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Flooding affects planes, trains in Semarang It was a bright Sunday in Semarang but the floodwaters from three days of heavy rain were still inundating most parts of the city, with Ahmad Yani Airport and Tawang railroad station still not fully back to normal. Garuda Indonesia's general manager in Semarang, Arjo K. Bardijan, said on Sunday that the airline was still transporting passengers scheduled to depart from Semarang to Adi Sumarmo Airport in the neighboring city of Surakarta.

Posted in Flooding @ 31 January 2006 14:00 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 7 reactions


Dutch naval yard gets Indonesian contract The Indonesian government has contracted the Dutch naval shipbuilders Schelde Marinebouw to build and deliver two new corvettes, the shipbuilder announced Tuesday in Vlissingen in the south-west Netherlands. In 2004 an earlier contract for two corvettes was signed that made provision for an option of two further vessels.

Posted in Military @ 31 January 2006 13:49 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 0 reactions


Indonesia curbs live foreign news Indonesia is to begin enforcing a law that bans local broadcasters from relaying live news provided by foreign stations. The ban will affect programmes from the BBC and Voice of America (VOA), the communications minister said on Monday. Local media organisations protested against the law as an attack on press freedom when it was passed last year.

Posted in Media @ 30 January 2006 11:04 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 2 reactions


Noordin claims to be leader of new terror group A Malaysian wanted for his alleged role in terror attacks in Indonesia is now claiming to head a new Southeast Asian Islamic militant organization, Indonesia's police chief said Monday. The suspect, Noordin M. Top, is widely considered a key leader in Jemaah Islamiyah, a militant network believed to be fighting for an Islamic state stretching across much of Southeast Asia. Its roots go back to the 1980s.

Posted in Terrorism @ 30 January 2006 09:53 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 0 reactions


Drug trial for young Australian postponed A court on the Indonesian resort island of Bali on Monday postponed hearing the defence plea of a young Australian who may face life in jail for heroin trafficking. Judges in the trial of 20-year-old Scott Rush, one of nine Australians accused of involvement in a heroin smuggling ring, postponed the trial to Wednesday after his defence asked for more time to prepare their plea.

Posted in Drugs @ 30 January 2006 09:51 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 0 reactions






Man found fatally stabbed in Indonesian consulate A man living in the basement of the Indonesian Consulate in Manhattan was found fatally stabbed there Sunday morning, and police were investigating whether foul play was involved. The man, who was not immediately identified, was described by police and consulate officials as a "stranded person" who planned to return to Indonesia in the next week. He was found in the basement of the building, at 5 E. 68th St., shortly after 9 a.m. Sunday, police said. A consulate employee called 911.

Posted in Crime @ 30 January 2006 07:06 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 0 reactions


Indonesia forecasts rise in rice production Indonesia has forecast a rise in its unhusked rice production this year to 55 million tonnes, despite heavy rains damaging some fields. Agriculture Minister Anton Apriyantono says if the total area of damaged fields remains under five per cent, as in past years, "it will not harm the production target."

Posted in Economy @ 30 January 2006 07:05 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 0 reactions


US congressman nominates Yudhoyono for Nobel Prize President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono is nominated for Nobel Peace Prize 2006 by a senior congressman for international relations committee, Robert Wexler for his ability to bring significant progress in Indonesia during his one year ruling. In a press release obtained here, Sunday, Wexler said, Yudhoyono has made dramatical change during his one year administration.

Posted in General @ 29 January 2006 16:05 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 9 reactions


Jakarta market vendor dies of bird flu A market vendor in Jakarta, who had a history of contact with sick poultry, died of the H5N1 strain of the bird flu Thursday. Officials at Jakarta's Infectious Diseases Hospital said local tests for the 22-year-old indicate he had the virus. If blood and swab samples sent to a World Health Organisation-approved laboratory in Hong Kong come back positive, Indonesia will raise its human death toll to 15.

Posted in Bird Flu @ 29 January 2006 09:57 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 0 reactions


WHO: Markets a bird flu risk Ignorance, filthy conditions and lack of water risk making traditional Indonesian markets breeding grounds for bird flu in people and poultry, the World Health Organization said. The warning comes after the death of a 22-year-old Indonesian chicken seller, which local tests showed had been infected with the H5N1 bird flu virus.

Posted in Bird Flu @ 28 January 2006 12:25 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 1 reaction






1st year remembrance of tsunami disaster in Aceh A collaboration between the Indonesian Ministry of Health, Cut Nyak Dien Hospital in Meulaboh, dr. Sardjito Hospital and The University of Gadjah Mada (UGM) Jogjakarta with support from The University of Melbourne and The Royal Children’s Hospital.

Posted in General @ 28 January 2006 09:32 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 0 reactions


Quake rocks 2000km stretch of Indonesia A magnitude 7.7 earthquake has jolted a 2,000-kilometre swathe of Indonesia for two minutes, sending panicked residents fleeing to higher ground, fearful of a tsunami. There were no immediate reports of a tsunami, injuries or serious damage. The quake struck early on Saturday morning deep beneath the Banda Sea about 195 kilometres south of Ambon city in the Maluku Islands, the US Geological Survey said on its website.

Posted in Earthquake @ 28 January 2006 09:18 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 0 reactions


Strong 7.7 magnitude earthquake rattles Banda Sea A strong earthquake measuring about 7.7 on the Richter scale, rocked the sea floor of the Banda Sea. The earthquake took place at 01:58 Saturday local time or 16:58 (UTC) on Friday, January 27, 2006. The magnitude 7.7 quake took place at great depth, over 300 kilometers. The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center said no destructive tsunami threat existed. There were no immediate reports of damage or injuries.

