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  • One Killed, 6 Injured in Stampede at Jusuf Kalla’s Makassar Home

    An 11-year-old child was trampled to death and six people were injured in a stampede at the house of Vice President-elect Jusuf Kalla in Makassar, where thousands had reportedly flocked to receive a box of food and Rp 50,000 worth ($4.35) of Idul Fitri alms on Tuesday afternoon, according to media reports.
  • Ramadan Can Mean Profits for Indonesians

    It’s been an incredibly hectic month for Raflesia. A part-time housemaid, a wife and a mother of three, this Ramadan she joins the legions of Indonesians running a one-person business selling traditional Indonesian snacks for breaking the fast and Idul Fitri celebration.
  • A Multi-Ethnic Spiritual Haven ‘Assimilates’ Into Bandung

    Painted a vibrant red with gold embellishments, Al Imtizaj follows in the footsteps of Lautze 2 mosque in catering to Bandung’s growing community of Chinese Indonesian Muslims. 
  • Police Investigate Extortion on Foreigners, Detain 18 Including 2 Officers

    Jakarta Police has taken over the extortion case against foreigners and migrant workers at the capital’s Soekarno-Hatta International Airport after the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) initiated an investigation into the issue over the weekend and detained at least 18 people.

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  • One Killed, 6 Injured in Stampede at Jusuf Kalla’s Makassar Home

    An 11-year-old child was trampled to death and six people were injured in a stampede at the house of Vice President-elect Jusuf Kalla in Makassar, where thousands had reportedly flocked to receive a box of food and Rp 50,000 worth ($4.35) of Idul Fitri alms on Tuesday afternoon, according to media reports.
  • Ramadan Can Mean Profits for Indonesians

    It’s been an incredibly hectic month for Raflesia. A part-time housemaid, a wife and a mother of three, this Ramadan she joins the legions of Indonesians running a one-person business selling traditional Indonesian snacks for breaking the fast and Idul Fitri celebration.
  • A Multi-Ethnic Spiritual Haven ‘Assimilates’ Into Bandung

    Painted a vibrant red with gold embellishments, Al Imtizaj follows in the footsteps of Lautze 2 mosque in catering to Bandung’s growing community of Chinese Indonesian Muslims. 
  • Police Investigate Extortion on Foreigners, Detain 18 Including 2 Officers

    Jakarta Police has taken over the extortion case against foreigners and migrant workers at the capital’s Soekarno-Hatta International Airport after the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) initiated an investigation into the issue over the weekend and detained at least 18 people.

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