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LBH Jakarta Plans to Sue the President for Online Loan Practices

JAKARTA – Weak regulations regarding lending practices online (pinjol) that applies in Indonesia plus the lack of knowledge of digital financial literacy in the community has caused many victims to fall as a result of this practice. Seeing this alarming situation, the Jakarta Legal Aid Institute (LBH) encourages the central …

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Change Image, Facebook Plans to Change Name

According to a report this week on tech site “The Verge”, Facebook is planning to rebrand its image with a new metaverse-focused name. The name change will be announced next week, The Verge said, citing a source with direct knowledge of the matter. The move is likely to position the …

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US Continues Plans to Reopen Consulate in Jerusalem

The United States will continue its plan to reopen the US consulate in Jerusalem while Washington restores relations with the Palestinians and is committed to creating a solution for both countries. “As I said in May, we will move forward with the process of opening a consulate as part of …

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US-China Virtual Summit Plans Amid Trade-Taiwan Tensions

US President Joe Biden will meet virtual with Chinese President Xi Jinping before the end of the year. The virtual summit was announced by the White House amid tensions between the two countries, after the Biden government urged China to stop military pressure on Taiwan and keep its trade commitments.

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Italian PM Announces Plans for G20 Summit on Afghanistan

Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi on Wednesday (29/9) announced an extraordinary G20 meeting on Afghanistan, to be held on 12 October. Draghi said the meeting would discuss the humanitarian crisis that has continued to worsen in the country since its takeover by the Taliban last August 15. The meeting will …

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US Military Announces Plans for Reforming Sexual Assaults

The US military on Wednesday (22/9) announced plans to enact a series of recommendations to deal with sexual assault and sexual harassment among its personnel. An independent review panel outlined a series of actions the Department of Defense should take to address accountability, prevention, culture and victim care issues. Menhan …

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