Posted in Earthquake @ 27 January 2006 18:33 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 0 reactions


Prosecutors demand second death penalty for 'Bali Nine' Indonesian prosecutors asked a court on Thursday to sentence to death another one of the alleged ring leaders of a drug smuggling operation involving nine Australians dubbed the 'Bali Nine'. Prosecutors demanded the death penalty for Australian Andrew Chan, 21, who was arrested April 17 at a hotel in Bali during a sting operation on an organized drug smuggling network on the resort island.

Posted in Drugs @ 27 January 2006 07:09 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 2 reactions


Garuda plans to turn Citilink service into budget carrier PT Garuda Indonesia plans to turn its Citilink service into an independent low-cost carrier, and it is considering leasing 10 Airbus A319s for the new airline, the Jakarta Post reported, citing a Garuda official. Garuda plans to spin off the Citilink business unit in the first half of this year, the newspaper quoted Joseph Saul, Garuda's vice president in charge of Citilink, as saying.

Posted in Garuda Indonesia @ 27 January 2006 07:04 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 0 reactions






No casualty in Jakarta lab blast; 22 Injured A powerful explosion tore through a chemical laboratory in central Jakarta on Thursday, damaging the roof of a nearby school building and injuring at least 22 people, one of them critically, officials said. The accidental blast was triggered by chemicals stored in the laboratory, on the grounds of the country's Food and Drug Agency, Jakarta police chief Ins. Gen. Firman Gani told reporters at the scene.

Posted in Accidents @ 26 January 2006 17:52 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 0 reactions


Valuair starts flights to Bali Singapore-based budget carrier Valuair said Thursday it will launch a three-times weekly service to Indonesia's resort island of Bali with fares starting from S$88 (US$54) for a one way trip. The inaugural flight to Bali will start Friday, Valuair said in a statement.

Posted in Tourism @ 26 January 2006 17:48 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 0 reactions


'Pesantren' communities unable to accept pluralism, tolerance The recent research conducted by the International Center for Islam and Pluralism (ICIP), the Indonesian Islamic Boarding School Association (BKSPPI) and AusAID, in which I was involved, shows that many pesantren (Islamic boarding schools), both traditional (salaf) and modern, in West Java reject pluralism as they perceive this as an acceptance of the relativity of religion -- or rejecting the notion that Islam is the absolute truth.

Posted in Religion @ 26 January 2006 00:00 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 0 reactions


Indonesia reports new case of bird flu Indonesia reported another suspected case of bird flu on Wednesday as World Health Organization officials visited markets in the teeming capital to try to find ways to contain the virus. The 22-year-old market vendor from south Jakarta was being treated in the capital's infectious disease hospital, said senior health official Hariadi Wibisono. Details of his condition was not released.

Posted in Bird Flu @ 25 January 2006 18:34 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 0 reactions


Allianz launches Sharia-compliant insurance products Allianz AG said its Indonesian unit is launching Sharia-compliant insurance products, responding to 'growing requests' from its customers and banking partners. The insurer said customers can now buy life insurance, as well as fire and motor vehicle insurance, that will be Sharia-compliant. Under Sharia-law, it is forbidden to give or receive interest payments. Furthermore, Sharia-compliant banks will trade investments and share the profits with investors instead of offering interest on savings accounts.

Posted in General @ 25 January 2006 08:22 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 0 reactions


Record-breaking Asian fish tips tininess scale Fishermen try to outdo each other with tales of the biggest catch. But scientists say they've discovered the smallest fish in the wetlands of Southeast Asia. The species, Paedocypris progenetica, is a distant cousin of the carp. An adult is about the size of a large mosquito. Researchers used a special stereoscopic microscope to measure it accurately.

Posted in Environment @ 25 January 2006 08:19 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 0 reactions


Flood risk increases in Jakarta as more rain expected Indonesia's capital, Jakarta, where 40 percent of the city is below sea level, may receive 15 percent more rainfall in the next month raising the risk of floods. With 13 rivers flowing into the city of 9 million people, excess rainfall increases the danger of flooding because Jakarta's only flood canal hasn't the capacity to drain the water.

Posted in Flooding @ 24 January 2006 07:21 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 0 reactions


Indonesia names two more Bali bombing suspects Two Indonesians arrested this month, including a close aide to the country's most wanted militant, were named suspects on Monday for involvement in last year's restaurant bombings on Bali, a police spokesman said. Police last week declared four other men suspects in the same case on charges of helping hide accused militant mastermind Noordin M. Top during and after the bombings that killed 20 people at three eateries on the famed resort island.

Posted in Terrorism @ 24 January 2006 07:14 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 2 reactions


Collapsed television tower kills three in Jakarta Three people have been killed in the Indonesian capital, Jakarta, after strong winds knocked over a television relay tower under construction. Police say the steel tower smashed into eight houses in a residential district in West Jakarta on Monday. The tower, which was being built by a private television station, was to be built to a height of 300 metres but only about 120 metres had been completed.

