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TAKE THE PLUNGE with Pavin Orpiana

03:16 min | 35 min ago

Fresh update on "indonesia" discussed on TAKE THE PLUNGE with Pavin Orpiana

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Indonesia Earthquake Kills at Least 7 People

BBC World Service

00:25 sec | 5 d ago

Indonesia Earthquake Kills at Least 7 People

"Main island of Java yesterday. U. S Geological Survey said it had a magnitude of six. Local officials say At least seven people were killed and hundreds of buildings were damaged. This is the second major disaster in Indonesia in a week. Last Sunday, at least 7 170 people died in landslides and flash floods caused by a tropical cyclone. Thousands of people are still out of their

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6.0-Magnitude Earthquake Strikes off Java in Indonesia

WBZ Morning News

00:20 sec | 6 d ago

6.0-Magnitude Earthquake Strikes off Java in Indonesia

"Dire environmental situation. Taking place on Indonesia's main island of Java. At least one death reported following an earthquake measuring magnitude 6.0 No word of any tsunami warnings theme head of Indonesia's earthquake and tsunami centers still urging people to avoid areas where landslides could hit.

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Alaska, American, Southwest, United Airlines pull Chicago-based Boeing Max jets

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00:50 sec | 6 d ago

Alaska, American, Southwest, United Airlines pull Chicago-based Boeing Max jets

"No problem with some of Boeing 7 37 Max airplanes is prompting several carriers to pull dozens of the Jets out of service. NPR's David Schaper reports. Boeing says it's electrical problem yet today says Boeing notified the regulatory agency about the electrical problem late Thursday that it could affect the operation of a backup power unit. Alaska American Southwestern United are among the airlines pulling close to 70 of their 7 37 max planes temporarily out of service to address the problem. It appears to be related to a change in the production process and effects only some recently manufactured 7 37 Max jets. The problem is not related to the M cast flight control system. Which is blamed in part for causing to 7 37 Max crashes in Indonesia and Ethiopia that killed 346 people.

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Airlines pull Boeing Max jets to inspect electrical systems

Fresh Air

00:50 sec | 6 d ago

Airlines pull Boeing Max jets to inspect electrical systems

"Boeing 7 37 Max Airplanes is prompting several carriers to pull dozens of the Jets out of service. NPR's David Schaper reports. Boeing says it's electrical problem yet they A says Boeing notified the regulatory agency about the electrical problem late Thursday that it could affect the operation of a backup power unit. Alaska American Southwestern United are among the airlines pulling close to 70 of their 7 37 max planes temporarily out of service to address the problem. It appears to be related to a change in the production process and effects only some recently manufactured 7 37 Max jets. The problem is not related to the M cast flight control system. Which is blamed in part for causing to 7 37 Max crashes in Indonesia and Ethiopia that killed 346 people. David Schaper.

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Death Toll From Indonesia's Landslides Rises to 126

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | Last week

Death Toll From Indonesia's Landslides Rises to 126

"Officials say the death toll from the mudslides in eastern Indonesia has risen to one hundred twenty six with schools still missing as rain continues to pound the region and hamper searches hundreds of police soldiers and residents have been digging through the debris with their bare hands shovels and hoes searching for those buried on Tuesday what a team's wailed as they watch rescuers pulled out a mud caked body place it on a bamboo stretcher and taken away for burial in old landslides and flooding have killed over one hundred and twenty across several islands in Indonesia that's what is nearing thirty people in neighboring East Timor many homes have been damaged the thousands displaced by the weather which is expected to continue until at least Friday as the storm moves south to Australia I'm Charles the last month

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Indonesia landslides death toll rises to 126, dozens missing

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | Last week

Indonesia landslides death toll rises to 126, dozens missing

"Officials say the death toll from the mudslides in eastern Indonesia has risen to one hundred twenty six with schools still missing as rain continues to pound the region and hamper searches hundreds of police soldiers and residents have been digging through the debris with their bare hands shovels and hoes searching for those buried on Tuesday what a team's wailed as they watch rescuers pulled out a mud caked body place it on a bamboo stretcher and taken away for burial in old landslides and flooding have killed over one hundred and twenty across several islands in Indonesia that's what is nearing thirty people in neighboring East Timor many homes have been damaged the thousands displaced by the weather which is expected to continue until at least Friday as the storm moves south to Australia I'm Charles the last month

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North Korea Bows Out of Tokyo Olympics, Citing Covid-19

NEWS 88.7 Programming

00:22 sec | Last week

North Korea Bows Out of Tokyo Olympics, Citing Covid-19

"Corona virus infection, The ministry's new service said The decision was made at a meeting of the North Korean Olympic Committee in late March. Pyongyang's announcement puts an end to South Korean hopes that the postponed games could be a catalyst for progress in a debt in deadlocked peace talks. At least 150. People are now known to have died in Indonesia and east team or after tropical

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Flooding, Landslides in Indonesia and East Timor Kill More Than 133 People

Here & Now

00:39 sec | Last week

Flooding, Landslides in Indonesia and East Timor Kill More Than 133 People

"From my powerful Psychlo Tropical cyclone is hindering rescue efforts across Southeast Asia Today, the storm has claimed the lives of at least 133 people in Indonesia and east team or Heavy rains triggered landslides and flash floods, which uprooted trees and destroyed homes. Thousands of people were displaced. We'll have it. Everything is gone. We only managed to salvage whatever we could save compared to the possessions. Our lives are more important. If we save the items, we might die. It's better we save ourselves. The storm is expected to linger a few more days before moving toward Australia.

