Pusamania Borneo FC, in orange and white, in action against PSM Makassar. (Antara Photo/Yusran Uccang)

The Jakarta Globe’s Top Stories in the Week to March 14

MARCH 15, 2015

Jakarta. A boy accidentally killed by a firearm going off at an airport in Papua was among the most-viewed stories on the website of the Jakarta Globe in the past week.

Newswire reports about demonstrators depositing coins in front of the Australian embassy in Jakarta to symbolize the return of tsunami aid and a sexist posting about washing instructions on shirts were also popular.

The following lists the 10 most-read stories in the week to March 14:

‘Abbott, Say Sorry’ — Bags of Coins Delivered at Oz Embassy

Soldier Kills Kid at Papua Airport in Firearm Mishap

Company Says Sorry for Sexist Slur on Indonesian Club Shirt

House for Sale in Sleman — With Free Wife

Minister Threatens Australia With ‘Tsunami’ of Asylum Seekers

US Man Admits to Killing Girlfriend’s Mom in Bali Suitcase Murder Case

Dutch State Ordered to Compensate ‘Children of Sulawesi’

Man, 70, Dies in Malang Cathouse

Philippine Cinderellas Beat Poverty, Seize World Stage

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