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January 23, 2023

Jakarta Post Editorial - January 23, 2023

Jakarta – Soccer is a magnet. The gravity of it in luring fans and masses is enormous.

Jakarta Post - January 23, 2023

Jakarta (Agancies) – President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo's approval rating has hit an all-time high after the government eased COVID-19 restrictions last month, a poll showed on Sunday.

Tempo - January 23, 2023

Ade Ridwan Yandwiputra, Jakarta – Consulting firm Supply Chain Indonesia (SCI) said that the economic slowdown and the threat of a global recession have slowly affected Indonesia.

Tempo - January 23, 2023

Andry Triyanto Tjitra, Eka Yudha Saputra, Jakarta – The Indonesian Survey Institute (LSI) disclosed in its recent survey that although President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo had ended the publi

Tempo - January 23, 2023

Eka Yudha Saputra, Jakarta – The National Police's Anti-terror Special Detachment or Densus 88 confiscated two homemade bombs from AW, a suspected terrorist and ISIS sympathizer, who wa

Jakarta Globe - January 23, 2023

Antara, Jakarta – Indonesia aims to reduce the deficit in bilateral trade with Saudi Arabia, which became its major trade partner last year, amid huge reliance on oil imports from the K

Tempo - January 23, 2023

M Julnis Firmansyah, Eka Yudha Saputra, Fajar Pebrianto, Jakarta – Indonesia's Defense Minister Prabowo Subianto confirmed that his ministry would orchestrate information from the State

Jakarta Globe - January 23, 2023

Yustinus Paat, Jakarta – Sandiaga Uno attended an event hosted by the Great Indonesia Movement Party, or Gerindra, in Jakarta on Monday in a gesture of loyalty after being linked to a m

Jakarta Globe - January 23, 2023

Surya Lesmana & Jayanty Nada Shofa, Jakarta – The Indonesian Ulema Council, or MUI, denounces the burning of a copy of the Koran by a Danish-Swedish far-right politician during a re

Jakarta Post - January 23, 2023

Tenggara Strategics, Jakarta – The government has finally admitted that 12 incidents or tragedies that happened in the past amounted to gross violations of human rights, but short of of

Jakarta Post - January 23, 2023

Jakarta – Defense Minister Prabowo Subianto has rebuffed speculation that the State Intelligence Agency (BIN) would be placed under his watch following President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo's

January 21, 2023

Jakarta Post Editorial - January 21, 2023

Jakarta – Now that the COVID-19 pandemic seems to have become manageable, if not under control, people and businesses are looking forward to another joyous celebration of the Lunar New

Jakarta Globe - January 21, 2023

BTV, Jakarta – New details have emerged from the ongoing investigation into nine murders in West Java, with police saying on Saturday that at least seven victims had family ties with on

Tempo - January 21, 2023

Riri Rahayu L Imaji Lasahido, Jakarta – Head of the National Commission on Hajj and Umrah Mustolih Siradj, asserted that the increase in the costs of hajj pilgrimage was for the benefit

Jakarta Globe - January 21, 2023

Heru Andriyanto, Jakarta – The government is determined to build the commuter rail network known as mass rapid transit connecting the western and eastern suburbs of Greater Jakarta, in

January 20, 2023

Jakarta Post Editorial - January 20, 2023

Jakarta – The government's plan to reach out to Indonesia's political exiles now residing overseas is long overdue.

Tempo - January 20, 2023

Ade Ridwan Yandwiputra, Jakarta – Labor Party President Said Iqbal said that the House of Representatives (DPR) Commission III's findings regarding lower wages for Indonesian workers co

Jakarta Post - January 20, 2023

Jakarta – Golkar will continue to nominate party chairman Airlangga Hartarto following the decision to recruit popular West Java Governor Ridwan Kamil as the party's new deputy chairman

Tempo - January 20, 2023

Maria Arimbi Haryas Prabawanti, Jakarta – Finance Minister Sri Mulyani Indrawati, in a Cabinet plenary meeting aired on the Presidential Secretariat's Office Youtube channel, announced

Jakarta Globe - January 20, 2023

Jayanty Nada Shofa, Jakarta – Indonesia saw a surge in measles cases in 2022, as the number of new infections rose by a whopping thirty-twofold last year compared to 2021 levels.

Jakarta Post - January 20, 2023

Wahyoe Boediwardhana, Surabaya – State-owned oil-and-gas giant Pertamina will expand vehicle registration for its MyPertamina fuel app to cover more cities and regencies in East Java an

Tempo - January 20, 2023

Uji Sukma Medianti, Jakarta – The Indonesian Ministry of Health on Thursday declared measles an extraordinary occurrence status (KLB) based on the number of cases across 31 Indonesian p

John Menadue - January 20, 2023

Duncan Graham – When is a purge a genocide?