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Rescuers hampered by damaged roads, more rain in Indonesia

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last week

Rescuers hampered by damaged roads, more rain in Indonesia

"A tropical cyclone has created havoc in remote eastern Indonesian islands as well as in East Timor killing scores of people from flooding and landslides the storm also hampered the rescue effort as aid workers were unable to access key sites because it demonstrates the bridges the cyclone is expected to continue affecting the southeast Asian nation's days while moving south towards Australia multiple times running hills on to dozens of times and laminated village on ida Nora islands rescuers dug tirelessly to recover thousands of bodies buried under the mud and several people were injured last floods killed at least thirty people elsewhere and there are reports of at least seventy missing in the province I'm Karen Thomas

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Indonesia landslides, floods kill 41 people; dozens missing

Radiosurgery New York

00:18 sec | Last week

Indonesia landslides, floods kill 41 people; dozens missing

"Floods from torrential rains in eastern Indonesia this weekend. Killed about 50 people displaced thousands from their homes. Seasonal downpours cause frequent landslides and floods, killing dozens every year in the country and overtaxing The emergency services more on these stories of

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Indonesia: 17 missing in cargo ship, fishing boat collision

The Money Pit

00:14 sec | Last week

Indonesia: 17 missing in cargo ship, fishing boat collision

"A cargo ship in a fishing boat has left 17 people missing off the main island of Java that fishing boat with 32 people aboard capsized after striking the entities and bulk carrier it happened late last night. News and analysis of town hall

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Trust in tech cratered all over the world last year

Daily Tech News Show

01:21 min | 2 weeks ago

Trust in tech cratered all over the world last year

"Edelman's surveyed more than thirty three thousand people in twenty eight countries to gauge consumer trust. They've been doing this for twenty one years and institutions like media government business and the tech sector trust in the tech sector fell by seven percent worldwide. A third straight year of decline trust and tech was going up and up and up until three years ago worldwide and then started to fall trust in tech. Hit a twenty one year. Low in seventeen countries including china. The us and australia and the biggest decline happened in the united states tech was the most trusted sector studied in the us last year even with declines it was still up top and it fell between last year and this year to ninth tech was still the most trusted sector. Despite the declines in seven countries it declined but it stayed on top. And that's down from being the most trusted sector in twenty countries back in two thousand sixteen only. Saudi arabia showed an increase interest in the tech industry. This year trust in tech is the lowest in russia. The uk japan the us and france. And it's the highest in indonesia foreign away above in indonesia pretty good and india saudi arabia. The uae. Kenya mexico and thailand.

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Tropical Forest Destruction Accelerated in 2020

BBC World Service

00:59 min | 2 weeks ago

Tropical Forest Destruction Accelerated in 2020

"Fires and logging in the world's tropical forests increased last year. That's despite pledges by many countries and food companies to nd four station by the year 2020. Or from NPR's Dan Charles. The environmental group World Resources Institute been using satellites to track what it calls primary tropical forests. These are the areas with the most valuable wildlife habitat and stored carbon, the group says. An area of these forests the size of the Netherlands, disappeared last year. That's up 12% from the previous year. It was especially bad in parts of Latin America, including Brazil. There was good news, though from Indonesia, where deforestation is down. The group says it's especially concerned about the dramatic spike in wildfires in a vast area of wetland called the Pantanal in Brazil and Bolivia. It could be a signal that climate change and shrinking forests nearby might be drying out the wetland and making fires more likely. And Charles NPR News

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Cockpit Recorder Unit From Indonesia Plane Crash Is Finally Recovered

BBC World Service

00:14 sec | 2 weeks ago

Cockpit Recorder Unit From Indonesia Plane Crash Is Finally Recovered

"Have recovered the cockpit voice recorder of a plane that crashed in January, killing all 62 people on board. The Boeing 737 flights operated by three which I a air came down within minutes of takeoff.

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Newlywed Couple Blamed for Cathedral Bomb Attack in Indonesia

Pacifica Evening News

00:40 sec | 2 weeks ago

Newlywed Couple Blamed for Cathedral Bomb Attack in Indonesia

"Indonesian authorities say a recently married couple with suspected militant lengths used pressure cooker explosives to blow themselves up outside a Roman Catholic cathedral during Home Sunday Mass. The attack wounded 20 people, including four church guards. Police have made several arrests connected to the group The couple was believed to belong to that group has carried out his syriza of suicide bombings in Indonesia. The last major such attack was in May of 2018 when two families carried out suicide bombings on churches and sure, abaya, killing a dozen people, including

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Dallas Based Southwest Airlines Orders 100 New Jets

