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Indonesia’s election commission began the task of tallying about 140 million votes to meet a two-week deadline to announce the winner of the country’s closest-ever presidential election.
POSTED |  10-07-2014
The Republican chair of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, Ed Royce, on Wednesday (9 July 2014) likened conditions faced by minority Muslims in western Myanmar to concentration camps.
POSTED |  10-07-2014
The two Indonesian presidential candidates, Joko Widodo and Prabowo Subianto, claimed victory today (9 July 2014).
POSTED |  09-07-2014
US electric car maker Tesla Motors Inc is being sued in China for trademark infringement.
POSTED |  09-07-2014
Washington state authorities issued their first retail marijuana licences on Monday (7 July 2014).
POSTED |  08-07-2014
A sophisticated group of hackers believed to be associated with the Chinese government suddenly began breaching computers belonging to US experts on Iraq as the rebellion there escalated.
POSTED |  08-07-2014
Hidden Cash sparked a frenzy of would-be treasure seekers at two locations on Monday evening in Fresno.
POSTED |  08-07-2014
The Nobel Laureate who proved that human papilloma virus causes cervical cancer has a new theory -- that eating beef can cause colon cancer.
POSTED |  07-07-2014
The $25 billion high-end perfume industry is readying itself for EU regulations that will come into force in early 2015.
POSTED |  07-07-2014
Rainbow trout, introduced in South Africa in 1897 for sport-fishing, have invaded streams and rivers in Western Cape.
POSTED |  07-07-2014
The Malaysian national news agency Bernama has suspended a reporter who allegedly plagiarised news reports from The Jakarta Globe.
POSTED |  07-07-2014
In an editorial dated Friday, 4 July 2014 The Jakarta Post declared its endorsement of the candidacy of Joko “Jokowi” Widodo and Jusuf Kalla as president and vice president in the July 9 election.
POSTED |  05-07-2014
Senator Juan Ponce Enrile and his former chief of staff Jessica Lucila "Gigi" Reyes surrendered on July 4, shortly after the Sandiganbayan ordered their arrest on charges of plunder and graft.
POSTED |  05-07-2014
A combative Matteo Renzi on Friday slapped down comments directed at Italy by German central banker Jens Weidmann.
POSTED |  05-07-2014
The China Daily said Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's Cabinet “has effectively gutted the war-renouncing Article 9 of Japan's post-war Constitution” by lifting the ban on collective self-defense.
POSTED |  04-07-2014
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