Indonesia’s capital city bans single-use plastic bags World

Indonesia’s capital city bans single-use plastic bags

Jakarta began a new chapter in reducing plastic waste on July 1, when a gubernatorial regulation banning single-use plastic bags in traditional markets, modern supermarkets and minimarkets across the capital city of Indonesia took effect.
Death toll of Indonesia’s quake rises to 1,249 World

Death toll of Indonesia’s quake rises to 1,249

The death toll following a powerful earthquake and subsequent tsunami that hit Indonesia’s Central Sulawesi on September 28 has now climbed to 1,249 and may continue rising as hundreds are said to be trapped under the debris.
Indonesian Government warns citizens against flu ASEAN

Indonesian Government warns citizens against flu

The Indonesian Government has warned its citizens against flu as it can lead to fatal complications such as pneumonia, as the government learns that many Indonesian people do not seek medical help until the disease becomes worse.
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US to help Indonesia build solar power plants

Indonesia and the US have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on cooperation in green technology on the sidelines of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) meetings from October 1 – 8 in Bali, Indonesia.