NPR News Now

00:55 sec | 2 weeks ago

Dallas Based Southwest Airlines Orders 100 New Jets

"Landed. A major deal for. It's seven thirty. Seven max. jetliner southwest added one hundred orders of the plane. npr's russell lewis reports it's boeing's largest orders since the worldwide grounding following two fatal crashes of the plane southwest airlines only flies the boeing seven thirty-seven model and has done so for the past fifty years. It needs to replace hundreds of older variants of the jet and was planning to use the larger and more fuel-efficient max after the max crashes and indonesia and ethiopia. The plane was grounded for almost two years sending bowing into its biggest crisis. Ever this southwest deal was not a guarantee. Airbus's max competitor. The eight to twenty had been in the running. Southwest is one of the largest. Global operators of boeing aircraft and in announcing the order southwest says this reinforces the airline's confidence in the seven thirty-seven. Max as the future of its fleet russell

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Facebook undersea cable to boost South East Asia internet

Murph and Mac

00:32 sec | 2 weeks ago

Facebook undersea cable to boost South East Asia internet

"Big Yuria tech giants will be spending big money to better connect with Southeast Asia, Facebook and Google are planning the late two huge subsidy cables that will link the West Coast to Singapore and Indonesia and area that is having a major uptick in smartphone usage. The cables from Echo and by Frost transpacific will increase data capacity between the region's by 70% and improved Internet reliability. According to Facebook. The two cable should be in place by the end of 2024

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Suicide Bombers Attacked Catholic Church in Indonesia on Sunday

Democracy Now! Audio

00:26 sec | 2 weeks ago

Suicide Bombers Attacked Catholic Church in Indonesia on Sunday

"In indonesia. A pair of suicide bombers attacked a catholic church sunday in the city of casare injuring twenty people at a palm sunday mass marking the start of the holy week leading up to easter. No groups claimed responsibility. A senior police official blamed group. That's pledged allegiance to isis and was implicated in a string of deadly suicide bombings on indonesian churches in two thousand

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"indonesia" Discussed on Correspondents Report

Correspondents Report

08:20 min | 1 year ago

"indonesia" Discussed on Correspondents Report

"The NBC is Indonesia correspondent. David Lipson has just wrapped up a relatively short but intense posting in the world's biggest muslim-majority nation since at the start of last year he's covered a period of significant chaos and upheaval punctuated by synopsys earthquakes and political unrest his his is last dispatch from Indonesia for Correspondence report my first story reporting from Indonesia was about a more green in January twenty eighteen and a group known as Pi the Islamic Defenders Front had marched on facebook's Jakarta office to protest with excessive AC- of noise and fury the social media giant's decision to ban a bunch of their facebook groups for promoting hatred or violence in Indonesia we reported the mob had moved online and it was defending its Earth by protesting in the real world it also told a deeper story percolating through so so much that happens he first attempts by the mob often successful to dictate decisions in business the courts or parliaments but more more on that later second fees the famed and glorious diversity of Indonesia's brand of Islam was being painted over by a homogeneous conservative even intolerant and at times radical variety July last year. I covered an Islamic exorcism awesome known as a rookie ceremony here. It's being performed on a former street. Urchin named what's your who's reaching and riding on the stone floor went went into the room skeptical and came out genuinely unsettled it was we were told all part of Islamic cleansing process that includes the removal revolt of all tattoos and the apparent expunging of homosexual tendencies and business was booming this creeping conservative theme popped up regularly in my time here from the somewhat comical take the mermaid statues at a theme park which after fifteen years without controversy was suddenly deemed obscene gene and had this stone breasts covered in cloth and much more sinister Liana and ethnic Chinese Buddhist who complained about the volume of a mosques call to prayer in response a mob ransacked and torched more than a dozen Buddhist temples those involved in that were never punished but Malian. A- who made the complaint was jailed for eighteen months there are regular examples of religion being used by the powerful against the week here she learned to dislike the expression God's will with an added by parents who refuse to vaccinate their children because of fears the serum wasn't halal it all by victims of disasters from Pollute Lombok to the sooner straight who told their suffering was God's will win. Please help went entirely unanswered unanswered until long after the voices of their loved ones trapped under the rubble fill silent the competing forces of Indonesia's religious character with perhaps most starkly on display in this year's presidential election. The Islamists had fallen in behind the challenge pro Serbian to his final rally felt like a chis- feeding exercise for conservative Islam starting before dawn with morning prayers into Carter's main stadium with everyone dressed in white it featured across via jumbo screen to the exiled firebrand cleric Habib Riddick the leader of the Islamic Defenders Front which had protested tasted at facebook more than a year before the President Joko Widodo rallies rallies were in contrast a celebration of color and diversity but even this apparently progressive president had been compelled to install one of the nation's most most famous conservative figures modeled Amin as his vice presidential candidate the deadly riots that followed the election were heavily tinged by religion as well so much so that rival forces effectively laid down arms five times a day to pry this brings me to the other element of that first I facebook protests story recovered in the thick of the violent post election rallies swore up close the power and resolve of the Indonesian and more those involved for months being Egged on by the losing candidate truly believes they could overturn legitimate election results through she numbers spend determination after all they done it a few years before with Jakarta's Popula Christian governor a hawk who was ousted and ultimately jailed after demonstrators strikes on mass claimed he committed blasphemy when adopted audio recording went viral in the post-election protesters were repelled the biggest and often most violent mob of all the state apparatus of police and the military but to keep the police chiefs and military brass on side the president. It seems had to make some big concessions in the lead up to election day. He promised to allow active military members back into civilian posts sweeping away hard-won reforms aimed at keeping soldiers out of government and more recently he allowed the appointment of a police officer who was facing facing accusations of ethics violations to lead the powerful corruption eradication commission critic sort as a nod and a wink to the notoriously Oria sleep corrupt police force to continue its shakedowns at the same time the president endorsed parliament's revision of laws governing the commission were plainly. I it's stripping. It's independence and hobbling its ability to conduct crucial wiretaps protest we attended attended at the PK turned out to be rented out who were supporting the challenges effectively campaigning for the corruption flood gates to be opened the same time the parliament was also trying to push through a complete revamp of the Criminal Code that could see couples jailed for six outside of marriage and turn turn insults against the president into a criminal offence my final weeks here in Indonesia were filled with some despair. It felt like all the hard-fought progress that started with riff. Massey twenty years ago with being washed away even more galling since it was all happening in the days after the death of former the president. BJ Habibie the man who sit Indonesia's new course after decades of dictatorship the first protests we attended against all of this works for me. Disappointingly disappointingly small Indonesia seems is sleepwalking toward an uncertain and much more conservative future. The president it seemed was either disengaged engaged. Ill informed or powerless to stop the so-called morality laws being rammed through parliament after years of pressure by Islamist mobs CBS. Then finally the students woke up tens of thousands flooded the the streets they were the spark that lit the riff Massey Fire in nineteen ninety ice and they weren't going to let all that bloodshed back then be for North Josh so a mob of Islamists was my first story. A mobile students fighting back was fittingly my last and as I write this it seems the students may have won the die but nothing is certain found Indonesia to be a wondrous chaotic country where those who are meant to be in charge right up to the president buffeted and bullied around by whatever mob is projecting the most power at the time but I've found Indonesia's greatest asset reminds. It's people are on CA- chill the workers and of course the students who when the chips down will stand up to perhaps just save this awesome and underappreciated neighbor of ours from itself. Davin leap sons final report from Indonesia..

