• Jakarta Police Chief Says Conditions of Two Attacked Personnel Have Improved

    Watch more on Indonesia Highlights 8pm tonight at JG News Channel

    published: 03 Jul 2017
  • MASIVE ACTION K2 IN JAKARTA, THERE ARE 9.000 PERSONNEL TO SECURE THE TEMPORARY TEACHER DEMO

    MASIVE ACTION K2 IN JAKARTA, THERE ARE 9.000 PERSONNEL TO SECURE THE TEMPORARY TEACHER DEMO

    published: 10 Feb 2016
  • Personnel (Recruitment) Manager, (Financial Services), Jakarta, Indonesia

    published: 29 Oct 2014
  • INDONESIA: 400 SECURITY PERSONNEL LEAVE FOR EAST TIMOR

    English/Nat A contingent of over 400 security personnel left Jakarta for East Timor on Monday. International concern about violence in the territory has forced the Indonesian government to increase their military and police presence on the island in the run up to the August autonomy vote, However, the commander of the force played down the new deployment, saying that security on the island is already sufficient. Four hundred and fifty-two fresh faced men were dispatched via ship from Jakarta to East Timor on Monday. Four hundred of them were military police officers They were joined by doctors, intelligence operatives, and officers. The troops said they expected to be in East Timor for two to three months. Their deployment is all part of the preparation in the ...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Jakarta, ses bouchons & ses transports en commun - Point G #4

    En compagnie du géographe Rémi Desmoulière (en thèse au CESSMA-INALCO), nous partons à la découverte de Jakarta, une ville où les transports en commun se développent au milieu des bouchons !

    published: 16 May 2016
  • INDONESIA: JAKARTA: PROTESTS AGAINST WAHID'S APPOINTMENT

    Natural Sound There were scenes of anarchy in the Indonesian capital, Jakarta, after Wednesday's presidential vote. A mob of at least ten thousand supporters of defeated presidential candidate Megawati threw rocks and petrol bombs after they were blocked from marching on Parliament. Indonesian security forces replied with tear gas and warning shots. Before Wednesday's vote supporters of Megawati Sukarnoputri had been warning they would exact revenge if their candidate did not win the presidency and they kept their promise. This man threatened police with a pistol, miraculously he escaped without being shot. The clashes started after ten thousand of Megawati's supporters were barred from marching on parliament. The riot police and the rioters formed two lines about 5...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • INDONESIA: JAKARTA: RECENT VIOLENCE AFTERMATH

    Eng/Indonesian The Christian community in Indonesia say they're now living in fear of practising their own religion following increased ethnic and religious violence in Jakarta. Mobs of Muslim youths set fire to churches and attacked Christians - at least 13 people were killed, including one victim whose body was paraded through the streets in a cart. But the Muslim community said the killings were in retaliation for an earlier attack by Christians against a mosque in which ethnic Ambonese threw rocks and smashed windows. Members of Indonesia's Muslim community prepared to defend themselves against any backlash after a weekend of religious violence in which 13 people were killed. Mobs of Muslim youths set fire to churches and attacked Christians in an eruption of ethnic an...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Benny Hinn - Anointing Falling in Jakarta

    Miracle Crusade Jakarta, Indonesia, March 5, 2006 http://www.bennyhinn.org

    published: 17 Jun 2010
  • Running Man di Jakarta-Kompas Siang 3 Juni 2014

    Tahun ini adalah tahun emas bagi penggemar variety show Korea. Personnel running man disambut dengan antusias oleh para penggemarnya. Antrean panjang para penggemar juga terbayarkan setelah melihat anggota running man beraksi di Gelora Bung Karno.

    published: 03 Jun 2014
  • Indonésie: attentat dans un terminal de bus de Jakarta

    Un attentat-suicide présumé a été commis mercredi 24 mai dans un terminal de bus de la capitale indonésienne, Jakarta, tuant au moins trois policiers dans la dernière attaque visant ce pays à majorité musulmane, a annoncé la police. bDurée: 00:59

    published: 24 May 2017
  • In Graphics: This is how the terrorists attacked Jakarta

    In Graphics: This is how the terrorists attacked Jakarta. it is being suspected that ISIS is behind this attack. For latest breaking news, other top stories log on to: http://www.abplive.in & http://www.youtube.com/abpnewsTV

    published: 14 Jan 2016
  • INDONESIA: JAKARTA: ETHNIC & RELIGIOUS TENSIONS CLAIM 6 LIVES (2)

    Indonesian/Nat Ethnic and religious tensions claimed at least six lives as violence spilled onto the streets in the Indonesian capital, Jakarta, on Sunday. Mobs of Muslim youths attacked and burned at least four Christian churches. Troops used tear gas and fired in the air in an attempt to quell the trouble which was centred less than half a mile from the Presidential palace. Government troops were out in force on the streets of Jakarta on Sunday attempting to curb violence in the Indonesian capital. Trouble flared throughout the day as gangs of Muslim youths many brandishing large knives ran through the streets. Army sources said Muslim residents were angered by unsubstantiated rumours that Christians had attacked a mosque. Dozens were reported injured in fighting bet...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Police, TNI, Satpol PP To Safeguard 2017 Jakarta Gubernatorial Election Run-off

