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Indonesian lawmaker jailed in Alstom-Marubeni bribe case

Jakarta - Indonesia's main anti-corruption court sentenced a lawmaker to three years' jail Monday for accepting bribes from French company Alstom and Japan's Marubeni in a multimillion-dollar contract.
In the Media by AFP

Indonesia poll outcome dims economic reform hopes: analysts

Jakarta - Prospects for much-needed reforms in Southeast Asia's top economy are in doubt after a worse-than-expected election performance by the main opposition left Indonesia staring at an unwieldy coalition government, analysts warn.
In the Media by Samuel Reeves (AFP)

Australian drug mule Corby escapes jail return over TV interview

Jakarta - Australian drug mule Schapelle Corby will not have her parole revoked over a controversial TV interview, an Indonesian official said Friday, adding there was no ground to send her back to jail.
In the Media by AFP

Indonesia vote to set governor on course for presidency

Jakarta - Indonesians went to the polls Wednesday in parliamentary elections expected to boost the main opposition and move their popular presidential candidate, Jakarta governor Joko Widodo, a step closer to becoming the country's next leader.
In the Media by Sam Reeves (AFP)

Indonesian maid to return to Hong Kong to help torture probe

Hong Kong - An Indonesian maid allegedly tortured by her Hong Kong employer will return to the city next week for a medical examination to help bolster the investigation in the case that sparked angry protests, officials said Friday.
In the Media by AFP

Six dead, one missing in S. Korea fishing boat fire

Seoul - Six people died after jumping off a fishing boat that caught fire off a South Korean island on Monday, with efforts underway to rescue its missing captain, the coastguard said.Five Indonesian crew members and one South Korean were pronounced dead of hy...
In the Media by AFP

Russia's leading role in the Indonesian mining revolution

Russia's two metal giants have emerged as big winners from Indonesia's new mining law, after leading a drive to get Jakarta to stick to its controversial mineral ore export ban in the fac...
In the Media by Randy Fabi and Fergus Jensen (Reuters)

Final missing 'Japan diver' found in Indonesia

Malang - A body believed to be that of a Japanese diver who went missing with six others off Bali a month ago has been found far from where she disappeared, Indonesian police said Monday.The body, thought to be that of diving instructor Shoko Takahashi, was fou...
In the Media by AFP

Analysis: Indonesia's stock market set for another boost from earnings

Asia's best performing stock market this year, Indonesia, is now seeing a string of upgrades in corporate earnings forecasts that could give the rally further momentum and cem...
In the Media by Vidya Ranganathan and Abhishek Vishnoi (Reuters)

Korea's quirky messaging apps go on offensive in text-happy Indonesia

South Korea's pioneering mobile messaging apps have taken their oversized emoticons to Indonesia, intent on breaking the dominance of BlackBerry Ltd's BBM messaging servic...
In the Media by Miyoung Kim and Andjarsari Paramaditha (Reuters)
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Beautiful marine animals: The pink hairy squat lobster

The world's oceans are teeming with life. There is a huge number and variety of marine organisms, both animals and...
Feb 14, 2013 in  Reason and Science by Igor I. Solar - 5 comments

Lindsay Sandiford's Cocaine Could Have Damaged 10,000 Lives

As prisoner support groups race to condemn Lindsay Sandiford's conviction for trafficking 4.8kg of cocaine into...
Feb 12, 2013 by BR Good

Death Sentence Brit: Did campaign group 'Reprieve' damage Lindsay Sandiford's case?

Indonesia doesn't do excuses. In court, they like to see a little humility from the accused. Obviously, the people at...
Jan 26, 2013 by BR Good

INDONESIA: Blatantly Corrupt Judiciary or Just Really Bad at Maths?

Would you pay $100k USD for 3 months off a 10-year sentence? Unlikely. It could buy you an apartment upon release. It...
Jan 16, 2013 by BR Good

The role of the emerging Indonesian middle class in spurring Indonesian entrepreneurship

The middle class in many developing countries, including Indonesia, can be considered a class that merely consumes....
Oct 10, 2012 by Martin Hahn
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