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"indonesia" Discussed on podnews

podnews

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"indonesia" Discussed on podnews

"Spotify is continuing to grow. It's now the number one podcast player in India Spain and Indonesia report vox nest unsurprisingly says a different piece of research. Spotify users are far keener on podcasts. The news of Pandora. Some BBC podcasts are back in Google podcasts following a spat last week or search for BBC woman's hour. For example, finds the podcast within the app, but closer look reveals that the RSS feed and others like it is being republished by the BBC's advertising partner acoss, and the BBC's block is still in place. It's not clear whether this is a deliberate move. Now, the ability for anyone to copy RSS feeds and have their copies automatically show up in Google podcasts was mentioned to us by different public service broadcaster while we were at radio days Europe. Their concern was that spikes versions of RSS feeds with edited content. Could be made available bringing the broadcaster into disrepute or spreading fake news. We think they have a point is no, clear and obvious way. To know that that podcast is not coming directly from the BBC. In other news audio boom have posted record quarterly revenue four point six million US dollars. The company has also signed up a number of new shows and says that it's revenue per thousand listens is up sixty seven percent to twenty three dollars seventy seven. Ben cave has joined apple podcasts in a senior role and moves to California. He's worked for apple for eight years and was previously with production company. Something else formerly known as kimberlite as absorption podcast platform called blow promises to make it easy. Fuel fans to pay feel podcasts podcast Castro. Also announces a new personalization feature at eight o'clock Pacific this morning link in our show notes in our newsletter will. Work from then Paul Chater has announced Twenty-one data. Partnerships have podcast websites and apps using pod chaser. Created data services include radio public player. FM and pod news. Our editor James credit. That's me says pod news links to portray Zor from our podcast pages. Whenever we mentioned a podcast in our free daily newsletter. Poltrak have released some data about podcast categories, news and comedy are the fastest growing categories. According to the company important caveats. It's only relevant for the US and only relevant for those podcasts at measure through Padraig, but rain has analyzed the data revealing possibly served podcast categories. A textbook example of marketing podcast is James corden comments about chubby actors being typecast as funny friends rather than love interests made on the David Tennant podcasts from something else. The comments were widely reported in the UK, including ATV, the guardian the BBC the independent metro and many. More Tom Webster and another guy were interviewed after their session at radio days. You're willing to a video of that NPR is looking for a podcast audience strategist in Washington DC in the US and in podcasts, filling a void in podcasting and online culture, Derek manned, splaine's, it all contains a white man explaining things to people who aren't like him the white man in question is New York City based stand up comedian, Derek Humphry who's actually using this to understand other cultural groups, but don't let that get in the way.

