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Indonesia blocks 800,000 websites

The Indonesian government has blocked 800,000 websites as of December last year, mostly websites containing pornographic material or gambling sites, an official said on Saturday.

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ITE Law aims to protect, manage electronic information, transactions

Communications and Information Minister Rudiantara has said the Electronic Information and Transactions (ITE) Law is the first law in the field of information technology (IT) and electronic transactions, The Jakarta Post reported.

Nuclear experts from Indonesia, Australia, Japan meet in Bali

As many as 15 nuclear experts from Indonesia, Australia and Japan are holding a meeting in Bali to discuss new standards in measuring the effect of radiation from research, natural processes and human activities.

1,500 children exposed to fake vaccines, minister says

Health Minister Nila Moeloek revealed on Wednesday that at least 1,500 children in Banten, Jakarta and West Java had been exposed to fake vaccines, The Jakarta Post reported.

Indonesia-China to actualize cooperation on cyber defense

Indonesia and China are to actualize their cooperation on cyber security especially concerning capacity building for the human resources involved, an official said.

Indonesia establishes nuclear cooperation with France

Indonesian nuclear agency, the National Nuclear Energy Agency (BATAN), has established cooperation in the field of utilization of nuclear energy with Subatech Laboratory in France.

Pledges of $3.4 bln for Ebola recovery made at United Nations

Some $3.4 billion in pledges were made at the United Nations on Friday to help Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea stamp out Ebola and begin rebuilding health systems and economies devastated by the worst outbreak on record of the deadly hemorrhagic fever.

No mutation in MERS virus found in S.Korea

No mutation in the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) virus was found in South Korea suffering from the virus which has infected 50 people as of Saturday since the first patient was reported on May 20.

Russia, Indonesia Sign Deal for Peaceful Use of Nuclear Power

Indonesia's National Nuclear Energy Agency (BATAN) and Russia's State Nuclear Energy Corporation Rosatom have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on development of peaceful use of nuclear energy.


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Korea successfully launches new science satellite

The Korea Aerospace Research Institute confirmed that the Korea Multipurpose Satellite-3A established radio contact with Korea's ground station Thursday afternoon.

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A book entitled Japanese Militarism and Its War Crimes in Asia Pacific Region (Hendrajit, ed) was recently sent to me, by the publisher, The Global Future Institute. No doubt, this book made me re-think and recollect my trip to Japan in 1996. At that time, I was warmly received by Japanese families who became my host, invited to travel to various places, and bought souvenirs. The psycological effect of my short visit is that it is hard to imagine that the Japanese people were cruel ones, perpetrators of the massacre of our ancestors, raping Indonesian girls, making them as prostitutes and enslaving our grandfathers to work on various projects.

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