    The joint team, consisting of 15,000 TNI personnel, 34,000 police officers and 15,000 Satpol PP personnel, will be deployed to 13,000 polling stations across the Capital.

    published: 17 Apr 2017
  • INDONESIA: JAKARTA: BUSINESS CENTRE CLOSED

    Natural Sound For the second day in a row, an anti-government protest closed Jakarta's business district on Saturday in a standoff with hundreds of police and soldiers. Riot police were called in to tackle stone-throwing students. Elsewhere in the city a peaceful rally was held in support of presidential candidate Megawati Sukarnoputri. The latest clashes between civilians and police were sparked when about 100 students marched to Atmajaya University. Some of them threw stones at several police stationed there. Soon, about 300 heavily armed police and soldiers arrived, cordoned off the whole area and closed the street. As the student ranks swelled to about 150, they shouted slogans criticising Indonesian forces for attacking another protest there on Friday and ...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • INDONESIA: JAKARTA: CLEAN UP BEGINS AFTER 4 DAYS OF UNREST

    English/Nat The clean-up of the Indonesian capital has begun - after four days of unrest. The signs of widespread rioting was evident as smoke from shopping mall fires that killed hundreds of looters filled the air. Troops patrolled in armoured personnel carriers and had orders to shoot at unruly crowds. Witness and media accounts said on Saturday that rioting has spread to other Indonesian cities including the second-largest metropolis of Surabaya. President Suharto was quoted as repeating his willingness to step down, if that is the will of the Indonesian people. The 76-year-old Indonesian leader also plans to reshuffle his Cabinet, speaker of Parliament Harmoko said after meeting with the president. Most Indonesians are likely to see such a move as purely cosmetic....

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Indonesia - Seiours political rioting in Jakarta

    T/I 10:01:00 Indonesian police were keeping the centre of Jakarta blocked off on Sunday morning (28/7) as a tense calm gripped the city after the worst riots in the capital in a quarter of a century. SHOWS: 27/7 JAKARTA streets near PDI headquarters in minteng district of central jakarta large crowds cheering and demonstrating with riot police standing by armoured personnel carriers shooting pepper gas to disperse demonstrators riot police and demonstrators at stand-off police chasing demonstrators arrested man struck over head buses on fire in middle of street night shots ministry of agriculture building on fire fires outside banks riot police on street soldiers on tank rioters looting shops 28/7: daylight aftermath of rioting; traffic flow back to normal ...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Indonesian police: Islamic State funded Jakarta attacks

    Benjamin Hall reports from London

    published: 23 Mar 2016
  • Indonesia: 5,000 special police guard anti-communist rally in Jakarta

    At least 5,000 personnel from the police's Mobile Brigade Command (BRIMOB) guarded an anti-communist rally in front the House of Representatives Building in Indonesia's capital Jakarta, Friday. Video ID: 20170929 013 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: cd@ruptly.tv Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly

    published: 29 Sep 2017
  • INDONESIA: JAKARTA: SITUATION UPDATE

    Indonesian/Nat Indonesian soldiers marched into the parliament building in Jakarta late on Friday, ordering student protesters to end their five-day occupation. Up until their crackdown, Indonesia's military had stood by - watchful but peaceful - while students occupied the seat of government. Only hours before, soldiers had been dancing in the parliament grounds in an effort to diffuse tensions between groups for and against new President B-J Habibie. Yelling "Disperse," soldiers in camouflage uniforms with sticks marched into parliament after dark, rounding up student protesters who had occupied the complex for days. About two-thousand students locked arms, sang the national anthem and waved flags as a larger number of troops hemmed them in and escorted them to waiting bus...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Excellent Jakarta Mandarin Oriental Hotel Review Business Hotel

    Mandarin Oriental Jakarta Hotel is quite simply an amazing hotel with an incredible and personal service. It is extremely rare that I would like to stay longer at any hotel. I was in Jakarta as a keynote speaker at the Adtech Asean Jakarta Roadshow. So sadly I only got to enjoy the experience of this remarkable 5-star+ hotel for 2 days. But when I was chauffeured to the airport, I cursed the fact that my schedule was so tight. I really would have liked to stay a few more days. It was that good. What sets this hotel apart is the consistent high level of personal service. From the reception staff - who were simply outstanding and deserves the highest praise, to the concierge who did a remarkable job on following up on my lost luggage to the waiters, bell boys, cleaning personnel and - not...

    published: 15 May 2014
  • INDONESIA: JAKARTA: SITUATION UPDATE

    English/Nat President Suharto moved to take control on Saturday of the chaos that has gripped Indonesia in the last few days. He is said to be planning to reshuffle his Cabinet - only two months after appointing it. In Jakarta, the clean-up operation was underway and thousands of foreigners started to flee the country. The clean-up of the Indonesian capital has begun - after four days of unrest. The signs of widespread rioting was evident as smoke from shopping mall fires that killed hundreds of looters filled the air. Troops patrolled in armoured personnel carriers and had orders to shoot at unruly crowds. Columns of armored personnel carriers drove down Jakarta's main boulevard regularly on Saturday, but their destination was not clear. Tanks and other military ve...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Hundreds of students riot in Jakarta over fuel price hikes.

