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Australia's Central Bank Warns of Growing Housing Risks

Australia's central bank saw growing risks in the nation's hot housing market when it left rates steady earlier this month.

21 March 2017 | 05:00 PM

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Ajax's Ezra Walian Now Eligible to Play for Indonesia

President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo has signed a decree on Monday (20/03) that grants Indonesian citizenship to Ajax Amsterdam striker Ezra Walian.

21 March 2017 | 04:37 PM

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Japan Cabinet OK's Anti-Conspiracy Bill Amid Civil Rights Concerns

Japan's cabinet on Tuesday approved legislation that would penalize criminal conspiracies, a move critics say threatens civil liberties.

21 March 2017 | 04:00 PM

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Safety First for South Korea Ahead of China, North Korea Games

South Korea is taking steps to ensure the safety of its football players as national men's and women's teams prepare for matches in China and North Korea

21 March 2017 | 03:37 PM

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Bawaslu Asked to Provide Clear Campaign Criteria

Djarot Saiful Hidayat has asked Jakarta Elections Supervisory Board to provide thorough information on campaign criteria as the incumbent pair is often accused of conducting underground campaign.

21 March 2017 | 03:27 PM

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Circular Letter Issued on Provocative Banners Ahead of Electio Runoff

Acting Jakarta Governor Sumarsono has issued circular letter containing an appeal for the public to preserve stability, security and order following the occurrence of provocative banners ahead of the gubernatorial election runoff.

21 March 2017 | 03:19 PM

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Jokowi Urges Upgrades on Public Service Systems

President Joko Widodo reminded all government institutions to always provide the best for citizens in the spirit of fixing existing systems.

21 March 2017 | 03:16 PM

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PAN Supports Anies-Sadiaga in Election Runoff

The National Mandate Party has officially announced its support for Anies Baswedan and Sandiaga Uno in the second round of Jakarta Gubernatorial Election on April 19th.

21 March 2017 | 03:12 PM

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South Africa's World Cup Legacy in Turmoil After New Match-Fixing Allegations

South African football is embroiled in another scandal after FIFA said the national team's World Cup qualifying win over Senegal last year was fixed.

21 March 2017 | 03:10 PM

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Policy Uncertainty, Protectionism Can Impact Global Economy: China Finance Minister

China's Finance Minister Xiao Jie warned that momentum seen in the global economy could be curbed by policy uncertainties and the rise of protectionism.

21 March 2017 | 03:00 PM