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Sinopec to Delay Billion Dollar Storage Project in Indonesia – Sources

18-Jun-2015 Intellasia | Reuters | 6:00 AM

China’s Sinopec Corp will delay a nearly billion dollar oil storage terminal in Indonesia, touted to be Southeast Asia’s largest, by several years due to slow [...]
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Indonesia: Mount Sinabung erupts spewing ash into the sky

18-Jun-2015 Intellasia | IB Times | 6:00 AM

Indonesia’s Mount Sinabung, Karo Regency, North Sumatra province, erupted on 16 June, sending clouds of ash into the sky. The eruption was the latest since the [...]
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Thousands of Indonesians refuse to leave volcano danger zone

18-Jun-2015 Intellasia | AP | 6:00 AM

Thousands of villagers are refusing to leave their homes on the slopes of one of Indonesia’s most volatile volcanoes despite warnings that it is poised for a powerful [...]
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Eruption Update: Japan, Philippines, and Indonesia

Eruption Update: Japan, Philippines, and Indonesia

18-Jun-2015 Intellasia | Wired | 6:00 AM

Asama, one of the volcanoes located near Tokyo, erupted on Tuesday. The weather conditions haven’t allowed much of a view of the eruption, but it appears to have been a [...]
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Indonesia’s Aceh Offering Temporary Shelter to Boat People

18-Jun-2015 Intellasia | VOA News | 6:00 AM

Indonesia’s Aceh province is taking a prominent role in assisting hundreds of Asia boat people who have settled in temporary refugee camps after a perilous journey by [...]
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Indonesia talks reciprocal access with M3; moves to improve safety

18-Jun-2015 Intellasia | Runway Girl Network | 6:00 AM

Indonesia welcomes additional flights by the Gulf network carriers Emirates, Etihad and Qatar Airways, as long as Gulf authorities allow reciprocal access for Indonesian [...]
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Indonesia at risk from huge fires because of El Nino

18-Jun-2015 Intellasia | The Conversation | 6:00 AM

In 1997-98, extremely dry El Nino conditions in Indonesia kicked off a wave of large – scale uncontrolled burning, destroying about five million hectares of tropical [...]
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Indonesian Officials Offer ‘Proof’ That Australia Bribed Human Traffickers

18-Jun-2015 Intellasia | Time | 6:00 AM

Australian officials have sidestepped the allegations The Sydney Morning Herald has reportedly obtained photographic evidence that proves Australian officials paid human [...]
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Indonesia seeks legal route for bauxite miners to resume exports

18-Jun-2015 Intellasia | Reuters | 6:00 AM

Indonesia’s government is discussing legal avenues to allow a resumption of bauxite exports to help kickstart stalled smelter projects, top officials said, as Southeast [...]
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Indonesia’s trade surplus increases in May

17-Jun-2015 Intellasia | AFP | 6:00 AM

Indonesia’s trade surplus grew to $950 million in May, official data showed Monday, as imports slid sharply in Southeast Asia’s largest economy. It was the sixth [...]
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Indonesia drops visas for Poles

17-Jun-2015 Intellasia | The News | 6:00 AM

Poles can now travel to Indonesia for up to 35 days without a visa, following the signing of new legislation by President Joko Widodo. As many as 45 countries are included in [...]
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Indonesia posts solid May trade surplus, but imports tumble again

17-Jun-2015 Intellasia | Economic Times | 6:00 AM

Indonesia posted a surprisingly strong May trade surplus but also another sharp drop in imports, which could reflect weak consumer demand ahead of the Muslim fasting month of [...]
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Abbott brushes off Indonesia people-smuggling bribery claims

Abbott brushes off Indonesia people-smuggling bribery claims

17-Jun-2015 Intellasia | AFP | 6:00 AM

Australian authorities work within the law to stop asylum-seeker boats, prime minister Tony Abbott insisted Tuesday, after reports officials have made cash payments to [...]
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Asylum boats: Australia and Indonesia both play domestic politics

17-Jun-2015 Intellasia | SMH | 6:00 AM

Backed into a corner, this government excels at deflection with a righteous display of indignation. Julie Bishop has sought to turn back on Indonesia the persistent and [...]
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Indonesia warns boat payment would be bribery amid Australia row

Indonesia warns boat payment would be bribery amid Australia row

17-Jun-2015 Intellasia | AFP | 6:00 AM

Indonesia’s vice president warned Monday that paying people-smugglers would amount to “bribery” after Australia was accused of handing out money to turn [...]
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