Posted in Accidents @ 24 January 2006 07:13 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 0 reactions


Garuda Indonesia narrows loss for 2005 Struggling Garuda Indonesia said its losses narrowed in 2005 due to improved cost efficiencies but earnings were hard-hit by bombings on Bali and high oil prices. The flag carrier's losses declined by 17.14 percent to Rp 672 billion (US$71.60 million) in 2005, its president Emirsyah Satar told a parliamentary commission. The already-ailing flag carrier has been hit hard by plunging arrivals on the Indonesian resort island of Bali after a triple suicide bombing there in October, as well as historically high oil prices.

Posted in Garuda Indonesia @ 23 January 2006 08:52 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 8 reactions


Ex-general who organized 1st democratic elections dies Rudini, the retired Indonesian general who organized Indonesia's first democratic general elections in 1999, died of illness late Saturday at the age of 76, according to Indonesian media reports Sunday. According to the reports, Rudini died at 11:15 p.m. Saturday at a hospital in South Jakarta where he had been hospitalized for heart and kidney problems. He was buried in a military funeral Sunday at the Kalibata Heroes' Cemetery.

Posted in General @ 23 January 2006 07:05 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 0 reactions


VP Kalla holds historic meeting with GAM chiefs As snow floated down from the dark skies over Finland's capital Helsinki, Vice President Jusuf Kalla and exiled leaders of the Free Aceh Movement (GAM) held a historic meeting aimed at building a long-lasting peace in Aceh. Kalla met for the first time with GAM leaders Malik Mahmud and Zaini Abdullah here Friday evening (early Saturday in Indonesia), following the signing of a peace accord Aug. 15, 2005, to end nearly three decades of separatist fighting.

Posted in Aceh conflict @ 22 January 2006 15:40 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 1 reaction


Villages swamped in NTT, Jambi Continuous rain during the past few days has flooded many villages in East Nusa Tenggara and Jambi, with waters more than a meter deep in some areas. Thirteen villages were affected by the flooding in Belu and the Rote Ndao regencies. In Rote Ndao a local wharf was destroyed by floodwaters.

Posted in Flooding @ 22 January 2006 15:32 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 1 reaction


Floods strike dozens of villages in Nusa Tenggara A flash flood inundated a village with 2 meters (6 feet) of water, killing three villagers and forcing hundreds to flee their homes on the Indonesian island of Lombok, a local official and media report said on Sunday. The flood in the Sambalia subdistrict also left six people missing, Kompas online reported on Sunday.

Posted in Flooding @ 22 January 2006 10:40 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 0 reactions


Diarrhea, dengue lurk as floods hit Jakarta The city health agency has warned of the threat of water-borne diseases following recent flooding in the city. Agency spokeswoman Zelvino said Thursday that during the rainy season residents were more at risk for diseases, particularly diarrhea, leptospirosis and dengue fever, which is found mostly during and shortly after the rainy season.

Posted in Health @ 21 January 2006 20:24 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 0 reactions


Megawati's sister named SBY's adviser In what could add fuel to their sibling rivalry, Rachmawati Soekarnoputri, younger sister of former president Megawati, has crossed family lines and accepted the invitation of President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono to join his presidential team of advisers, detik.com reported.

Posted in Politics @ 21 January 2006 20:23 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 0 reactions


Two died of bird flu in Indonesia Two Indonesian children died of the deadly H5N1 strain of bird flu, the World Health Organization has confirmed. The deaths of the 13-year-old girl and her four-year-old brother bring the total number of bird flu fatalities in Indonesia to 14. More than 80 people have died since its resurgence in December 2003.

Posted in Bird Flu @ 21 January 2006 18:56 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 0 reactions


Papua refugees charge Indonesia with genocide Indonesia has denied claims by asylum-seekers in Australia that genocide was taking place in the remote Indonesian province of Papua. The claim came from a group of more than 40 Papuans who fled their homes by boat last week, and then disappeared for several days before landing in tropical northern Australia.

Posted in Human rights @ 20 January 2006 07:18 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 0 reactions


Indonesia detains more terrorist suspects In less than 24 hours, Indonesian anti-terrorism police detained two terrorist suspects and close aides to the country's most-wanted militant, Malaysian Noordin Mohammad Top, local media reports said Thursday. After detaining an Indonesian militant on Wednesday afternoon, the anti-terrorist squad on Thursday morning arrested another Muslim radical in Central Java province, the state-run Antara news agency reported.

Posted in Terrorism @ 20 January 2006 07:11 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 0 reactions


Indonesia reinstates smuggler's sentence Indonesia's Supreme Court has rejected an appeal by an Australian woman convicted for smuggling marijuana, and reinstated her original 20-year sentence, a court official said Thursday.

Posted in Drugs @ 19 January 2006 19:13 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 3 reactions


Police arrest 'henchman' of alleged Malaysian terror chief An alleged key aide to a Malaysian fugitive blamed for a series of bloody bombings in Indonesia has been captured, police said Thursday. Subur Sugiarto was arrested on a bus in Central Java's town of Boyolali en route to Jakarta on Tuesday, said Adj. Sr. Comr. Warih Handono. Subur has not been charged with any crime yet, Warih said.

Posted in Terrorism @ 19 January 2006 15:10 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 0 reactions


East Timor withholds UN abuse report The East Timorese Government has withheld publication of a report claiming as many as 180,000 civilians may have died as a result of Indonesia's quarter-century occupation of the former Portugese colony. Leaked copies of the report by the Commission for Reception, Truth and Reconciliation (CRTR) point to alleged widespread abuses by the Indonesian military including rape, the use of napalm and the poisoning of food supplies.