    1. Various protestors looking through the university gates 2. Various protestors chanting 3. Various soldiers on the street 4. Wide shot protestors throwing stones 5. Mid shot police firing tear gas at protestors 6. Wide shot university gates 7. Various police riding motorbikes 8. Close up policeman's face 9. Various police firing tear gas STORYLINE: Indonesian police on Monday used tear gas and fired warning shots at students who threw rocks and burned tires outside three college campuses in protest over new fuel price hikes. In the most serious clash, at least eight people were injured near the National Institute for Islamic Studies in south Jakarta. Hundreds of students at the campus blocked a main road with burning tires. Later, police chased them into a nearby ...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • INDONESIA: JAKARTA: HABIBIE TALKS WITH POLICE & SOLDIERS

    Eng/Indonesian Indonesian president B-J Habibie met and spoke to soldiers and police in Jakarta two days before the country decides who will be the country's next president. Habibie sounded far from optimistic about his chances of continuing in the top post, but urged security forces to work for a safe election. Meanwhile, Indonesia's People's Consultative Assembly, or M-P-R, will decide whether to accept or reject Habibie's accountability speech on Tuesday, and consequently determine Habibie's political future. Golkar is said to be considering a new candidate for party leadership who will be a neutral figure and stir little animosity from the opposition camps. The president made his morning trip accompanied by armed forces chief General Wiranto, whom Habibie has requeste...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
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    published: 30 Mar 2017
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Jakarta Police Chief Says Conditions of Two Attacked Personnel Have Improved

Jakarta Police Chief Says Conditions of Two Attacked Personnel Have Improved

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Watch more on Indonesia Highlights 8pm tonight at JG News Channel
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MASIVE ACTION K2 IN JAKARTA, THERE ARE 9.000 PERSONNEL TO SECURE THE TEMPORARY TEACHER DEMO

MASIVE ACTION K2 IN JAKARTA, THERE ARE 9.000 PERSONNEL TO SECURE THE TEMPORARY TEACHER DEMO

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MASIVE ACTION K2 IN JAKARTA, THERE ARE 9.000 PERSONNEL TO SECURE THE TEMPORARY TEACHER DEMO
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Personnel (Recruitment) Manager, (Financial Services), Jakarta, Indonesia

Personnel (Recruitment) Manager, (Financial Services), Jakarta, Indonesia

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INDONESIA: 400 SECURITY PERSONNEL LEAVE FOR EAST TIMOR

INDONESIA: 400 SECURITY PERSONNEL LEAVE FOR EAST TIMOR

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English/Nat A contingent of over 400 security personnel left Jakarta for East Timor on Monday. International concern about violence in the territory has forced the Indonesian government to increase their military and police presence on the island in the run up to the August autonomy vote, However, the commander of the force played down the new deployment, saying that security on the island is already sufficient. Four hundred and fifty-two fresh faced men were dispatched via ship from Jakarta to East Timor on Monday. Four hundred of them were military police officers They were joined by doctors, intelligence operatives, and officers. The troops said they expected to be in East Timor for two to three months. Their deployment is all part of the preparation in the run up to the upcoming referendum in August. East Timor residents will vote on whether to choose autonomy within Indonesia, or start the process toward independence on August 8th. The referendum is the result of a United Nations-brokered deal between Indonesia, Portugal and the Timorese. An armed insurgency has been fought since the mid-1970s when Jakarta annexed the former Portuguese colony. Most recently, pro-Indonesian militias have terrorized independence supporters. During the Jakarta's rule, several massacres have brought outrage from human rights activists and other nations. The armed forces are accused of arming and aiding the militias. United Nations observers have already started arriving in East Timor. It is hoped that order can be restored in time to guarantee a free and fair vote. The commander of the force expressed optimism about his mission. SOUNDBITE: (English) "We are not increasing for the security, we just make everything go smoothly based on the United Nations programme". SUPER CAPTION: Lieutenant Colonel Indradi Thanos, Military police commander Since the Indonesian election campaign has been underway, tensions have eased in East Timor. Jakarta has suggested it will let Nobel laureate Timorese activist Jose Ramos Horta return to the country. Officials have also said they may allow jailed leader Xanana Gusmao to meet other independence leaders prior to the vote. But many in the Indonesian military are bitter about the government's apparent willingness to give up Timor. Hundreds of soldiers have been killed or wounded by the independence rebels over the years. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/5e350acbd8b2a0247eb803673edbfb7e Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Jakarta, ses bouchons & ses transports en commun - Point G #4

Jakarta, ses bouchons & ses transports en commun - Point G #4

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En compagnie du géographe Rémi Desmoulière (en thèse au CESSMA-INALCO), nous partons à la découverte de Jakarta, une ville où les transports en commun se développent au milieu des bouchons !
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INDONESIA: JAKARTA: PROTESTS AGAINST WAHID'S APPOINTMENT

