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Edition 18 June 2019

  • Misery in a Foreign Land
    Cover Story

    Misery in a Foreign Land

    The lives of hundreds of former ISIS supporters from Indonesia hang in uncertainty in Syria. Kurdish authorities are willing to return refugees as long as the Indonesian government makes an official request. Tempo investigated those locked up in prisons and those living in refugee camps.

  • Goats and Syrian Djinns
    Cover Story

    Goats and Syrian Djinns

    Indonesians occupied the lowest caste in ISIS territories. Women whose husbands died were turned into suicide bombers.

  • Ruins of the Caliphate Capital
    Cover Story

    Ruins of the Caliphate Capital

    Areas previously controlled by ISIS are in ruins. A few remaining combatants attack occasionally.

  • Beef Floss in Evacuation Tents
    Cover Story

    Beef Floss in Evacuation Tents

    Mustaga Bali looked quite stocky in his camouflage outfit. He is six feet tall and has a receding hairline.

  • Tough Life in the Caliphate
    Cover Story

    Tough Life in the Caliphate

    Deportees from Syria and Iraq are rebuilding their lives. Joining ISIS was apparently a big mistake.

  • We are Ready to Return Indonesian ISIS Supporters
    Cover Story

    We are Ready to Return Indonesian ISIS Supporters

    chief of NES Foreign Relations, Abdulkarim Omar

  • Presidential Election Dispute Trial Begins
    News Capsule

    Presidential Election Dispute Trial Begins

    THE Constitutional Court opened the first trial of the dispute over the 2019 presidential elections on Friday, June 14.

  • The Doom-sayings of  Dr. Doom
    Market Pulse

    The Doom-sayings of Dr. Doom

    Nouriell Roubini is famous for his nickname: Dr. Doom.

  • Suffering from Mining Sector’s Slowdown
    Economy

    Suffering from Mining Sector’s Slowdown

    Mining center areas are struggling to survive the sector’s demise. The sluggish economy has also hit the property sector in mining districts and cities.

  • Old Business, New Targets
    Economy

    Old Business, New Targets

    The Bakrie Group now engages in the electric bus industry, eyeing mass transportation projects.

  • Law

    Law

    Ferrari without License Plate

    A team from Customs confiscated a number of luxury cars in Jakarta due to violation of temporary import permit. A smuggling under the guise of exhibition.

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  • Law

    We Suffer the Repercussions

    We Suffer the Repercussions

    Bachtiar, representative of Tahta Jaya Indonesia:

  • Law

    Minister’s Commission Via Personal Assistant

    Minister’s Commission Via Personal Assistant

    Investigation into a bribery case over grant funds for the KONI begun to target Minister of Youth and Sports Imam Nahrawi. There is evidence of a flow of over ten billion rupiah.

  • Interview

    This Is Not Only About Returning People Home

    This Is Not Only About Returning People Home

    Commissioner General Suhardi Alius, chief of the National Counterterrorism Agency

  • Photo

    Picture Window

    Waterworld

    An aerial photo of floods that inundated residential areas in Asera subdistrict, North Konawe Regency, Southeast Sulawesi, Tuesday, June 11. Thousands of homes in five villages in the Asera subdistrict are submerged in a flashflood. The North Konawe Regional Disaster Mitigation Agency data shows that Tapuwatu village suffers the worst calamity that all houses in that area are submerged and none of them can be seen from the surface of the water. ANTARA/Oheo Sakti

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  • Kopassus Objection
    Letters

    Kopassus Objection

    In connection with the report on June 10-16, 2019 edition of Tempo magazine with the cover headline May Mayhem Masterminds, on page 26 there is text and photographs about TNI Major General (ret) Soenarko and Infantry Lieutenant Colonel (ret) Fauka Noor Farid accompanied by the following news:

  • Reclamation
    Cartoon

    Reclamation

    Cartoon: Yuyun Nurrachman

  • WATERWORLD
    Picture Window

    WATERWORLD

    An aerial photo of floods that inundated residential areas in Asera subdistrict, North Konawe Regency, Southeast Sulawesi, Tuesday, June 11. Thousands of homes in five villages in the Asera subdistrict are submerged in a flashflood. The North Konawe Regional Disaster Mitigation Agency data shows that Tapuwatu village suffers the worst calamity that all houses in that area are submerged and none of them can be seen from the surface of the water.

  • Catch Me if You Can
    Opinion

    Catch Me if You Can

    Customs directorate-general successfully exposed smuggling of luxury cars under cover of exhibitions. It is time to clean up the ministry of finance.

  • The Problem with Sharia Hospitals
    Opinion

    The Problem with Sharia Hospitals

    The implementation of sharia principles Tangerang General Hospital is a discriminative practice. It has been prompted by guidelines from the Indonesian Ulema Council.

  • Our Dutch Disease
    Opinion

    Our Dutch Disease

    The decline in the price of mining commodities has hit regional economies hard. Transformation from extractive activities towards manufacture and services needs to be accelerated.

  • Sidelines

    “You know nothing, Jon Snow!”

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