25th July 2012 was a day which brought a big shock for most of the Lapindo Mudflow victims. In a live broadcast shown on a television channel belonging to the Bakrie family, one of the mudflow victims came on screen after having spent more than one month attracting news...
Bern-WC, November 2011 In December 2008 about 500 cops and hired thugs attacked the Suluk Bongkal, a hamlet in the province of Riau, and drove away its inhabitants. Two military helicopters bombed the hamlet with napalm to burn down the 700 huts. Two children were killed, 200 people were arrested,...
For some people, tourism is an activity for leisure. For some others, it is a way to escape from reality. Considering the problems it creates, tourism is an industry that has many topics left to discuss with a lot of such perspectives as ecological, economical, cultural and even political....
Brief history of Kebumen The name Kebumen is derived from the previous name “Kabumian” (meaning earthy). The name came about when Prince Mankubumi of Mataram went into hiding here during the reign of Sunan Amangkurat I. Geographically, Kebumen Regency is on 7”27-7”50 southern latitude and 109”22-109”50 east longitude. The Kebumen regency...
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Not many people, neither left-wing activists nor intellectual defenders of agrarian justice, will have ever heard his name, let alone met him. Mukhlis, a young peasant farmer from Rengas village, Ogan Ilir, South Sumatra, was one of twelve victims shot by police mobile brigade (Brimob) in December 2009. On...
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