INDONESIA: JAKARTA: PROTESTS AGAINST WAHID'S APPOINTMENT

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Natural Sound There were scenes of anarchy in the Indonesian capital, Jakarta, after Wednesday's presidential vote. A mob of at least ten thousand supporters of defeated presidential candidate Megawati threw rocks and petrol bombs after they were blocked from marching on Parliament. Indonesian security forces replied with tear gas and warning shots. Before Wednesday's vote supporters of Megawati Sukarnoputri had been warning they would exact revenge if their candidate did not win the presidency and they kept their promise. This man threatened police with a pistol, miraculously he escaped without being shot. The clashes started after ten thousand of Megawati's supporters were barred from marching on parliament. The riot police and the rioters formed two lines about 500 metres (yards) away from the building. The rioters used petrol bombs, broken concrete, metal poles, sticks, anything they could lay their hands on. The police replied with tear gas and warning shots. Visible among the rioters were security guards from Megawati's Indonesian Democratic Party for Struggle, wearing black and red uniforms. One policeman was caught by the mob and only escaped what could have been a fatal beating after members of the security force led him away. There were no immediate reports of injuries. The frustration of Megawati's supporters is understandable. Her party has the largest number of seats in the parliament. Her supporters feel she is entitled to the presidency and many had expected her to win. Wahid's victory was only secured after the present president, B-J Habibie, pulled out of the race and his party switched their support. Both Wahid and Megawati appealed for calm soon after the result of the election by the 700-member People's Consultative Assembly was announced. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/6a8cb35f464426caceb18fc0208a421b Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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INDONESIA: JAKARTA: RECENT VIOLENCE AFTERMATH

INDONESIA: JAKARTA: RECENT VIOLENCE AFTERMATH

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Eng/Indonesian The Christian community in Indonesia say they're now living in fear of practising their own religion following increased ethnic and religious violence in Jakarta. Mobs of Muslim youths set fire to churches and attacked Christians - at least 13 people were killed, including one victim whose body was paraded through the streets in a cart. But the Muslim community said the killings were in retaliation for an earlier attack by Christians against a mosque in which ethnic Ambonese threw rocks and smashed windows. Members of Indonesia's Muslim community prepared to defend themselves against any backlash after a weekend of religious violence in which 13 people were killed. Mobs of Muslim youths set fire to churches and attacked Christians in an eruption of ethnic and religious violence - attacks they say were in retaliation for earlier ones on them. One ethnic Chinese man said many people are bracing themselves for any backlash to the weekend violence. SOUNDBITE: (Indonesian) "We received a telephone call from another area saying that there would be another attack today." SUPER CAPTION: Toto, Ethnic Chinese Christian Rescue workers pulled seven of the bodies from a gutted gambling parlor that was burned by the Muslim mobs in Jakarta. The violence comes as Indonesia tries to sort out its worst economic crisis in 30 years and millions of people live in poverty as inflation and unemployment rates soar. The streets were relatively quiet on Monday morning, with no reports of unrest as security forces patrolled in large numbers. But riots broke out less than half a mile from the presidential palace on Sunday, a little more than a week after deadly clashes between students and security personnel also triggered rioting. Indonesian President B-J Habibie has been at the centre of student protests over his plans to change Indonesia's political system, and the protests are spreading into the ethnic and religious communities. As many as 17 people died during the earlier clashes between students and police. Dozens were reported injured in the latest clashes on Sunday between the Muslim majority and Christians originally from the eastern city of Ambon. Muslim residents claim their attacks were to retaliate after the Ambonese threw rocks at a mosque and smashed windows. At least four churches were burned and seven ransacked. In one attack, Muslim mobs broke into a Roman Catholic church where a wedding was being held, shattering stained glass windows, chalices and a statue of the Virgin Mary. Pews and bibles were tossed onto a bonfire. In the street outside the church, several hundred Muslim youths sat in the middle of a road and recited Islamic prayers. Some carried banners proclaiming themselves members of the "Front to Defend Islam." The mobs are also said to have blocked fire trucks from reaching the burning Christian Church of Ketapang. Mobs threw rocks at an open-backed military truck carrying 20 Ambonese as it raced away, and boys poked sticks at the occupants through the vehicle's protective wire netting. The Christian community say they now live in fear of practising their own religion. SOUNDBITE: (English) "I'm sad and I'm, as a Christian, the real question as a Christian: do I allow myself to worship in Indonesia, do I allow myself to hold my own belief my own faith as a Christian? That makes me confused as a Christian." SUPER CAPTION: Iswanto, ethnic Chinese Christian Officials of the Indonesian Red Cross recovered five bodies of Ambonese who had been slashed with knives and broken bottles. The killers of one man cut off one of his ears and brandished it. Assailants paraded a sixth body in a cart. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/90068ae9590e17ab6099a9acb8954d68 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Benny Hinn - Anointing Falling in Jakarta

Benny Hinn - Anointing Falling in Jakarta

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Miracle Crusade Jakarta, Indonesia, March 5, 2006 http://www.bennyhinn.org
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Running Man di Jakarta-Kompas Siang 3 Juni 2014

