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Asia Today: Indonesians return to mosques, at a distance
May 29, 2020

Asia Today: Indonesians return to mosques, at a distance

Muslims in parts of Indonesia are attending Friday prayers as mosques closed by the coronavirus for weeks are allowed to start reopening in the world’s most populous Muslim nation

Asia Today: Indonesians return to mosques, at a distance
May 29, 2020

Asia Today: Indonesians return to mosques, at a distance

Muslims in parts of Indonesia are attending Friday prayers as mosques closed by the coronavirus for weeks are allowed to start reopening in the world’s most populous Muslim nation

Asia Today: Indonesians return to mosques, at a distance
May 29, 2020

Asia Today: Indonesians return to mosques, at a distance

Muslims in parts of Indonesia are attending Friday prayers as mosques closed by the coronavirus for weeks are allowed to start reopening in the world’s most populous Muslim nation

3 rebels linked to Indonesia gold mine attack die in clash
Apr 11, 2020

3 rebels linked to Indonesia gold mine attack die in clash

Indonesian security forces have shot and killed three separatist rebels who were suspected in an attack that killed a New Zealander near the world’s largest gold mine in the easternmost province of Papua

Indonesian starts business to make hazmat suit for hospitals
Apr 11, 2020

Indonesian starts business to make hazmat suit for hospitals

An Indonesian businesswoman was worried about her friends working in hospitals

Singapore battles virus hotspots in migrant workers' dorms
Apr 10, 2020

Singapore battles virus hotspots in migrant workers' dorms

After managing to keep on top of the first wave of coronavirus outbreaks, Singapore is grappling with an alarming rise in infections among migrant workers housed in crowded dormitories

Iran: Lifting US sanctions will help salvage nuclear deal
Aug 29, 2019

Iran: Lifting US sanctions will help salvage nuclear deal

Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif says Iran's supreme leader will not meet President Donald Trump unless Washington halts its "economic terrorism" that has hurt ordinary Iranians

Police say 1 soldier killed in protest in Indonesia's Papua
Aug 28, 2019

Police say 1 soldier killed in protest in Indonesia's Papua

Police say an Indonesian soldier has been killed and five police officers injured in a violent protest in the restive Papua region

Indonesia to move capital from sinking Jakarta to Borneo
Aug 27, 2019

Indonesia to move capital from sinking Jakarta to Borneo

Indonesia's president says the country's capital will move from overcrowded, sinking and polluted Jakarta to a sparsely populated part of Borneo island, known for rainforests and orangutans

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