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If you get caught in a flood surge you are a goner , over here in Israel even in the desert you are advised to be very careful of the Wadis which become surging rivers in seconds
Indonesia has condemned the alleged abuse of Indonesian fishermen aboard a Chinese fishing vessel, after footage of a body bag being thrown overboard caused widespread outrage in the South-East Asian country.Read more from www.abc.net.au
The captain of the vessel will have taken the decision - maybe the fridges were full , maybe a body smelling of fish would also have been insulting , a no win decision .
If the fridges were full what choices did the captain have , leaving the body in a bag on the deck would have also been condemned
I think the bigger question is how did he die?
Not sure if that was covered.
This is the story that Indonesia doesn't want the world to know. It even cut the internet for an entire region at the height of a dramatic escalation in violence.Read more from www.abc.net.au
I am being glib we wont know will we , beaten to death with an haddock
The global coronavirus pandemic has left millions of Indonesians struggling to make ends meet. Now authorities are rolling out 'rice ATMs' for those in need.Read more from www.abc.net.au
Necessity being the mother of all inventions etc
Academic experts claim Indonesia's Government is ignoring their modelling and scientific advice regarding the coronavirus pandemic, as the province of Bali looks to reopen in the coming months.Read more from www.abc.net.au
Many mosques across Indonesia will allow group prayer for the Eid holiday this weekend, as crowded scenes from malls and other public places highlight the difficulty of implementing social distancing.Read more from www.abc.net.au