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The Christian Post
ISIS Suicide Bomber Tries to Kill Priest With Axe, Blow Up Hundreds of Christians at Indonesian Churchthat the shooters were trying to imitate the mass terror attacks in Paris in No
ISIS Suicide Bomber Tries to Kill Priest With Axe, Blow Up Hundreds of Christians at Indonesian Church
The Christian Post / Posted 15 hours ago
that the shooters were trying to imitate the mass terror attacks in Paris in November, where 130 people were killed. The Indonesian government has tried to protect Christians and civilians from terror threats, and back in December deployed close... Read more
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Asian Correspondent
Indonesia urges neighbors to stop complaining about hazeTHE Indonesian government has urged its neighbors to cease complaining about th
Indonesia urges neighbors to stop complaining about haze
Asian Correspondent / Posted 19 hours ago
THE Indonesian government has urged its neighbors to cease complaining about the annual haze problem, following efforts by the nation to douse forest fires caused every year by farmers clearing land for agricultural use. “All outsiders should... Read more
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Manila Bulletin
Stop blaming goat meat for high blood pressuregoat farmers in six regions in Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao from 2013 to 2015.
Stop blaming goat meat for high blood pressure
Manila Bulletin / Posted yesterday
goat farmers in six regions in Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao from 2013 to 2015. JAKARTA — To reduce import of beef, the Indonesian government will focus on developing sheep and goat farming in the country to provide alternative animal protein... Read more
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Daily Mail
Man who claims he is world's oldest at age 145 says he is ready to dieID card as 31st December 1870. His identification showing his date of birth as
Man who claims he is world's oldest at age 145 says he is ready to die
Daily Mail / Posted 2 days ago
ID card as 31st December 1870. His identification showing his date of birth as December 31, 1870 has been verified by the Indonesian government but not independently Whether or not he will ever be listed as the world's oldest man however is open... Read more
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The Temasek Review
Indonesia unleashes chemical warfare upon Singapore: Haze « Current Affairs « Opinion « TR EMERITUSthis. This is not the first time. This mistake has been happening for decades.
Indonesia unleashes chemical warfare upon Singapore: Haze « Current Affairs « Opinion « TR EMERITUS
The Temasek Review / Posted 2 days ago
this. This is not the first time. This mistake has been happening for decades. The whole world knows how corrupt the Indonesian government is, do a quick Google search on “Corruption in Indonesia” or “Bribery in Indonesia” and you get the... Read more
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Pilipino Star
Development of mineral processing plants a long-term goalof the two-day Mining Philippines Conference 2016, which kicked off yesterday.
Development of mineral processing plants a long-term goal
Pilipino Star / Posted 6 days ago
of the two-day Mining Philippines Conference 2016, which kicked off yesterday. The plan is similar to that of the Indonesian government where it is a prerequisite for companies to build domestic processing facilities and to revise... Read more
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The China Post
Migrant workers should get minimum wage: Indonesiaalso adopt regulations banning employers from asking maids to work as a caregiv
Migrant workers should get minimum wage: Indonesia
The China Post / Posted 6 days ago
also adopt regulations banning employers from asking maids to work as a caregiver or vice versa, he added. Though the Indonesian government wants higher wages and better conditions for its workers, it also acknowledges that there is a problem... Read more
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Manila Bulletin
Miners told: Build more processing plantsore. She said this could lead to the development of more domestic mineral proc
Miners told: Build more processing plants
Manila Bulletin / Posted 6 days ago
ore. She said this could lead to the development of more domestic mineral processing facilities in the country. “The Indonesian government made it a prerequisite for companies to show evidence of their commitment to build domestic processing... Read more
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Quartz
It is time to rename the South China SeaSea,” but “South China Sea” is still common usage. UN submission or no, “Natuna
It is time to rename the South China Sea
Quartz / Posted 7 days ago
Sea,” but “South China Sea” is still common usage. UN submission or no, “Natuna Sea” might be similarly ignored outside of Indonesian government circles. Vietnam, for its part, has long called the waterway the East Sea. Malaysia goes with South... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Indonesia to save tigers by selling them as petsThe Indonesian government has hatched a plan to save Sumatran tigers from extin
