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Indonesian court sentences Jemaah Islamiah leader to 7 years' jail for inciting terrorism

Indonesian court sentences Jemaah Islamiah leader to 7 years' jail for inciting terrorism

JAKARTA - The top leader of South-east Asian terror group Jemaah Islamiah (JI) was sentenced to seven years' jail on Monday (July 20) by an Indonesian court for inciting others to commit an act of terrorism.Para Wijayanto, 56, was named as the emir of JI in 2009.Prosecutors said he was instrumental in recruiting, training and raising funds for Indonesian militants who went to Syria between 2012 and 2018 to fight alongside those opposed to the regime of President Bashar al-Assad.He and his wife were arrested on the outskirts of Jakarta in July 2019."The defendant purposely incited others to...

July 20, 2020
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Coronavirus: Mosques in Jakarta disregard appeals to cancel Friday prayers

Coronavirus: Mosques in Jakarta disregard appeals to cancel Friday prayers

JAKARTA - A number of mosques in Jakarta have disregarded appeals by Governor Anies Baswedan to cancel Friday prayers for two weeks aimed at curbing the spread of the deadly that has so far killed at least 17 people in the capital.Indonesia has recorded a total of 32 deaths from Covid-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus, with the total number of infections at 369 as of Friday (March 20).The world's fourth-most populous country on March 2. The government has been widely criticised for not doing enough tests, having carried out only 1,592 of them as of Thursday. In comparison, South...

March 20, 2020
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Coronavirus: Indonesia estimates more than 500,000 had contact with virus suspects

Coronavirus: Indonesia estimates more than 500,000 had contact with virus suspects

JAKARTA - Indonesia has estimated that the number of people who have had possible contact with suspects to be at more than half a million, the authorities said on Friday (March 20), as the government started rapid testing for the virus on its population.This “high risk” group of between 600,000 and 700,000 people are scattered across the country, with South Jakarta being the worst-hit,  the authorities said.Earlier President Joko Widodo in a statement broadcast live on national television had said Indonesia started rapid testing for the virus on Friday afternoon, .“We are doing it in areas...

March 20, 2020
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