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Indonesia's Mount Sinabung volcano spews ash into sky

The Jerusalem Post 02 Mar 2021
Indonesia's Mount Sinabung volcano sent a cloud of hot ash as high as 5 km (3.1 miles) on Tuesday, in its first big eruption since August last year, the country's volcanology center said ... Videos on social media showed little panic among ...
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Mount Sinabung volcano spews ash into sky

The Jakarta Post 02 Mar 2021
No casualties were reported as official had earlier urged people to stay at least 3 km from the crater, Indonesia's volcanological survey said on Twitter. Videos on social media showed little panic among residents over the ... INDONESIA 🇮🇩 .
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Indonesia’s Mount Sinabung volcano spews ash into sky

Metro USA 02 Mar 2021
JAKARTA (Reuters) – Indonesia’s Mount Sinabung volcano sent a cloud of hot ash as high as 5 km (3.1 miles) on Tuesday, in its first big eruption since August last year, the country’s volcanology centre said ... Indonesia has nearly 130 active volcanoes, more than any other country.
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Convicted drug smuggler Schapelle Corby leaves a dance studio with her partner... after Bec Hewitt ...

The Daily Mail 02 Mar 2021
It comes after fans of the show blasted Seven's decision to cast Schapelle, who has a serious drug conviction in Indonesia and served nine years behind bars in Bali ... It comes after fans of the show blasted Seven's decision to cast Schapelle, who has a serious drug conviction in Indonesia and served nine years behind bars in Bali.
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Underwater beauty key ti sustainable tourism in Indonesia

The Jakarta Post 01 Mar 2021
Data from the Maritime Affairs and Fisheries Ministry show that Indonesia has a coastline spanning 95,181 kilometers, the second longest in the world, and a marine area measuring 5.8 million square kilometers, equivalent to 71 percent of Indonesia’s sovereign territory ... Indonesia is the center of marine diversity in the Coral Triangle.
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People receive doses of COVID-19 vaccines during mass vaccination for traders in Indonesia

Sina 01 Mar 2021
... on March 1, 2021 shows a vaccination site at a shoping mall in Tangerang, Banten province, Indonesia.
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Indonesia, Philippines hit as Covid-19 weighs on remittances

Straits Times 28 Feb 2021
Earlier this month, data from Indonesia showed the numbers of its very poor - those who can afford to spend only less than 460,000 rupiah a month - grew by 2.8 million and their numbers now total 27.55 million or more than 10 per cent of the population.
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PRRD to welcome first batch of COVID-19 vaccines today

Manila Bulletin 28 Feb 2021
Aside from the Philippines, two other Southeast Asian (SEA) countries also received their first batch of COVID-19 jabs from China’s Sinovac, namely Indonesia and Thailand ... In Indonesia, experts said the vaccine had 65.3 percent efficacy, while trials in Turkey showed CoronaVac to be 91.25 percent effective.
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White smoke and volcanic material spew from Mount Merapi in Indonesia

Sina 27 Feb 2021
27, 2021 shows white smoke and volcanic material spewing from Mount ...
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Influencer apologizes after posing naked while riding endangered elephant

Toronto Sun 26 Feb 2021
Sun, 22-year-old Russian influencer Alesya Kafelnikova apologized after getting heat for posting a behind-the-scenes video from a recent photoshoot in Bali, Indonesia, which showed her lying in her birthday suit on top of a Sumatran elephant.
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Volcanic materials spew from Mount Sinabung in Karo, Indonesia

Sina 26 Feb 2021
25, 2021 shows volcanic materials spewing from Mount Sinabung ...
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Chinese vaccine diplomacy in full swing in SE Asia

Asiatimes 26 Feb 2021
Indonesia deployed ... To date, Indonesia remains the largest foreign buyer of Chinese vaccines ... While it made good showing in trials in Turkey and Indonesia (91.25% and 65.3% respectively), it made suboptimal showing (50.4%) in trials done among health-care workers in Brazil.
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Covid-19 weighs on remittances, putting plans on hold for millions

Straits Times 26 Feb 2021
Earlier this month, data from Indonesia showed that the number�of its very poor - those who can only afford to spend less than 460,000 rupiah a month�- grew by 2.8 million and their numbers now total 27.55 million or more than 10 per cent of the population ... The stakes are high for the economies of both Indonesia and the Philippines.
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