The Arbitration Ruling Reserved South China Sea Legally Binding

United States commenting on the verdict of the Court of arbitration of the UNITED NATIONS the question of the South China Sea dispute. The U.S. calls the verdict that rejected the claim of China over the waters of the South China Sea that was final and legally binding. The U.S. statement is clearly was in a position opposite the Chinese authorities before calling the verdict was nil and does not have the force of law. In response to a ruling released on Tuesday, July 12, 2016, China insists it has…

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Indonesia Dituduh Menangkap Lebih Dari 1.000 Aktifis di Papua Barat

Aktivis mengatakan penahanan yang terjadi selama aksi unjuk rasa menyerukan referendum kemerdekaan. Polisi Indonesia dituduh menangkap lebih dari 1000 orang aktifis pada rapat umum di Papua Barat menuntut referendum kemerdekaan. Bagian dari paling timur Indonesia di pulau New Guinea, Etnis Papua Barat yang berbeda dari seluruh negara dan dianeksasi oleh Indonesia pada tahun 1969. Banyak orang Papua menganggap pengambilalihan telah menjadi perampasan tanah ilegal. Protes berlangsung di Papua Barat pekan ini, aktivis mengatakan, posting foto di media sosial dari wajah mereka yang dicat dengan warna biru dan merah dari Bintang…

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China’s Claims Natuna Area, Massive Fighter Fleet Muster

Sukhoi SU-30 aircraft are aboard the aircraft carriers belong to China, Lioning. This ship was alerted at have the South China Sea near Natuna Islands. China is not messing around and the origin of the claim area of Natuna, Riau, Indonesia, as its territory. Assertions from President Jokowi who called new maps that China does not have a strong international legal basis, predicted there would be taken by the Government of China. Information collected Antara, this time China has presented its naval fleet in the South China Sea, including near…

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ISIS Claim responsibility of terror attacks in Paris

The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) claims to be responsible for a number of attacks in Paris on Friday November 13, 2015. The BBC reported on Saturday November 14, 2015, as an official statement released by ISIS in the form of writings and audio via the official channel of that militant group. In a statement released in two languages, Arabic and French, ISIS States that 8 fighters called brethren armed with explosive-vest and gun. The eighth person was called has chosen carefully the location of the attack in…

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The UN Asked Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand Should Not Banish The Rohingya Immigrants Ship

The United Nations calls upon Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand not to oust the carrier ships and immigrants should do something to save them. The United Nations Human Rights Commissioner Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein said attention should be paid to save the lives of approximately 6,000 immigrants estimated to be still at sea. The United Nations says they are of ethnic Rohingya in Myanmar and Bangladesh. “I was surprised by the reports that Thailand, Indonesia and Malaysia restore boats full of illegal immigrants into the sea, which in the end will…

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Rare Japanese Cars in South Korea

Afternoon in the streets of the District of Gangnam, South Korea is not much different from Jakarta, were equally jammed. Different from the many cars that flooded the streets only very few sightings of the car made in Japan. Not only in Gangnam, the population of the original Japan import cars are relatively rare in South Korea. The streets of Seoul and other cities is generally dominated by local brands primarily KIA and Hyundai, and there are only a few that are import-car. Import cars in Korea there is about…

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Bali Nine Death Penalty Execution Canceled?

Attorney General HM Prasetyo confirmed the execution of the death penalty will be carried out simultaneously. In addition Prasetyo also confirmed there are no delays execution of death penalty. Had circulated news on the net the cancellation of the death penalty execution of the duo Bali Nine, Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran. However Prasetyo asserted no such thing. “There was no such order from the President,” said Prasetyo in the Attorney General’s Office, Jl Hasanuddin, South Jakarta, yesterday. Prasetyo said that the convicted person have received denial pardons from President…

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IDR 300,000,000 AirAsia Compensation to The Families of Victims

Indonesia AirAsia Inc. is offering money IDR 300 million OR USD 30,000 to families of the victims aboard the AirAsia QZ8501 fell in the waters of Karimata Strait near Java Sea. What is the reason the money offer of AirAsia? In a letter obtained on Monday January 5, 2015, devoted to one of the family of QZ8501 passengers who become victims, mentioned the reason giving money IDR 300 million was based on the emotional and financial burden on the families of the victims experienced middle. The money was meant as…

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Jokowi Cabinet with 34 Ministry Forms

The President Joko Widodo would likely set a cabinet consisting of 34 ministries. This means that Jokowi went back to using the formation of the Cabinet ever to pass last month. Former Deputy Transition Team of Jokowi-Jusuf Kalla, Andi Widjajanto, say, currently 99 percent Jokowi-JK’s Cabinet has been formed. Almost all the post Ministry has been filled. Names of candidates for Ministers also already exists. “The numbers are 34 ministries. This relative was 99 percent, finished last in the afternoon,” said Andi at the Merdeka Palace Complex on Thursday October…

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South China Sea Conflict, a Threat to The Security of Southeast Asia

The Defense equipment and military personnel guarding the main Indonesian maritime territory needs to be strengthened. This is based on the increasing potential threats to the sovereignty of the Republic of Indonesia that emerged from Indonesian waters. The threat comes from the warming of relations between countries in the region, especially those located in the South China Sea. Strengthening Army personnel and Navy weapons system needs to be improved given the escalation of threats also increase. The biggest security threats and challenges that exist in the region of Southeast simmering…

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