Indonesian fisheries minister Edhy Prabowo arrested in graft investigation on lobster larvae exports
President Joko Widodo said that he respected the decision of the anti-corruption commission, known in Indonesia as the KPK, to arrest Prabowo.
Indonesia's Health Ministry announced that new daily infections rose by 4,442 to bring the country's total to 502,110, the most in Southeast Asia and second in Asia only to India's 9.1 million confirm
Indonesia's geological agency raised Merapi's alert level, which had been at the third-highest level since it began erupting last year.
The economy shrank at a 5.32 per cent pace in the previous quarter and grew 2.9 per cent in January-March, its slowest rate in almost two decades.
He said that freedom of expression that tarnishes the honor, sanctity and sacredness of religious values and symbols could not be justified and must be stopped.
The family of Liew, chairman of Singapore's airport operator until he quit last month, fired Liyani in 2016 and she was charged with stealing items from them including watches, clothes, and a DVD play
Japan also hopes to deepen and strengthen its defense ties with Indonesia and promote a defense equipment and technology transfer agreement.
The protests spread and turned violent in some cities across the world's most populous Muslim nation, but calm had largely returned to Jakarta over the past four days.
Demonstrators also burned road barriers, several cars, a cinema and damaged several government offices.
Several houses were buried in four separate locations around Tarakan on Borneo island after hours of heavy rain and strong winds.
Hundreds of thousands of Rohingya Muslims have fled Buddhist-majority Myanmar due to a military crackdown, and many live in densely crowded refugee camps in Bangladesh.
News of the plan spread after minutes of a meeting of the newspaper’s Employee Council and Board of Directors was shared through social media.
An increased number of recent transmissions have been linked to work places such as offices and factories.
Advocates Fahim Khan and Ahmed Khan, appearing for them, said that the court allowed the Indonesians to walk free on payment of a fine of Rs 5,000 each.
A road, nine bridges, 13 shrines, nine schools, eight office buildings, two public facilities and a market were damaged by the flash floods.