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Follow us on Archipelago First Insp. Marsono, the deputy chief of Jatinom Police, a district in Klaten, Central Java, unexpectedly sprung into a rage near his home on Sunday night, beating up five neighbors and killing his own father.
Follow us on Archipelago Schools in Klaten regency, Central Java may have to take out loans to keep open due to a change in the regulation for releasing the central government's School Operational Aid (BOS) funds, an official says.
Follow us on National The Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) has asked that public officials not use state-owned cars to travel to their hometowns for Idul Fitri. Official vehicles are provided for official matters, not personal ones, KPK deputy
Virginia Commonwealth University in Qatar students and faculty members are in Indonesia to facilitate a skills development workshops. This is being supported by Vodafone Qatar and the Titian Foundation of Indonesia. Bayat in the Klaten District in
Follow us on National Central Java police chief Insp...Edward Aritonang revealed Friday that police found new patterns in the recruitment of terror group members. Students of technical high schools have been targeted due to their knowledge of
Follow us on Archipelago A prosecutor asked the Sleman District Court in Yogyakarta to sentence a SAR (Search and Rescue) volunteer to five months in jail for carrying a folding knife without a permit outside Merapi eruption danger zones.
Follow us on Archipelago The police say that three homemade bombs found in separate locations near Yogyakarta on Wednesday were likely made by the same group...Iskandar Abubakar said that detectives noted that the bombs were wired in the same way.
Follow us on Archipelago The government has extended the state of emergency in areas surrounding the Mt. Merapi volcano by a further 14 days, Tempointeraktif newswire reported. .The state of emergency was scheduled to end today.
Following the first eruption on 26 October, the Fund shipped 1,000 hygiene kits for specific target groups among the displaced, and sent midwifery supplies to local health centres offering basic emergency obstetric and neonatal care. Additional
Follow us on Archipelago More than 55,000 cows have yet to be evacuated from 20-kilometer danger zone radius from the troubling Mt...Most of them are sprawled in farm areas, like Sleman, Klaten, Magelang and Boyolali.