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  • Jakarta Charter  (1945)  20305Jakarta Charter1945 Since independence is the right of every nation, any form of subjugation in this world, being
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  • a large vehicle bomb detonated outside of the J.W. Marriott hotel in Jakarta, Indonesia. Twelve persons were killed and one hundred forty-four people
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  • Cambodia conflict, at the informal meeting of the Cambodian parties at Jakarta on 10 September 1990 and their commitment to it; 3. Also welcomes the commitment
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  • 1 January 1967 and cease to have effect on 31 March 1968. Issued at: JAKARTA Date: 27 December 1966 AMPERA CABINET PRESIDIUM CHAIRMAN, Signed
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  • labor force Official name: Republic of Indonesia Type: republic Capital: Jakarta Political subdivisions: 27 first-level administrative subdivisions or provinces
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  • a large vehicle bomb detonated outside of the J.W. Marriott hotel in Jakarta, Indonesia. Twelve persons were killed and one hundred forty-four people
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  • harbors: Chennai (Madras; India), Colombo (Sri Lanka), Durban (South Africa), Jakarta (Indonesia), Kolkata (Calcutta; India) Melbourne (Australia), Mumbai (Bombay;
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  • local long form: Republik Indonesia Government type: republic Capital: Jakarta Administrative divisions: 30 provinces (propinsi-propinsi, singular - propinsi)
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  • Fifth: This instruction will take effect on the date of issue. Issued in Jakarta Date: 6 December 1967 ACTING PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA
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  • Ratified in Jakarta On 29th July 2002 by THE PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA, signed MEGAWATI SOEKARNOPUTRI Enacted in Jakarta On 29th July
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  • This decision shall come into effect on the day of its issue. Issued at: JAKARTA Date: 6 December 1967 ACTING PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA
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  • Batavia capital of the Dutch East Indies, present-day Jakarta hoofdstad van Nederlands Indië, nu Jakarta Borneo large island in South East Asia groot eiland
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  • IBADAN NAIROBI DAR ES SALAAM LUSAKA ADDIS ABABA KUALA LUMPUR SINGAPORE JAKARTA HONG KONG TOKYO DELHI BOMBAY CALCUTTA MADRAS KARACHI ISBN 0 19 826155
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  • papers and held them temporarily when they arrested me and sent me back to Jakarta (Batavia). My friend, Mohd. Yunus, who lived directly across Jalan Terban
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  • custody suspected Japanese Red Army terrorist Tsutomu Shirosaki to stand trial for a 1986 mortar attack against the US Embassy in Jakarta, Indonesia.
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  • terrorists have continued to kill and maim -- in Bali, and Casablanca, Riyadh, Jakarta, Istanbul, Madrid, Baghdad, London, and elsewhere. The terrorists believe
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  • for about fourteen days, the detainee went to Jakarta, Indonesia. After the detainee arrived in Jakarta, he stayed at a hotel for one night, after which
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  • and Latin American cities (such as Seoul, Baghdad, Dhaa. Amman. Bombay. Jakarta. Mexico City. Manila, Sao Paulo, Bogota, and Managua) tripled or quadrupled
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  • See also Jakarta on Wikipedia; and our 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica disclaimer.
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  • the 11th, the terrorists have attacked a nightclub in Bali, a hotel in Jakarta, a ferry packed with passengers in Manila Bay, a school full of children
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