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Radi Anky Juremi

Citizen based in Jakarta, 04, Indonesia. Joined on Jul 4, 2009


Remission for Indonesian Corrupt officials and terrorists

The government has cut prison terms of 38 corrupt officials and terrorists by between 15 days and one and a half months in conjunction with Idul Fitri.

Chris John Beats Rocky Juarez in Vegas

Chris John beat US Boxer, Rocky Juarez, in Las Vegas on Saturday night, (9/19), with an unanimous decision and successfully defending his World Boxing Association featherweight title.

Indonesian Muslim Group Criticizes Japanese Porn Star Invite reported that Muslim leader and organization on Friday, criticized an Indonesian production company for inviting a Japanese adult video star to appear in its new movie.

Earthquake hit Bali and North Maluku, Indonesia.

Two earthquakes, each measuring 6.4 on the Richter scale, hit Bali and North Maluku on Saturday (9/19). Seven people injured and others running and fleeing outside.

Aceh, Indonesia's Stoning Law 'Constitutes Torture'

Amnesty International has joined the chorus of condemnation against the passing of a new Islamic law in Indonesia's Aceh province that calls for adulterers to be stoned to death and homosexuality and premarital sex to be punished by lashes.

Noordin M Top's Body Will Be Returned To Malaysia Special

The authorities said on Friday that Indonesia will return the body of the terror mastermind, Noordin M Top, to Malaysia.

Anti-Malaysia Demonstration Takes Place in Jakarta

Although Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono already called for police action against any anti-Malaysia demonstrators, another rally still took place on Sunday.

Discovery will Produce Pendet Dance Show

Malaysia’s Star newspaper reported on Saturday, that Discovery Channel will produce a 30-minute program on the pendet dance to try and alleviate tensions between Malaysia and Indonesia.

Indonesian officials say media coverage inhibiting police

Indonesia's National Police Chief, General Bambang Hendarso Danuri, said a raid in Surakarta, Central Java, on August 8, had been a flop due to aggressive media coverage.

No Police Officers Injured in the Temanggung Raid Special

No police officers were injured during a raid in a house in Temanggung, Central Java. This house is believed to be the hideout of infamous terrorist Noordin M. Top,

Possible Connection Between Jemaah Islamiyah and Somali Militants

The Indonesian Foreign Minister, Hassan Wirajuda, has suggested that there maybe some connection between the Somali militants arrested in Australia for a suicide bomb plot to Southeast Asian terrorist group Jemaah Islamiyah.

Turkish Airlines to Arrive in Indonesia

Since the European Union (EU) lifted its ban on Indonesian airlines, Turkey's flag carrier is to begin Istanbul-Jakarta service on Aug. 30.

Twin-Otter Merpati Plane Goes Missing in Indonesia

A Merpati plane went missing during its flight from Sentani Airport to Oksibil Airport, Jayapura in Papua, on Aug. 2. There were 16 people on board.

Indonesian Police Implore Hackers to Fight Terrorism

The Indonesian National Police, through its Cyber Crime Unit, are calling on the country's hackers to help and give a hand in the fight against terrorism.

Indonesian Economy Not Jolted by Hotel Attack

Friday’s deadly bombings at the Ritz-Carlton and JW Marriott hotels in Jakarta had a limited impact on the trading of domestic stocks, bonds and the rupiah.

Defense Minister Juwono Visits Jakarta Bombings Victims Special

Indonesian Defense Minister Juwono Sudarsono visited the Metropolitan Medical Center (MMC) hospital on July 18 to show his deepest sympathy to all the wounded victims of Jakarta's hotel bombings.

One of the Perpetrators of Jakarta Bombings Already Identified

The officials confirmed that the blasts at the JW Marriott and Ritz Carlton Hotel were suicide bombs. Officials also identified one of the perpetrators.

President Yudhoyono: Jakarta hotel bombings an act of terrorism

President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono vowed that he would arrest the terrorists and masterminds who are responsible for the twin attacks on the JW Marriott and Ritz Carlton hotels in Jakarta. The attacks killed nine people and wounded 50.

Two Explosions in Jakarta

Explosions occurred near the Marriott and Ritz Carlton Hotel, Mega Kuningan, Jakarta, Friday, July 17, around 07.45 W.I.B in the morning.

Golkar Still a Pro-Government Party Special

Almost all Golkar executives attended the party meeting on Monday to evaluate the party's poor performance during the general elections, which held at the residence of Jusuf Kalla, on Mangunsarkoro Street, Central Jakarta.
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