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 TODAY'S INDEX Thursday, June 5, 2003 
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Aceh waters closed to foreign ships

The Jakarta Post, Jakarta. The martial law administrator in Aceh has decided to close off Aceh waters to foreign ships, but has failed to communicate the move to the public.

pembatas City Council demands annulment of `illegal' parking fee hikes

The Jakarta Post, Jakarta. The Jakarta administration and the City Council rejected on Tuesday as illegal a decision by private parking operators to raise the charges for off-street parking in buildings by up to 100 percent.

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Bombing indictments submitted

The Jakarta Post, Denpasar. The Bali Prosecutors Office submitted the indictments of nine more Bali bombing suspects to the Denpasar District Court on Tuesday.

pembatas Companies warned over forest fires

The Jakarta Post, Riau. The Riau provincial forestry office issued a warning on Tuesday to 40 forestry companies not to set fire to scrub or forest land.

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Nabiel denies approving N. Jakarta reclamation

The Jakarta Post, Jakarta. State Minister for the Environment Nabiel Makarim denied on Tuesday Jakarta Governor Sutiyoso's statement that the minister had changed his mind and decided to approve the reclamation of Jakarta's north coast.

pembatas JITF upbeat about debt rescheduling target

The Jakarta Post, Jakarta. The Jakarta Initiative Task Force (JITF) said on Tuesday it had restructured some US$20.3 billion in corporate debts as of May, and was optimistic that it could help restructure at least half of the remaining debts by year-end when its term expires.

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Operators up parking fees without approval

The Jakarta Post, Jakarta. A number of private parking operators in Jakarta increased their parking rates at some sites by up to 100 percent on Monday, without the approval of either the city administration or council.

pembatas RI athletes lack discipline, says KONI training head

The Jakarta Post, Jakarta. Indonesia's preparation for the 22nd Southeast Asian (SEA) Games seems to be stuttering as the national training chief criticized the athletes for lacking discipline.


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