Daily Archives: November 28, 2020

Terrorism remains most grave regional and global threat: Al-Othaimeen

  The choice of the theme for the session, ‘United against Terrorism for Peace and Development,’ is a strong reminder that terrorism is the single most serious threat to the region and the world, given its negative impact on growth rates and cooperatio Jakarta (ANTARA) – Secretary General of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC)

Red and White vaccine can be exported: Minister Brodjonegoro

Jakarta -Research and Technology Minister Bambang P. S. Brodjonegoro affirmed that the Red and White vaccine, Indonesia’s indigenous vaccine against COVID-19, can be exported if domestic requirements are met.   “If domestic requirements and also Indonesia’s need to help other countries are met, of course, we will be ready to offer it to other countries

Tebing Tinggi establishes 13 command posts for 3,222 flood victims

  Tebing Tinggi- The Regional Disaster Mitigation Office (BPBD) of Tebing Tinggi City, North Sumatra Province, set up 13 command posts to assist at least 3,222 residents displaced by flooding in the area.   “The current situation is still under control. The floodwaters have receded in some residents’ houses, though several others are still inundated,”

KAMI activist Jumhur Hidayat, six detainees recover from COVID: Police

Jakarta – The Save Indonesia Coalition (KAMI) activist, Jumhur Hidayat, and six other detainees made a complete recovery from COVID-19, Head of National Police’s Medical Service and Treatment at the Police Hospital Sen. Coms. Yayok Witarto stated.   “These detainees of the National Police’s Criminal Investigation Directorate have all been discharged from the Said Soekanto

Police urged to clamp down on anti-Indonesian campaigners in Papua

Fiktor Yeimo, for instance, spread a baseless allegation that Papua Police Chief Inspector General Paulus Waterpauw has committed a crime against humanity. This amounts to a slander for which Fiktor Yeimo should be brought to justice Wamena, Papua (ANTARA) – Hengky Heselo, a native Papuan community leader in Jayawijaya District, Papua Province, appealed to the