Posted in Politics @ 19 January 2006 07:10 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 0 reactions


The noisy young demons of Tegalalang The quiet of the afternoon was shattered when hundreds of children stormed out of the majestic gates of Duur Bingin Temple into the streets of Tegalalang village. In terms of sheer volume, five children are enough to outscream an entire supermarket floor filled with busy adults. Imagine what an uproar a group of some 700 children can make in a quiet village!

Posted in Culture @ 19 January 2006 00:00 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 0 reactions


Indonesia to keep ban on foreign airlines Indonesia will continue to ban foreign budget airlines from landing at its four main airports, a senior transport official said Wednesday. Airports in Jakarta, Surabaya, Medan and Denpasar will remain closed to foreign budget airlines and the policy isn't being reviewed, Indonesia's director of air transport Santoso Eddy Wibowo said at an aviation conference in Singapore.

Posted in General @ 18 January 2006 18:47 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 0 reactions


Over 1,000 people die of dengue fever in 2005 A total of 1,099 people died of dengue fever in Indonesia in 2005, a health ministry official said in Jakarta Tuesday. "The number is higher than last year's 957," said Rita Kusriastuti, head of the subdirectorate of arboviruses of the directorate general of disease control and environmental health.

Posted in Dengue Fever @ 18 January 2006 07:11 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 0 reactions


Four more sought over shooting of Americans Indonesian authorities are hunting for four more people over the 2002 killing of two Americans in Papua province, police said on Monday after declaring eight men suspects in the case last week. The eight were arrested on Wednesday over an ambush that killed two Americans and an Indonesian, all teachers from a school run by PT Freeport Indonesia, a unit of U.S.-based Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold Inc., which operates mines in Papua's mountains.

Posted in PT Freeport @ 17 January 2006 12:59 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 0 reactions


Boy dies of bird flu in Indonesia A three-year-old boy died in Indonesia Tuesday only days after his elder sister died of bird flu according to a local test, a health official said. "The boy was suspected of having bird flu but the earlier test results were borderline. We need further tests to confirm the cause of his death," Haraidi Wibisono, a director in charge of eradicating animal-borne diseases, told Xinhua.

Posted in Bird Flu @ 17 January 2006 12:50 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 0 reactions


Social workers: 'Much of the cash-for-the-poor diverted' Most of the social welfare programs created by the government following the fuel subsidy cuts are missing their proper targets, a report released by a group of social workers says. The report showed the four main programs -- the School Operational Aid (BOS) scheme, costing Rp 6.7 trillion; the Health Insurance plan, at Rp 3.8 trillion; the Rp 3.4 trillion Village Infrastructure Development program; and the Direct Cash Aid program costing Rp 6.5 trillion -- were not being distributed properly.

Posted in General @ 17 January 2006 07:18 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 0 reactions


Five people drown in Alor ferry sinking A small interisland ferry sank in the Dole strait in East Nusa Tenggara at about 2 a.m. Monday, killing five, with eight others still missing. Twenty-three other passengers survived the accident and were rescued by a search and rescue team consisting of members of the Alor Police, the Water Police and the local municipality police. Search and rescue efforts were continuing late Monday, but heavy rains and strong winds were hampering efforts.

Posted in Accidents @ 17 January 2006 07:17 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 0 reactions


BI to limit role of foreigners at lending banks The central bank plans to limit the role of foreign employees at foreign-owned lenders in the country, an effort it says will provide more jobs for local workers and encourage the institutions to increase their credit to homegrown businesses. Bank Indonesia (BI) Governor Burhanuddin Abdullah said expatriate staff positions at the banks would be limited to middle-level management -- two levels below directors.

Posted in Economy @ 17 January 2006 07:04 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 0 reactions


New busway routes up and running Jakarta Governor Sutiyoso did the honors on Sunday at City Hall on Jl. Medan Merdeka Selatan, Central Jakarta, sounding a siren to launch the opening of two more busway corridors in the capital. With the success of the first Blok M-Kota corridor, launched two years ago amid widespread criticism that it was unsuitable for Jakarta, the governor as well as members of the public, the business community and the once skeptical media had good reason to feel confident as the new blue-and-white additions went into service at Pulogadung terminal.

Posted in General @ 16 January 2006 16:27 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 4 reactions


Indramayu girl dies of bird flu, local test shows A 13-year-old Indonesian girl died of bird flu at the weekend while two others from her family have tested positive for the H5N1 virus, a health ministry official said on Monday, citing the results of local tests. If confirmed by outside laboratories recognized by the World Health Organization, the case would take total known deaths in Indonesia from the avian flu to 13 and the number who have had bird flu to 20.

Posted in Bird Flu @ 16 January 2006 07:18 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 0 reactions


Police: 'Malaysian bombmaker's accomplices detained' Indonesian police says they have arrested four suspected extremists for helping fugitive Malaysian bombmaker Noordin Mohammad Top evade capture. The four were arrested in separate raids in the towns of Semarang and Klaten in Central Java province on Friday, said an officer with Indonesia's elite Detachment 88 anti-terror unit.

Posted in Terrorism @ 15 January 2006 13:42 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 0 reactions


Strong quake recorded on island of Flores A strong earthquake measuring 6.2 on the Richter scale has struck Indonesia's eastern island of Flores but no damage or casualties have been reported. The quake struck about 8 pm on Sunday with its epicentre 251 kilometres beneath the Flores Sea, some 93 kilometres northwest of the town of Larantuka. Police in Larantuka said they had received no reports of damage or deaths.

