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US, Indonesia seek to cut trade barriers

US Vice President Mike Pence, who's been visiting Jakarta, says the Trump administration will work with Indonesia to reduce trade barriers.

Origins of Indonesia's Flores 'hobbits' most likely in Africa and not from 'Java man', study claims

New research into the "hobbit" fossils of now extinct metre-tall humanoids discovered on the Indonesian island of Flores has found they most likely evolved from an ancient African ancestor and not from..
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

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News video: New Theory Provides Insight on Indonesian 'Hobbits'

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If you’ve never heard of Homo floresiensis, it’s a diminutive species of human first found in Indonesia. Nicknamed “hobbit” for its stature, the species was thought up until recently to be a..
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News video: Real Ancient 'Hobbits' Found in Indonesia Were Not Early Humans

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Faith, politics, business: Why US Vice-President Mike Pence visited Indonesia

A day after an election riven with religious tension, Mike Pence struck an odd note by comparing Indonesia and the US. But his visit is about more than interfaith harmony.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

iCar Asia records highest ever quarterly cash receipts

iCar Asia (ASX:ICQ) has achieved record cash collections of $2.51 million for the March 2017 quarter, up 29% from the same period last year. Significantly, iCar Asia recorded its highest ever quarterly..
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Grasberg mine dispute off the table in US Indonesia talks

The Vice-President of Indonesia has signalled he prevented his US counterpart from discussing the contract row that has crippled operations at Grasberg - the world's second largest copper mine - by..
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The AgeBrisbane Times

Pence praises moderate Islam in Indonesia in bid to heal divisions

US Vice President Mike Pence Thursday praised Indonesia's moderate form of Islam as 'an inspiration' at the start of a visit to the Muslim-majority country seen as a bid by his administration to heal..

After poll defeat, Jakarta's Ahok may escape jail

Jakarta's Christian governor may escape jail for alleged blasphemy after prosecutors on Thursday recommended only probation, a day after he lost in a religiously charged run-off that damaged..

Dark clouds after Jakarta vote: experts

The Jakarta election shows the increasing ability of radical Islamist groups to organise and build alliances with politicians in Indonesia, experts say.

Anies Baswedan poised to be next Indonesian governor of Jakarta after bitter contest

Results are in for one of the most bitterly contested elections in Indonesia's recent history.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Muslim candidate leading in Jakarta poll pledges to safeguard unity

Jakarta's Christian governor Wednesday looked set to lose to a Muslim former government minister in a divisive run-off election that has stoked religious tension in Muslim-majority Indonesia.

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