The Twin Banyan Tree of The South Square of Yogyakarta on Fire

The twin Banyan tree locate at the South Square of Yogyakarta on fire on Sunday, August 3, 2014. The cause of the burning of one of the twin banyan tree is still a mystery. Some claimed allegedly due to discarded cigarettes are still blazing dumped into the fence any banyan tree, but there is also the opinion that it is associated with the occult. As mythologized, twin banyan tree at the South Square has a number admonished as if one can get past the banyan tree with eyes closed, then…

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Gorbachev: Do Not Replied Sanctions for People’s Aspirations

The former Soviet leader, Mikhail Gorbachev, said that the referendum Crimea correcting mistakes by the Soviet. Therefore, the Crimea people’s desire should not be repaid with sanctions for Russia. “First the Crimea combined with Ukraine under Soviet law, rather the ruling party (the Communists), without seeking the approval of the people. Today the people decided to correct that mistake. This should be welcomed, not subject to sanctions,” said Gorbachev as quoted the Interfax news agency. Gorbachev asserted, Crimea referendum region is a reflection of the aspirations of the people, and…

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Elections Delayed The New Airport

The fate of a plan to build an international airport in Kulonprogo will be resumed after the implementation of the legislative election held April 9, 2014. Currently the realization of the construction airports still rested on the documents area of the safety of flight operations because PT Jogja Magasa Iron (JMI) and PT Angkasa Pura (AP) has not encountered an intersection. The Head Regent of Kulonprogo, Hasto Danar, said, construction of the airport would have continued just now all parties are still the focus of legislative elections are held next…

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Sultan Attract UK Investors

The British government promised to bring investors to the new international airport planned to be built in Kulon Progo . This is expressed by the British ambassador to Indonesia, Mark Canning after meeting with Yogyakarta Governor Sri Sultan Hamengkubuwono X in the Governor’s Office, Government Office Complex DIY, Kepatihan on Thursday March 6, 2014. Mark said in his meeting with the governor, he got an offer to invest. The British government at most bring investors in Yogyakarta. The issue of the development of the airport is not just talking about…

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The Refund of IDR 11 Billion by The Former Regent of Bantul

The puzzles about the refunds totaling IDR 11 billion into the coffers of Bantul Regency, finally answered. Refunds carried out by former Bantul Regent, Idham Samawi. The money transfer was done on Thursday, March 6, 2014 through the BPD Bantul Bank sent from Danamon Bank in Jakarta. It is delivered by Didik Warsito, head of Department of revenue and Asset Manager area of Bantul Regency. Didik Warsito explained, the returns evidenced by credit notes on behalf of Idham Samawi. He did not know for sure in which specified areas the…

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500 Pound Bomb Dropped on U.S. Soldiers By Mistake

A number of U.S. soldiers escaped from death after one of its planes dropped bombs weighing 227 kilos near their outpost in Afghanistan last year. A video recording containing a fatal military mistakes that appear on the internet. In the video it shows how the bombs were falling hit the ground just 15 meters from the soldiers, who had enlisted the help of air strikes while fighting with the Taliban in Paktika province. Events began when U.S. forces saw Taliban soldiers in the distance and enlisted the help of air…

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The Conspiracy of Commonwealth Nations in Southeast Asia

Provocative action of the three neighboring countries in Indonesia is a neat and structured with a single command. The purpose of the three countries in a mutual defense cooperation corridor supports appropriate Commonwealth Charter. Indeed, there is the theory of “coincidence” in layman’s view when Australia expel asylum seekers to Indonesia. Or the appearance of orange lifeboats in southern waters, then Singapore suddenly protested naming KRI Usman-Harun. Shouted later with a burning fishing boat from Papua in the waters of Papua New Guinea (PNG). After Malaysia failed to do its…

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The President and all the Kings of Java attended the royal wedding Palace

President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono (SBY) accompanied by first lady Ani Yudhoyono, in contrast to Yogyakarta to attend the wedding of the daughter of Sri Sultan Hamengkubuwono X, GKR Hayu with KPH Notonegoro. SB Yudhoyono traveled to Yogyakarta, through Halim Perdanakusuma Airport in Jakarta, at 7 AM. The plan, als attended the wedding of GKR Hayu before opposite to South Kalimantan to do work visits. Yudhoyono accompanied by Vice President Boediono, who was already in Yogyakarta in advance. According to Yoogyakarta Publicist, Iswanto, at the panggih event, Yudhoyono will give the…

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Sail Komodo Participants Layover in Wakatobi

A total of 14 sailing yacht participant of Sail Komodo 2013 since last two days have been the anchors at Wangiwangi, capital of Southeast Sulawesi, Wakatobi. The head of tourism and culture the Wakatobi, Tawwakul, said the passengers aboard the luxury middle screen to enjoy arts and cultural performances in several places in the Wakatobi. The Government and the community are currently preparing the Wakatobi tradition called posepa in Liya Togo that will be show to the passenger ship that sails on Wednesday afternoon. According to tradition, posepa is a…

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Nautical Tourism Of Nusa Kambangan Island

The Nusa Kambangan island known as the prison island, will be rendered as class tourism. August 2013, the Ministry of maritime and Fisheries held a Festival and Fair Investment Nusa Kambangan and Segara Anakan to attract investors. The Director General of the marine, Coastal and small islands of the Ministry of marine and Fishery Sudirman Saad argued that on the sidelines of a business and investment Meeting small islands, in Jakarta. The Ministry of marine and Fisheries to prepare a budget of IDR 1 billion for organizing the Festival and…

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