Posted in Earthquake @ 15 January 2006 09:44 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 0 reactions


City to go high-tech in flood watch The city administration plans to install closed-circuit television (CCTV) systems in flood-prone areas throughout the city to monitor water levels. The head of the Jakarta Natural Disaster Relief Body, Haryanto Bajuri, said the planned installation of the CCTV systems was part of the city's efforts to modernize its water level monitoring system.

Posted in Flooding @ 14 January 2006 19:13 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 1 reaction


Floodwaters swell as residents take to rooftops There are no floods in the city for months and then they happen all at once. In Jakarta, when it rains, it does indeed pour. The rain over the past week alerted people living on the banks of Ciliwung River to the possibility of floods. So, when the river -- which divides the sub-districts of Kampung Pulo, East Jakarta, and Bukit Duri, South Jakarta -- burst its banks at 5 a.m. on Friday, they were ready.

Posted in Flooding @ 14 January 2006 19:09 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 1 reaction


Indonesia's confirmed bird flu deaths rise to 12 A laboratory in Hong Kong has confirmed Indonesia's 12th human death from bird flu, a senior Health Ministry official said on Saturday. Hariadi Wibisono said the latest results from the laboratory, which is recognised by the World Health Organisation, showed the H5N1 virus had killed a 29-year-old Indonesian woman who died this week in a Jakarta hospital.

Posted in Bird Flu @ 14 January 2006 08:34 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 0 reactions


Aceh 'shaken 8.893 times' in 2005 Aceh province was rattled by more than 8 000 earthquakes last year after the 2004 Boxing Day earthquake triggered a tsunami that devastated the coast, a local report said on Friday. "Aceh was shaken 8 893 times in 2005," Nya' Muyasser, an Aceh Meteorology and Geophysics Agency officer, said, adding that the scale was between 4.5 and 6.8 on the Richter scale.

Posted in Earthquake @ 14 January 2006 08:32 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 0 reactions


10 volcanoes in Indonesia declared in alert status Head of the Volcanological and Geological Disaster Mitigation Center(PVMBG) Yousana OP Siagian said at least 10 volcanoes in Indonesia have been declared to be in alert status. "PVMBG office will continue its coordination with volcanoes-monitoring posts in the country in a bid to watch their activities," he said as contacted by Antara through a phone call here on Friday, Kazinform cites ANTARA.

Posted in Volcanoes @ 14 January 2006 08:29 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 0 reactions


Adult magazine Playboy to make debut in Indonesia The U.S. pornographic magazine Playboy reportedly plans to make first publishing in Indonesia in March despite strong opposition from clerics and lawmakers. Local on-line media Detikcom reported Friday that the magazine's local promoters earlier this week have arranged an audition for local models who will be required to wear bikini and sexy night dress.

Posted in General @ 13 January 2006 11:25 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 10 reactions


Long blackouts in Aceh and North Sumatra State power company PLN on Wednesday began cutting power to Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam and North Sumatra provinces for two hours a day, again leaving residents in the dark after a year of regular blackouts in 2005. The rolling blackouts, which will continue over the next 52 days, will take place during peak usage hours, between 6 p.m. and 10 p.m., according to the company's spokesman in North Sumatra, Agus Muliadi.

Posted in General @ 12 January 2006 10:31 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 0 reactions


Woman in hospital with bird flu dies A 29-year-old Indonesian woman has died of bird flu, a health official said, citing results from tests carried out by the country's health ministry. The woman died last night after being treated for three days at Indonesia's main hospital treating bird flu patients, hospital spokesman Ilham Patu told Agence France-Presse.

Posted in Bird Flu @ 12 January 2006 07:06 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 0 reactions


Indonesian woman has bird flu, local test shows A 29-year-old Indonesian woman in Jakarta has the deadly strain of bird flu, officials said on Wednesday, citing the results of a local test. Outside laboratories recognised by the World HealthOrganisation have so far confirmed 11 deaths and five other cases in Indonesia where patients survived.

Posted in Bird Flu @ 11 January 2006 20:55 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 0 reactions


East Timor films banned by Indonesia Indonesia has banned three films about its long and bloody occupation of East Timor, saying that if local audiences were to see them it could "reopen old wounds" as the two countries try to move forward. The films had been scheduled for screenings at a film festival last month in the Indonesian capital, Jakarta, but were pulled at the last minute.

Posted in General @ 11 January 2006 14:22 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 3 reactions


Indonesia protests killing of three men by East Timor police Indonesia accused East Timor police Monday of using excessive force after three men were killed for illegally crossing the border. East Timor responded by saying the victims were suspected Indonesian militiamen, shot dead after trying to seize weapons from the border patrol.

Posted in Crime @ 11 January 2006 07:16 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 0 reactions


A religious conflict tamed Despite a flurry of warnings about possible violence over the holidays, residents in this capital of Central Sulawesi Province, thought the bomb blast that ripped through a nearby pork-selling market on New Year's Eve was an earthquake. They were convinced, like so many others in the region, that the communal tensions that erupted into deadly clashes between Muslims and Christians five years ago were a thing of the past. Even after finding out it was a bomb, they condemned it as simply the work of a small group of "terrorists."

