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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.
TNI Commander announced the start of the stringent security measures for President Jokowi's inauguration.
TNI Commander in Chief Marshal Hadi Tjahjanto announced that the security measures for the presidential inauguration takes effect today until the 20th
Media were abuzz with reports about 3 TNI officers who were discharged from their current positions because of what their wives posted to social media
Police assure that the rescheduled inauguration of President-elect Jokowi is not due to existing security concerns.
Army Chief of Staff (KSAD) claims to receive reports upon possible public protests that will emerge before Jokowi's inauguration.
The Indonesian National Armed Forces (TNI) is set to facilitate the return of a large number of people back to Wamena.
Few Ministers, TNI and Police Chiefs visited Wamena, Papua, to review the latest condition in the riot-hit town.
President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) has commended the hard work of the Indonesian Military (TNI) in maintaining public confidence.
Chief of the National Defense Forces (TNI) Marshal Hadi Tjahjanto confirmed his visit to Wamena in Papua Province.
TNI Commander Air Chief Marshall Hadi Tjahjanto confirmed that schools in Wamena, Papua, will be reopened on Monday (Oct. 7).
General (Ret.) Gatot Nurmantyo said that Polri and TNI are the hands of the President. If both institution clashes, the President will lost his arms.
Thousands of Wamena residents queued at the Wamena Air Force Base, waiting to be flown away from Jayawijaya Regency, Papua, on Tuesday.
A long queue consisting of thousands of refugees has formed at the Wamena Military Air Force base waiting to be evacuated from Jayawijaya.
The Indonesian National Police or Polri is mobilizing 24,200 officers from both the TNI and the National Police to secure vital objects in Jakarta
The Finance Ministry planned to increase the budget for the National Police by Rp10.4 trillion to become Rp104.7 trillion in 2020.
Police confirmed that its members had clashed with TNI's marines at the Indonesian Navy's Pati Lumba-Lumba homestead on Wednesday, September 25.
Police suspect that the death of three Papuan students during a demonstration that ended in riots in Jayapura, was caused by rubber bullets.
Three civilians have been killed and four wounded after a shootout between security forces and armed separatists in Papua, said a TNI spokesman.