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The head of Commission D of DPRD Jakarta suggests Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan emulate the Surabaya Mayor's programs on handling flooding.
National Police ensured the legal process against Papuan students who were suspected in the alleged cases of racism in Surabaya would be continued.
Surabaya Mayor Tri Rismaharini has inaugurated the Museum of Education today, November 25 in coincided with the National Teacher's Day.
Environment and Forestry Ministry confiscated 205.9 cubic meters of illegal timber stored in 17 shipping containers at Tanjung Perak Port, Surabaya.
Thousands of students of Surabaya universities staged rally, rejecting the amended KPK Law and Criminal Code draft bill at East Java DPRD today.
Surabaya Mayor Tri Rismaharini will speak of sustainable transportation along with several heads of state at the UN Climate Action Summit
The construction project of the Jakarta-Surabaya semi-fast train will be commenced at the end of 2023, said Director-General of Railways Zulfikri.
Coordinating Minister Wiranto said the rumored snake terror at the Papuan students' dormitory in Surabaya was attempted provocation.
The Papuan dormitory in Surabaya reportedly became subject of intimidation on Monday morning as 4 snake-filled bags were thrown into the dorm.
Police namedVeronica Koman as suspect in the alleged hoax incident at the Papua Surabaya college dorm, which result in riot in Papua and West Papua.
Vice President Jusuf Kalla shared his opinion on the conflict that recently caused massive public unrest in Papua and West Papua.
The police said Veronica Koman actively spreads provocation about the Papuan students incident in Surabaya on August 16 through social media.
The West Papua Police arrested 20 suspected of scorching and vandalizing buildings as well as looting properties during violent protests.
The government has named two suspects and suspended five military personnel for the racist speech against Papuan students in Surabaya and Malang.
Five TNI members are set to be discharged for allegedly participating in the besieging of a Papuan dormitory in Surabaya.
Vice President Jusuf Kalla expressed hope for the people of Papua to accept the public apologies from multiple parties.
East Java Police set to investigate the act of persecution and racism during the raid in Papuan university students dormitory, Surabaya.
Communication and Informatics (Kominfo) Ministry has identified two hoax contents related to the raid against Papuan university students in Surabaya.
The East Java Police dismissed reports of its officers having spoken a racist word while securing 43 Papuan students in Surabaya.
The leader of the Papuan Customary Community Organization called for a complete and thorough investigation into the Saturday incident in Surabaya.