You have searched for "Istiqlal Mosque"
Showing 1-10 of 38
It is a Ramadan like never before for Muslims across Asia as mosques that would normally be packed for prayers are deserted and in some places locked up as governments enforced measures to stem the spread of the novel coronavirus.
(Reuters) - It is a Ramadan like never before for Muslims across Asia as mosques that would normally be packed for prayers are deserted and in some places locked up as governments enforced measures to stem the spread of the novel coronavirus.
JAKARTA (Xinhua): A shipment of 800,000 Covid-19 testing kits supplied by China arrived in Indonesia's capital on Monday (March 23), carrier Xiamen Airlines said.
A NUMBER of mosques in Jakarta have disregarded appeals by Governor Anies Baswedan to cancel Friday prayers for two weeks aimed at curbing the spread of the deadly coronavirus that has so far killed at least 17 people in the capital.
JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/Asia News Network): Istiqlal Mosque in Jakarta will still hold Friday (March 20) prayers despite warnings to restrict public gatherings to contain the novel coronavirus disease (Covid-19).
JAKARTA (Reuters) - The Indonesian government has prepared a 120 trillion rupiah ($8.1 billion) stimulus package to support Southeast Asia's biggest economy as the spread of coronavirus disrupts global activities, the country's finance minister said.
JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/ANN): The Istiqlal Mosque renovation project will include the construction of an underground tunnel to be called the “brotherhood tunnel” that will connect the mosque with the Jakarta Cathedral across the road in Central Jakarta, President Joko 'Jokowi' Widodo has said.
Mamuju: As Friday prayers wrap up at Suada mosque, worshippers turn their attention outside where Fakhry Affan steers a drone high above, snapping pictures of the building tucked in a corner of Indonesia’s Sulawesi island.
JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesia is poised to pass a new penal code that criminalizes consensual sex outside marriage and introduces stiff penalties for insulting the president's dignity - a move rights groups criticised as an intrusive assault on basic freedoms.
JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesian President Joko Widodo appeared on course on Thursday for a second term, based on unofficial vote counts and despite the objections of his rival, while police vowed firm action against any rallies that could disturb security.