Running Man di Jakarta-Kompas Siang 3 Juni 2014

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Tahun ini adalah tahun emas bagi penggemar variety show Korea. Personnel running man disambut dengan antusias oleh para penggemarnya. Antrean panjang para penggemar juga terbayarkan setelah melihat anggota running man beraksi di Gelora Bung Karno.
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Indonésie: attentat dans un terminal de bus de Jakarta

Indonésie: attentat dans un terminal de bus de Jakarta

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Un attentat-suicide présumé a été commis mercredi 24 mai dans un terminal de bus de la capitale indonésienne, Jakarta, tuant au moins trois policiers dans la dernière attaque visant ce pays à majorité musulmane, a annoncé la police. bDurée: 00:59
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In Graphics: This is how the terrorists attacked Jakarta

In Graphics: This is how the terrorists attacked Jakarta

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In Graphics: This is how the terrorists attacked Jakarta. it is being suspected that ISIS is behind this attack. For latest breaking news, other top stories log on to: http://www.abplive.in & http://www.youtube.com/abpnewsTV
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INDONESIA: JAKARTA: ETHNIC & RELIGIOUS TENSIONS CLAIM 6 LIVES (2)

INDONESIA: JAKARTA: ETHNIC & RELIGIOUS TENSIONS CLAIM 6 LIVES (2)

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Indonesian/Nat Ethnic and religious tensions claimed at least six lives as violence spilled onto the streets in the Indonesian capital, Jakarta, on Sunday. Mobs of Muslim youths attacked and burned at least four Christian churches. Troops used tear gas and fired in the air in an attempt to quell the trouble which was centred less than half a mile from the Presidential palace. Government troops were out in force on the streets of Jakarta on Sunday attempting to curb violence in the Indonesian capital. Trouble flared throughout the day as gangs of Muslim youths many brandishing large knives ran through the streets. Army sources said Muslim residents were angered by unsubstantiated rumours that Christians had attacked a mosque. Dozens were reported injured in fighting between Muslims and Christian migrants originally from the eastern Indonesian city of Ambon. At least five armoured personnel carriers were sent out to protect shops, and some troops fired at looters, a witness said. Squads of soldiers also protected several churches as night fell. Army chief General Wiranto blamed the violence on agitators. SOUNDBITE:(Bahasa Indonesia) Rough translation "The military has been forced to act so firmly because people have been inciting the students to act up." SUPER CAPTION: General Wiranto, Armed Forces Commander Earlier on Sunday soldiers had been called into the north of Jakarta soon after the mobs took to the streets. But there was little they could do to stop the burning of the Christian Church of Ketapang. Muslim residents say they burned the church and gambling hall in retaliation after a group of Christian Ambonese reportedly attacked a mosque early on Sunday morning. But as night fell reports of the attack on the mosque remained unsubstantiated. In the attack on the church and the gambling hall, assailants with knives and broken bottles fatally stabbed two men. Officials of the Indonesian Red Cross recovered five bodies of Ambonese who had been slashed with knives and broken bottles. Assailants paraded a sixth body in a cart. It was not known where the victim was from. The killers of one man cut off one of their victim's ears and brandished it. The latest violence comes as Indonesia struggles to cope with its worst economic crisis in 30 years. Millions of people now live in poverty as inflation and unemployment rates soar. President B.J. Habibie warned recently of a major breakdown in law and order. He is at the centre of protests over his plans to change Indonesia's political system, which opponents say fall short of introducing true democracy. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/20ad4e6546f7acef9a7482bcaf8ef28a Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Police, TNI, Satpol PP To Safeguard 2017 Jakarta Gubernatorial Election Run-off

Police, TNI, Satpol PP To Safeguard 2017 Jakarta Gubernatorial Election Run-off

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The joint team, consisting of 15,000 TNI personnel, 34,000 police officers and 15,000 Satpol PP personnel, will be deployed to 13,000 polling stations across the Capital.
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INDONESIA: JAKARTA: BUSINESS CENTRE CLOSED

INDONESIA: JAKARTA: BUSINESS CENTRE CLOSED

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Natural Sound For the second day in a row, an anti-government protest closed Jakarta's business district on Saturday in a standoff with hundreds of police and soldiers. Riot police were called in to tackle stone-throwing students. Elsewhere in the city a peaceful rally was held in support of presidential candidate Megawati Sukarnoputri. The latest clashes between civilians and police were sparked when about 100 students marched to Atmajaya University. Some of them threw stones at several police stationed there. Soon, about 300 heavily armed police and soldiers arrived, cordoned off the whole area and closed the street. As the student ranks swelled to about 150, they shouted slogans criticising Indonesian forces for attacking another protest there on Friday and a second one in front of Parliament on Thursday night. The students also shouted slogans demanding President B.J. Habibie's name be withdrawn from the candidates vying for election as Indonesia's head of state in a vote by its assembly on Wednesday. The standoff occurred about two kilometres (1.5 miles) from parliament, where earlier in the day legislators debated whether they should remove Habibie's nomination for the presidency because of widespread criticism about crises during his 16 months in office. In another part of Jakarta, about 300 supporters of presidential candidate Megawati Sukarnoputri demonstrated peacefully. Megawati is the daughter of Sukarno, the country's first president. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/b10d0bf9645125f7f620d172c69978bb Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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INDONESIA: JAKARTA: CLEAN UP BEGINS AFTER 4 DAYS OF UNREST

