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September 15, 2020

Jakarta Post - September 15, 2020

Jakarta – Wara village in North Luwu regency, South Sulawesi has reportedly been inundated for two months as a reservoir in the neighborhood was damaged by a flash flood on July 13.

Jakarta Post - September 15, 2020

Adrian Wail Akhlas, Jakarta – The government has only spent around Rp 237 trillion (US$15.92 billion) of the funds earmarked for economic stimulus during the COVID-19 outbreak, represen

Jakarta Post - September 15, 2020

Mardika Parama, Jakarta – Industry Minister Agus Gumiwang Kartasasmita has urged Finance Minister Sri Mulyani Indrawati to temporarily exempt vehicle tax (PKB) for new cars until Decemb

Jakarta Post - September 15, 2020

Ghina Ghaliya, Jakarta – Gerindra Party chairman Prabowo Subianto has appointed his niece Rahayu "Sara" Saraswati as one of the party's deputy chairs for the 2020-2025 term.

Daily Mail - September 15, 2020

Charlie Coe – Bali may have to shut its borders again and go back into lockdown to stop a surge in coronavirus cases, a health expert has warned.

Asia Times - September 15, 2020

John McBeth, Jakarta – Chinese Coast Guard (CCG) cutter 5204 has become such a familiar sight inside and on the fringes of Indonesia's 200-nautical-mile Economic Exclusion Zone (EEZ) th

Bloomberg News - September 15, 2020

On a scorching August day in Bandung, the capital of West Java province, two dozen volunteers arrive at a small community clinic inside a narrow alley to take part in the last stage of

Jakarta Post - September 15, 2020

Ardila Syakriah, Jakarta – Staying home is considered key in suppressing COVID-19 transmission, but many Indonesians confirmed or suspected of having the disease cannot afford to self-i

Tempo - September 15, 2020

Francisca Christy Rosana, Jakarta – The West Manggarai Tourism Rescue Society Forum (Formapp) announced that it strongly rejects the project that plans to build a "Jurassic Park" theme

Jakarta Post - September 15, 2020

Tri Indah Oktavianti, Jakarta – The Indonesian government is set to provide more facilities to house asymptomatic coronavirus patients or those with mild symptoms to self-isolate, as th

Jakarta Post - September 15, 2020

Dzulfiqar Fathur Rahman, Jakarta – Indonesian agricultural exports could be "potential winners" in the pandemic as they recorded annual growth despite the downturn in global trade, acco

Jakarta Post - September 15, 2020

Jakarta – The Jakarta Police are set to crack down on unauthorized, late-night sprinting matches across the capital and its satellite regions during the latest reinstatement of large-sc

Jakarta Post - September 15, 2020

Budi Sutrisno, Jakarta – West Java is set to implement micro-scale social restrictions (PSBM) in Jakarta's satellite cities, namely Bogor, Depok and Bekasi, with restrictions applied on

Reuters - September 15, 2020

Yuddy Budiman Cahya and Tommy Andriansyah, Jakarta – When the coronavirus pandemic forced Indonesian schools to shut, it exposed how millions of households in the south-east Asian count

Jakarta Globe - September 15, 2020

Heru Andriyanto, Jakarta – The surge in coronavirus cases in Indonesia has reached a new level since the beginning of the month with daily total averaging 3,349 cases, in comparison to

Tempo - September 15, 2020

Egi Adyatama, Jakarta – The Indonesian state intelligence agency (BIN) denies the existence of a Rajawali special squad, which has been rumored to be within the intelligence agency.

Jakarta Post - September 15, 2020

Ghina Ghaliya, Jakarta – The Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) has made a request to the House of Representatives for an additional Rp 825 billion (US$55.48 million) for its 2021

Jakarta Post - September 15, 2020

Sausan Atika, Jakarta – Indonesia's capital Jakarta entered another period of large-scale social restrictions (PSBB) on Monday with most office workers forced to once again shelter in p

Jakarta Post - September 15, 2020

Tri Indah Oktavianti, Jakarta – The National Police have launched an operation in Jakarta to monitor and discipline the public on strict health protocols as the capital reimposed large-

Jakarta Post - September 15, 2020

Jakarta – The Jakarta administration forced eight companies to close temporarily during inspections on Monday to curb the transmission of COVID-19.

New Zealand Herald - September 15, 2020

Indonesian authorities have ordered a group of anti-maskers who broke the country's mask laws to dig graves for Covid-19 victims.

Agence France Presse - September 15, 2020

Four men were publicly flogged in a conservative Indonesian province on Tuesday under sharia law, after being convicted for engaging in sexual activity with minors.

Jakarta Globe - September 15, 2020

Dion Bisara, Jakarta – Tangerang, a city in Banten province with two million inhabitants on the outskirts of Jakarta, has found that the real number of Covid-19 cases among its populati

Jakarta Post - September 15, 2020

Dzulfiqar Fathur Rahman, Jakarta – There is growing concern that food products sold online that do not comply with health and safety regulations may pose a risk to the online shopping b