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Indonesia: At least 13 dead, over 50 injured as Java's Mount Semeru erupts
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Indonesia: At least 13 dead, over 50 injured as Java's Mount Semeru erupts

Indonesia sits on the Pacific Ring of Fire, where the meeting of continental plates causes high volcanic and seismic activity

Third edition of navy's Goa Maritime Conclave begins tomorrow; to focus on maritime security challenges in Indian Ocean Region
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Third edition of navy's Goa Maritime Conclave begins tomorrow; to focus on maritime security challenges in Indian Ocean Region

Chiefs of navies or heads of maritime forces from Bangladesh, Comoros, Indonesia, Madagascar, Malaysia, Maldives, Mauritius, Myanmar, Seychelles, Singapore, Sri Lanka and Thailand will participate in the event

Puzzle-loving Indonesian father names son ABCDEF GHIJK Zuzu; name goes viral
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Puzzle-loving Indonesian father names son ABCDEF GHIJK Zuzu; name goes viral

The 12-year-old boy's unusual name was discovered during a vaccination drive held by the local police in Muara Enim district, Indonesia

Sukmawati Sukarnoputri, daughter of Indonesia's former president, to convert to Hinduism from Islam
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Sukmawati Sukarnoputri, daughter of Indonesia's former president, to convert to Hinduism from Islam

A ritual ceremony will be held at the Sukarno Center Heritage Area in Bale Agung Singaraja, Buleleng Regency, Bali, on Tuesday

India's edible oil problem: Oilseeds, instead of palm oil, key to decrease import dependency
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India's edible oil problem: Oilseeds, instead of palm oil, key to decrease import dependency

With an average requirement of 300 litres of water per tree per day, oil palm plantations are heavy water guzzlers, that result in a huge loss of natural habitat, biodiversity and wildlife

Thomas Cup 2021: Indonesia beat China in final to end 19-year winless drought
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Thomas Cup 2021: Indonesia beat China in final to end 19-year winless drought

China won silver while Japan and hosts Denmark shared the bronze.

Clerics debate volume of 'azaan' as Indonesians walk the tightrope between sanity and sacrilege
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Clerics debate volume of 'azaan' as Indonesians walk the tightrope between sanity and sacrilege

The mosque and call to prayer are considered sacred, and criticising them can lead to accusations of blasphemy, a crime punishable by as much as five years imprisonment, in the country

IS-linked terror group leader Ali Kalora killed in shootout with security forces
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IS-linked terror group leader Ali Kalora killed in shootout with security forces

Ali Kalora, head of the East Indonesia Mujahideen (MIT), was shot dead Saturday in Sulawesi island's jungle along with another member identified as Jaka Ramadhan.

Indonesia's most wanted militant with ties to the Islamic State group killed in jungle shootout
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Indonesia's most wanted militant with ties to the Islamic State group killed in jungle shootout

Ali Kalora was one of two militants killed in the raid, said Central Sulawesi's regional military chief Brigadier General Farid Makruf. He identified the other suspected extremist as Jaka Ramadan

Watch: Russian influencer drives with girlfriend tied to roof in bizarre 'trust test'; police launches probe
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Watch: Russian influencer drives with girlfriend tied to roof in bizarre 'trust test'; police launches probe

In the clip, Sergey Kosenko can be seen driving a green Bentley with one hand, while being handcuffed to his girlfriend with the other. The woman's mouth appears to be sealed with a piece of tape

Watch: Orangutan tries on sunglasses after visitor drops them into enclosure at Indonesia zoo
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Watch: Orangutan tries on sunglasses after visitor drops them into enclosure at Indonesia zoo

The primate swatted away the hands of a baby orangutan who wanted a go at them as well

COVID-19 positive man from Indonesia boards flight disguised as wife; gets arrested
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COVID-19 positive man from Indonesia boards flight disguised as wife; gets arrested

“He bought the plane ticket with his wife’s name and brought the identity card, the PCR test result, and the vaccination card with his wife’s name,” Ternate police chief Aditya Laksimada said

McDonald’s in Indonesia temporarily shut after special BTS Meal leads to crowding, COVID-19 safety norms violation
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McDonald’s in Indonesia temporarily shut after special BTS Meal leads to crowding, COVID-19 safety norms violation

McDonald's recently collaborated with the K-Pop band to launch a limited-edition meal, days ahead of the group’s eighth anniversary.

Indonesia's hijab-wearing heavy metal band on pursuing their passion, finding 'courage' through music
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Indonesia's hijab-wearing heavy metal band on pursuing their passion, finding 'courage' through music

The diminutive trio behind Voice of Baceprot have spent years honing their skills at music festivals around the world’s biggest Muslim majority nation after forming VOB as young teens in 2014.

Indonesia says missing submarine wreckage found on seafloor off Bali coast, all 53 onboard crew dead
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Indonesia says missing submarine wreckage found on seafloor off Bali coast, all 53 onboard crew dead

Authorities have not given an explanation for the accident, but said that the submarine may have suffered a blackout that left its crew unable to resurface

Indonesia searches for submarine with 53-member crew; vessel lost contact after getting nod for dive
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Indonesia searches for submarine with 53-member crew; vessel lost contact after getting nod for dive

The navy said an electrical failure may have occurred, making the submarine unable to undertake emergency procedures that would have allowed it to resurface

Eight killed after 6.0 magnitude earthquake hits Indonesia's Java island; over 1,300 buildings damaged
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Eight killed after 6.0 magnitude earthquake hits Indonesia's Java island; over 1,300 buildings damaged

Rahmat Triyono, the head of Indonesia’s earthquake and tsunami center, said the undersea tremblor did not have the potential to cause a tsunami

At least 87 dead, dozens missing after flash floods and landslides in Indonesia, East Timor
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At least 87 dead, dozens missing after flash floods and landslides in Indonesia, East Timor

Torrential rain led to a deluge and landslides, turning small communities into wastelands of mud and uprooted trees, forcing thousands into shelters

Suicide bomber targets packed Indonesian church; at least 14 injured, say police
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Suicide bomber targets packed Indonesian church; at least 14 injured, say police

The police are investigating whether the attackers were linked to a local affiliate of the banned Jemaah Islamiyah network or were acting independently

World Water Day: 10 pictures illustrating the most polluted waters around the world
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World Water Day: 10 pictures illustrating the most polluted waters around the world

Every year, since 1993, 22 March is celebrated as World Water Day to raise awareness on how human actions are negatively affecting water resources.