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"indonesia" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"indonesia" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"In Indonesia, and in Ethiopia now back to our top story. The report of the special counsel in the letter from the attorney general the latest from CBS news. CBS news special reports, President Trump blasting the Russia probe. This was an illegal down that failed. And hopefully, somebody is going to be looking at the other side. The Justice department finding the Trump campaign didn't collude with Russia. Former Trump White House lawyer Tycom attorney general's ladder quoting from the special counsel report makes it plain that the investigation did not establish and members of the Trump campaign conspired or coordinated with the Russian government more from CBS news correspondent Paula Reid. The other big question out there was whether or not the president tried to interfere or obstruct this investigation. Not as clear here special counsel says while it does not find any evidence of a crime by the president it can exonerate him. Either they defer to attorney general William Barr deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein members of congress. Also, speaking out in a joint statement moments ago. House speaker Nancy Pelosi. And Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer called for the full Muller report to be made public without any further delay. In a statement. The Trump campaign says the president has been completely and fully vindicated, but Loyola University law. Professor Laurie Levenson says not so fast. Lots of questions to be which is why was everybody line? If they didn't have anything to hide. And that's why I think that this is just the beginning. CBS news special report, I'm Steve Dorsey five fifty one on WBZ summarizing, again, attorney general William bars letter to congress special counsel. Robert Muller does not exonerate President Trump on instruction of Justice, nor find that he committed a crime, we get more from CBS and Steven Portnoy four page letter from the attorney general to key members of congress this afternoon summarizing the Muller report, essentially that the Trump campaign did not conspire with or coordinate with Russia in its efforts to influence the two thousand sixteen presidential election. The determination was made within the Justice department that the president did not have intent to obstruct Justice. These are the headlines in in a four page letter that does not detail the mullahs report as much as it summarizes. It. And this will obviously raise a lot of questions up on Capitol Hill about what more the special counsel has to say about this then reaction from CBS is Badri Garrett at the White House Democrats in the house for sure I would suspect Senate Democrats as well. We'll find this to be too thin by several orders of magnitude that this four page letter gives them some indication of the special counsels process things that the special counsel and his team looked at evaluated and reached generalize conclusions on. Keep it tuned here to WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty for the latest analysis and reaction to the letter from the attorney general summarizing the report of the special counsel,.

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"indonesia" Discussed on The Brookings Cafeteria

The Brookings Cafeteria

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"indonesia" Discussed on The Brookings Cafeteria

"This is the largest non Muslim populations in southeast Asia as well. And so these are divided among Christians Catholics and Protestants Buddhists Hindus, the island of Bali is famously majority Hindu and practitioners of Confucianism animists and many others in Asia's a complex country. Moreover, because of the way that these things are regulated rate so Indonesia's a country that does not have a ethnic group, which is the favourite ethnic group in law in practice, given their numerical dominance Javenese tend to be at the center of national politics. But that's not constitutionally so, and it's not ordained to be so Indonesia, also, though, regulates religion in particular way in Asia is officially multi-religious state. And so in are required to be adherence of one of the country's official religions. And because of this it is both not the case that Indonesia's a secular country. And it's the case it Indonesia's and Islam country is a Muslim majority country that has diversity of Muslim populations defined both territorial an ethnically as well as the diversity of not Muslim populations as well. Thanks. Well, that is all very interesting background and now kind of moving into the question of the political system and political developments in Indonesia. I find that Indonesia's sometimes characterized as an unlikely democracy. Why do observers sometimes see it that way, and how did Indonesian democracy sort of get to where we are today. If it's a little sense of the history. That's a great question. So there's a couple reasons why the considered an unlikely democracy one is just it's history in Asia became independent in nineteen forty nine and had a brief democratic experiment that came to an end with the regime of guided democracy under Sukarno, which was then replaced by the harder were conservative new order as under Harto. So for most of Indonesia's history, stop at amok Assi. So Indonesia watchers are eager to remember the lessons of Indonesian history. It's hard to make democracy work in this very diverse country as I've described previously but also comparatively initiative not inherit a lot of preconditions, which are generally associated with democracy across the world. There are not very many Muslim majority democracies. And so regardless of whether you think that Islam is in of itself an obstacle to democracy or democratization. There are not many other cases like in Asia's. And this makes it unlikely it's an ethnically very divided country as I've described before, and there's evidence that ethnic heterogeneity in some cases can be an obstacle to democratic consolidation. In Asia started off as a very poor country at independence it since developed into a solid middle income country, but low levels of economic prosperity are not generally associated with democracy around the world and finally in the presidential democracy and presidentialism combined with multiparty democracy. So the nation. Has about eight political parties of significant size in the current legislature and combined that with ethnic diversity and religious diversity those combinations. Don't go together very frequently. And so there's a lot of reasons to think that in should be a low performing democracy, which in turn would undermine our prospects for leaving the country's ability to be a consolidated democracy. So Tom, tell us a little bit about the timeline. How did we get from independence through the Sakarov and Suharto periods to where we are today. Right. So in issue became independent as I said in nineteen forty nine officially, that's when the rental agreement was concluded that ended the war of independence with the Dutch from forty nine until nineteen fifty seven in Asia was governed under a period of liberal democracy as it is called with multiple different political parties, including the rose largest non governing communist party by population of communist party of Indonesia, a nationalist party and then to Islam parties as well as a series of other political parties that competed as well, but there are four main..

