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    Ma'ruf Meets Sultan Hamengkubuwono X in Yogyakarta

  • 3 Dead in East Java after Strong Earthquake
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    3 Dead in East Java after Strong Earthquake

  • Kalla Arrives in Palu, Visits Wirabuana Hospital
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    Kalla Arrives in Palu, Visits Wirabuana Hospital

  • Govt Sends 500 Trucks of Food Aid to Central Sulawesi
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    Govt Sends 500 Trucks of Food Aid to Central Sulawesi

  • President Monitors Evacuation Process at Roa-Roa Hotel
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    President Monitors Evacuation Process at Roa-Roa Hotel

  • Australia to Provide $5 Million Package of Humanitarian Assistance
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    Australia to Provide $5 Million Package of Humanitarian…

Ma'ruf Meets Sultan Hamengkubuwono X in Yogyakarta
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Ma'ruf Meets Sultan Hamengkubuwono X in Yogyakarta

Vice presidential candidate Ma'ruf Amin met with Sri Sultan Hamengkubuwono X during his campaign tour in Yogyakarta on Monday.
 

3 Dead in East Java after Strong Earthquake
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3 Dead in East Java after Strong Earthquake

At least three people are dead after a 6.4 magnitude earthquake struck East Java province at 01.57 AM Western Indonesia Time (WIB) on Thursday.
 

Kalla Arrives in Palu, Visits Wirabuana Hospital
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Kalla Arrives in Palu, Visits Wirabuana Hospital

Vice President Jusuf Kalla on Friday visited the victims of earthquake and tsunami in the Central Sulawesi city of Palu.
 

Govt Sends 500 Trucks of Food Aid to Central Sulawesi
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Govt Sends 500 Trucks of Food Aid to Central Sulawesi

Agriculture Minister Amran Sulaiman delivered 500 trucks of food aid to Central Sulawesi province on Thursday.

President Monitors Evacuation Process at Roa-Roa Hotel
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President Monitors Evacuation Process at Roa-Roa Hotel

30 peoples believed are still inside the hotel

Australia to Provide $5 Million Package of Humanitarian Assistance
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Australia to Provide $5 Million Package of Humanitarian Assistance

This follows the Prime Minister’s announcement of an initial $500,000 to the Indonesian Red Cross for food and essential relief items such as blankets and tarpaulins.

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