Indonesia to save tigers by selling them as pets
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 7 days ago
The Indonesian government has hatched a plan to save Sumatran tigers from extinction by allowing people to adopt captive-born animals as pets for a billion rupiah a pair, officials said. The forestry ministry said the plan could be put into practice... Read more
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The Manila Times
200 jailed fishers repatriatedSulawesi earlier processed the repatriation of the fishermen after being notifi
200 jailed fishers repatriated
The Manila Times / Posted 7 days ago
Sulawesi earlier processed the repatriation of the fishermen after being notified of their release from detention by the Indonesian government. The consulate has verified the citizenship of the fishermen, mostly undocumented or without passports... Read more
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Minda News
200 fishermen from Mindanao jailed in Indonesia sent homein Manado earlier processed the repatriation of the fishermen after being notif
200 fishermen from Mindanao jailed in Indonesia sent home
Minda News / Posted 7 days ago
in Manado earlier processed the repatriation of the fishermen after being notified of their release from detention by the Indonesian government. He said the Consulate immediately verified the citizenship of the fishermen, who are mostly... Read more
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Inquirier.net
Indonesia’s military chief: Abu Sayyaf shouldn’t be paid ransomJAKARTA—The Indonesian government urged the employers of sailors held captive b
Indonesia’s military chief: Abu Sayyaf shouldn’t be paid ransom
Inquirier.net / Posted 9 days ago
JAKARTA—The Indonesian government urged the employers of sailors held captive by the Abu Sayyaf group not to pay ransoms demanded by the militants in exchange for the hostages, Indonesian Military (TNI) commander Gen. Gatot Nurmantyo said on... Read more
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Bulatlat.com
Court allows Mary Jane’s written depositionHer return to the country to take the witness stand does not depend on her own
Court allows Mary Jane’s written deposition
Bulatlat.com / Posted 10 days ago
Her return to the country to take the witness stand does not depend on her own volition but on the decision of the Indonesian government before whom she stands to suffer penalty as death row convict,” read Reyes’ decision, dated Aug.... Read more
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The Borneo Post
Hazy days loom aheadJump in hotspots raises concerns of haze, minister to talk to Indonesian govern
Hazy days loom ahead
The Borneo Post / Posted 10 days ago
Jump in hotspots raises concerns of haze, minister to talk to Indonesian government Dato Sri Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar KUCHING: The jump in the number of hotspots in Sarawak from two to 15 in the past few days has raised concerns of potential haze... Read more
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News.com.au
Bali boycotted if booze bannedholiday in Bali. “It would be a silly law to do because a lot of tourists come
Bali boycotted if booze banned
News.com.au / Posted 12 days ago
holiday in Bali. “It would be a silly law to do because a lot of tourists come here just to drink and party and the Indonesian government would be silly to bring in a bill like that because the Indonesians depend on tourists for money,” Mr... Read more
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Rappler
Indonesia sinks impounded foreign boats to celebrate independenceBLOWING UP BOATS. One of seven fishing boats is blown up by the Indonesian gove
Indonesia sinks impounded foreign boats to celebrate independence
Rappler / Posted 12 days ago
BLOWING UP BOATS. One of seven fishing boats is blown up by the Indonesian government in Batam, Kepulauan Riau province on February 22, 2016. File photo by Sei Ratifa/ AFP JAKARTA, Indonesia – Indonesia sank dozens of impounded foreign boats to mark... Read more
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Rappler
Imam in New York strives to bring Indonesia’s unique brand of Islam into the spotlightthat such events, though horrible, can provide opportunities. “Just after 9/11,
Imam in New York strives to bring Indonesia’s unique brand of Islam into the spotlight
Rappler / Posted 12 days ago
that such events, though horrible, can provide opportunities. “Just after 9/11, there was an opening. I regret that the Indonesian government did not take the opportunity to position itself as a leader in the Muslim world. After that we lost the... Read more
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Asian Correspondent
Indonesia’s alcohol ban plan: Creeping Islamization or social ills solution?nationwide ban would not be implemented. “In my view, I think that nationally,
Indonesia’s alcohol ban plan: Creeping Islamization or social ills solution?
