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Vienna completed the final stage of counting ballot papers that were sent by electors via the post...Therefore, the election turnout in Austria was 381 out of a total of 742 Indonesian citizens with the right to vote registered in the final voter
Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono has sent a letter to the family of a Saudi employer who was murdered by his Indonesian maid asking for pardon. The letter will be handed over to the family by the lawyer hired by the Indonesian Embassy to
Indonesian expatriates including a large number of women thronged to their consulate in Jeddah Saturday to cast their votes in the 2014 parliamentary elections. The Indonesian Election Commission has also made arrangements in other cities of the
Marsudi held a meeting with the Wageningen Research University (WUR) on Friday, April 4, 2014...This approach is expected to reduce vegetable production cost, agricultural occupational health risks and to provide continuous training for farmers.
Jakarta has transferred nearly SR7 million in blood money to save Indonesian migrant worker Satinah Binti Jumadi Ahmad, on death row for murdering her Saudi employer in 2009. The case is likely to be settled within a few days after the Saudi and
Indonesia will pay SR6.7 million in blood money to save an Indonesian maid from being executed in the Kingdom, according to reports. Satinah Binti Jumadi was due to be executed in the next few days after being found guilty of killing her female
Some 500 Thai trawlers from the countrys central and southern regions kept ashore today as Indonesia closed its waters to Thai vessels in response to the death of two Indonesian navy personnel were reportedly killed by crew of Thai fishing boat. The
Indonesia has denied withholding information pertaining to the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370. In a strongly-worded statement, the Indonesian Embassy hit out at a local Malay daily for claiming that it had not released radar data
The United States and some Asian nations have sounded warnings at the WTO because of Thailand's alleged lack of transparency on rice sales and stocks. Thailand has a glut of 18 to 20 million tonnes in state stockpiles bought via the pledging scheme.
The Indonesian Embassy, Kuwait yesterday launched an online application system called e-consular' providing easier, faster and efficient' consular services. Inaugurating the system, Indonesian ambassador Ferry Adamhar said, the new system is designed