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Today β€” November 21st 2018Your RSS feeds

Baby dies in Bali after US woman allegedly threw it from car

An American woman allegedly threw her 2-month-old daughter from a moving car on the tourist island of Bali and then tried to kill herself by jumping from the vehicle, Indonesian police said Wednesday.

Baby dies in Bali after US woman allegedly threw it from car

An American woman allegedly threw her 2-month-old daughter from a moving car on the tourist island of Bali and then tried to kill herself by jumping from the vehicle, Indonesian police said Wednesday.

Yesterday β€” November 20th 2018Your RSS feeds

Dead whale had 115 plastic cups, 2 flip-flops in its stomach

A dead whale that washed ashore in eastern Indonesia had a large lump of plastic waste in its stomach, including drinking cups and flip-flops, a park official said Tuesday, causing concern among environmentalists and government officials in one of the world's largest plastic polluting countries.

Dead whale had 115 plastic cups, 2 flip-flops in its stomach

A dead whale that washed ashore in eastern Indonesia had a large lump of plastic waste in its stomach, including drinking cups and flip-flops, a park official said Tuesday, causing concern among environmentalists and government officials in one of the world's largest plastic polluting countries.

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Trilobites: Why Komodo Dragons Haven’t Conquered the World

By VERONIQUE GREENWOOD

The razor-toothed predators are fierce, but scientists found that they’re real homebodies.

Trilobites: Why Komodo Dragons Haven’t Conquered the World

By VERONIQUE GREENWOOD

The razor-toothed predators are fierce, but scientists found that they’re real homebodies.

New Questions Swirl Over Boeing on Updated 737 Model That Crashed

By HANNAH BEECH, HIROKO TABUCHI, JAMES GLANZ and ZACH WICHTER

The airplane manufacturer did not provide airlines and pilots with full information about a new emergency system on the plane.

Turkey’s TRT expands into Indonesia

By Chris Dziadul

The Turkish public broadcaster TRT’s international news channels TRT World (in English) and TRT Arabi (in Arabic) have entered into a partnership with the Indonesian free OTT mobile entertainment platform Oona.

As a result, they will now be available to 185 million Oona subscribers in the country.

Commenting on the development, Christophe Hocahrt, Oona’s founder and CEO, said: “We are delighted to be able to offer these renowned award-winning channels to our Indonesian viewers. Now they can stay ahead 24/7 with TRT’s breaking and in-depth news, current affairs, and gripping documentaries, which are available in both English and Arabic.”

Furkan Han, TRT World’s head of global digital & satellite distribution & partnership, added: “We’ve been investing in digital growth since day one, and provide our content to all demographics, in which ever way they prefer. Our partnership with Oona TV enables delivery of TRT World and TRT Arabi content to millions of people in Indonesia.”
TRT World was launched in 2015 and is based in Istanbul, with three newsrooms in other parts of the world.
Oona is a subsidiary of NFCX in synergy with Metranet, a subsidiary of Telkom Indonesia. It is on course to expand its free and premium service to other parts of Asia, Africa, South America, the Middle East, US and Europe.

Turkey’s TRT expands into Indonesia

By Chris Dziadul

The Turkish public broadcaster TRT’s international news channels TRT World (in English) and TRT Arabi (in Arabic) have entered into a partnership with the Indonesian free OTT mobile entertainment platform Oona.

As a result, they will now be available to 185 million Oona subscribers in the country.

Commenting on the development, Christophe Hocahrt, Oona’s founder and CEO, said: “We are delighted to be able to offer these renowned award-winning channels to our Indonesian viewers. Now they can stay ahead 24/7 with TRT’s breaking and in-depth news, current affairs, and gripping documentaries, which are available in both English and Arabic.”

Furkan Han, TRT World’s head of global digital & satellite distribution & partnership, added: “We’ve been investing in digital growth since day one, and provide our content to all demographics, in which ever way they prefer. Our partnership with Oona TV enables delivery of TRT World and TRT Arabi content to millions of people in Indonesia.”
TRT World was launched in 2015 and is based in Istanbul, with three newsrooms in other parts of the world.
Oona is a subsidiary of NFCX in synergy with Metranet, a subsidiary of Telkom Indonesia. It is on course to expand its free and premium service to other parts of Asia, Africa, South America, the Middle East, US and Europe.

What We Know About the Lion Air Flight 610 Crash

By MEGAN SPECIA

The new plane’s automated systems may have played a role, but the precise cause remains unknown.

At Doomed Flight’s Helm, Pilots May Have Been Overwhelmed in Seconds

By HANNAH BEECH and KEITH BRADSHER

As American and Indonesian investigators puzzle through clues of troubles that befell Flight 610, they are finding not a single lapse but a cascade of issues.

In Indonesia Plane Crash Inquiry, New Focus on Possible Aircraft Problems

By HANNAH BEECH and KEITH BRADSHER

The plane had experienced problems before Lion Air Flight 610 crashed. Officials are investigating whether fault lies with human error, technical flaws or both.

Crashed Lion Air Plane Was Cleared to Fly Four Times Despite Problems

By HANNAH BEECH

Investigators are focusing on both malfunctioning airspeed indicators and institutional failures at the company.

Indonesia extends search for Lion Air victims, debris

Indonesian authorities have extended the search at sea for victims of the Lion Air crash and the plane's cockpit voice recorder.

Indonesia extends search for Lion Air victims, debris

Indonesian authorities have extended the search at sea for victims of the Lion Air crash and the plane's cockpit voice recorder.

Indonesia Protests Saudi Arabia’s Execution of Maid

By DANIEL VICTOR and JENNIFER JETT

The government said it was not notified before the execution of Tuti Tursilawati, the fourth Indonesian put to death in Saudi Arabia since 2015.

Thousands protest burning of Islamic flag in Indonesia

Thousands of conservative Muslims protested in the Indonesian capital on Friday about the burning of an Islamic flag, sparking criticism from the government's top security minister that the country was in mourning after a plane crash and back-to-back natural disasters.

Thousands protest burning of Islamic flag in Indonesia

Thousands of conservative Muslims protested in the Indonesian capital on Friday about the burning of an Islamic flag, sparking criticism from the government's top security minister that the country was in mourning after a plane crash and back-to-back natural disasters.

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