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139 entries from Pakistan on UN's updated terror list

The United Nations Security Council’s (UNSC) consolidated list of terrorist individuals and entities has a record 139 entries from Pakistan. The list with 257 individuals and 82 entities flags names from Al Qaeda’s Ayman al-Zawahiri to Lashkar-e-Toeba’s (LeT) Hafiz Saeed. 381 more words

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Twenty four houses rebuilt for Orang Rimba

The Indonesian Military (TNI) has said it is rebuilding 24 houses for the Suku Anak Dalam tribe, or Orang Rimba, in Pelakar Jaya village, Pemenang district, Merangin regency, Jambi. 218 more words

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Starbucks Indonesia operator sees sales boost from spending

PT Mitra Adiperkasa, the Indonesian operator of global brands including Starbucks, Zara as well as Marks & Spencer, is predicting that a recovery in consumer spending will sustain its highest revenue growth in three years. 394 more words

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Main Moscow airport misses World Cup runway deadline: report

Moscow’s busiest airport will not receive a crucial new runway in time for the World Cup, a report said on Thursday, dealing a blow to President Vladimir Putin’s prestige event. 444 more words

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Five sectors backbone for fourth industrial revolution, Jokowi says

President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo has pledged to prepare five sectors to be developed for the fourth industrial revolution. Also referred to as Industry 4.0, the fourth industrial revolution refers to the enhanced connectivity and digitization of the manufacturing sector. 192 more words

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Indonesia's largest lab exhibition opened

LabIndonesia 2018, the largest laboratory and scientific analytical equipment and technology expo in Indonesia, was officially opened on April 4 by Research, Technology and Higher Education Minister Muhammad Nasir. 540 more words

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Netflix series shows 'necessary' Philippine drug war: Director

The deadly drug war waged by Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte is to be dramatized in the first Netflix series by award-winning director Brillante Mendoza, who says the internationally-condemned crackdown is “necessary”. 562 more words

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