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Manpower Minister Ida Fauziyah said she will soon coordinate with the Chinese Ambassador to discuss the fate of Chinese workers in Indonesia.
The Manpower Minister said Indonesian migrant workers in China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong are reportedly uninfected by the Wuhan coronavirus.
No Indonesian worker in Hong Kong has been reported injured.
Indonesian Manpower Ministry is eyeing on sending 70,000 specified skilled workers (SSW) to Japan within the next five years.
Dozens of Indonesian migrant workers were deported using their own money after being detained in a camp in Malaysia.
As many as fifty undocumented Indonesian migrant workers in Jordan have returned home.
Migrant Care, a migrant workers' advocacy group, appealed to the government to lift the ban on sending migrant workers to the Middle East
Two Indonesians were freed of capital punishment in Saudi Arabia, while another 11 remain in danger of being executed.
The Indonesian (RI) Consulate in Tawau, Sabah State, stated that there were Indonesian citizens in Malaysia who were being paid unfair wages.
The Indonesian Embassy in Amman conducted the repatriation of 51 Indonesian migrant workers under the Jordanian government's amnesty program.
At least six Indonesian migrant workers are allegedly trapped in Aleppo, Syria, as revealed by Yanti, an illegal worker from Malang regency.
Migrant Care Indonesia executive director Wahyu Susilo said Indonesian migrant workers, especially women, were still far to obtain justice.
Indonesia Economic and Trade Office (IETO) in Taipei signed a MoU with Taipei Economic and Trade Office (TETO) regarding migrant workers in Taiwan.
A boat packed with mainly African migrants bound for Italy sank off the Libyan coast on Thursday, and officials said up to 200 might have died
A new report by Amnesty International exposes how Indonesian recruitment agencies and placement agents in Hong Kong traffic Indonesian women.
The TKIs are deported for not having complete documents.
The vigil is held in memory of the two Indonesian migrant workers murdered by Rurik Jutting last week.
Thousands of Indonesians working in Malaysia face risk of arrests and deportations as Malaysia sets to enact tougher law on illegal foreign workers.
The single window recruitment system is deemed necessary to protect the interests of Indonesian domestic workers in Malaysia.
A 44-year old former beautician Law Wan-tung was sentenced for 18 out of 20 assault charges.