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"indonesia" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast

The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"indonesia" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast

"Robbie you out there. I'm here and you just crack me up like that was really funny because really we'll think you. Ecosphere you're going from one island extreme to another island extreme, so it makes sense to me. Tell us about wrapping for lashing laughing at Ashley. We we usually like laughing ourselves. We're real laughing at each other, but when we have a guest that comes on, this starts out by laughing. I think astronaut both get little. We're fans of you already. I mean, you could hang up right now. We're gonna. We're gonna talk good about you for the rest of the season. Well, honestly, I mean, what she said was funny. I mean, it really was, you must laugh easily. Yeah, I I do like to laugh. You know, I'm smiling right now. I do. I do like the laugh, especially when you're explaining to laugh on eight to be happy. You need to laugh. Yeah, no doubt. Okay. Ravi. Tell us castaways. What's the premise. Oh my gosh, we are. There's twelve. There's twelve ordinary ordinary folks. Whether our stories are really, really complicated, whether we're just, you know, at home mom or whether you're an overweight, Jim coach like myself and we are set up in a disaster situation. Are in Indonesia. And I mean, if you can imagine a twenty twenty five mile radius of islands in Ireland's, I maybe a mile apart, you know, they may be barely able to see, you know, way off in the distance and we were dropped and with nothing, but the clothes on our back. I, I am not a survivalist in the leashes. I don't. You know. I just here I am. And why. Yeah. Okay. So that's that's going to be a big. That's going to be a huge part of the show the why and and for me I'll answer that for myself is you know I was. I was really overweight. I I actually saw the sales dip at oral four. I got a picture of it on my website for people want proof. You know, they want proof and and you know, I banged around around three seventy five three eighty five. I think I was actually three ninety when I got on the airplane to to fly to Indonesia entire. So you know what? What ten pounds when you're that big right. No, it's nothing. You know, it's nothing, but that was my why. I thought that this was a way to step out of my comfort zone. Okay. He great great things don't happen in comfort zone. Yeah. Was there a different y for everyone who is part of the cast? Yeah, I, I would think so because it was not a weight loss show..

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"indonesia" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"indonesia" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"In by indonesia the deadly blast solid occurred within ten minutes of each other the bbc's rebecca hench key is in jakarta with the latest on the investigation into the attacks stage this state intelligence agencies saying the group j d that's pledged their allegiance to the socalled islamic state is responsible but they haven't claimed responsibility and the police themselves are being cautious french judicial officials says the young man who stabbed people in a lively paris neighborhood didn't have an arrest record but was on a watch list for potential radicalism cbs's elaine cobb has more on the suspect in yesterday's stabbing attack officials say the attacker was a twenty one year old man born in chechnya and naturalized french his name had been flagged on a terror watch list but he had never been in trouble with the police one person was killed in the attack officials say the four injured are out of danger judging authorities have identified the suspect as khazanah asimov his parents were still being questioned today one person was killed in four others wounded in the knifing rampage the islamic state group claimed responsibility history will be made tomorrow when the us embassy in tel aviv is officially relocated to jerusalem president trump ordered the move which he says will help bring peace but the palestinians the arab world in many european leaders disagree abc's jordan miller reports from jerusalem the us delegation has arrived in israel for monday's opening of the us embassy in jerusalem deputy secretary of state john j sullivan jared kushner ivanka and treasury secretary steve mnuchin stepping off the plane president trump is not attending but he will deliver a video message during the dedication ceremony lots of celebrations on the israeli and american side but the palestinians are planning to hold widespread protests monday they argue the embassy.

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"indonesia" Discussed on The World Nomads Podcast

The World Nomads Podcast

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"indonesia" Discussed on The World Nomads Podcast

"Lombok is sort of evolving a little bit i mean it's it is muslim but i would say overall it's a moderate generally speaking it's moderate muslim culture meeting that you not a super hard line sort of situation but there is a change going on sort of in the khuda and the southern lombok area that's sort of welcoming the beach culture not to say that you can link run around inter bikini on the street or anything that you still have to be super respectful but there are a lot of younger people that are saying hey like tourism's bringing a lot of money to our area a lot of opportunities to people here and also bringing all these new people and they're becoming really good friends with the muslim people are becoming really good friends with westerners and people from all over the world which i thought was excuse me it's been really cool to see because when i first went there it was a little more it wasn't as welcoming and it wasn't as accommodating for so many travelers and now they have all these little beach bars and like start up things and we've actually become pretty good friends with muslim family that lives there and they're just super awesome cool people in what like shift in perspective for what you would expect going to like a predominantly muslim area but indonesia's actually taken a big initiative to continue to support muslim you know national travel to lombok it's actually a big spot for other people from indonesia to come so there's that going alongside with like a western surf culture which is pretty unique you know like i don't think you see that anywhere else in the world but what what can we find on you wait so oh my god will i do a lot of destination guides to wherever i go so most recently we've been in the philippines so went on a surfing trip all over the philippines we just die and then i have a lot about indonesia because i've spent so much time there it's also a lot of travel tips for parents who want to keep surfing and taking their kids with them.

