Supermoon rise over in Jakarta

epa06365504 The so-called 'Supermoon' is seen in Jakarta, Indonesia, 03 December 2017. According to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) a series of three 'Supermoons' - dubbed the 'Supermoon trilogy' - will appear in the sky on 03 December 2017, on 01 January 2018 and and 31 January 2018. A 'Supermoon' commonly is a full moon at its closest distance to the earth with the moon appearing larger than usual. EPA-EFE/ADI WEDA

Greenpeace protest coal in Indonesia

epa06708402 An underwater photo shows divers of the 'Greenpeace' environmetal organization holding a banner on coral reefs that have been damaged by coal barges offshore the Karimunjawa Islands, Indonesia, 03 May 2018. The protest is part of a global wave of escalated actions called 'Break Free,' which demands governments to keep coal, oil and gas in the ground. Indonesia is the world's second biggest exporter of coal EPA-EFE/ADI WEDA

Ayu Purhadi - Runway - Indonesia Fashion Week 2019

epa07466849 A model presents a creation by Indonesian designer Ayu Purhadi during the Indonesia Fashion Week in Jakarta, Indonesia, 27 March 2019. The fashion event runs from 27 to 31 March. EPA-EFE/ADI WEDA

US President Barack Obama visits the Philippines

epa04184421 US President Barack Obama addreses American and Filipino troops in Taguig city, south of Manila, the Philippines, 29 April 2014. The Philippines and the US signed a 10-year defense pact to allow greater American military presence amid rising regional tensions over territorial disputes in the South China Sea. Obama arrived in the Philippines on the last leg of a four-nation Asian tour to push his administration's pivot to the region. EPA/ADI WEDA

Eruption aftermath

epa02441654 YEARENDER 2010 OCTOBER An inside view of a house covered with ashes at Kinaredjo village in Sleman, Indonesia, 27 October 2010, a day after Mount Merapi erupted. The Indonesia volcano erupted just before dusk 26 October killing at least 14 people with dozens more injured. About 11,400 villagers on the mountain were urged to evacuate. But most who fled were the elderly and children, while adults stayed to tend to homes and farms on the mountain's fertile slopes. Scientists warned that pressure building beneath the volcano dome could trigger the most powerful eruption in years. EPA/ADI WEDA


epa01441856 Male windsurfers speed their boat during the race in front of Qingdao Olympic sailing area, China, 12 August 2008. EPA/ADI WEDA


epa00537724 Italian MotoGP rider Valentino Rossi of Yamaha acknowledges the crowd as he stands on his motorcycle at Sepang International Circuit outside Kuala Lumpur on 25 September 2005. Rossi won the MotoGP world championship for the fifth year in a row on Sunday after finishing second behind Capirossi in the Malaysian Grand Prix. EPA/WEDA


epa00727759 Australian peacekeeping soldiers stand guard as a woman passed during clashes among ethnics at a main street in Dili on Wednesday 31 May 2006. Chaos continued Wednesday in East Timor with more residents fleeing gang warfare in Dili amid fears that President Xanana Gusmao's failure to force the resignation of widely despised Prime Minister Mari Alkatiri would perpetuate the political paralysis that a week ago sparked the worst violence since East Timor declared independence from Indonesia four years ago. EPA/WEDA


Mount Merapi spewing hot thick smoke 'Wedus Gembel' and filing hot lava seen from Tunggularum village in Yogyakarta, Indonesia

Central Jakarta bomb explosion

epa000271669 The Australian flag waves in front of a damaged building near the Australian embassy in Jakarta on Thursday, 09 September 2004. A powerful explosion went off outside the Australian embassy in central Jakarta on Thursday, killing up to nine people and injuring as many as 100 injured in the blast, sources said. Buildings around the embassy were partially destroyed with many windows blown out and shattered by the force of the blast. EPA/WEDA