Asian Correspondent / Posted 12 days ago
nationwide ban would not be implemented. “In my view, I think that nationally, the bill won’t get up. I don’t think in the Indonesian government there’s enough support for it,” said Taylor. “Moderation is a better way to go because they need... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Commentary: Indonesia builds its 2017 budget on realistic assumptionsexpenditure, for instance. Although relatively mild at 0.6% year-on-year contra
Commentary: Indonesia builds its 2017 budget on realistic assumptions
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 13 days ago
expenditure, for instance. Although relatively mild at 0.6% year-on-year contraction, this marks the first time that an Indonesian government is expecting to spend less compared to the year before, since 2012. This compares with a 5.0% increase... Read more
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The Economic Times
Tata Power arm closes $30 million stake sale in OTP Geothermalto explore thermal and renewable power project opportunities within the indepen
Tata Power arm closes $30 million stake sale in OTP Geothermal
The Economic Times / Posted 13 days ago
to explore thermal and renewable power project opportunities within the independent power producer (IPP) programmes of the Indonesian government, Tata Power said. "The disinvestment in OTP is consistent with the company's strategy to constantly... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Australia, the party could be over in Balihere,” Hariyadi said. In a desperate bid for compromise in the wake of the boo
Australia, the party could be over in Bali
Daily Telegraph / Posted 13 days ago
here,” Hariyadi said. In a desperate bid for compromise in the wake of the booze-ban bill, liquor sellers have begged the Indonesian government to consider tougher monitoring and control on the sale of alcohol, rather than full-blown... Read more
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Rappler
4 important int’l issues Jokowi failed to discussbanishment, false propaganda, international complicity and genocide. The IPT a
4 important int’l issues Jokowi failed to discuss
Rappler / Posted 13 days ago
banishment, false propaganda, international complicity and genocide. The IPT also proposed recommendations to the Indonesian government for further steps including apologizing to all of the victims and families in relation to the 1965... Read more
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Minda News
PAGDARO SA KALINAW: Killing Mary Jane Velosocountries, the fastest recorded growth of a petition on Change.org. Even our na
PAGDARO SA KALINAW: Killing Mary Jane Veloso
Minda News / Posted 14 days ago
countries, the fastest recorded growth of a petition on Change.org. Even our national icon, Manny Pacquio appealed to the Indonesian government on her behalf. And here we are, 1,000 drug-deaths later, and barely a whimper for mercy on the... Read more
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Perth Now
The party could be over in Balihere,” Hariyadi said. In a desperate bid for compromise in the wake of the boo
The party could be over in Bali
Perth Now / Posted 14 days ago
here,” Hariyadi said. In a desperate bid for compromise in the wake of the booze-ban bill, liquor sellers have begged the Indonesian government to consider tougher monitoring and control on the sale of alcohol, rather than full-blown... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Proposed booze ban likely to hit tourism at popular holiday spotalcohol, they won't want to come here," Hariyadi said. In a desperate bid for
Proposed booze ban likely to hit tourism at popular holiday spot
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 14 days ago
alcohol, they won't want to come here," Hariyadi said. In a desperate bid for compromise, liquor sellers have begged the Indonesian government to consider tougher monitoring and control on the sale of alcohol, rather than full-blown... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Is Bali going booze-free?here,” Hariyadi said. In a desperate bid for compromise in the wake of the boo
Is Bali going booze-free?
Adelaide Now / Posted 14 days ago
here,” Hariyadi said. In a desperate bid for compromise in the wake of the booze-ban bill, liquor sellers have begged the Indonesian government to consider tougher monitoring and control on the sale of alcohol, rather than full-blown... Read more
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News.com.au
Will this keep us away from Bali?containing more than one per cent illegal throughout Indonesia. The bill has y
Will this keep us away from Bali?
