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Rizieq Shihab’s return to Indonesia caused a panic within the government. President Joko Widodo is reportedly furious that crowds were allowed to gather at events involving the Islam Defenders Front leader. He reprimanded his subordinates for providing inaccurate data and failing to prevent masses from gathering. The Indonesian Military responded by putting troops on alert and taking down attributes promoting Rizieq.
The central government decided to get involved in a dispute over 7.7 hectares of land in Cakung, East Jakarta.
whistleblower under pressure
THE education and culture ministry is permitting face-to-face classes in schools to resume beginning January 2021.
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Floods inundate six villages in Kroya subdistrict, Cilacap, Central Java, Thursday, November 19. Heavy rainfall in the last several days have triggered floods in 46 villages in 15 subdistricts in Cilacap, forcing 3,811 people to leave their homes to take refuge./ANTARA/Idhad Zakaria
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