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Surakarta Police Resort has increased the security measures in the vicinity of President Jokowi's house in Sumber Solo, Surakarta.
AP II tightened security in 19 airports in the wake of the suicide bombing in Medan, North Sumatra, today morning, November 13.
Tangerang Resort Police implement a high alert status (Siaga I) operation since Friday ahead of the presidential inauguration.
Some 4,000 joint personnel are deployed to secure Soekarno-Hatta Airport ahead of the presidential inauguration on October 20.
As many as 31,000 joint personnel from the police and military (TNI) will be posted in three areas to secure the presidential inauguration tomorrow.
The cops are tasked to secure a number of vital objects and crowded centers in the South Jakarta area ahead of the presidential inauguration.
TNI Commander announced the start of the stringent security measures for President Jokowi's inauguration.
The security protocol change in Luhut Panjaitan's office for journalists is a response to the attack on Coordinating Minister Wiranto.
State Intelligence Agency (BIN) confirmed that Wiranto's attackers were identified as part of the terrorist network Jamaah Ansharut Daulah (JAD).
Banten Provincial Government is ready to pick up 16 Banten residents who are currently residing in Papua if they want to go home.
The Directorate General of Civil Aviation has suspended flights to two points in Papua due to security concerns.
6,000 joint personnel from the police and the TNI are deployed in Papua and West Papua to produce safe conditions, a police spokesman says.
President Jokowi has decided to temporarily close the Indonesian Embassy in Sana'a, Yemen for security reasons.
National Police Chief Tito Karnavian instructed all of his personnel to anticipate the possible terror threats during the Eid homecoming season.
Angkasa Pura I increased the security measure at its airports after KPU announced the official result of 2019 Indonesia Elections recapitulation.
President Jokowi will not tolerate anyone disrupting security, the democratic process and the unity of Indonesia, following rioting in Jakarta.
the House of Representatives (DPR) office complex in Senayan temporarily closes its gates following the May 22 protest.
Wiranto declared that law enforcers will continue its hunt on disobedient public figures.
Indonesian Police has set the highest security alert (Siaga 1) upon securing Jakarta in the wake of the May 22 rally.
Jakarta Metro Police to deploy 26,000 joint troops to secure the capital on Labor Day or May Day tomorrow, May 1.