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Kalimantan Babbler or Malacocincla Perspicillata, which was believed to have been extinct for 172 years since 1848 was observed in South Kalimantan.
he West Kalimantan Police announced the arrest of three suspected terrorists that were captured by anti-terror unit Densus 88.
Two orangutans were found abandoned at a rubber plantation near Sapihan River in Kotawaringin Timur, Central Kalimantan on February 14, 2021.
One of the orangutans was found with wounds, suspected to be caused by sharp objects.
The government is insisting that the flooding in South Kalimantan was caused by extreme natural events.
Greenpeace Indonesia assessed that the South Kalimantan floods in mid-January were caused by deforestation and severe forest degradation.
The Meteorology, Climatology, and Geophysics Agency (BMKG) recorded an earthquake with magnitude 4.1 in Berau, East Kalimantan, today.
The Covid-19 task force chief Doni Monardo announces he is infected with the coronavirus, following his busy schedule visiting Sulawesi and Kalimantan
The government is allocating Rp. 27.58 trillion worth of government sharia securities or SBSN for infrastructure financing this year.
Mining Advocacy Network Jatam argues future floods caused by deforestation can be prevented by revoking mining permits in Kalimantan forests.
The government is pushing for the realization of Central Kalimantan's food estate program despite budget being hampered by the pandemic.
The Environment and Forestry Ministry (KLHK) confirmed that South Kalimantan floods were attributable to weather anomalies.
DPR member Dedi Mulyadi urged the government to act quickly to save the millions of hectares used for illegal mining and illegal plantations.
Indonesian Farmers Union (SPI) of South Kalimantan reported that 209,884-hectare agricultural lands in 12 districts or cities were destroyed by flood.
The Search and Rescue (SAR) team of the South Kalimantan Police's Brimob evacuated residents affected by the flood at night.
A joint investigation team is currently digging into the finding of what is believed to be debris from a CNSA rocket launch from April 2020.
Aircraft debris were found in Kumai, central Kalimantan, which is believed to come from the CNSA or China National Space Administration.
The university had decided to extend its remote learning activities following the deaths of its lecturers which might possibly be related to COVID-19
At least 342 people have taken refuge at their relatives' houses after a betang traditional long houses in Kalimantan
The man also openly denies government figures that report hundreds of thousands of deaths caused by the COVID-19.