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Wednesday, 26 July 2017 | 07:32
Novel Baswedan Reported to Police by Former Witness KPK senior investigator Novel Baswedan has been reported to
police yesterday night by Nico Panji Tirtayasa, a former
witness in a bribery case.
Wednesday, 26 July 2017 | 06:56
World Bank Supports Tax Reform in Indonesia President of the World Bank group, Jim Yong Kim, on Tuesday
expressed his support to the Indonesian governments plan on
the tax reform program.
Hermansyah Family Denies Irina Ustinova was Sex Worker
Irina Ustinova, wife of knife assault victim Hermansyah. instagram.com
Friday, 14 July, 2017 | 22:30 WIB
Hermansyah Family Denies Irina Ustinova was Sex Worker

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - The family of Hermasyah, an IT expert from Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB) who was assaulted during a brawl in Jagorawi Toll last Sunday, is upset by rumors that the man's wife was a former sex worker.

The family spokesman Ihwan denied the rumor and said that the rumor has put Hermansyah's wife Irina Ustinova in depression.

Read: Hermansyah Attacked, Firza Husein Cancels Plan to Present Witness

"It's a slander. She is a housewife," Ihwan told Tempo on Friday. 

Irina is rumored to be a former sex worker following the online circulation of her photograph with the Depok Police Chief Sr. Comr. Herry Heryawan. The photo was taken by a cellphone that belongs to the police chief when she was questioned as a witness over the attack.  

Meanwhile, Hermansyah is recovering from the attack wounds although he is still unable to communicate with family members. 

Read: IT Expert Hermansyah Attackers Arrested After Hiding in Bandung

The police have arrested four suspects in the knife attack against Hermansyah. They are Edwin Hitipeuw, Lauren Paliyama, Erick Birahy, and Richard Patipelu.  


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