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An analyst with the Pekanbaru Meteorology, Climatology and Geophysics Agency (BMKG) said on Sunday there had been 12 tectonic earthquakes over the last two weeks.
The latest quakes struck parts of Sulawesi and Singihe islands on March 21 and March 22, respectively, with magnitudes of 6.3 and 5.2 on the Richter scale (RS), the BMKG analyst, Ardhitama, said.
Indonesia is hunting a radical group with links to Indonesia that may be behind a bomb outside its Paris embassy.
Indonesia’s anti-terror agency said yesterday that a group active in France was behind the explosion in Paris last week.
sked to define pornography, an American Supreme Court justice once famously said: “I know it when I see it.” The way Religious Affairs Minister Suryadharma Ali sees it, the answer to the same question might well be: “Short skirts.”
Massive protests against a proposed fuel price increase failed to materialize in Jakarta on Tuesday, but smaller rallies, some of them violent, took place across the country.
A fishermen’s association and an environmental watchdog are calling on the government to officially recognize extreme weather events as national disasters in the hope that mitigation efforts will lower the impacts of such incidents.
Bali, whose residents are predominantly Hindu, saved up to 3,000 kiloliters of subsidized fuels at Nyepi, the Hindu Day of Silence, on Friday.
The resort island consumes an average of 2,300 kiloliters of premium fuel and 7,000 kiloliters of diesel fuel a day on normal days.
Tomorrow Bali celebrates its New Year as a Silent Day called ‘Nyepi’ .
However, the celebrations start today and, by contrast, today is called ‘noisy day’ – and for good reason!
For weeks the Balinese youth have been making giant ‘Ogoh Ogoh’ out of bamboo frames covered in paper mache and then decorated to look like incredibly evil monsters called ‘Ogoh Ogoh’ (actually these pics are from last year).
We think it’s time to remind you about dengue fever… again.
Bali Police Public Relations Head, Commissioner Hariadi said the five people shot on Sunday evening may have come to Bali as robbers, not terrorists.
Police have not found any evidence that there would have been a bombing.