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Jakarta, Jan 10, 2021 (AFP): Body parts and debris were hauled from waters near Indonesia's capital on Sunday from a Boeing passenger plane that crashed shortly after take off with 62 people on board.
Jakarta, Jan 9, 2021 (AFP/Bloomberg): An Indonesian budget airline jet suspected to have crashed into the sea just minutes after take-off from Jakarta had 62 passengers and crew on board, including 10 children, the transport minister said Saturday.
JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/ANN): Growing outdoor recreation and domestic travel are expected to drive the recovery of tourism in Indonesia, experts and industry players have said.
JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/ANN): The government has disbursed a total of Rp 37.07 trillion (US$2.63 billion) in state capital injections (PMN) to four state-owned enterprises (SOE) and two state agencies in a bid to help revive the virus-battered economy.
JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesia will begin its nationwide COVID-19 mass vaccination programme on Jan. 13, the country's health minister said on Tuesday, as the world's fourth most populous country battles the worst coronavirus outbreak in Southeast Asia.
JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/ANN): Recently installed Tourism and Creative Economy Minister Sandiaga Uno has pledged to focus on reviving the pandemic-stricken tourism industry next year.
JAKARTA, Dec 20 (dpa): A Lion Air passenger plane skidded off a runway after landing at Radin Inten airport in Lampung on the Indonesian island of Sumatra, local media reported on Sunday.
Indonesia imposes stricter restrictions to prevent spike in Covid-19 cases after holidays; cases balloons to almost 665,000
JAKARTA, Dec. 20 (Xinhua): Indonesia will be imposing stricter restrictions from Dec 20 to Jan 8, 2021 to prevent a spike in Covid-19 cases after the Christmas and year-end holiday seasons, officials said.
The Medan administration in North Sumatra will proceed with Christmas and New Year celebrations while urging residents to avoid crowds despite a prohibition against crowd-pulling events from the provincial administration to curb soaring Covid-19 cases.
JAKARTA, Dec 19 (The Jakarta Post/ANN): The Medan administration in North Sumatra will proceed with Christmas and New Year celebrations while urging residents to avoid crowds despite a prohibition against crowd-pulling events from the provincial administration to curb soaring Covid-19 cases.