesia and the United States signed an agreement Friday to relaunch the Peace Corps program that was halted in the 1960s over political tension between the two countries at the peak of the Cold War. The agreement will facilitate some 25 American volunteers to teach English in 25 schools and institutions in East Java, including Madura Island. Retno L.P. Marsudi, the Foreign Ministry's...
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