Sunken ship leaves 19 missing in central Indonesia World

Sunken ship leaves 19 missing in central Indonesia

A leader of search and rescue agency of Indonesia’s central Sulawesi province said on June 5 that 19 people were reported missing after a cargo vessel sank in Banggai Laut waters, the east of the province on June 1.
Top 10 world events of 2018 World

Top 10 world events of 2018

2018 was a turbulent year in world events, full of ups and down. Below are the top 10 world events of 2018 selected by the Vietnam News Agency.
Top 10 world events of 2018 World

Top 10 world events of 2018

2018 is a turbulent year in world events, full of ups and downs. Below are the top 10 world events of 2018 selected by the Vietnam News Agency.
Indonesia, Japan agree on disaster mitigation cooperation World

Indonesia, Japan agree on disaster mitigation cooperation

The Japanese and Indonesian governments have agreed to foster cooperation in disaster mitigation following humanitarian aid and disaster mitigation programmes in the wake of powerful earthquakes and tsunami in Central Sulawesi province.
Indonesia to build new city following disasters World

Indonesia to build new city following disasters

The Indonesian Government has announced a plan to build a new city to replace the old city of Palu in Central Sulawesi province, which was recently ravaged by earthquakes and tsunami that killed over 2,000 and forced tens of thousands of others to evacuate. ​
ASEAN’s centre aids Indonesia’s twin-disaster victims World

ASEAN’s centre aids Indonesia’s twin-disaster victims

The ASEAN Coordinating Centre for Humanitarian Assistance on Disaster Management (AHA Centre) was one of the first organisations that worked with the Indonesian Government to support local people and ease impacts of recent natural disasters.
IMF raises funds to aid quake-tsunami survivors in Indonesia World

IMF raises funds to aid quake-tsunami survivors in Indonesia

The International Monetary Fund (IMF)’s staff have raised a total of 2 billion Rupiah (around 131,000 USD) to assist survivors of earthquakes and subsequent tsunami in Indonesia’s Central Sulawesi province as well as quake-affected people in Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara province.