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Police to Proceed with President Defamation Case

Police to Proceed with President Defamation Case

TEMPO.CO , Jakarta - National Police spokesman Brig. Gen. Boy Rafli Amar said the police had released Muhammad Arsyad, a satay vendor who defamed President Joko Widodo online. The investigation into the case, however, will continue with Arsyad as ..., 2 weeks ago
Police deny being leaned on to release Arsyad Jakarta Post, 2 weeks ago

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Rioters can be arrested: Jusuf Kalla

Jakarta (ANTARA News) - Anyone found rioting or resorting to anarchism during demonstrations against oil price hike can be detained, Vice President Jusuf Kalla said here on Friday. "I appreciate that the police have taken firm action. Rioters must ...
 Antara News1 week ago

Singaporean's fate remains undecided

The fate of Singaporean Lim Yong Nam, 40, who is wanted by the US Justice Department for exporting a number of US-made electronic devices for bombs in Iran and Iraq, remains unclear. No decision has been made whether to extradite Lim to the US or ...
 Jakarta Post3 weeks ago Police undecided over arrested Singaporean's fate  Jakarta Post3 weeks ago Arrested in Batam: Singaporean's fate remains undecided  Asiaone3 weeks ago

S'porean on Interpol list held in Batam

A Singaporean wanted by the United States for allegedly breaching a US trade embargo against Iran - and whose extradition to the US was rejected by a Singapore court two years ago - has been detained by Indonesian police in Batam. Lim Yong Nam, 40, ...
 Asiaone3 weeks ago Sporean wanted by US detained in Batam  ACQ Magazine3 weeks ago S'porean wanted by US detained in Batam  Asia News Network3 weeks ago

National Police Issue Permit for Presidential Inauguration Party

Volunteers stand beside rice cone on the victory celebration of Jokowi-JK at the Proclamation Monument, Jakarta, July 23, 2014. ANTARA/Reno Esnir TEMPO.CO , Jakarta - The Indonesian National Police (Polri) have issued a permit for the 'people's ...
 Tempo.co1 month ago
Malay Mail

Indonesian bomber dies fighting with IS rebels in Iraq

JAKARTA An Indonesian suicide bomber has died fighting with the rebels of what is called Islamic State (IS) in Iraq, a monitoring group said on Tuesday, sparking fresh concern from Jakarta authorities who fear the group is spawning a new generation ...
 Oman Tribune1 month ago Indonesian bomber killed while fighting with jihadists  Manila Standard Today1 month ago Indonesian suicide bomber in Iraq dies fighting with Islamic State  Malay Mail1 month ago Indonesian Suicide Bomber Dies Fighting with IS  Naharnet1 month ago
Saudi Gazette

Indonesia struggles with IS magnet to lure fighters

CIANJUR, Indonesia — A businessman who proclaims himself leader of the Indonesian chapter of the Islamic State group says he has personally overseen the departure of scores of fighters from this Southeast Asian nation to Syria and Iraq. Police ...
 Saudi Gazette1 month ago Indonesia struggles with Islamic State recruiting  Economic Times1 month ago

Police, Army clash underlines discipline issue

The brawl between Riau Islands Police officers and soldiers from the Army's Infantry Battalion 134 Tuah Sakti in Batam on Sunday has exposed disciplinary problems among members of the two security institutions, especially regarding the use of ...
 Jakarta Post1 month ago

Indonesia militants claim slaying of 'police informant'

JAKARTA: An Indonesian militant group led by the country's most wanted Islamic extremist has claimed responsibility for the brutal murder of a farmer accused of being a police informant. The Eastern Indonesia Mujahideen, led by an extremist known ...
 Channel NewsAsia1 month ago Indonesia insurgents claim slaying of police informant  Oman Observer1 month ago

Terrorists in Indonesia Gain Many Foreign Supports

TEMPO.CO , Jakarta - TheIndonesian Police Headquarter believed that the string of terrors in Indonesia was supported by other nations. Brigadier General Boy Rafli Amar linked the support to the arrest of four foreign terrorists in Poso, Central ...
 Tempo.co1 month ago
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