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Indonesia arrests ex-rebel turned governor in Aceh over graft
Indonesia’s anti-corruption agency has arrested the governor of Aceh province over accusations that he took illegal fees for projects funded from more than $500 million of state funds, the latest high-profile target in a battle on graft.
More than 30 dead as boat sinks off Indonesia’s Sulawesi
At least 130 passengers were rescued from a sinking ferry off an Indonesian island, but 31 people were killed when the vessel went down in rough seas.
Deadly terrorist attack on Indonesia police headquarters
Indonesian police on Wednesday shot dead four sword-wielding men who attacked a police headquarters in Sumatra, killing one officer, the latest in a spate of terrorist attacks across the Muslim-majority country.
Indonesia church attacks kill at least 13, wound dozens
A family of six launched suicide attacks on Christians attending Sunday services at three churches in Indonesia’s second-largest city of Surabaya, killing at least 13 people and wounding 40, officials said.
Hot black waste in Indonesian river
The pipe lies hidden beneath the water running through a paddy field trench in Jalan Nunisari, West Bandung regency, West Java, Indonesia. Black water courses through the seven-inch diameter pipe. Five minutes after exiting the pipe, the black water turns brown. Tempo's potential of hydrogen (pH) reading of the water showed a 9.3 pH and a temperature of 32.5˚C.
Majidi’s ‘Beyond the Clouds’ due to be released worldwide
‘Beyond the Clouds’ directed by Iranian filmmaker Majid Majidi is due to be screened in more than 34 regions including the Persian Gulf littoral states, Canada, North African, Pakistan, India, the US, Netherlands, the UK, Belgium, Singapore, Australia, Malaysia, Indonesia and some other countries.
Official: Iran, Uzbekistan to broaden economic cooperation
Iran and Uzbekistan have voiced their resolve to further expand trade and economic cooperation, a senior trade official said.
Indonesia calls for peaceful settlement of crisis in Syria
In the wake of the tripartite aggression on Syria, Indonesian Foreign Ministry in a statement underlined solving Syrian crisis through peaceful means.
Indonesia wins Moody’s rating upgrade
Indonesia won a credit rating upgrade from Moody’s, with the agency lauding central bank and government policies for boosting confidence in Southeast Asia’s biggest economy.
Oil spill fire chokes Indonesian port city; 4 dead
Balikpapan authorities have distributed masks, and more than 1,300 people have suffered breathing problems, nausea and vomiting.
Iran showcases car capabilities in Indonesia
Five Iranian knowledge-based companies showcased their products in car spare parts production at INAPA Exhibition Indonesia.
Indonesia calls for enhancing oil, gas cooperation with Iran
A member of Indonesian Parliament expressed hope that his country would develop relations with Iran in the oil and gas sectors.
Climate change cause daily flooding in Indonesia
Nur Anisa Rahmadani has to wade through shin-deep seawater to get to her primary school in Pantai Bahagia village on the north coast of Indonesia’s Java island.

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