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Abdul Manan covers international issues and has received various accolades including the 2009 Press Council-UNESCO journalistic award on the freedom of the press, Anugerah Swara Sarasvati Award 2010, and attended the Kassel Summer School 2010 in Germany.

Manan graduated from Stikosa-AWS Surabaya and is the chairperson of the Indonesian Independent Journalist Alliance 2017-2020. 

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Students taking part in in-class learning at Pondok Labu 14 State Elementary School, South Jakarta, August 30. A total of 610 schools in the capital city held limited in-class learning with strict health protocols.
Antara/Sigid Kurniawan
Seedling location for the Sunda Hejo community in Lembur Awi, Bandung Regency, West Java, September 1.
Anwar Siswadi
An officer stands guard near a Vietnamese-flagged vessel caught for illegal fishing in the North Natuna Sea, in May.
PSDKP Directorate of the Maritime Affairs and Fisheries Ministry
Ipunk Nugroho Saksono, August 25.
Tempo/Abdul Manan

We Cannot Allow Sipadan-Ligitan to Recur

Poaching produce in the North Natuna Sea is not only triggered by economic need. According to the Director of the Fleet Monitoring and Operations of the Marine and Fisheries Resources Directorate-General in the Maritime Affairs and Fisheries Ministry, Pung Nugroho Saksono, a conflict similar to the Sipadan-Ligitan case between Malaysia and Indonesia should not be allowed to recur.

Environment Edisi : Monday, 30 August 2021

Indonesian Fisheries Supervisory Vessel caught a fishing boat with a Vietnamese flag in the North Natuna Sea, December 2019.
Maritime Affairs and Fisheries Ministry Public Relations
Officers from the maritime affairs and fisheries ministry are catching a Vietnamese fishing boat in the North Natuna Sea, last May.
PSDKP Directorate of the Maritime Affairs and Fisheries Ministry
Haze from motor vehicle exhausts blankets Jakarta’s city skyline, August 11. According to the Coalition of Clean Air Initiative Coalition Semesta, Jakarta’s air pollution has worsened during the implementation of the Public Activity Restrictions (PPKM) in July because it exceeded the daily air pollution quality standard of 55 g/m3 for particulate content measuring below 2.5 micrometers or an increase of four to six times compared that of in June.
Antara/Aditya Pradana Putra
Ali Sadikin (left), Hoegeng Iman Santoso (right), and colleagues who are members of the Petition of 50 in a hearing with members of Commission II and III of the DPR at the MPR/DPR Building, Jakarta, 1991.
Tempo Doc./Rully Kesuma
The research for the Red-and-White Vaccine in Bio Pharma, Bandung, West Java, August 2020.
Antara/Dhemas Reviyanto
Sebangau National Park is one of the remaining, most important conservation areas for peatland in Kalimantan, even the world. The 537,451-hectare area is able to affect the ecological-hydrological functions of the surrounding areas. 
Borneo Nature Foundation
Deputy Environment and Forestry Minister Alue Dohong (left) and Deputy Foreign Minister Mahendra Siregar (right) during the online Joint Consultation Group between REDD+, Indonesia and Norway in Jakarta, July 2020.
kemlu.go.id
Residents go about their day during the tidal flood at Kali Adem Port, Muara Angke, Jakarta, last October.
Antara/Aprillio Akbar
Searching online for Ivermectin, a drug used in Covid-19 treatment, 25 June.
Tempo/Nurdiansah
Tanjung Bin Energy Power Plant in Johor, Malaysia. 
malakoff.com.my
Convicts learn dhikr (repeated prayers) in a spiritual rehabilitation program with administrators of the Suryalaya Islamic School at the al-Hidayah Mosque, Pamekasan Class IIA Narcotics Correctional Facility, East Java.
Tempo/Musthofa Bisri
North Maluku BPH AMAN Chairman, Sihabudin Abubakar (right) and a colleague, Irwanto Hanza, in waist-high mud at the ANTAM operating area, Site Moronopo, East Halmahera, North Maluku.
JATAM-AMAN Doc.
Smoke and steam billows from the coal-fired power plant owned by Indonesia Power, next to an area for Java 9 and 10 Coal-Fired Steam Power Plant Project in Suralaya, Banten, July 2020.
Reuters/Willy Kurniawan/File Photo
Pelanduk bird of Borneo found in October 2020.
Muhammad Suranto’s Doc.
A fisherman fishing from a boat in Lake Poso, Poso Regency, Central Sulawesi, March 11.
Tempo/Sofiyan Pian
Muslims perform Friday prayer by implementing physical distancing at the Al Amjad Mosque, Tigaraksa, Tangerang Regency, Banten, June last year. The mosque is again holding Friday prayers by implementing a health protocol to prevent the spread of Covid-19 ahead of the implementation of a new normal life order in Tangerang Raya.
Antara/Fauzan
Fly ash pollution from a coal-burning chimney at the Ombilin Steam Power Plant (PLTU) in Sijantang village, Sawahlunto, West Sumatra, October 2019.
Antara/Iggoy el Fitra
Activities at the Recycling Business Unit (RBU), a program by AQUA, in Serpong, South Tangerang. 
YouTube Aqua Lestari
Scattered coal in the concession area belonging to Baramarta in Rantau Bakula village, Banjar Regency, January 25. 
Tempo/Diananta Putra
A woman standing on the porch of her house in Eretan Kulon village, Kandanghaur, Indramayu, West Java, January 13. Her house is under threat of sea abrasion.
Antara/Dedhez Anggara
Houses are inundated as a result of sea abrasion in Bedono village, Demak Regency, Central Java, January 13.
Tempo/Jamal A. Nashr
Bujang Raba Protected Forest Region in Jambi.
KKI Warsi Doc.
Shutterstock
Anyer Beach in Banten, a week after the tsunami in December 2018./TEMPO/M Taufan Rengganis
Army Chief of Staff Gen. Andika Perkasa receives the phase III clinical test results of Covid-19 drug from Airlangga University Rector Mohammad Nasih in Jakarta, 
August 15. ANTARA/Aditya Pradana Putra
Mahathir Mohamad and Malaysian United Indigenous Party leaders at a press conference in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, May 2018./REUTER/STRINGER/FILE
Heavy equipment at a housing project for Rohingya refugees in Bashan Char, Bangladesh, February 2018. REUTERS
Covid-19 rapid test for the residents of Ahmedabad, India, April 27. REUTERS/Amit Dave
A rally against racism abuse towards Asians and Asian descendants in the United States, during the corona pandemic, in San Francisco, last March./Twitter Senator Scott Wiener
Nurses wait for a patient in a car to pull forward to be tested for Covid-19 in Seattle, Washington, United States, March 18. Reuters/David Ryder
Naw Betty Han./private doc.
Pakatan Harapan Secretary-General Saifuddin Nasution Ismail./TEMPO/Abdul Manan
Former Malaysian Interim Prime Minister, Mahathir Mohamad, at the press conference in Petaling Jaya, February 26./Reuters/Lim Huey Teng
Shamima Begum in an interview with itv at the Al-Hawl refugee camp, Syria, February 2019. Youtube/itv
Indonesians to be evacuated arrive at Tianhe International Airport, Wuhan, February 1. ANTARA/KBRI Beijing
A desolated shopping center in Wuhan, January 25. Jovis and Marissa/via REUTERS
Celebration of Brunei Darussalam ruler Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah’s 62 anniversary in Bandar Seri Begawan, July 2018./ REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad
Members of a New Zealand biker club performed the Haka dance in front of the site of the mosque shootings in Christchurch, March 17./REUTERS/Joseph C.

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