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    Indonesia protests after Saudi Arabia executes domestic maid

    Tuti Tursilawati, a mother of one, had been convicted of murdering her employer, who workers rights’ group Migrant Care said was trying to rape her at the time. 

    Southeast Asia
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    Indonesian plane crashes into sea with 189 passengers, crew

    An Indonesian Lion Air Boeing 737 carrying 189 passengers and crew crashed into the sea off the Indonesian coast shortly after take-off from Jakarta, the search and rescue agency said on Monday.

    Southeast Asia
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    More bodies found as death toll from Indonesia quake nears 2000

    Nearly 2000 bodies have been recovered from Palu since an earthquake and tsunami struck the Indonesian city, an official said Monday, warning the number would rise with thousands still missiing.

    Southeast Asia
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    Indonesia quake, tsunami death toll surges to over 1,200

    More than 1,200 people are now known to have died in the quake-tsunami that smashed into Sulawesi, Indonesia said Tuesday, as police pledged to clamp down on looting by survivors taking advantage of the chaos.

    Southeast Asia
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    Indonesian election season is a gauge of rise of political Islam

    About 100 residents of a gritty commercial district of Indonesia’s capital listen intently as a man roars into a microphone: “Are you ready to change our president? Are you ready for new leadership?”

    Southeast Asia
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    Indonesia votes in preview of 2019 presidential polls

    Tens of millions of Indonesians will vote Wednesday in regional elections seen as a gauge of President Joko Widodo's prospects for re-election next year in the world's third biggest democracy.

    Southeast Asia
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    Indonesia, India to develop strategic Indian Ocean port

    Indonesia and India pledged on Wednesday to step up a defence and maritime cooperation, with plans to develop a strategic Indonesian naval port in the Indian Ocean.

    Southeast Asia
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    13 dead, 41 hurt as suicide bombers hit Indonesian churches

    Suicide bombers who carried out deadly attacks on three churches in Indonesia's second-largest city on Sunday were a family of six that included two young children, police.

    Southeast Asia
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    ‘Local story, global appeal’: Netflix’s strategy in India with ‘Sacred Games’ and other projects

    Netflix is a pop culture phenomenon in India without the numbers to support it. It is not known exactly how many Indians watch the series, films and documentaries available on the streaming.

    Art and Culture
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    Indonesia brings together former militants and attack survivors

    Indonesia’s anti-terrorism agency on Wednesday held a controversial meeting of 124 former militants and 51 survivors of a string of attacks in the country, including the deadly Bali bombings.

    Southeast Asia
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    Pakistani, Indonesian presidents agree to work for Afghan peace

    The visiting Indonesian President Joko Widodo and his Pakistani counterpart Mamnoon Hussain have agreed to work together for peace in the war-shattered Afghanistan.

    Central Asia
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    Indonesia president nominates air chief to replace controversial military head

    Indonesian President Joko Widodo has nominated the chief of staff of the air force to be the new head the armed forces (TNI), to replace a controversial general who is due to retire in April.

    Southeast Asia
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    Indonesia,Turkey team up in defense, enhance military ties

    Collaboration between Turkey and Indonesia in the defense industry and the military is increasing as the two countries are engaged in joint production of tanks, drones, submarines, weapons and radar systems.

    Southeast Asia
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    Climate change to have devastating effect in Asia: Study

    Climate change would bring devastating consequences to countries in the Pacific and Asia, a new report has warned and said Southern India may witness a decline in rice yields by five per cent in 2030s.

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    Philippines, Malaysia and Indonesia launch joint patrols to counter IS

    Indonesia's military chief Gatot Nurmantyo said the patrols are timely as his country tries to stop any militants from Marawi escaping to Indonesia while posing as refugees.

    Southeast Asia
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    1,500 people and 500 tons of luggage -- here's how the Saudi king travels

    The King will spend a few days in Jakarta and West Java before heading to the popular tourist island of Bali on the Indonesian leg of a month-long Asia tour that's already taken him to Malaysia

    Lifestyle
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    ASEAN and the Rohingya Crisis

    The worsening plight of Muslim Rohingya communities in Myanmar’s Rakhine state could soon imperil the country’s government, as well as the reputation of its leader, the Nobel Peace Prize laureate Daw Aung San Suu Kyi.

    Southeast Asia
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    Indonesian court gives go-ahead to blasphemy trial of Jakarta governor

    An Indonesian court will proceed with a controversial blasphemy trial against Jakarta’s Christian governor, who is accused of insulting the Qur’an, a judge said on Tuesday.

    Southeast Asia
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    Indonesians mark 12th tsunami anniversary with prayers

    Thousands of Indonesians prayed for their loved ones at mass graves and mosques Monday to mark a tsunami which devastated Aceh province 12 years ago today, one of the worst natural disasters in human history.

    Southeast Asia
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    India to attend Islamabad conference

    A senior official of the Ministry of Science and Technology, Pakistan has confirmed to The Express Tribune that a delegation from India was participating in the three-day conference.

    South Asia

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