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January 30, 2020

Saudi Princess Reports Losing US$37 million in Bali Property Scam

Princess Lolowah binti Faisal bin Abdulaziz Al Saud of Saudi Arabia reportedly lost billions of rupiah after she fell victim to property scammers. The head of the National Police’s General – Read More...
January 12, 2020

Iran Says Its Forces Shot Down Ukraine Air Due to Human Error

Iran said on Saturday, January 11, it unintentionally shot down a Ukrainian passenger plane killing 176 people on board due to human error, after initially denying it brought down the plane in – Read More...
January 8, 2020

Gold, Oil Prices Surge as Iran Launches Missiles to U.S.

Gold and oil prices reportedly increased in line with the launching of a missile attack by Iran to the U.S. forces in Iraq. In Indonesia, Antam’s gold bar price reached almost Rp800,000 – Read More...
January 8, 2020

Police in Australia are accusing 24 people of deliberately setting bushfires

The Australia wildfires are a countrywide catastrophe, mainly caused by drought and extreme heat, but dozens of people are directly to blame for some of the problem, officials say. Police – Read More...
January 7, 2020

Britain Jails Reynhard Sinaga, UK's 'Most Prolific Rapist'

A student from Indonesia was identified as Britain’s most prolific rapist on Monday after being convicted of more than 150 offences, including 136 rapes. In four separate trials, Reynhard Sinaga, – Read More...
December 19, 2019

Starting in February 2020, Indonesians Citizens Must Pay 80€ to Apply for a Schengen Visa

As of February 2020, Indonesian citizens will need to pay a fee of €80 instead of €60 as they did so far, when applying for a Schengen Visa from Indonesia. – Read More...
November 30, 2019

Indonesia halts Singapore’s water polo reign at SEA Games

Indonesia clinched the first gold medal of the Southeast Asian Games in the Philippines on Friday with a historic victory, bringing Singapore’s 54-year stranglehold on the men’s water polo competition – Read More...
November 13, 2019

Hong Kong police watchdog unequipped to probe protest response: experts

Hong Kong’s police watchdog is currently unequipped to investigate the force’s handling of months of pro-democracy protests, a panel of international experts appointed by the city’s own government has found. – Read More...
November 12, 2019

Death toll in Mindanao quakes climbs to 21

The death toll in two powerful quakes that struck the southern Philippines in the past week has risen to 21, authorities said Sunday, as survivors struggled to access food and – Read More...
November 10, 2019

Philippine drug war critic vows end to ‘senseless’ killing

The vocal critic that Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has named to a lead role in his deadly drug war called on Friday for revamping the crackdown and ending its “senseless” – Read More...