Posted in C. Sulawesi conflict @ 11 January 2006 00:00 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 0 reactions


Military chief denies clash with police in Central Sulawesi A high-ranking military chief denied that rival factions of the armed forces and police have clashed in the restive province of Central Sulawesi, a local media report said Tuesday. Major General Arief Budi Sampurna, chief of the Wirabuana Regional Military Command overseeing Sulawesi, denied the incident took place and said military and police were conducting joint patrols for the Muslim holy day of Idul Adha (Day of Sacrifice).

Posted in C. Sulawesi conflict @ 10 January 2006 10:07 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 1 reaction


Police, military units clash on restive Sulawesi Rival police and military units clashed in Poso, Central Sulawesi, frightening residents in a region plagued by religious violence, witnesses and police said Tuesday. The firefight late Monday lasted for about one hour, but there were no injuries. Also in Poso, unidentified people set off a small explosive device - described by police as a "blank detonator" - in a street facing a Christian church, said Central Sulawesi Police Chief Brig. Gen. Oegresono.

Posted in C. Sulawesi conflict @ 10 January 2006 10:06 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 0 reactions


120 Indonesian pilgrims have died on haj At least 120 Indonesians have died, mostly of illness, during the annual Muslim haj pilgrimage in Saudi Arabia, the state Antara news agency said Tuesday. Eleven died while performing the central rite of the haj in the plain of Arafat on Monday, Antara said, citing data from the Ministry of Religious Affairs. Most of the dead were elderly pilgrims.

Posted in General @ 10 January 2006 10:05 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 3 reactions


Shared end at record high at BI move Indonesia shares ended at a record high Monday buoyed the central bank's move to defy market expectations and not hike its benchmark Bank Indonesia rate for the first time since July, analysts said.

Posted in Economy @ 10 January 2006 07:07 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 0 reactions


Formaldehyde food scare in Indonesia Indonesian authorities have, according to this story, raided street food stalls and restaurants after discovering that many were using formaldehyde as a preservative. Prime targets of police and Jakarta Food and Drug Office inspectors are food carts and roadside street restaurants - or warungs - which peddle tofu, noodles and salted fish to the capital's hungry millions.

Posted in General @ 10 January 2006 07:06 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 1 reaction


Blast hits Central Sulawesi province There has been an explosion near a church in the religiously divided Indonesian province of Central Sulawesi. Police say the blast in Poso caused no casualties or damage. Shortly afterwards, a fire damaged four government buildings in the city of Poso, however, police are unsure if the blaze was related to the explosion.

Posted in C. Sulawesi conflict @ 10 January 2006 07:03 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 0 reactions


Post-tsunami aid and building civil society in Aceh Donors often say that the major obstacle in the post-tsunami relief and reconstruction work is poor co-ordination of the organizations involved. This may be true, but the observation does not help much unless we discuss why.

Posted in Earthquake @ 10 January 2006 00:00 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 0 reactions


155 die in Java double disaster At least 155 people died in two separate natural disasters that hit Indonesia's main island of Java last week, as authorities Monday decided to end the evacuation process amid worries that more deaths are unaccounted for. In the East Java town of Jember, where a flash flood and mudslide swept through four districts that left 79 people dead and displaced 7,605 others on Jan. 1, the local government ended the evacuation work and shifted focus on rehabilitation and reconstruction.

Posted in Flooding @ 09 January 2006 19:50 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 1 reaction


Jakarta: 'Bird flu all over the city' In Jakarta, the Indonesian capital, officials admit that "it's very serious. Based on our research, the virus has spread all over the city." In one province, a man was taken to the hospital when saying he had a high fever, the AP reports. He was then taken to isolation. However, he said he needed to get some personal belongings back at his home.

Posted in Bird Flu @ 09 January 2006 07:12 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 0 reactions


Indonesia halts mudslide rescue efforts Indonesian rescuers have ended days of searching for bodies buried in mud from landslides that hit two separate areas on Indonesia's Java island. The combined death toll from the disasters is 137. Soldiers, police and volunteers have toiled to clear mud and rubble of flattened homes in East Java and Central Java.

Posted in Flooding @ 08 January 2006 15:08 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 1 reaction


180 dead or missing after landslides Rescue workers carried on the grim task of searching for bodies today after pounding rains sent landslides crashing into several Indonesian villages, while the number of people listed as dead or missing fell to about 180. Authorities revised the figure after dozens of survivors were found to be staying with family or friends.

Posted in Flooding @ 07 January 2006 17:44 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 0 reactions


SIA, Lufthansa, KLM, THAI consider partnership with Garuda Singapore Airlines, Lufthansa, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines and Thai Airways International Airlines expressed interest in forming a strategic partnership with PT Garuda Indonesia, which may include injecting funds into the ailing national flag carrier, an official at the office of the Indonesian State Minister for State Enterprises said.

Posted in Garuda Indonesia @ 06 January 2006 13:00 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 13 reactions


Indonesia landslides death toll hits 120 Rescuers searched on Friday for more bodies buried under tonnes of mud after massive landslides in Indonesia, and the president said he would investigate whether environmental degradation was to blame. Soldiers and police used excavators to clear mud and logs off flattened homes after torrential rains sent landslides crashing into several villages on Java island this week. The combined official death toll stands at 120.

Posted in Flooding @ 06 January 2006 11:02 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 1 reaction


Jember's victims build hope out of the mud Wielding a shovel, Neneng cleared the thick layer of mud from her house. "It's difficult to get rid of the mud. I am glad to have the help of my relatives," said Neneng, one of the survivors of the Jember flash floods on Sunday, the death toll of which climbed to 77 on Thursday. Neneng and her husband Syamsul Arifin said they had seen tons of mud cascading toward their house on Monday in Panti district, Jember regency, East Java.

