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Indonesia cracks down on online tobacco ads to deter young smokers
Indonesia, the world’s fourth biggest producer of cigarettes, will crack down on online tobacco advertisements in a bid to target youthful smokers, the communication minister said on Thursday.
Indonesia tightens security ahead of presidential race result
Indonesia’s counterterrorism squad has rounded up at least 10 people suspected of planning attacks during next week’s announcement of the results of April’s hotly contested presidential election, police said on Wednesday.
World's largest wooden Quran inspires awe in Indonesia
The world's largest wood-carved Quran measures 1.77 by 1.40 meters and can be found in the Indonesian city of Palembang, as shown in footage from Thursday.
Indonesia Q1 GDP growth misses forecast as investment cools
Indonesia’s economy expanded more slowly than expected in the first quarter of this year, as investment dropped ahead of elections and campaign spending failed to sustain growth momentum.
Reuters poll: Indonesia central bank seen holding key rate now, cutting it later this year
Indonesia’s central bank will keep interest rates on hold on Thursday, a Reuters poll showed, though some economists say a rate cut to bolster economic growth is coming — and one sees a possible trim next month.
Indonesia posts surprise trade surplus in March, analysts doubt sustainability
Indonesia posted a surprise trade surplus for a second straight month in March, supporting the central bank’s outlook of a narrowing current account deficit, but economists warn a trade deficit could return after Wednesday’s presidential elections.
Reuters poll: Indonesia seen returning to trade deficit in March
Indonesia probably swung back to a trade deficit in March after the previous month’s surprise surplus, as imports likely fell less sharply than exports did, a Reuters poll showed.
Indonesia flood death toll tops 100, dozens still missing
The death toll from flash floods and landslides that tore through Indonesia's Papua region has topped 100, with dozens more still missing, the disaster agency said Wednesday.
'Clear similarities' between Boeing crashes in Ethiopia, Indonesia
Flight recorder data recovered from the wreckage of Boeing 737 MAX planes that crashed in Ethiopia and Indonesia shows "clear similarities," Addis Ababa said Sunday as the US maker announced it was finalizing a software update for its under-fire anti-stall system.
Flash floods, slides in eastern Indonesia kill at least 58
Flash floods and mudslides triggered by days of torrential downpours tore through mountainside villages in Indonesia's easternmost province, killing at least 58 people and leaving thousands homeless, disaster officials said Sunday.
Six dead, dozens buried in Indonesia mine collapse
At least six people are dead and dozens more are still trapped beneath the rubble of an illegal gold mine that collapsed in Indonesia, officials said Thursday, as rescuers frantically searched for survivors.
Indonesia, South Korea aim to sign trade deal by November
Indonesia and South Korea agreed on Tuesday to resume talks on a bilateral trade and investment agreement and aimed to sign a deal by November.
'The trash never stops': Indonesia battles to clean up rivers
Authorities in Indonesia, the nation of 260 million, are battling a lack of recycling culture or environmental awareness to achieve an ambitious target of a 70 percent cut in marine plastic debris by 2025, despite having devoted $1 billion a year to the task.
Minister: Indonesia`s poverty rate expected to reach nine percent
Indonesia has been striving to reduce its poverty rate that is expected to reach nine percent by the end of this year, National Development Planning Minister Bambang Brodjonegoro stated in Jakarta on Monday.

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