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Indonesia promises speedier process for palm-oil exports
Indonesia has issued around 302,000 tonnes of palm oil export permits since the country restarted exports, senior minister Luhut Pandjaitan said on Sunday, while reassuring farmers and exporters that authorities would speed up the permit process.
Indonesia faces international pressure over palm oil export ban
Indonesia is coming under growing international pressure over its ban on palm oil exports amid soaring food prices worldwide.
Iran-Indonesia trade can be boosted by using national currencies: Deputy FM
Iran is ready to switch to national currencies in bilateral trade with Indonesia as the two countries seek to expand their trade ties.
Rohingya boat with dozens of children lands in Indonesia's Aceh
A boat carrying more than one hundred Rohingya refugees, including dozens of children, landed on the coast of Indonesia's westernmost province Aceh early Sunday, police said.
Quake rattles Indonesia's Sumatra island, killing at least seven people
A magnitude 6.1 earthquake killed at least seven people and injured dozens more when it struck inland near the western coast of Indonesia's Sumatra island on Friday, with tremors also felt in neighbouring Malaysia and Singapore, officials said.
France strengthens ties with Indonesia after AUKUS setback
France and Indonesia strengthened a strategic partnership agreement on Wednesday that includes bolstering defence ties as Paris regroups in the Indo-Pacific after the collapse of a multibillion-dollar submarine deal with Australia.
Iran, Indonesia urge intl. community to care about Afghan refugees
Foreign ministers of Iran and Indonesia stressed the need for paying due attention by the international community to the situation of Afghan refugees.
Fire at overcrowded Indonesian prison kills 41
A fire tore through an overcrowded Indonesian prison in the early hours of Wednesday when most inmates were asleep, killing 41 people and injuring dozens of others, an official said.
Iran’s president congratulates Indonesia national day
Iran’s President Ebrahim Raeisi in a message on Tuesday for his Indonesian counterpart Joko Widodo congratulated the people and government of the Southeast Asian country on its Independence Day (August 17).
Indonesia reports record 2,069 virus deaths in 24 hours
Indonesia reported a record 2,069 coronavirus deaths in 24 hours on Tuesday as the Southeast Asian nation faces its deadliest COVID-19 surge since the pandemic began.
Iranian tanker seized by Indonesia released after four months
An Iranian-flagged tanker seized by Indonesia in January over allegations of illegal transfer of crude oil has been released, Indonesian officials and Iranian national TV said on Saturday.
Indonesia says 53 crew of lost sub are dead, wreckage found
Indonesia’s military on Sunday officially said all 53 crew members from a submarine that sank and broke apart last week are dead, and that search teams had located the vessel’s wreckage on the ocean floor.
Indonesian military says submarine missing with 53 on board
Indonesia’s navy is searching for a submarine that went missing north of the resort island of Bali with 53 people on board, the military said Wednesday.

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