Category: Law and Justice

Film festival brings the light of science

Hundreds of children slid nervously back and forth on their white chairs. Those who could not find a place sat on the ground. Each of the boys and girls wore baby blue T-shirts bearing the slogan, “Science Film Festival Indonesia” they waited for the lights to be turned off and the films to start. The newly opened Science Film Festival, now in its sixth

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Grenade hits East Jakarta building

A grenade caused a blast in the Multi Piranti Graha office building in Duren Sawit, East Jakarta, at 3 a.m. on Monday morning, injuring an office security guard. The police are investigating the incident and looking over all CCTV records from the building. "We suspect that there is an internal dispute related to office management, or a personal dispute […]

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Terror in Paris : What we know so far

Investigations into the series of terrorist attacks that killed more than 120 people in Paris are moving forward, with people taken into custody and two of the gun-wielding suicide bombers identified. French President Francois Hollande has blamed the Islamic extremist group ISIS for the wave of violence Friday that put parts of Paris under siege. He called

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Top Ten Best-Selling Games

Top Ten Best-Selling Games in the US for October 2015 The NPD Group has released its monthly report for October 2015, detail the top-selling new, physical games at retail in the United States. Unsurprisingly, Halo 5: Guardians, the first original Halo game for Xbox One, came out on top. Trailing behind that was NBA 2K16 (last year's game, 2K15, was the top

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Julie Bishop arrives in Indonesia

Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has landed in Indonesia for her first visit since the Bali Nine executions. Ms Bishop will spend the day in Padang, west Sumatra for the Indian Ocean Rim Association Ministerial meeting. Padang is currently blanketed in a thick haze from illegal forest fires burning in Sumatra. Concern over the fires which have seen smoke

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Bali drug Brit Paul Beales is freed

Bali drug Brit Paul Beales is freed and on way home after three years in jail The property developer was arrested alongside grandmother Lindsay Sandiford, who remains on death row and could be executed as soon as January. A British man jailed as part of a drug smuggling syndicate in Bali was last night on his way home to the UK after being

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