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Trump: A Fair Win?
The political consulting firm Cambridge Analytica is accused of manipulating information received by 50 million Facebook users. The firm has clients in several countries.
Zahrain Mohamed Hashim, Malaysian Ambassador to Indonesia: There Is No Case
NEWS about the seizure of luxury yacht Equanimity by Indonesian Police off the coast of Bali on February 28 sparked a furor in Malaysia.
Leadership Council of Iran Member Ayatollah Muhammad Husseini Shahroudi: No Reason to Replace Ali Khamenei
IN the less than two years since he became a member of the Leadership Council of Iran, Ayatullah Muhammad Husseini Shahroudi has witnessed one of the largest ever anti-government demonstrations in the country. The protests by tens of thousands at the end of 2017 first erupted in his birth place, the conservative city of Mashhad.
Malaysiakini’s Verdict AnnulLed
The judge has decided in favor of the lawsuit of a mining company against the news website of Malaysiakini. There is fund raising activity to pay compensation.
Prime Minister of Denmark Lars Løkke Rasmussen: Indonesia Inspires Pluralism and Religious Tolerance
Flying all the way from Copenhagen to Jakarta, crossing continents over 11,000 kilometers, Danish Prime Minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen, 53, could not escape the memories of his country. Stepping out of a black limousine that brought him to the Bogor Botanical Gardens Tuesday noon last week, Rasmussen moved close to the brim of the Pavilion II Amarta pond in the back porch of Bogor Palace. Taking a close look past the pond, he exclaimed, "Aha, that is The Little Mermaid." Presented by the Danish Government in 1958, The Little Mermaid is one of the most famous statues in the world, a masterpiece by Edward Eriksen, a Danish artist.
America’s Secret Telegrams
The United States has opened classified telegrams sent by its Jakarta embassy in the 1965 period, including some containing the names of PKI leaders and a military plan to depose Sukarno.
Euro-Burma Office Executive Director Harn Yawnghwe: Suu Kyi is Not Powerless
BORN under the name Hso Harn Fa, Harn Yawnghew has been living in exile in Canada since he was 15 years old. Harn and his family were forced to leave Myanmar following the March 2, 1962, coup by General Ne Win, which started the reign of the military junta.
Murder in Charlottesville
In a display of hatred and racism, a massive white supremacist demonstration was recently held at Charlottesville’s Emancipation Park in Virginia. One person was killed.