Indonesia

Headlines For August 4, 2021

CDC Issues New Eviction Moratorium Following Rep. Cori Bush Protest to Protect RentersRep. Tlaib Calls for House Democrats to Return Donations from Real Estate TycoonCOVID Death Toll in Indonesia Tops 100,000; Tokyo Reports Record Daily...
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Emsc Reports Magnitude 5.8 Earthquake In Ocean South Of Indonesia's Sungai Penuh

The European-Mediterranean Seismological Centre (EMSC) reported early on Tuesday morning a strong earthquake of magnitude 5.8 south of Sumatra. It was originally reported as a stronger magnitude 6.1 quake.
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Indonesian Ambassador Optimistic About Authorization Of Sputnik V In Country

MOSCOW, (Sputnik), Ekaterina Chukaeva - Jose Tavares, Indonesian ambassador in Russia, has expressed optimism while speaking to Sputnik that the Russian-made Sputnik V vaccine will be approved for use in Indonesia.
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Indonesia Faces Criticism For Lack Of Financial Support Amid Lockdowns

A slowed economy plus COVID-19 restrictions have created financial hardshipOriginally published on Global VoicesIndonesian President Joko Widodo announces the extension of Indonesia's PPKM COVID-19 restrictions. Screenshot taken from ABC's...
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How Scientists And Communities Can Build Partnerships To Deal With Floods: Learning From Indonesia

Millions of people in Indonesia, a vast low-lying archipelago in Southeast Asia with the second-longest coastline in the world, live in flood-prone river and coastal areas. Floods and storms are the most common type of disaster affecting Indonesian...

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Strong Undersea Quake Shakes Indonesia; No Tsunami Warning

A strong, shallow underwater earthquake shook central Indonesia on Monday but no serious damage was immediately reported and no tsunami warning was issued.
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Magnitude 5.7 Earthquake Strikes Off Indonesia Coast

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - A 5.7 magnitude earthquake struck off the northern coast of Indonesian Sulawesi Island on 26 July, the United States Geological Survey said.
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Is South Korea Truly A ‘middle Power’?

Gilbert Rozman South Korea, Asia In the Indo-Pacific region, it is postulated that South Korea, Australia, and Indonesia (or even ASEAN) could join hands and impact Sino-U.S. relations. There is no sign of this nor any reason to think that shared...
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‘lack Of Global Solidarity’, Slow Vaccination Rates Put Indonesia In Covid Glare

A “lack of global solidarity” including the hoarding of vaccines by richer nations as well as slow vaccination rate has contributed to Indonesia becoming the epicentre of the COVID-19 outbreak in Asia, according to the UN’s top official in the...

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Indonesia “sea-to-table” Platform Aruna Hooks $35m Led By Prosus And East Ventures Growth Fund

When Aruna’s founders first met at university, they wanted to find a way to use their studies in information technology to help family members who were running small fisheries. Indonesia is one of the world’s largest fisheries producers, but the...

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Indonesian B2b Marketplace Gudangada Raises More Than $100m In New Funding

GudangAda founder and chief executive officer Stevensang GudangAda, a Jakarta-based marketplace that brings wholesalers closer to retail stores and other buyers, announced it has closed a Series B of more than $100 million. The company says the...
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Sumatran Elephant Found Beheaded In Indonesia

A critically endangered Sumatran elephant has been found decapitated with its tusks missing in Indonesia, the conservation agency said Monday, as it opened a poaching investigation.

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Usgs: 6.1-magnitude Quake Strikes Eastern Indonesia

A 6.1-magnitude earthquake struck off the coast of Indonesia's Sulawesi island Saturday, the United States Geological Survey said, but no tsunami warning was issued and there were no immediate reports of damage.The strong quake hit 258 kilometers...
Related topics: Earthquakes, Polls, Tsunami

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Us Ships Moderna Vaccine To Indonesia Amid Covid-19 Surge

As Indonesia deals with a surge in COVID-19 cases, the Biden administration is sending three million doses of the Moderna coronavirus vaccine to the country on July 9, a senior administration official tells VOA. The shipment is one...
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Indonesian Edtech Startup Gredu Raises $4m Series A To Keep Teachers, Parents And Students Engaged...

Many teachers and parents in Indonesia rely on WhatsApp to keep in touch, creating “multiple groups that often become messy and highly ineffective, and result in confusion or lost threads,” says Rizky Aniez, the co-founder and chief executive...
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Early Humans Were Sheltered From Worst Effects Of Volcanic Supereruption

A massive volcanic eruption in Indonesia about 74,000 years ago likely caused severe climate disruption in many areas of the globe, but early human populations were sheltered from the worst effects, suggests a new study published in the journal PNAS.
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Sharia In Action In Indonesia: Woman Collapses After Receiving 100 Lashes For Premarital Sex

An Indonesian woman collapsed after receiving 100 lashes for premarital sex in the Sharia province of Aceah. Her lover and others were also sentenced to public lashes for “religious transgressions.” The Islamic criminal code in Aceh “includes...
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Ferry Sinks In Rough Seas Near Bali; 7 Dead And 11 Missing

Rescuers are searching for 11 people missing after a ferry sank near Indonesia’s resort island of Bali

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Ferry Sinks In Rough Seas Near Bali; 6 Dead And 3 Missing

Rescuers are searching for three people missing after a ferry sank with more than 50 people onboard in rough seas near Indonesia’s resort island of Bali, killing at least six people

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Ann Bernstein Interview With Lant Pritchett

Ann Bernstein: From your knowledge of India and Indonesia, what are the core causes of their lack of educational progress? These are places with highly qualified civil servants and, at least in India’s case, a democratic government. How do you see...
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