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Saudi Arabia plans to build the world’s largest hydrogen plant

A Saudi company NEOM Green Hydrogen Company (NGHC) has signed an investment financing deal to build a hydrogen production facility at the coat of US$8.4 billion on Monday (22/5). This agreement involves 23 local, regional, international banks and investment companies.

Chinese fishing boat capsizes, 17 Indonesian crew killed

China's Ministry of Transportation officially announced that there are no survivors from the Chinese fishing boat that capsized and sunk in the Indian Ocean last week, Tuesday (16/5).

Jakarta celebrates its 496th anniversary, here are the conditions to enter Ancol for free

In order to liven up the 496th anniversary of Jakarta, Ancol Dreamland Park is again offering a free entrance program for residents for one month, from 21 May to 22 June.

Indonesia to partner with Zhejiang University to build herbal medicine research center

Coordinating Maritime Affairs and Investment Minister Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan held a meeting with Zhejiang University, China, Monday (22/5) to follow up on the cooperation to build the Indonesia-China Center for Research and Innovation for Conservation of Medicinal Plants whose MoU was signed in September 2020.

Legendary bookstore Gunung Agung folds after 70 years

Gunung Agung bookstore was forced to lay off hundreds of its employees and shutter all its outlets by the end of this year because the company continued to lose money and could not afford the hefty operational costs.

Ignoring “No Swimming” sign, Kelingking Beach sees many accidents involving tourists

Kelingking Beach and a slew of other beaches in the waters off Nusa Penida, Bali, have seen many accidents because some tourists chose to ignore the safety and regulations.

14 Coldplay fans claimed they are cheated out of Rp30 million

As many as 14 people became the victims of fraud after they sought to buy Coldplay concert tickets in Jakarta, said National Police Crime Investigation Department (Bareskrim).

Inspiring! Jambi student exports 19 tons of betel nut to Bangladesh

Fajar Anwar, a student from Tanjung Jabung Barat regency, Jambi, exported 19 tons of betel nut to Bangladesh thanks to his hard work and full support from various parties, especially the Customs and Excise Agency.

G7 to heap more sanctions on Russia

G7 member countries revealed plans to tighten sanctions against Russia during the Hiroshima summit on Friday (19/5). They are set to ban imports of Russian diamonds, in order to exert more pressure on Moscow.

10-ton whale found dead in Surabaya to be preserved and displayed in museum

Surabaya residents were recently shocked by the discovery of the carcass of a baleen whale weighing 10 tons in the mangrove forest near Tembak Batu, Sukolilo.

18 smuggled green turtles released in Bali

Bali Natural Resources Conservation Agency (BKSDA) released 18 green turtles (Chelonia mydas) saved from illegal trade on Thursday (18/5).

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