Posted in Flooding @ 06 January 2006 07:15 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 0 reactions


Indonesia expects death penalty backlash Indonesia is braced for a public backlash in Australia against any death sentences meted out to the Bali Nine. Prosecutors in Denpasar will in the next fortnight start making sentence demands for the nine Australians, who were arrested last April over a failed bid to smuggle 8kg of heroin worth $4 million from Bali to Sydney.

Posted in Drugs @ 06 January 2006 07:12 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 0 reactions


Indonesia to build world-class bird flu laboratory The Indonesian government has planned to build a laboratory to test bird flu virus with international standards as human cases of bird flu have been on the rise in the country, a health official said Thursday. "We will build a laboratory with bio security level (BSL) 3," said Hariadi Wibisono, director of animal-borne disease eradication with the Ministry of Health.

Posted in Bird Flu @ 06 January 2006 07:09 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 0 reactions


Govt withdraws last Aceh police personnel Indonesia finally withdrew its last police reinforcements from Aceh province yesterday under a landmark peace deal after problems finding ships to return them to their home bases. The withdrawal marked the final stage in a pullout of tens of thousands of Indonesian soldiers and police reinforcements from Aceh under the peace agreement between rebels and government forces.

Posted in Aceh conflict @ 06 January 2006 07:07 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 0 reactions


Jember flood death toll rises to 77 The death toll from flash floods that devastated villages in Indonesia's East Java province has risen to at least 77, as the search continued for more victims, officials said Thursday. A helicopter dropped food supplies and moved survivors as well as corpses from isolated, mud-soaked areas in Jember regency, local government spokesman Suhartomo said.

Posted in Flooding @ 05 January 2006 11:15 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 1 reaction


14 killed, 112 feared dead in another Java disaster Continuing bad weather and a lack of equipment are hampering rescue efforts in the Central Java village of Cijeruk, where a landslide has killed at least 14 people. It is feared the death toll from the pre-dawn landslide on Wednesday could rise as over 100 others are still trapped under debris. "Fourteen bodies have been evacuated but we estimate that 112 others are still buried in the mud," said Basuki, the secretary of the village that had a population of 655 prior to the disaster. Of its 144 houses, only 44 are left standing.

Posted in Flooding @ 05 January 2006 07:30 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 1 reaction


Landslide survivors pray for miracle loved ones Surviving from the grisly landslide disaster, frail Syamsuri can only hope and pray that his four children and three grandchildren are still alive. "I know the chances are slim because they are still buried in mud, but I will keep praying for them to be rescued," said the 70-year-old man through tears. Syamsuri said the disaster was so unexpected and stunning. He recalled how he was staying at the house of Juariyah, one of his daughters, when the disaster struck.

Posted in Flooding @ 05 January 2006 07:28 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 1 reaction


Floods, landslides may have killed 377 on Java Floods and landslides in Indonesia's Java island may have killed 377 people, government officials and the United Nations said. The estimate may rise as rescue workers search for survivors.

Posted in Flooding @ 05 January 2006 07:01 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 3 reactions


Death toll of Jember floods rise to 85 The death toll of floods and landslides in Jember district, Indonesia's East Java province, had increased to 85 as of Thursday morning, while rescue workers are still searching and evacuating other victims.

Posted in Flooding @ 05 January 2006 06:58 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 0 reactions


Indonesia sets up team to tackle Sulawesi violence Indonesia has set up a special counter-terrorism team to try to halt bloodshed in the country's east after a bomb attack on a Christian market which killed seven people, the chief security minister said on Wednesday. The bombing last Saturday hit a market in the city of Palu, capital of Central Sulawesi province.

Posted in C. Sulawesi conflict @ 04 January 2006 20:41 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 0 reactions


Sutiyoso set on busway launch, ignores backseat drivers Despite the technical problems during the trial run last year, Governor Sutiyoso insists the new busway corridors will start limited operations on Jan. 15. But the buses driving the new routes may still be powered by diesel, rather than cleaner compressed natural gas (CNG). And the full quotient of buses won't come into service until April. "I don't see any significant obstacles (to the launch of the new busway project). We will go ahead with the plan to have our maiden ride on Jan. 15," Sutiyoso said at City Hall on Tuesday.

Posted in General @ 04 January 2006 10:48 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 0 reactions


'200 feared dead' in Cijeruk landslide Landslides triggered by monsoon rains have killed or left missing more than 250 people on Indonesia's Java island, most of them in a single village buried beneath tons of mud and rocks early Wednesday, officials said. Most residents of Cijeruk were at home either sleeping or performing early morning Muslim prayers when the landslide tumbled down from a nearby mountain, local government official Supriyanto told The Associated Press.

Posted in Flooding @ 04 January 2006 08:53 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 0 reactions


Torrent too strong to fight: Survivor Screams and tears were all that marked the evacuation of flood survivors on Tuesday from their village in Rambipuji district, which had been isolated after a bridge connecting it with the outer world was shattered by the raging water and mud. But at last it was a cry of relief as the survivors escaped from the seclusion that had tormented them since the flashflood swept their village on Sunday night.