Roger Federer in Melbourne

epa00916455 Roger Federer of Switzerland celebrates his win over Fernando Gonzalez of Chile in their men's finals match at the Australian Open tennis tournament in Melbourne, Australia, Sunday 28 January 2007. Federer won 7-6, 6-4, 6-4. EPA/WEDA


epa000403127 Rescuers carry Hendra, a 42 years old man , who is still alive after seven hours rescueing operation from a hole at a damaged house in Gunung Sitoli, Nias island, Indonesia on Saturday 02 April 2005. Indonesian rescue workers continued Saturday to search for hundreds of victims trapped under rubble and debris of homes and buildings that collapsed in a powerful earthquake that killed hundreds of people and caused widespread destruction on the small islands off the coast of Sumatra. Aftershocks continued to rattle the island of Nias and the nearby Simeulue islands, located off the northwestern coast of Sumatra, following the 8.7-magnitude earthquake on Monday night. EPA/WEDA

Renault's Spanish Formula one driver Fernando Alonso passes his celebrating team members

epa000394514 Renault's Spanish Formula one driver Fernando Alonso passes his celebrating team members as he wins the Malaysian Grand Prix on Sunday, 20 March 2005. Italy's Jarno Trulli in a Toyota finished second - the first time-ever that the team managed a top three finish, while Germany‘s Nick Heidfeld in a Williams-BMW was third. EPA/WEDA


epa00594965 Two US helicopters take off with former US Presidents, Bill Clinton and George W. Bush Sr. with a backdrop of a Mosque in the devestated area of Lampu'uk, Banda Aceh, Sunday 20 February 2005. Clinton and Bush Senior have been appointed by US President George W Bush to lead private fundrising efforts in the wake of the Tsunami which left more than 230,000 people presumed dead in Indonesia, almost all of them in Aceh. EPA/WEDA YEAR ENDER 2005 - FEBRUARY

An Indonesian drug addict lies chained to a post

An Indonesian drug addict lies chained to a post as he sleeps at Nurul Alam, a private Muslim drug rehabilitation centre in Jakarta 22 September 2003. Heroin and methamphetamine addiction is on the rise among young Indonesians, many of whom can't find work and face mounting social problems after five years of economic and political instability in the country of 215 million people. Research carried out by a government body set up to fight NAZA (the Indonesian acronym for narcotics, alcohol and other addictive substances) shows that there were 130,000 drug addicts in the country in 1998. EPA PHOTO/EPA/WEDA//


epa00158706 CORREX - BYLINE IS WEDA IN THE SERIES OF TIGER PICTURES FROM JAKARTA Ratu, a Bengal Tiger (Bengalensis Tigris) screams as she protects her babies from a photographer who takes pictures shortly after giving birth at Ragunan Zoo in Jakarta Monday 22 March 2004. Ratu gave birth to three brown and one white baby . At least 20 Bengal tigers, facing extinction in the wild, have been born in captivity in this zoo. EPA/WEDA CORREX - BYLINE IS WEDA

Three Indonesian soldiers mourn next to the dead body of Private M.N. Lubis, who was killed by Free Aceh separatist rebels

Three Indonesian soldiers mourn next to the dead body of Private M.N. Lubis, who was killed by Free Aceh separatist rebels at the Lam Pancu sub-district of Banda Aceh on Friday, 30 May 2003. A clash between the Indonesian troops and separatist rebels near Banda Aceh claimed one soldier on Friday, raising the military's death toll to eight since martial law was imposed on the province on May 19. EPA-PHOTO/EPA/WEDA

Reopening of cinemas in Jakarta

epa09619020 A moviegoer sits inside a cinema waiting for a movie to start in Jakarta, Indonesia, 16 September 2021. All cinemas in Jakarta are allowed to reopen from 16 September, after last week the Indonesian government officially announced the implementation of restrictions on community activities (PPKMP) from 14 to 20 September 2021, and lowered the status of a number of regions from PPKM level 4 to PPKM level 3. EPA-EFE/ADI WEDA *** Local Caption *** 57176940
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