Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono

 
Indonesian fuel hike under certain conditions
Indonesian fuel hike under certain conditions
Indonesia's parliament voted on Saturday to give the government authority to raise subsidised fuel prices under certain conditions, a move that...
Obama makes long-awaited return to Indonesia
Obama makes long-awaited return to Indonesia
After two years of waiting, Indonesians are finally getting the chance to welcome back their adopted son but the euphoria that swept the predominantly Muslim country after Barack Obama's election victory has been replaced by a dose of reality....
Indonesian president's son in vote-buying row
Indonesian president's son in vote-buying row
Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono's corruption-fighting credentials were on the line on Wednesday after his son was embroiled in...
SA, Indonesia to study trade obstacles
SA, Indonesia to study trade obstacles
There are obstacles hampering trade between South Africa and Indonesia that need to be addressed, President Thabo Mbeki said on Monday.
Indonesia considers quitting Opec as output falls
Indonesia considers quitting Opec as output falls
Indonesia said on Tuesday it may quit the Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (Opec) as its declining crude oil output prevents the...
Signs of progress on World Aids Day
Signs of progress on World Aids Day
Activists on Saturday sought to keep the battle against HIV in the public eye on World Aids Day in the face of growing complacency amid progress in...
Indonesia floods kill 12, cause travel chaos
Indonesia floods kill 12, cause travel chaos
Floods and landslides triggered by heavy rain have killed at least 12 people across Indonesia and the capital's main airport was briefly shut on...
Indonesia's former president Suharto dead
Indonesia's former president Suharto dead
Former president Suharto, hailed as the father of development by some Indonesians during his 32 years in power and accused of corruption and rights...
Asia marks tsunami, three years on
Asia marks tsunami, three years on
Survivors prayed at mass graves and mosques on Wednesday to mark the third anniversary of the Asian tsunami, while warning sirens sent hundreds...
At least 31 dead as Indonesian ferry sinks
At least 31 dead as Indonesian ferry sinks
At least 31 people were killed and 125 rescued after a ferry sank off Indonesia's Sulawesi island in the latest of a series of transport accidents...
Experts fear huge quake coming in Indonesia
Experts fear huge quake coming in Indonesia
Powerful earthquakes struck Indonesia for a third day on Friday, terrorising thousands of people who were refusing to return to coastal homes in...
Indonesians huddle in tents in quake-hit Sumatra
Indonesians huddle in tents in quake-hit Sumatra
Frightened residents on Indonesia's Sumatra island huddled in tents outside their damaged homes on Friday, traumatised by the latest of nearly 40...

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