INDONESIA: JAKARTA: CLEAN UP BEGINS AFTER 4 DAYS OF UNREST

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English/Nat The clean-up of the Indonesian capital has begun - after four days of unrest. The signs of widespread rioting was evident as smoke from shopping mall fires that killed hundreds of looters filled the air. Troops patrolled in armoured personnel carriers and had orders to shoot at unruly crowds. Witness and media accounts said on Saturday that rioting has spread to other Indonesian cities including the second-largest metropolis of Surabaya. President Suharto was quoted as repeating his willingness to step down, if that is the will of the Indonesian people. The 76-year-old Indonesian leader also plans to reshuffle his Cabinet, speaker of Parliament Harmoko said after meeting with the president. Most Indonesians are likely to see such a move as purely cosmetic. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/9bd172f4ae802c9a37b10638a35517fd Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Indonesia - Seiours political rioting in Jakarta

Indonesia - Seiours political rioting in Jakarta

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T/I 10:01:00 Indonesian police were keeping the centre of Jakarta blocked off on Sunday morning (28/7) as a tense calm gripped the city after the worst riots in the capital in a quarter of a century. SHOWS: 27/7 JAKARTA streets near PDI headquarters in minteng district of central jakarta large crowds cheering and demonstrating with riot police standing by armoured personnel carriers shooting pepper gas to disperse demonstrators riot police and demonstrators at stand-off police chasing demonstrators arrested man struck over head buses on fire in middle of street night shots ministry of agriculture building on fire fires outside banks riot police on street soldiers on tank rioters looting shops 28/7: daylight aftermath of rioting; traffic flow back to normal 3.26 ends. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/b975bd9167f9d21712debdab89643d34 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Indonesian police: Islamic State funded Jakarta attacks

Indonesian police: Islamic State funded Jakarta attacks

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Indonesia: 5,000 special police guard anti-communist rally in Jakarta

Indonesia: 5,000 special police guard anti-communist rally in Jakarta

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At least 5,000 personnel from the police's Mobile Brigade Command (BRIMOB) guarded an anti-communist rally in front the House of Representatives Building in Indonesia's capital Jakarta, Friday. Video ID: 20170929 013 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: cd@ruptly.tv Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
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INDONESIA: JAKARTA: SITUATION UPDATE

INDONESIA: JAKARTA: SITUATION UPDATE

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Indonesian/Nat Indonesian soldiers marched into the parliament building in Jakarta late on Friday, ordering student protesters to end their five-day occupation. Up until their crackdown, Indonesia's military had stood by - watchful but peaceful - while students occupied the seat of government. Only hours before, soldiers had been dancing in the parliament grounds in an effort to diffuse tensions between groups for and against new President B-J Habibie. Yelling "Disperse," soldiers in camouflage uniforms with sticks marched into parliament after dark, rounding up student protesters who had occupied the complex for days. About two-thousand students locked arms, sang the national anthem and waved flags as a larger number of troops hemmed them in and escorted them to waiting buses. Hours earlier, new president B.J. Habibie dumped former President Suharto's daughter and his golfing buddy from the cabinet but kept several key ministers. This angered students whose protests had led to Indonesia's first leadership change in 32 years - in defiance of military orders to vacate the parliament, they stayed put. The violence of the crackdown was a far cry from the scenes earlier in the day when military troops entertained protesters. They put down their guns and - to the surprise of the protesters - starting dancing and singing. This soon grabbed the attention of the demonstrators - some of whom ended up joining in. The soldiers were resorting to these unusual tactics in an effort to disperse supporters and opponents of the new president who had started shouting insults at each other. Some of the protesters believed that newly appointed President Habibie is too close to the old regime and should not be allowed to rule the country. They were shouted down by Habibie's supporters who shouted their approval for the new leader. Meanwhile, at a local mosque in another part of town, opposition leader Amien Rais made a speech after the traditional Islamic Friday prayers. Rais commented on the new cabinet line-up, which the new president announced earlier on Friday. He said he was neither pleased nor displeased with its make-up, even though it still reflected the old ways of Suharto. SOUNDBITE: (Indonesian) "I ask Mr. Habibie, now you go to the front and stop the economic crisis as soon as possible so it doesn't get worse. And most importantly, you should prepare a fresh election so that in the future we will have a government that represents the people, not the power." SUPER CAPTION: Amien Rais, Muhammadiyah Muslim Organisation Emil Salim, who expressed a desire to challenge Suharto in the last election, also made an appearance before demonstrators. He is a prominent opponent of the Suharto regime and roused the crowd with his calls for reform. Lately, he has been overtaken in the popularity stakes by Rais, who has put himself at the forefront of the opposition movement. But Salim and Megawati Sukarnoputri - another opponent of Suharto - still have support in challenging Habibie. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/4d644a5af3ec514a7176536196ad058b Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Excellent Jakarta Mandarin Oriental Hotel Review Business Hotel

