The Jakarta Globe’s Top Stories in the Week to Jan. 10

JANUARY 11, 2015

Jakarta. While search teams continued to look for Indonesia AirAsia flight QZ8501, the government started an inquiry on proper flight routes among airlines — which was among the most-viewed stories on the website of the Jakarta Globe in the past week.

Indonesia's condemnation to the attack of workers at the French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo and a drug bust in Jakarta were also the week's top stories.

The following is a list of the 10 most-read stories in the week to Jan. 10:

Indonesian Pilots Take Off With Anger at Minister’s Comments

Indonesia’s New Airfare Regulation Comes Under Fire

Probe of Routes Suspends 61 Permits at Five Indonesian Airlines

Five Arrested in India Over Japanese Tourist Gang Rape

GlobeAsia’s Man of the Year: Ahok, Indonesia’s Shooting Star

Australia Updates Indonesia Travel Advice After US Warning

Indonesia Condemns Slayings at French Weekly, Supports Call for Justice

Anti-Narcotics Agents Make 800kg Meth Bust in Jakarta

AirAsia Jet Tail Found: Basarnas Chief

Basuki Rejects Request to Delay New Minimum Wage

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