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"indonesia" Discussed on The World Nomads Podcast

The World Nomads Podcast

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"indonesia" Discussed on The World Nomads Podcast

"Yeah i think the most confronting was we'll india and tanzania but indy i think was my favorite 'cause there's just so much spiritual growth than unique experiences in the cultures is so beautiful i mean italy and ireland they were beautiful for scenery and wine and just gluttonous wonderfulness with july toe and and things like that indonesia was beautiful i love the music and the culture in the rice paddies brazil was interesting i was there for about five weeks of seeing a spiritual healer in the middle of nowhere brazil interested that you mentioned tens nears confronting what was it about ten well we were just now at this point i was actually travelling with salon i had a romantic relationship with someone while traveling and so he and i went together to tanzania and we were traveling in the southern part in the very rural areas and you know we weren't in the north where you know the seren getty is or most of the tourists so it was just and there's a there's a lot of need there and so just going to the bus terminal to catch a bus in daressalaam we were bombarded by a horde of men who were just they were desperate to just get us on a bus but when it's five in the morning and it's dark and you only have head torches and you're surrounded by people that are really kind of in sort of a mob mentality those sorts of things are scary it's what did you do to cope with that sort of feeling of being out of place.

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"indonesia" Discussed on Channel 955

Channel 955

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"indonesia" Discussed on Channel 955

"Indonesia is so dr through nine dotty.

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"indonesia" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"indonesia" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Indonesia lid on may me to be long but we knew it was just don't see ladies find hannah bonds in the meantime zoos on the come liam neeson yeah the in a man a play and made them pause in a position as so you only plus they go big about monday night the men battiston need them then we see me i didn't sign near bonn saying have fine moon by but i don't see down there the most on abc's cayenne of god they invading lean times i will lawn on the paul known the ooh the.

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"indonesia" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"indonesia" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Them and if someone is telling you how great they are it's really a sign of immaturity and this is where we have to be very careful when we are assessing international candidates effectiveness because of course we use our own cultural lands one actually it's critical that we rely on people from that culture to help us understand who will be effective let me give you an example you have a british company and they're hiring people in indonesia they find some good candidates the british manager goes down to indonesia that person comes into they interview and the british a person asked the question and the indonesian person six quietly the british person feels really uncomfortable he thinks so this person is very shy she doesn't have much to say he answers the question himself if he recognize that in indonesia there's a lot more silence that's built into the discussion and that it shows respect to think for several seconds or even a minute before giving a response then he may have adjusted his own style to allow the person to speak comfortably and then would have left having an entirely different impression when i find is that around the world in most multinational companies people just go when they judged the person from their own lands and then they end up hiring people who are most like them instead of the people who would be most effective in that country notwithstanding cultural pitfalls advances in technology me any recruiter in any country caminha mice the challenges of bias with an ultra standardised interview in which flesh and blood humans barely feature dispersal forever helps employers ripped the problems.

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"indonesia" Discussed on Something You Should Know

Something You Should Know

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"indonesia" Discussed on Something You Should Know

"Is it we take good people we tempt him to be this on this and then we created the back end very severe punishment so you know maybe not so severe but some severe punishments and i think he's just not something that is going to influence behaviour instead i think we tried and we need to try to prevent the miss behavior at the moment we need to decrease that conflicts of interest when he to decrease the temptation of of misbehaving rather than trying to punish people at the end and hope that this would have an effect but what about you know we here i remember the the uh the publicity about a case of in indonesia where they you know publicly slog people for doing things and boy that's a that's a very clean country and people don't screw around you know we can't i i i don't know when you've been looking into the i haven't been to actually for quite a while and but the results i think don't show up and they haven't seen the results about indonesia the results don't show up at a prison sentences are are deterring anybody you know look at something as simple is them eight downloading illegal content on the web mp threes in music and so on and they have been if you really be cases in which people paid a ton of money and the had all kinds of a cost to pay and nobody nobody is i know affair for my students he's cares about that's right it's just not something we think about don't think about other things you know people this is not in the domain of dishonesty but lots of people text and drive lots of people over e a under save uh all of those behaviors a really about no thinking long term human beings we just not design.

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"indonesia" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"indonesia" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

"Because it's good that you know that but i'm not sure that everybody who rents scooters understands that there are some risks involved in scooter travel m announcing you shouldn't do it but you should be aware of it so when you say you rent scooters with all the risks involved tell me a little more about your thought process you're you're traveling with two kids as i recall a a wife in your salary and you're on two scooters four scooters one scooter the in the indian typical indonesia away in vietnam we were all four on one screwed earn their regan but when we are in most places it's better to have two scooters and one parent in one child luca i think what you're getting at is traffic in southeast asia is is is a little hectic it doesn't fall all the rules stop lights and as and he has its inkling that are just suggestions threat there are parts of indonesia that i would not rightist grader in sumatra we have never ridden a scooter day least in northern sumatra where we've been because the roads were in poor condition plus there's lots of construction equipment logging trucks you don't want to have to be run off the road those kinds of things now that being said in lombok just like in bali the roads are in pretty good condition and if you have experience riding scooters in this kind of environment i would recommend it that being said a lot of travel insurance companies will not cover any sort of accidents or damages if you do not have a scooter or a motorcycle licence in your home country oh interesting okay you need to be prepared now i should also say that a lot of accidents maximum was going to be fifty dollars one hundred dollars beskitas don't cost that much but the damage if you get injured or it right shirts someone unique it's a crazy environment and you need to have some experience doing.