Excellent Jakarta Mandarin Oriental Hotel Review Business Hotel

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Mandarin Oriental Jakarta Hotel is quite simply an amazing hotel with an incredible and personal service. It is extremely rare that I would like to stay longer at any hotel. I was in Jakarta as a keynote speaker at the Adtech Asean Jakarta Roadshow. So sadly I only got to enjoy the experience of this remarkable 5-star+ hotel for 2 days. But when I was chauffeured to the airport, I cursed the fact that my schedule was so tight. I really would have liked to stay a few more days. It was that good. What sets this hotel apart is the consistent high level of personal service. From the reception staff - who were simply outstanding and deserves the highest praise, to the concierge who did a remarkable job on following up on my lost luggage to the waiters, bell boys, cleaning personnel and - not to forget - the wonderful and fun receptionists at the spa & gym. Food was perhaps not the best food in Jakarta, but it was good enough for me. On my second day I deliberately looked for flaws- something to complain about. And after searching the room high and low, I found it. The office chair in the room was about 5 centimeters too low ! So there you have it; no one and no thing is perfect. If you are ever in Jakarta and want a flawless experience, go with the Mandarin Oriental. I think you'll find the experience agreeable.
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INDONESIA: JAKARTA: SITUATION UPDATE

INDONESIA: JAKARTA: SITUATION UPDATE

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English/Nat President Suharto moved to take control on Saturday of the chaos that has gripped Indonesia in the last few days. He is said to be planning to reshuffle his Cabinet - only two months after appointing it. In Jakarta, the clean-up operation was underway and thousands of foreigners started to flee the country. The clean-up of the Indonesian capital has begun - after four days of unrest. The signs of widespread rioting was evident as smoke from shopping mall fires that killed hundreds of looters filled the air. Troops patrolled in armoured personnel carriers and had orders to shoot at unruly crowds. Columns of armored personnel carriers drove down Jakarta's main boulevard regularly on Saturday, but their destination was not clear. Tanks and other military vehicles along with squads of soldiers were deployed across Jakarta, which was scarred by the civil turmoil. Suharto ordered 10-thousand troops out to keep order in the streets and rolled back some of the government-ordered price increases that had so inflamed the poor. Community leaders and witnesses feared the death toll from four shopping mall fires on Friday could climb to about four-hundred, as more charred remains were pulled from the disaster sites. But the exact number of victims will probably never be known. Officials were considering staging a mass funeral on Monday for bodies burned beyond recognition. The toll from the fires adds to the deaths of at least another 24 people, including four soldiers, killed in clashes between rioters and security forces this week. Commercial activity was at a standstill. Businesses closed down and told local employees to stay home. People were queuing to stock up on essential items. SOUNDBITE: (English) "Yes, absolute bedlam. I think we went in there about three hours ago, we've only just fought our way out through the queues. Q: Is it a relief you actually got some stock? A: Yes, it's a relief we got some food." SUPER CAPTION: Voxpop Indonesia is struggling to cope with its worst economic and political crisis in decades, and sharp increases in the prices of basic goods and services last week have further impoverished ordinary Indonesians. Anger spilled over into the streets last Tuesday after police shot and killed six anti-government protesters at a student rally. The chaos that followed has caused many to stay indoors and keep out of sight. SOUNDBITE: (English) "I've been very frightened because around our area where we live is quite a dangerous area. So I've been locking my doors, kept my head down, nobody can see me." SUPER CAPTION: Voxpop Legions of university students have taken to the streets in dozens of protests over the last three months. President Suharto was quoted as repeating his willingness to step down if the people demand it. He met on Saturday with university presidents and was quoted as saying this for the third time in a week. Critics say the constitutional method of replacing the president could take months or more, because of Suharto's control of the Indonesian political system. The 76-year-old Indonesian leader also plans to reshuffle his Cabinet, speaker of Parliament Harmoko said after meeting with the president. Most Indonesians are likely to see such a move as purely cosmetic. Thousands of foreigners, heeding the advice of their governments, flew out of the country. With commercial airlines swamped with passengers, the U-S Embassy and multinational companies chartered evacuation flights to handle the crush. SOUNDBITE: (English) SUPER CAPTION: Voxpop Witness and media accounts said on Saturday that rioting has spread to other Indonesian cities including the second-largest metropolis of Surabaya. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/ef5058ed3f47808660b9bb1799210b15 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Hundreds of students riot in Jakarta over fuel price hikes.

Hundreds of students riot in Jakarta over fuel price hikes.

