Long public transport lines in Indonesia after work from home call | AFP

Long lines form at bus stops and train stations in Indonesia’s capital Jakarta after the government reduced public transport services, calling for people to work from home. President Joko Widodo says Indonesia has no plan to implement a lockdown yet.

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Dutch royals visit Indonesia, king apologises for ‘excessive violence’ | AFP

Dutch royals King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima meet with President Joko Widodo during their three-day state visit to Indonesia. The king apologised for ‘excessive violence’ during the former colony’s independence struggle in the 1940s.

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Indonesia’s re-elected President Joko Widodo announces new cabinet | AFP

Indonesia’s Joko Widodo introduces his new cabinet members, decked out in traditional batik shirts, on the steps of the presidential palace. IMAGES

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Indonesians react to proposed capital city move to Borneo | AFP

Villagers living in the remote area in East Kalimantan province in Indonesia react to the proposed move of the nation’s new capital to their area. President Joko Widodo announced last month that the country’s political heart would be moved nearly 2,000 kilometres (1,200 miles) east to a yet-to-be-built model city in Borneo as a way of easing pressure on densely populated Java.

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Violent election clashes continue in Indonesian capital

Indonesia’s capital Jakarta erupted in violence on Wednesday as police in riot gear fired water cannons and tear gas at protestors opposed to President Joko Widodo’s re-election, with parts of the sprawling city littered with debris and burned cars. The city’s governor Anies Baswedan was quoted by local media as saying six people had been killed with more than 200 injured. IMAGES

Opposition leader Subianto votes in Indonesia election

Indonesian ex-military general Prabowo Subianto casts his vote in the race to lead the world’s third-biggest democracy, a re-run of the 2014 election contest narrowly won by Joko Widodo, Indonesia’s heavy metal-loving leader. IMAGES

Indonesian president inspects plane crash debris

(30 Oct 2018) Indonesian President Joko Widodo visited the Jakarta port where bodies and debris from the Lion Air crash are being unloaded. (Oct. 30)

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‘Winter is coming’, Indonesian leader warns amid economic gloom

Indonesia’s president turns to blockbuster television show “Game of Thrones” to sound the alarm over global trade tensions at an economic conference, warning that “winter is coming.” Joko Widodo’s offbeat reference to the wildly popular show drew applause from the audience attending the annual meetings of the International Monetary Fund and World Bank in Bali.

VICE News Daily: Beyond The Headlines – November 20, 2014

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The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines.​ Today: rare suicide bomb attack in Iraqi Kurdish capital, Indian police detain fugitive guru after week-long standoff, Indonesian capital gets first non-Muslim governor in almost half a century, and Hong Kong police clash with protesters trying to storm the government headquarters.

Car Bombing Kills at Least Five in Kurdish Capital​
Officials have blamed the Islamic State for the assault on the governor’s compound in Erbil. Iraq’s autonomous Kurdish region had so far repelled major attacks that have plagued other parts of the country.

Police Detain Controversial Guru in Haryana State
Thousands of Guru Rampal’s followers were evacuated from the heavily fortified compound on Wednesday. The 63-year-old had ignored 40 court summons that demanded he face charges related to a 2006 murder case.

President Appoints Christian Governor Despite Resistance
Joko Widodo picked the capital’s first ethnic Chinese governor, who goes by the nickname ‘Ahok’, despite calls by hardline Islamists for the most powerful political jobs to be reserved for Muslims.

Police Confront Protesters During Attack on Government HQ
Six people were detained and the government has promised many more arrests of the protest movement’s ‘violent radicals’.

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