A very interesting article wrote by Robert Lindsay entitled The Peopling of Indonesia can be used as a first step to further understand the diversity of Indonesia. What I am interested is … Continue Reading Indonesian: Who are we?
Source: Canadianpress.google.com In this photo released by the World Wildlife Fund, a leatherback turtle fitted with a satellite tracking device heads for the sea on July 25, 2003, on a … Continue Reading Leatherback turtle swims from Indonesia to Oregon in epic journey
Source : VoaNews.com By Marianne Kearney Jakarta 07 February 2008 A remote village in the central highlands of Indonesia’s Papua province is now better connected to the outside world because … Continue Reading Radio Connects Remote Papuan Village
Source : Bloomberg.com By Ed Johnson Feb. 7 (Bloomberg) — Australia and Indonesia agreed to strengthen security ties and boost their fight against international terrorism when foreign ministers Stephen Smith … Continue Reading Australia, Indonesia Boost Anti-Terrorism, Security Cooperation
Source : Reuters By Rob Taylor CANBERRA, Feb 7 (Reuters) – Australia and Indonesia said they were making inroads into combating extremists in Southeast Asia, agreeing on Thursday to step … Continue Reading Indonesia, Australia say winning against extremists
Source: Monstersandcritics.com Jakarta – Rescue workers were searching for nine people missing after their boat sank off the easternmost Indonesian province of Papua. Eight survivors were rescued in the accident, … Continue Reading Nine people missing after ship sinks in eastern Indonesian sea (Papua)
Source: heraldsun.com.au PRIME Minister Kevin Rudd will meet Indonesia’s Foreign Minister Hassan Wirajuda today as both countries herald a new era in bilateral relations. Dr Wirajuda was in Perth yesterday … Continue Reading Kevin Rudd to meet Indonesian foreign minister