USD 30,000 Australia Bribes For The On Board Ship Crew To Return To Indonesia Territory

Rote Police Department, East Nusa Tenggara, confiscate money of USD 30,000 from the six crew members were carrying asylum seekers to Australia. The money was a bribe from the Australian authorities that the ship back into Indonesian waters. Police Public Relations Head AKBP Ronalzie Agus said, each crew was given USD 5,000. They were asked to sail back to Indonesia until finally secured in Rote. From photo documentation of the Police, looks money fractional dollar is USD 100. The fresh money is seen still wrapped in a white envelope. “We…

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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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Indonesia Still The Largest Australian Cattle Importer

Indonesia’s position as Australia’s largest cattle importing countries are still not deterred until today. In fact, throughout the year 2014 Indonesia noted increases cattle imports by 63 percent compared to the year 2013. Export data released by Meat and Livestock Australia (MLA) and received the ABC this week demonstrated, throughout the 2014 Indonesia wreaked as much 730,257 Australia cows. Strong demand for Indonesia’s at once became a major force in increasing exports of Australian cattle 33 percent through 2014. The amount totaled 1,29 million. The Indonesian position of the largest…

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Australia Have 1.8 million Encrypted Data of Telkomsel Customers

Australia intelligence collaborated with the National Security Agency (NSA) United States increase the radar to Asia since the Bali bombing in 2002. China and Indonesia into a special attention. In Indonesia, Indosat and Telkomsel are the telecommunications operators are known to have been the target of the intelligence monitoring. Based on the NSA document leaked by Edward J Snowden in early 2013, recorded talks via Indosat is part of the monitoring of the Intelligence Directorate of the Department of Defense Signal (DFD) Australia, which in may 2013 renamed Australia Signals…

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List of Indonesian Officials Bugged by Australia

The latest information about the wiretapping conducted by the Australian intelligence against President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono and Indonesia’s other officials. The leaked secret document shows clearly the list of high officials that Indonesia becomes the target of wiretapping. Even their cell phone types were mentioned in detail. Documents leaked from the Ministry of Defence of Australia and also the Defence Signals Directorate, the tangible presentation slides and the labelled ‘top secret‘. The Australian, abc.net.au, Wednesday (11/18/2013), releasing confidential documents leaked. On one of the slides, writing the title ‘Indonesian President…

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Australia Wiretapping Indonesian President’s Phone, First Lady and A Few Ministers

Information about the wiretapping of Indonesia back to appear. This time it was reported that Australia’s intelligence also tap telephone conversations the President of Indonesia Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono (SBY) in 2009. In addition to President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, intercepts also made against the first lady Ani Yudhoyono and a number of senior Minister of Indonesia. As reported by AFP, the information is based on a secret document leaked by Edward Snowden. The confidential documents obtained by local media, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) and the United Kingdom, The Guardian. The…

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Nick Xenopon Detained in Malaysia

Australian Senator Nick Xenophon was arrested by Malaysian authorities at the airport in time to visit the country. Xenophon turns into black list of Malaysia as often criticized the human rights situation and democracy in the country. “I was detained at the airport by airport police officials, then explained I was in the government’s banned list and unable arrive Malaysia,” said Xenophon, as quoted by Sky News. Xenophon visits to Malaysia at the invitation of Malaysia’s opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim. Xenophon is also famous with his activities that often criticized…

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Fire Destroy Ghost Gum Tree

The two Ghost Gum tree icons painted many times by Albert Namatjira, an Aborigines famous artists, burning right now considered for inclusion in the list of legacy. The progress of the Northern Territory Indigenous Minister, Alison Anderson, said that the Police believed arsonists set fire to the trees, standing 10 miles from the outback town of Alice Springs. A fire on December 30, 2012 has destroy a place visited by many people since Albert Namatjira won international acclaim, she said. “Ghost Gums tree is shown in many of his works…

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