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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.
Indonesia seeks to reassure HIV patients over drug supplies
Indonesia’s health ministry has sought to reassure HIV patients that sufficient antiretroviral (ARV) drugs will be available for their treatment after some hospitals had run out of supplies.
Indonesia to double disaster relief budget in 2019 after year of tragedies
Indonesia will more than double its disaster response budget to 15 trillion rupiah ($1.06 billion) in 2019, officials said on Tuesday, after a series of major natural disasters devastated three regions of the vast archipelago last year.
Indonesia reroutes all flights around erupting Anak Krakatau volcano
Indonesia on Thursday raised the alert level for the erupting Anak Krakatau volcano to the second-highest and ordered all flights to steer clear, days after it triggered a tsunami that killed at least 430 people.
Public health crisis feared as Indonesia Tsunami survivors cram shelters
Desperately-needed aid flowed into a stretch of Indonesia's tsunami-struck coastline Tuesday, but humanitarian workers warned that clean water and medicine supplies were dwindling as thousands crammed makeshift evacuation centers.
Hunt for survivors as Indonesian tsunami death toll tops 370
Dozens of filled body bags were hauled away from buildings flattened by Indonesia's volcano-triggered tsunami Monday, as search teams pushed on with the grim hunt for corpses – and victims who may still be trapped alive under the rubble.
Iran sympathizes with Indonesia over deadly tsunami
Iran’s Foreign Ministry expressed deep regret over a deadly tsunami in Indonesia’s Sunda Strait that has killed more than 200 people.
Tsunami set off by volcanic eruption kills 222 in Indonesia
An eruption of one of the world's most infamous volcanic islands is believed to have triggered a tsunami that killed at least 222 people in Indonesia during a busy holiday weekend. The waves smashed onto beaches at night without warning, ripping houses and hotels from their foundations in seconds and sweeping terrified concertgoers into the sea.
Alba the albino orangutan returned to jungle in Indonesia
The world’s only known albino orangutan climbed trees, foraged for food and began building a nest after being released into a remote Borneo jungle more than a year after conservation officials found her starving and dehydrated in an Indonesian village.
Indonesia's November trade deficit  seen narrowing as import growth slows
Indonesia is expected to post a smaller trade deficit in November compared with a month earlier, a Reuters poll showed on Friday, in a relief to the central bank which has been raising rates to defend the rupiah.
Indonesia favors expansion of ties with Iran
Indonesia is determined to bolster and broaden all-out relations with Iran, especially in the fields of politics and economy, said Indonesian Ambassador to Iran Octaviano Alimuddin, referring to vast areas of commonalities between the two countries.

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