News.com.au / Posted 14 days ago
containing more than one per cent illegal throughout Indonesia. The bill has yet to receive the wider support of the Indonesian government, and it includes a provision that could exempt certain locations for the sake of tourism. It’s unclear... Read more
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News.com.au
Bad news, Aussies — alcohol could soon be banned in Balihere,” Hariyadi said. In a desperate bid for compromise in the wake of the boo
Bad news, Aussies — alcohol could soon be banned in Bali
News.com.au / Posted 14 days ago
here,” Hariyadi said. In a desperate bid for compromise in the wake of the booze-ban bill, liquor sellers have begged the Indonesian government to consider tougher monitoring and control on the sale of alcohol, rather than full-blown... Read more
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Asian Correspondent
Malaysia: Non-Muslim maids no longer allowed to work in Muslim householdsyears have been strained by the high number of abuse cases, leading to a two-ye
Malaysia: Non-Muslim maids no longer allowed to work in Muslim households
Asian Correspondent / Posted 14 days ago
years have been strained by the high number of abuse cases, leading to a two-year moratorium on the sending of maids by the Indonesian government in 2011. Meanwhile, the Malaysia Chinese Association (MCA), part of the ruling Barisan Nasional... Read more
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Perth Now
Accused cyanide murderer 'narcissistic'Jessica." The Australian Federal Police (AFP) have provided information in the
Accused cyanide murderer 'narcissistic'
Perth Now / Posted 14 days ago
Jessica." The Australian Federal Police (AFP) have provided information in the case after it was given assurances by the Indonesian government that were Wongso convicted, the death sentence would not be sought or carried out. This has raised the... Read more
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Herald Sun
Accused cyanide murderer 'narcissistic'Jessica." The Australian Federal Police (AFP) have provided information in the
Accused cyanide murderer 'narcissistic'
Herald Sun / Posted 14 days ago
Jessica." The Australian Federal Police (AFP) have provided information in the case after it was given assurances by the Indonesian government that were Wongso convicted, the death sentence would not be sought or carried out. This has raised the... Read more
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Weekly Times
Accused cyanide murderer 'narcissistic'Jessica." The Australian Federal Police (AFP) have provided information in the
Accused cyanide murderer 'narcissistic'
Weekly Times / Posted 14 days ago
Jessica." The Australian Federal Police (AFP) have provided information in the case after it was given assurances by the Indonesian government that were Wongso convicted, the death sentence would not be sought or carried out. This has raised the... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Accused cyanide murderer 'narcissistic'Jessica." The Australian Federal Police (AFP) have provided information in the
Accused cyanide murderer 'narcissistic'
The Courier Mail / Posted 14 days ago
Jessica." The Australian Federal Police (AFP) have provided information in the case after it was given assurances by the Indonesian government that were Wongso convicted, the death sentence would not be sought or carried out. This has raised the... Read more
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News.com.au
Accused cyanide murderer 'narcissistic'Jessica." The Australian Federal Police (AFP) have provided information in the
Accused cyanide murderer 'narcissistic'
News.com.au / Posted 14 days ago
Jessica." The Australian Federal Police (AFP) have provided information in the case after it was given assurances by the Indonesian government that were Wongso convicted, the death sentence would not be sought or carried out. This has raised the... Read more
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Canberra Times
Research finds many Australians negative and ill-informed about Indonesiasaw travel and tourism as the most important factor. Although one million Aust
Research finds many Australians negative and ill-informed about Indonesia
Canberra Times / Posted 15 days ago
saw travel and tourism as the most important factor. Although one million Australians already visit Bali every year, the Indonesian government is keen to promote other attractions, such as the 9th-century Buddhist temple at Borobudur in Central... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Research finds many Australians negative and ill-informed about Indonesiasaw travel and tourism as the most important factor. Although one million Aust
Research finds many Australians negative and ill-informed about Indonesia
Brisbane Times / Posted 15 days ago
saw travel and tourism as the most important factor. Although one million Australians already visit Bali every year, the Indonesian government is keen to promote other attractions, such as the 9th-century Buddhist temple at Borobudur in Central... Read more
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WA Today
Research finds many Australians negative and ill-informed about Indonesiasaw travel and tourism as the most important factor. Although one million Aust
Research finds many Australians negative and ill-informed about Indonesia
WA Today / Posted 15 days ago
saw travel and tourism as the most important factor. Although one million Australians already visit Bali every year, the Indonesian government is keen to promote other attractions, such as the 9th-century Buddhist temple at Borobudur in Central... Read more
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The Age
Research finds many Australians negative and ill-informed about Indonesiasaw travel and tourism as the most important factor. Although one million Aust
Research finds many Australians negative and ill-informed about Indonesia
The Age / Posted 15 days ago