Posted in Flooding @ 04 January 2006 07:29 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 0 reactions


Jember rescue efforts hampered Salimah, a woman at her 40s, looked pale. Her clothes blackened with mud, the frail villager has not had food for two days. "Unless food aid is dispatched into our area soon, the death toll, especially among the children, will rise," she told Antara. Salimah was one of 110 Panti district residents still isolated on Tuesday after flash floods swept through three districts in Jember regency East Java, killing at least 63 people.

Posted in Flooding @ 04 January 2006 07:26 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 0 reactions


More than 100 feared dead in East Java landslide There are fears that more than 100 people may have been killed in a landslide in Indonesia. The slide swept through the village of Cijeruk, on the island of Java, in the early morning while residents were either sleeping of at morning prayers. Initial reports said only about a dozen people had been rescued, leaving the fate of the other 200 or so residents unknown, but believed to have been killed.

Posted in Flooding @ 04 January 2006 07:18 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 0 reactions


Central Java landslide kills 10, many more feared dead A landslide triggered by heavy rains crashed into a village in Indonesia's Central Java province on Wednesday, killing at least 10 people and trapping many more under muddy debris, an official said. The pre-dawn landslide, the latest in a series on Java island that killed 71 people earlier this week, smashed into hundreds of houses in a mountainous village of around 700 residents.

Posted in Flooding @ 04 January 2006 07:11 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 0 reactions


Sulawesi police find traces of Palu bomb blast The bomb exploded at a market on last Saturday morning in Indonesia's province of Central Sulawesi that claimed seven fatalities was wrapped with the head of a mortar round and ball bearings, police said here Tuesday. National Police deputy spokesman Sr. Commissioner Anton Bahrul Alam told a press conference here that traces of potassium chlorate, aluminum and sulfur were also found at the bomb site, a market stall which sold pork in the provincial capital of Palu.

Posted in C. Sulawesi conflict @ 03 January 2006 19:27 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 0 reactions


PT Dirgantara Indonesia claims production of 484 planes Aerospace industry PT Dirgantara Indonesia claimed Tuesday it has produced 484 aircraft of various types since its establishment in 1976. The company has managed to sell aircraft to foreign markets, Dirgantara Acting President Nuril Fuad told President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, who was visiting the factory in the West Java capital of Bandung, some 150 km south of Jakarta. He said Malaysia has purchased eight aircraft, Thailand bought two, South Korea acquired eight and Pakistan ordered four.

Posted in Economy @ 03 January 2006 19:26 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 2 reactions


Inflation down in December Indonesia's inflation rate fell in December for the first time in seven months after the state oil company cut fuel costs and food prices stabilised. Consumer prices in South-East Asia's largest economy rose 17.1% from a year earlier, Choiril Maksum, director of the Central Statistic Bureau said yesterday in Jakarta. The rate was lower than the six-year high of 18.4% in November and the 18% median forecast in a Bloomberg survey of 10 economists. Prices fell 0.04% from a month earlier.

Posted in Economy @ 03 January 2006 07:18 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 0 reactions


Java flood death toll hits 59, villages cut off Hundreds of rescue workers and soldiers struggled to reach villages devastated by floods and landslides in Indonesia's East Java on Tuesday as the death toll from the disaster climbed to at least 59. Eddy Susilo, head of the Information Ministry branch in the town of Jember, not far from the scene, said the bodies of 57 villagers had been found. Two rescue workers had also drowned in swollen rivers on Tuesday, he added.

Posted in Flooding @ 03 January 2006 07:11 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 0 reactions


Spokesman: Yudhoyono refuses pay raise President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono has refused a proposed increase in his salary and perks. The 2006 state budget had earmarked funds for an average five percent increase in official salaries but Yudhoyono has declined his own rise, presidential spokesman Andi Mallarangeng said. "The president has decided to issue a presidential regulation confirming that salaries and allowances for the president and the vice president will not be raised," he was quoted as saying by the Detikcom news website.

Posted in General @ 02 January 2006 19:51 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 0 reactions


Flooding kills at least 34 in East Java Flash floods swept away hundreds houses and schools in central Indonesia early Monday, killing at least 34 people, said a government official. Villages were inundated when overnight rains triggered a landslide on a hill in Panti, a subdistrict of East Java province, and forced a river to burst its banks.

Posted in Flooding @ 02 January 2006 14:23 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 0 reactions


Floods kill at least 22 in East Java; death toll expected to rise Flash floods in central Indonesia killed at least 22 people Monday, a government official said, predicting that the toll would rise. Local media reports said as many as 31 people died after a river broke its banks in Panti, a subdistrict of East Java province. "So far we have received 22 bodies," said Burhanudin, a local official in Panti, who goes by only one name.

Posted in Weather @ 02 January 2006 07:13 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 0 reactions


Police detain man after market bombing Indonesian police have detained a man and tightened road blocks around the city of Palu in a hunt for those responsible for killing seven people in a nail bomb attack on a Christian market on New Year's Eve. Police said on Sunday that several locations in Palu, capital of volatile Central Sulawesi province in the country's east, had also been raided. They declined to give details.

Posted in C. Sulawesi conflict @ 01 January 2006 10:51 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 0 reactions


Govt to delay last Aceh police withdrawal Transport problems have delayed until early next week the withdrawal of Indonesia's last police reinforcements from Aceh province, the final stage in a pullout of tens of thousands of soldiers and police under a landmark peace deal, police said. The contingent, which had been due to leave on Saturday, was likely to leave on Monday because of problems getting a vessel to ship them home.

Posted in Aceh conflict @ 01 January 2006 10:47 CET by Jeroen · permalink · 0 reactions
    
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