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· September, 2010

Stories about Indonesia from September, 2010

Southeast Asia: Blogging about Football

There are many football blogs in Southeast Asia that provide relevant news stories and updates about football matches and programs in the region. Here is a list of football blogs...

Indonesia: Local government closes church defying court order

A Christian protestant church, GKI Taman Yasmin in the regency of Bogor, Indonesia was forced to cease activities by Bogor's regency on Sunday night. The police and Public Order Agency...

Indonesia: Positive economic news cites a few macroeconomic indicators which suggest that Indonesia's economy is improving.

Indonesia: Online rage over attack on church leaders

Two Christian church leaders were stabbed during a Sunday service in Indonesia which enraged netizens. As a protest, Facebookers were encouraged to "blank out" their profile pictures.

Indonesia: Former Playboy editor found guilty of indecency

The Supreme Court of Indonesia has found the former editor of Playboy Indonesia guilty of violating the country's indecency laws. Media groups and bloggers protest the decision as “criminalization of...

Indonesia: “Most Inspiring Tweeter”

Indonesian businesswoman Fahira Idris won as the most inspiring person on twitter through an online survey.

Indonesia: Blogger conference to include Facebook, Twitter users

The annual gathering of bloggers in Indonesia is now open to members of other social media sites like Facebook and Twitter. The Pesta Blogger conference will take place next month.

Malaysia – Indonesia Border Row

A recent border clash between Malaysia and Indonesia has once again sparked tension between the two nation states. Here are some reactions from Malaysian bloggers

Old Borneo Map

The Daily Brunei Resources uploads an old Borneo island map where boundaries between Malaysia, Indonesia and Brunei have not yet been clearly defined.

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