saw travel and tourism as the most important factor. Although one million Australians already visit Bali every year, the Indonesian government is keen to promote other attractions, such as the 9th-century Buddhist temple at Borobudur in Central... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Research finds many Australians negative and ill-informed about Indonesiasaw travel and tourism as the most important factor. Although one million Aust
Research finds many Australians negative and ill-informed about Indonesia
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 15 days ago
saw travel and tourism as the most important factor. Although one million Australians already visit Bali every year, the Indonesian government is keen to promote other attractions, such as the 9th-century Buddhist temple at Borobudur in Central... Read more
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Western Advocate
Research finds Aussies ill-informed about Indonesiasaw travel and tourism as the most important factor. Although one million Aust
Research finds Aussies ill-informed about Indonesia
Western Advocate / Posted 15 days ago
saw travel and tourism as the most important factor. Although one million Australians already visit Bali every year, the Indonesian government is keen to promote other attractions, such as the 9th-century Buddhist temple at Borobudur in Central... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Research finds Aussies ill-informed about Indonesiasaw travel and tourism as the most important factor. Although one million Aust
Research finds Aussies ill-informed about Indonesia
Kiama Independent / Posted 15 days ago
saw travel and tourism as the most important factor. Although one million Australians already visit Bali every year, the Indonesian government is keen to promote other attractions, such as the 9th-century Buddhist temple at Borobudur in Central... Read more
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Manning River Times
Research finds Aussies ill-informed about Indonesiasaw travel and tourism as the most important factor. Although one million Aust
Research finds Aussies ill-informed about Indonesia
Manning River Times / Posted 15 days ago
saw travel and tourism as the most important factor. Although one million Australians already visit Bali every year, the Indonesian government is keen to promote other attractions, such as the 9th-century Buddhist temple at Borobudur in Central... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Research finds Aussies ill-informed about Indonesiasaw travel and tourism as the most important factor. Although one million Aust
Research finds Aussies ill-informed about Indonesia
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 15 days ago
saw travel and tourism as the most important factor. Although one million Australians already visit Bali every year, the Indonesian government is keen to promote other attractions, such as the 9th-century Buddhist temple at Borobudur in Central... Read more
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The North West Star
Research finds Aussies ill-informed about Indonesiasaw travel and tourism as the most important factor. Although one million Aust
Research finds Aussies ill-informed about Indonesia
The North West Star / Posted 15 days ago
saw travel and tourism as the most important factor. Although one million Australians already visit Bali every year, the Indonesian government is keen to promote other attractions, such as the 9th-century Buddhist temple at Borobudur in Central... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Research finds Aussies ill-informed about Indonesiasaw travel and tourism as the most important factor. Although one million Aust
Research finds Aussies ill-informed about Indonesia
Daily Liberal / Posted 15 days ago
saw travel and tourism as the most important factor. Although one million Australians already visit Bali every year, the Indonesian government is keen to promote other attractions, such as the 9th-century Buddhist temple at Borobudur in Central... Read more
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The Border Mail
Research finds Aussies ill-informed about Indonesiasaw travel and tourism as the most important factor. Although one million Aust
Research finds Aussies ill-informed about Indonesia
The Border Mail / Posted 15 days ago
saw travel and tourism as the most important factor. Although one million Australians already visit Bali every year, the Indonesian government is keen to promote other attractions, such as the 9th-century Buddhist temple at Borobudur in Central... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Research finds Aussies ill-informed about Indonesiasaw travel and tourism as the most important factor. Although one million Aust
Research finds Aussies ill-informed about Indonesia
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 15 days ago
saw travel and tourism as the most important factor. Although one million Australians already visit Bali every year, the Indonesian government is keen to promote other attractions, such as the 9th-century Buddhist temple at Borobudur in Central... Read more
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The Courier
Research finds Aussies ill-informed about Indonesiasaw travel and tourism as the most important factor. Although one million Aust
Research finds Aussies ill-informed about Indonesia
The Courier / Posted 15 days ago
saw travel and tourism as the most important factor. Although one million Australians already visit Bali every year, the Indonesian government is keen to promote other attractions, such as the 9th-century Buddhist temple at Borobudur in Central... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Research finds Aussies ill-informed about Indonesiasaw travel and tourism as the most important factor. Although one million Aust
Research finds Aussies ill-informed about Indonesia
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 15 days ago
saw travel and tourism as the most important factor. Although one million Australians already visit Bali every year, the Indonesian government is keen to promote other attractions, such as the 9th-century Buddhist temple at Borobudur in Central... Read more
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