Seek normal quota for Indonesian hajj pilgrims
Jan04

Seek normal quota for Indonesian hajj pilgrims

LPKN.OR.ID, Religious Affairs Minister Lukman Hakim Saifuddin left for Saudi Arabia, Tuesday, to ascertain the normal quota for Indonesias Hajj pilgrims before being cut by the Saudi government owing to the Haram Grand Mosques expansion project. The minister made the statement here on Tuesday, adding that he will sign a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Saudi government regarding the Hajj quota. According to Saifuddin, the...

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Afghanistan lauds Indonesian harmony
Dec15

Afghanistan lauds Indonesian harmony

A member of Afghanistans peace council has lauded the harmony of the Indonesian people, which preserves peace and security in the country. “The people who live in Indonesia can live in harmony with diversity,” the advisor and member of the High Council of Peace for Afghanistan, Abdul Hakeem, said here on Tuesday. Hakeem noted that Indonesias experience with ensuring harmony can be applied in Afghanistan. The advisor has...

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Indonesian Flagship Sent to Carry Passenger Home to the Village in Sampit Harbor
Jul14

Indonesian Flagship Sent to Carry Passenger Home to the Village in Sampit Harbor

Choirul Fuadi, Central Kalimantan, LPKN – The full of passenger home to the village at this year in Sampit Harbor, it make authority of Sampit harbor service face difficulties to fulfill ticket request by passengers. In other hand, the ticket was sold out, bought by passengers. Sampit harbor is one of access way out of Kalimantan in Central Kalimantan. In such way, mass transport mode is full by passenger in period of home to the...

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JK Threatens Malaysian Ship Courageous Sign Indonesian Airspace
Jun22

JK Threatens Malaysian Ship Courageous Sign Indonesian Airspace

By : Agus *) Vice President of Indonesia, Jussuf Kalla (JK) said Indonesia government declared has not cracked down on Malaysia which repeatedly broke through the airspace of the Republic of Indonesia for the neighboring country not to touch the boundary waters of Indonesia. Based on Juanda Declaration which was December 13, 1957, Indonesian territorial waters limit is 12 miles from the base line of each island coast through the...

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55 Indonesian Fishermen Released from Prison in Myanmar
Jun12

55 Indonesian Fishermen Released from Prison in Myanmar

By: Jabir Ahmed*) A total of 55 Indonesia citizens who were working for fishing vessels finally got remission of the sentences from the Government of the Republic of Myanmar. They had been detained in Myanmar’s territorial waters in the region of Myeik, Thanintharyi, about 930 km south of Yangon since February, 2014. Myanmar Court previously sentenced them four to six years in prison on charges of illegally entering and fishing...

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