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Football  /  Published 05.10.22

Closed gates to ‘blame’ for toll

Delays in unlocking the gates at the football stadium here after violence broke out at the end of a match contributed to a disaster in which at least 131 people died, the Indonesian soccer association...
By AP/PTI in Malang

Football  /  Published 04.10.22

Independent team to probe soccer tragedy

Madrid: Karim Benzema missed a late penalty as Real Madrid dropped their first points this season after being held to a 1-1 draw at home by Osasuna, who had a man sent-off late on, in the La Liga on S...
By Reuters in Malang (Indonesia)

Football  /  Published 03.10.22

Stampede: Indonesia launches investigation

A partially independent team will investigate the failings that led to the deaths of 125 people, including children, at a soccer match in Indonesia over the weekend, a government minister said on...
By Deutsche Welle

Football  /  Published 03.10.22

Tear gas triggers stampede in stadium

Panic and a chaotic run for exits after police fired tear gas at an Indonesian soccer match to drive away fans upset with their team’s loss left at least 125 dead, most of whom were trampled upo...
By AP/PTI in Malang

Football  /  Published 02.10.22

Stampede: Toll revised to 125

The death toll from a stampede at a soccer stadium in Indonesia's East Java province has been revised down to 125, a government official said on Sunday.  East Java Deputy governor Emil Darda...
By Reuters in Jakarta

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Football  /  Published 02.10.22

Indonesia: 174 die in soccer riots

Indonesian authorities said on Sunday that at least 174 people, including two police officers, died after violence broke out following a football match in the East Java province. East Java police chi...
By Deutsche Welle

Football  /  Published 02.10.22

Indonesia:129 die in soccer riots

Indonesian authorities said on Sunday that at least 129 people, including two police officers, died after violence broke out following a football match in the East Java province. East Java police chi...
By Deutsche Welle

Places  /  Published 09.09.22

The deadly beauty of East Java’s Kawah Ijen

“So, for a double trip, a miner earns around $10 to $12 per day?” I ask Padi, after a quick mental calculation. By local standards, I gather, the money is not too bad, because a farmer in ...
By Sugato Mukherjee

Business  /  Published 23.05.22

Indonesia reprieve for edible oil

Edible oil prices are likely to come down with Indonesia lifting its ban on palm oil exports from Monday. Analysts warned the fall in the price could be temporary as the country’s high dependen...
By R. Suryamurthy in New Delhi

India  /  Published 17.05.22

Export ban traps wheat at ports

India’s wheat export ban has trapped some 1.8 million tonnes of grain at ports, leaving traders facing heavy losses from the prospect of selling onto a weaker domestic market, four dealers told ...
By Reuters in Mumbai


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