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Indonesia plans WTO filing against EU over palm oil in November
The Indonesian government aims to file a case against the European Union to the World Trade Organization in early November over palm oil, Wisnu Wardhana, foreign trade director general at the Trade Ministry, said on Friday.
Indonesian security minister attacked by man with knife: police
A man wielding a knife attacked Indonesian Chief Security Minister Wiranto on Thursday, during a visit to a town on the island of Java, images from police and television showed.
Indonesia starts fund for carbon trading to meet emission goals
Indonesia plans to develop a market for carbon trading under a new agency formed to fund efforts to meet greenhouse gas emission reduction target under the Paris climate pact.
Why manufacturers not rushing into India, Indonesia
Out of 56 companies that relocated their production out of China between April 2018 and August 2019, only three went to India and two to Indonesia. This was the finding of a study by Nomura, a Japanese financial group.
Ancient Egyptian jewelry uncovered in Indonesia
Residents of Ogan Komering Ilir in South Sumatra, Indonesia, uncovered precious jewelry on burned peatland in various locations in the regency.
Indonesia cancels Komodo Island closure
Indonesian authorities have cancelled plans to close Komodo Island to tourists, with the country’s Environment Ministry saying that Komodo dragons living there are not under threat from over-tourism.
Inflation surprises in Southeast Asia’s two biggest economies
Inflation in Indonesia and Thailand weakened in September, providing policy makers in Southeast Asia’s two biggest economies with ample room to keep lowering interest rates to spur growth.
Indonesia president urges police restraint after protesters' deaths
Indonesian President Joko Widodo on Friday called for police restraint and promised an investigation into the deaths of two students killed during protests that have spread to become the country’s biggest in decades.
Strong 6.5 magnitude earthquake strikes eastern Indonesia
The quake struck about 37 kilometers (23 miles) offshore northeast of Ambon in Maluku province at 8:46 am local time, at a depth of 29 kilometers, according to the US Geological Survey.
Indonesian forest fires putting 10m children at risk: UN
Indonesian forest fires are putting nearly 10 million children at risk from air pollution, the United Nations warned Tuesday, as scientists said the blazes were releasing vast amounts of greenhouse gases.
At least 20 killed, dozens injured in Papua unrest: Indonesia
At least 20 people have been killed and dozens more injured as fresh unrest erupted in Indonesia's restive Papua region, with some victims burned to death in buildings set ablaze by protesters, authorities say.
Clashes between army, students turn deadly in Indonesia's Papua
An Indonesian soldier was killed on Monday in a clash with students in Papua, a military spokesman said, while media reports said three students also died in the incident that marks a new escalation in unrest in the easternmost area.
Indonesia returns hundreds of containers of waste to West
Indonesia is sending back hundreds of containers of contaminated waste to the West after shipments supposedly containing plastic meant for recycling were found to hide hazardous substances, customs officials said.
Malaysia, Indonesia shut thousands of schools over toxic haze from forest fires
Thousands of schools were shuttered across Malaysia and Indonesia Thursday, affecting at least 1.7 million pupils, officials said, as toxic haze from rampant forest fires sent air quality plummeting.
Dangerous air pollution in Indonesia's Borneo leads to school closures
Schools in two cities in the Indonesian part of Borneo island will be closed for a week after smoke from forest fires caused air quality to hit "dangerous" levels, a local government official said on Sunday.

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