The Jakarta Globe’s Top Stories in the Week to April 18
Jakarta. The Indonesian government’s ban on the sale of alcoholic beverages in minimarkets nationwide was among the most-read stories on the website of the Jakarta Globe in the past week.
Newswire stories including one on France’s concerns of one of its citizens being executed and an article on the potential of long-term traffic in Jakarta were also popular.
The following lists the 10 most-read stories in the week to April 18:
Paris Warns Indonesia of Consequences if Frenchman Executed
Indonesian Ban on Sale of Alcohol at Minimarkets Takes Effect
Indonesian Islamic Parties Seek Ban on Alcohol Consumption
Expect Delays: World’s-Worst Jakarta Traffic in Gridlock for Another Decade
JIS Sexual Abuse: Wife of Convicted Teacher’s Aide Files Perjury Case
Jakarta Tempers Outrage at Saudi Execution, Amid Cries of Hypocrisy
Supreme Court Upholds Life Sentence for Indonesian Drug Kingpin
Doing Well by Doing Good: An Interview With John Riady
Education Report Shows Indonesia Losing Ground
Military Chief Challenges IS Militants to Come to Indonesia
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