Climate Change

World leaders agreed six years ago in Paris to work to keep global temperatures from increasing more than 2 degrees Celsius and ideally no more than 1.5 degrees Celsius by the end of the century, but nations are struggling to intensify green energy. European Union and China are trying to solve this main issue. 

GLOBAL TOURISM FORUM 2021

The global tourism forum 2021, where dozen of tourism experts gather to discuss the future of the industry, has been opened on Wednesday in Jakarta, under the theme: Reset, Revive, Refresh Tourism.

Blinken Pledges to Continue Humanitarian Aid

At the Congressional hearing, Secretary of State Antony Blinken told lawmakers the Biden administration was prioritizing evacuating Americans and at risk Afghans. The effort comes as the US weighs how to send millions of dollars in aid directly to Afghans and not to the de facto Taliban government.

HEALTH MEASURES AT AIRPORTS

Indonesia tries to revive its tourism industry as pandemic is ongoing, and the government continues to enforce some social activities restrictions, including traffic regulations with strict health measures. Now, the Indonesian government is allowing two international airports, one in Jakarta and another one in Manado, North Sulawesi to serve international air traffics. 

MONEY EXCHANGERS FACE CASH SHORTAGE

Frozen foreign exchanges and a paralysed state budget in Afghanistan threaten cash shortages for currency exchangers in Kabul.

Sudan Refugees Face Floods

Thousands of South Sudanese refugees were affected by floods in Sudan's White Nile state. The refugees were in poor condition and many families were without shelter.

Indonesia In Istanbul

The Indonesian consulate  in Istanbul, Turkey, has conducted the Indonesian Day event last Thursday, full with interesting Indonesia's cultural performances and culinary. The event was also aimed to strengthening the relationship among Indonesia's diaspora.