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1. Various protestors looking through the university gates 2. Various protestors chanting 3. Various soldiers on the street 4. Wide shot protestors throwing stones 5. Mid shot police firing tear gas at protestors 6. Wide shot university gates 7. Various police riding motorbikes 8. Close up policeman's face 9. Various police firing tear gas STORYLINE: Indonesian police on Monday used tear gas and fired warning shots at students who threw rocks and burned tires outside three college campuses in protest over new fuel price hikes. In the most serious clash, at least eight people were injured near the National Institute for Islamic Studies in south Jakarta. Hundreds of students at the campus blocked a main road with burning tires. Later, police chased them into a nearby mosque before beating them, according to witnesses. Outside the Indonesian Christian University, in east Jakarta, students hurled rocks and lumps of wood at police, who responded with tear gas. Similar scenes occurred outside the university's central Jakarta campus. Meanwhile, public transport drivers in at least eight cities went on strike Monday to protest the higher cost of petrol and diesel. The strikes follow violent demonstrations on Saturday, when protesters angry at the price increases burned tires, blocked roads and looted petrol supplies on Java island. On Friday, the government raised gasoline prices by an average of 30 percent from 1,150 rupiah per litre (10 U.S. cents per litre or 38 cents per gallon) to 1,450 rupiah per litre (13 U.S. cents per litre or 50 cents per gallon). The hike has already forced companies to boost prices of basic goods such as fruit and vegetables, rice and cooking oil because of increased distribution costs. The International Monetary Fund and other foreign lenders have long demanded that fuel subsidies be phased out as part of politically tough reforms needed to cut state spending and boost the debt-ridden economy. Previous fuel price increases have led to violent demonstrations, most notably those in May 1998 that helped topple former dictator Suharto. The price hike comes amid heightened political instability in this Southeast Asian nation. The national assembly is scheduled to convene a special session on 1 August to impeach President Abdurrahman Wahid over corruption allegations. Wahid is also accused of mismanaging Indonesia's economy and failing to ease rising unrest. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/6c202918906affcf3a09bbb3492e9ac1 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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INDONESIA: JAKARTA: HABIBIE TALKS WITH POLICE & SOLDIERS

INDONESIA: JAKARTA: HABIBIE TALKS WITH POLICE & SOLDIERS

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Eng/Indonesian Indonesian president B-J Habibie met and spoke to soldiers and police in Jakarta two days before the country decides who will be the country's next president. Habibie sounded far from optimistic about his chances of continuing in the top post, but urged security forces to work for a safe election. Meanwhile, Indonesia's People's Consultative Assembly, or M-P-R, will decide whether to accept or reject Habibie's accountability speech on Tuesday, and consequently determine Habibie's political future. Golkar is said to be considering a new candidate for party leadership who will be a neutral figure and stir little animosity from the opposition camps. The president made his morning trip accompanied by armed forces chief General Wiranto, whom Habibie has requested as his party's vice presidential candidate. Habibie has long had a difficult relationship with the military. This was further strained by his decision to allow East Timor to vote for independence. But he has been cultivating their support ahead of the legislature's vote for president. The military has 38 seats in the M-P-R holding the key to a positive swing for Golkar should support be forthcoming. However, Habibie's accountability speech last week at the Assembly received mixed reviews. The M-P-R is likely to vote on his speech on Tuesday, and a rejection would all but spell the end of his hopes to continue as president. Addressing the soldiers and police Monday, Habibie sounded as if he was giving up on is chances. SOUNDBITE: (Indonesian) "To all of the soldiers of the police and army, as we are approaching the end of my presidential period I don't want to say goodbye. There are words from a great man, General Mac Arthur: "soldiers never die, they just fade away." SUPER CAPTION: B-J Habibie, Indonesian President The debate over the accountability speech saw four of eleven political factions reject his leadership. But those were predictably anti-Habibie opposition factions. It's widely assumed that if Habibie is chosen over Megawati Sukarnoputri, that her followers will create civil unrest. Habibie asked security personnel to prevent rioting, but said there was little he himself could do to further his own cause. SOUNDBITE: (Indonesian) "As we heard the general opinion of the factions in parliament, therefore I have completed my obligation as president, according to my capacity as president of Indonesia." SUPER CAPTION: B-J Habibie, Indonesian president The vote to reject Habibie's leadership could give the ruling Golkar party an excuse to dump the unpopular president and choose someone that the people are more receptive toward. Insiders say he could be succeeded by Muslim leader, Nurcholis Majid. The dean of Paramadinamulya University and a respected Muslim intellectual, Nurcholis is seen as a personality who would not stir up animosity from any of the opposition camps. He has no connection to Golkar's tainted past, other than that he was one of the men who advised Suharto to step down during the public unrest in May of 1998. He was attending a Muslim forum on Monday in Jakarta, and was set upon by reporters eager to hear where his candidacy stands. He maintains that so far he has not been directly approached, but didn't rule out becoming a candidate. SOUNDBITE: (English) "Because I am on the spare tyre. My imagination is that if (there's) no way out, then people will come to me. That's the way I understand myself. So if there is still some way then, let it go that way naturally, in accordance with the logic." Q - But will you accept any nomination ? That is the moot point here. "Yes, but only if I was forced to that." You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/e6fef3f6a23f1b6dc59995c4deba0ac7 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Service Ariston Jakarta Barat  - WA 081313462267

Service Ariston Jakarta Barat - WA 081313462267

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Service Center Resmi water heater Ariston Jakarta Barat Listrik Jakarta dan Departemen Dukungan dikelola oleh Technical Personnel Layanan Pelanggan berpengalaman dan berkomitmen. Semua perwakilan yang benar-benar terlatih dalam operasi produk dan aplikasi serta memiliki tangan-on pengalaman instalasi.
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