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The National Police have named three suspects in the Tangerang prison fire who were stationed at the penitentiary's Class I prison section.
The National Police Chief says that the app will integrate with other applications used for mitigating forest and land fires.
Another casualty of the major fire at a Tangerang prison has risen to 46 after one hospitalized inmate succumbed to 40 percent burn injury.
ICJR recorded at least 13 prisons caught fire in the past three years with the latest being the Tangerang Penitentiary.
Jakarta Metro Police is investigating the possibilities of negligence in the fire incident at Tangerang Prison.
Metro Jaya Police said eight inmates in Tangerang Prison had been transferred to Tangerang Metro Police post fire in the prison.
The Tangerang prison currently houses 1,400 inmates more than its maximum capacity.
Minister Yasonna Laoly says there are two foreign prisoners who died in the fire that blazed the Tangerang Prison earlier this morning.
DPR member asks the Law and Human Rights Minister Yasonna Laoly to take full responsibility for the fire that broke at the Tangerang Penitentiary.
Minister Yasonna Laoly says the identification process of the 41 victims of the massive fire at the Tangerang Prison will be handled by RS Polri.
Jakarta Metro Jaya Police Chief Inspector General Fadil Imran confirmed that the fire in Tangerang Prison was caused by a short circuit.
Fire broke out in Class 1 Tangerang Prison, Banten, at around 1:45 a.m. Wednesday, September 8.
Head of the Komodo National Park, Lukita Awang said that the the fire has burned savannah vegetation on 10 hectares of the park.
Central Jakarta firefighters deployed 15 firetrucks to put out the fire in Tanah Abang area.
Central Jakarta Metro Police question six witnesses over the fire incident in BPOM building.
The Food and Drug Monitoring Agency (BPOM) headquarters on late Sunday evening was engulfed in fire.
A fire broke at Pertamina's Cilacap oil refinery on Friday evening, June 11.
Jakarta Deputy Governor Ahmad Riza Patria visited today the evacuation site for victims of the fire incident in Taman Sari, West Jakarta.
130 traders lost their livelihoods as the fire burned their stalls at Kambing Market and Lontar Market, Tanah Abang, Central Jakarta, on Thursday.
The explosion at Balongan adds to the long list of incidents at Pertamina refineries and depots.