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"indonesia" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"indonesia" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

"As a is a simpler place it's less developed even though it is starting to gain tourism dollars too little sleep year but it still has a lot of a same charm in the natural wonders of what you would find in bali now as you know in many of your listeners probably know bali is a hindu island smack in the middle of of indonesia which is a predominantly muslim country gray lombok is not law knocked is a muslim island nation may be island nation is too strong a word but i mean before indonesia was a country all of these islands were at their own distinct cultures their own distinct ethnic tribes as well and so that element of lombok we found to be very interesting to have it has a touch of the tropical paradise that bali is but if it comes from a completely different cultural background will and i don't know the history of the country of indonesia but i'm guessing that it was conglomerate it during the colonial period under the dutch that's true okay with my also limited knowledge of that these were all their own countries but then the dutch spice merchan's and colonists made it into one place far as i know there are still tensions between one part of indonesia and another in very vast cultural and linguistic differences between them for example on lombok the predominant ethnicity is the sas suck people and saw suck has their own language their own food their own customs that you would not find in say sumatra or java or any of the other islands oca what kind of eternity do recommend for lumber quite new you like to kind of give a week long itinerary in and give you a week or two weeks of were going someplace relatively remote here i'll give you an ambitious week or perhaps a solid two week itinerary i think most people would fly into two lombok even though you can also i should say that a lot of people take speedboats or slow boats over from bali it's that close.

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"indonesia" Discussed on NPR's World Story of the Day

NPR's World Story of the Day

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"indonesia" Discussed on NPR's World Story of the Day

"You have our permission legal i spoke with muslims in bogor to try to understand the opposition to the church people at the mosque told me the community is divided over it one man said it's a mistake to build a house of worship without local community support but noone i met express the kind of strong opposition that the bogor christian community encountered until i went back to jakarta and one of this news until uh spokesperson of his dotted indonesia his bhutto career is an islamist group that indonesia's government recently banned for its extremist positions on social media the group encourage the protests against the bogor church spokesman ismael you santo lives in bogor and works in downtown jakarta in front of his bettag rears main offices where we met him the sign board has been covered by a black sheet since the government ban took effect do you think indonesia's becoming it'll renewable indonesians have been very delivered i think to to learn to tolerate in some cases for example he says christians are overrepresented in indonesia's parliament as a percentage of the population churches in indonesia are opening faster than mosques he says that i'm so many a church in the middle of all muslim society muslim community why is it a problem if there is a church in a muslim community no i mean uh it indicate bit muslim in indonesia is maybe tiller if via into laurent boos toured will be destroy we visited bogor yeah where there is only one piece only one the representative for human rights watch on undress harseno's says there have been more than one thousand churches in the last decade that have been closed down that's many more than one case police axiom khomeini moss destroyed or clues in indonesia we did ask him and human rights watch says thousands of mosques have been shuttered many from minority sect of islam which human rights advocates say is another sign of intolerance.

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"indonesia" Discussed on NPR's World Story of the Day

NPR's World Story of the Day

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"indonesia" Discussed on NPR's World Story of the Day

"They pressured the government to cancel the permanence the government caved the church group went to court and won on an appeal they want again and finally they went to indonesia's supreme court where the church group one a third time so it was like almost ten years ago and what is the situation today the gunman just ignore the supreme court ruling specifically the bogor mayor has caved to local pressure from hardliners in the community indonesia has a reputation for being a country that embraces religious diversity is the reputation false or is this just a counter example it is false this is that's the statement coming from people like obama who had it in them all western lead us who want to brace indonesia for various purposes sometime justifying sometime just for the surface vice president pence visited the country earlier this year it's in us interests to praise a large democracy that's in the neighborhood of more autocratic governments especially when that democracy is a majority muslim countries block hello my name is ari i am not legs liz very lazy meteorologists alex policy is one of the leaders of the local christian group here we pile into a small taxi and drive through the town of bogor past fruit trees and marketstall lini's thought building the jude's my kids were very small us the in in the elementary school but now the elevator the chinese their university when they were small and they would ask dad why isn't the church finished what would you tell them.

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"indonesia" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"indonesia" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"A couple of reasons one these villages around the base of a mountain and the natural habitat forests lots of fru are being replaced by commercial forests which have less food available so that's one reason they're having to kind of move further afield to try and find food another reason is that it see dryseason in indonesia and always in the dry season less food around so they monkeys have to search further to get some into each other any longterm plans to do mr to an ensure that monkey and man can live in harmony mm yes this a number of activists have suggested that this is perhaps the best way of trying to deter the monkeys first and foremost is because it's been tried before and they've come back what some people are saying this should do his resort to more clever laukkanen methods one they suggest is an placing chicken manure on the tracks of these monkeys from there as a come down from the mountains because apparently they hate the smell and so wants a smell it they retreat i can understand what they're thinking there another tat take suggested by activists is to paint one of the monkeys you read and then release it back at into the forest needs a little cruel to the red a dose but this apparently scares the rest of the monkeys and they don't come back i know you have actually encounter these monkeys they are quite substantial size outlay now they all sort of little keep things actually is on holiday to indonesia my daughter were a banana to one of them as it was going to pick it up she ben down to pick it any pick it up as well and he bitter so we had to quickly whisker off to hospital to get some injection so yes they are potentially dangerous and in fact some of these villages have had similar injuries warm elderly man said to have 42 stitches he went out to chase them away from his guard and so they are potentially quite dangerous.

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