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  • Public Works and Housing Minister Basoeki Hadimoeljono: We will continue to do structural audits of old bridges
  • The Return of Dr. M
    Asean & Beyond

    The Return of Dr. M

    The opposition's victory in Malaysia ends Barisan Nasional's reign in the country. Corruption and economic strife were key contributing factors.

  • Wan Azizah Wan Ismail, President of the People's Justice Party
  • Backyard Natural Remedies
    Outreach

    Backyard Natural Remedies

    Indonesia's wealth of herbs and spices, believed to be effective natural remedies, has made the herbal oil sector flourish.

  • Pranoto's Secret Recipe
    Outreach

    Pranoto's Secret Recipe

    After a traffic accident, Servasius Bambang Pranoto began making homemade herbal oil to relieve his condition. Today, his monthly turnover reaches tens of billions of rupiah.

  • Presidential Hopefuls With No Party Support
    National

    Presidential Hopefuls With No Party Support

    Several individuals have declared themselves as presidential candidates, despite the absence of party support. Gatot Nurmantyo and Abraham Samad are particularly persistent.

  • Lightning Train
    Economy

    Lightning Train

    The loan for the rapid train project was disbursed two years after the project had been in operation. The China Development Bank requested a timely deposit of capital.

  • 36 Hours of terror
    Cover Story

    36 Hours of terror

    Detainees and convicts from terrorism cases jailed in the Salemba Detention Facility of the National Police's Mobile Brigade Command Headquarters in Kelapa Dua, Depok, West Java, rioted and attacked police guards and members of the Special Counter-Terrorism Unit on Tuesday last week. After taking possession of firearms, rifles, and explosives which they took from officers and the evidence room, they held six members of the Special Counter-Terrorism Unit hostage and took over the facility for 36 hours. The rioting inmates, numbering over a hundred, surrendered after being surrounded by thousands of police. Six people died during the tension-filled incident: five police officers who had been taken hostage, and one inmate.

  • Daulah at the Brigade Headquarters
    Cover Story

    Daulah at the Brigade Headquarters

    Most of the detainees and terrorist convicts at Jakarta's Mobile Brigade Headquarters are affiliated with the Jamaah Ansharut Daulah group. They obey the orders of Aman Abdurrahman.

  • A Mastermind Behind Bars
    Cover Story

    A Mastermind Behind Bars

    Aman Abdurrahman is suspected of ordering the execution of terrorist attacks in Indonesia while still behind bars. His network was able to take over the detention facility at the Mobile Brigade Headquarters.

  • Cover Story

    Cover Story

    National Police Chief, General Tito Karnavian: The Food Issue Was Just a Trigger

    A day after Indonesian National Police Chief General Tito Karnavian flew to Jordan, a riot broke out at the Detention Facility of the National Police's Mobile Brigade Command Headquarters in Kelapa Dua, Depok, West Java.

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  • Opinion

    Bitter Lesson from Kelapa Dua

    Last week's riot at the National Police Mobile Brigade's (Brimob) detention center was a slap in the face for our law enforcement institutions.

  • Opinion

    A Peculiar Case in Meulaboh

    A district court has annulled a cassation verdict against a company responsible for a forest fire. The decision has jeopardized legal certainty.

  • Opinion

    Victory for Malaysian Democracy

    Or the first time, an opposition coalition has won in Malaysian general election. It's the victory of common sense.



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