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Indonesian drug convict facing death row highlights risks to migrant workers - campaigners

JAKARTA (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The case of an Indonesian woman expected to be executed this week for drug trafficking highlights the risk to migrant workers of being duped into becoming drug mules, human rights campaigners said.

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Indonesia’s Haryanto to race in German Grand Prix 27 Jul 2016

HOCKENHEIM, Germany Rio Haryanto will race in this weekend’s German Formula One Grand Prix, the Indonesian said in a statement issued by his Manor team on Wednesday.

Motor racing-Indonesia's Haryanto to race in German Grand Prix 27 Jul 2016

HOCKENHEIM, Germany, July 27 Rio Haryanto will race in this weekend's German Formula One Grand Prix, the Indonesian said in a statement issued by his Manor team on Wednesday.

Indonesia says will execute 14 drug convicts this weekend 27 Jul 2016

JAKARTA Indonesia will execute 14 drug convicts including at least four foreigners this weekend, the attorney general said on Wednesday, stepping up a "war on drugs" that has drawn international condemnation.

UPDATE 5-Indonesia president puts ex-general, popular World Bank leader in cabinet 27 Jul 2016

* Sri Mulyani Indrawati back in post held under last president

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Indonesia president expected to announce cabinet reshuffle on Wednesday - sources 26 Jul 2016

JAKARTA Indonesian President Joko Widodo is expected to announce his second cabinet reshuffle in less than two years on Wednesday, two sources close to the matter said.

UPDATE 1-Indonesia's Bank Mandiri first-half 2016 net profit down 29 pct 26 Jul 2016

* NPL expected to fall from Q3 -director (Adds reason for profit fall)

Indonesia to hold next round of executions on Friday - diplomat 26 Jul 2016

JAKARTA Indonesia will execute several people including a Pakistani on Friday, a Pakistani embassy official said, its first executions since last year when it put to death 14 people, most of them foreign drug convicts, sparking an international outcry.

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Indonesian 'maid detectives' on mission to save women from trafficking 26 Jul 2016

JAKARTA (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Rima Jayanti has not had formal training in detective work but with her sharp eye and gut instinct, her task is to spot Indonesian women at Jakarta's bustling airport in danger of being sent abroad to a life of domestic servitude.

Pakistan urges Indonesia to delay execution of man convicted of drug smuggling 25 Jul 2016

JAKARTA Pakistan on Monday urged the Indonesian government to stay the execution of one of its nationals convicted of smuggling drugs, citing concerns that his 2005 trial had been unfair.

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Islamic state posts video of men it says were French church attackers

CAIRO Islamic State's news agency on Wednesday posted a video of two men it said were those who attacked a church in France in which they pledged allegiance to the group's leader.