Reuters - January 20, 2023

Jakarta – Indonesian conglomerate Bakrie & Brothers is looking to acquire a nickel mine in the resource-rich island of Sulawesi to supply a planned integrated industrial park to pro

CNN Indonesia - January 20, 2023

Jakarta – A banner with a cartoon resembling President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo with a long nose like Pinocchio was erected at a Kamisan (Thursday) action in front of the State Palace in Ce

Jakarta Post - January 20, 2023

Fadhil Haidar Sulaeman, Jakarta – Bank Indonesia (BI) has announced that a rate hike in January is adequate to meet its inflation target, which economists take to mean that the central

Jakarta Post - January 20, 2023

Fadhil Haidar Sulaeman, Jakarta – More than two years after embarking on far-reaching reforms, the government has confirmed that bureaucratic hurdles remain the number one obstacle to i

Tempo - January 20, 2023

Antara, Jakarta – The Indonesian Democratic Party of Struggle (PDIP) board of directors consulted with the Press Council on Thursday as they plan to submit a complaint against three mas

January 19, 2023

Jakarta Post - January 19, 2023

Yohana Belinda, Jakarta – Small business owners and customers alike are enthusiastic about the prospect of a restriction-free Lunar New Year.

Jakarta Post Editorial - January 19, 2023

Jakarta – Indonesian exports, which generated about US$54.5 billion in trade surplus last year, up by 50 percent from 2021, are widely predicted to decline this year due to the weakenin

Jakarta Post - January 19, 2023

Jakarta – Surakarta Mayor Gibran Rakabuming Raka, the eldest son of President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo, had a meeting with his father on Tuesday at Bogor Palace in West Java to discuss nati

Jakarta Post - January 19, 2023

News Desk, United Nations – Foreign Minister Retno L.P.

Jakarta Globe - January 19, 2023

Beritasatu, Jakarta – Indonesian prosecutors said on Thursday allegations that slain officer Nofriansyah Yosua Hutabarat had been involved in a love affair with the wife of former polic

Jakarta Post - January 19, 2023

Deni Ghifari, Jakarta – Telecommunication towers are set to remain lucrative this year amid worsening global economic conditions and challenges in the industry with firms aiming to tap

VOA - January 19, 2023

Peh Hong Lim and Adrianna Zhang, Washington/Taipei, Taiwan – A U.S.-based Chinese labor rights group tells VOA Mandarin that workplace safety and a December accident that killed two wor

Jakarta Post - January 19, 2023

Fikri Harish, Jakarta – West Java Governor Ridwan Kamil, who has risen to the top in the race for the vice-presidential seat in many recent polls, has officially joined the Golkar Party

Jakarta Post - January 19, 2023

Billy Adison Aditijanto, Jakarta – An anticipated weakening of the United States dollar will make Indonesian markets more desirable for international investors, helping prop up the rupi

January 18, 2023

Tempo - January 18, 2023

M Julnis Firmansyah, Ade Ridwan Y, Jakarta – The chairperson of the National Awakening Party (PKB), Muhaimin Iskandar, known by his nickname Cak Imin, on Tuesday urged the government to

Jakarta Post Editorial - January 18, 2023

Jakarta – We call on the government to immediately establish an independent fact-finding team entrusted to thoroughly investigate the root causes of the deadly riot that occurred at the

Straits Times - January 18, 2023

Hariz Baharudin, Singapore – Indonesia's ratification of three agreements with Singapore reflects the strength and maturity of the relationship between the two countries, said a spokesm

Kompas.com - January 18, 2023

Vitorio Mantalean, Jakarta – The General Elections Commission (KPU) was again the target of scores of demonstrators on Wednesday January 18.

Jakarta Post - January 18, 2023

Jakarta – West Java Governor Ridwan Kamil, popularly known by the nickname "Emil", has said he plans to join the Golkar Party and make an announcement about his 2024 bid for the vice pr

Coconuts Jakarta - January 18, 2023

President Joko Widodo said his administration is keen on passing into law a bill that would finally protect the rights of some of the most exploited and abused people in Indonesia.

Jakarta Globe - January 18, 2023

Herman Situmorang, Jakarta – The government expects to receive 7.4 million international arrivals for the year to produce around $6 billion in foreign exchange earnings, following a spi

Tempo - January 18, 2023

Fajar Pebrianto, Jakarta – President Joko Widodo or Jokowi today accepted Defense Minister Prabowo Subianto's invitation to attend the 2023 Defense Ministry Leadership Meeting.

Tempo - January 18, 2023

Mirza Bagaskara, Jakarta – The National Human Rights Commission or Komnas HAM has conducted an investigation into PT Gunbuster Nickel Industri or PT GNI, with regards to the clash betwe

Jakarta Globe - January 18, 2023

Beritasatu, Jakarta – The Jakarta Metropolitan Police and the Soekarno-Hatta Airport Customs Office recently uncovered a home industry for meth-laced e-liquid in West Jakarta – sparking

Coconuts Jakarta - January 18, 2023

This week, the National Police announced last year's arrest of a 25-year-old woman, identified by her initials FA, for violations of Law No.

Jakarta Post - January 18, 2023

Tenggara Strategics, Jakarta – Rice prices continue to increase in the beginning of the year despite controversial late importation of rice and market intervention by the State Logistic