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http://www.navyrecognition.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=747 The VITESSE Mark II is a high speed military delta conic airventilated triple step hull interceptor type vessel made in Indonesia. It is a joint project between PT. Rizki Abadi and PT Royal Advanced Fiber (RAF boats). It was designed following a special request from Indonesian Special Forces for Anti-terror and interception missions.
On April 5, Indonesia blew up 23 foreign fishing boats to demonstrate the country's policies toward illegal fishing
(22 Feb 2016) RESTRICTION SUMMARY: AP CLIENTS ONLY AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY Batam, Riau Province - 22 February 2016 1. Boat being blown up in water 2. Ship carrying demolition team in water 3. People standing on ship deck 4. Various of fishing boats prior to demolition Jakarta - 22 February 2016 5. Indonesia’s minister of maritime and fisheries, Susi Pudjiastuti watching demolitions live on screen 6. Pudjiastuti asking if crew on site are ready to demolish the boats UPSOUND: "Are you in position and ready to demolish the boats?" Batam, Riau Province - 22 February 2016 7. Crew on boat listening to the order from Pudjiastuti Jakarta - 22 February 2016 8. Pudjiastuti counting down to demolition Batam, Riau Province - 22 February 2016 9. Various of boats exploding Jak...
Indonesian politician Tantowi Yahya says it is illegal for Australia to turn back asylum seeker boats in international waters. ABC Fact Check finds that statement is right, but there's more to it. Read more here: bit.ly/192CWBr
Indonesia is one of the few places that offers a fascinating fusion of cultures, blue seas along the equator, tropical forests, thousands of miles of fabulous beaches, etc. it is unbelievable that one maritime country has such phenomenal beauty. Indonesia is famous for its rare flowers, plants, wildlife etc.
A sunset, boats and airplanes, Bali (Indonesia). Bali is an Indonesian island known for its forested volcanic mountains, iconic rice paddies, beaches and coral reefs. The island is home to religious sites such as cliffside Uluwatu Temple. To the south, the beachside city of Kuta has lively bars, while Seminyak, Sanur and Nusa Dua are popular resort towns. Vic Stefanu, firstname.lastname@example.org
Indonesia destroyed 81 boats on Saturday as part of its fight against illegal fishing
Vietnamese fishermen were caught illegally fishing in Indonesian waters. - - - - - - - ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------. Vietnamese fishermen were caught illegally fishing in Indonesian waters. Indonesian authorities destroy illegal fishing boats. Indonesian authorities destroy illegal fishing boats Vietnamese fishermen were caught illegally fishing in Indonesian waters. Now THAT's how you deal with poachers! Indonesian navy blows up illegal foreign fishing vessels in spectacular fashion after confiscating ships and arresting .
This was taken just as we were about to drop anchor in the South Java Sea off a small village as all these small boats were heading out for the night. They like to get really close and cross Sandpipers bow. We were told that they cross your bow to throw off thier bad fishing luck off on to you and this this is why they all seem to come right at us, its really freaky at night! The last guy got really close to us and I freaked a bit as I turned the camera to run back, but Amy had the helm and everthing was ok.
In 2015, evidence of slavery on a massive scale surfaced in the remote islands of eastern Indonesia. Illegal fishing in Indonesian territorial waters had risen to an extreme level, but many of the Thai fishing boats responsible harboured a much worse secret aboard. In the last year, over 2,000 men have come forward who were enslaved on Thai fishing boats in Indonesian waters, working for as long as a decade without pay. Thousands of migrants from Cambodia, Myanmar and Laos in search of higher-paying jobs were lured onto Thai fishing boats with empty promises about jobs "on the other side" and into, in some cases, years of ongoing seaborne labour. Many of the enslaved fishermen were facing abuse, ranging from physical assault to lack of food and sleep. "The way they forced us to work ...
Indonesia is dealing with fishing boats poaching in their waters in a unique way: they're blowing them up. Plus, a computer animation simulates what Pompeii would have been like on the fateful day Mount Vesuvius erupted. Subscribe http://bit.ly/1kc7NpQ Twitter http://twitter.com/SYSKPodcast Facebook http://facebook.com/StuffYouShouldKnow Google+ http://google.com/+joshandchuck Website http://stuffyoushouldknow.com Watch More http://www.youtube.com/JoshAndChuck Sources: Indonesia Blowin' Up Boats http://jalopnik.com/indonesia-just-literally-blowing-up-boats-now-1786795992 http://djpsdkp.kkp.go.id/arsip/c/252/KKP-KEMBALI-TENGGELAMKAN-ENAM-KAPAL-IKAN-ILEGAL-VIETNAM/?category_id=22 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RaT3jGiT0R8 Electric Boogaloo: The Wild, Untold Story of Cannon Films: ht...
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Indonesia is the world's largest archipelago, and its waters cover a vast area. This makes it difficult to stop illegal fishing. In fact, the government estimates it's costing them $20bn annually in lost revenue. The BBC's Rebecca Henschke reports from Pandangran, West Java, on the government's novel approach to dealing with the problem.
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Le Pirate Indonesia, has 3 hotels. One in Nusa Ceningan, one in Gili Trawangan and one in Labuan Bajo (Flores). In flores, Le Pirate has also 2 boats to explorer Komodo region during a 1 or 2 nights trip. For more information : www.lepirate.com email@example.com Instagram : @Lepiratebeachclub Facebook : www.facebook.com/LePirate Pinterest : Le Pirate
Thursday, 4 July 2013 - Live from Jakarta, Indonesia Panellists: Dewi Fortuna Anwar, Senior advisor to Indonesian Vice President Boediono; Tim Lindsey, Director, Centre for Indonesian Law, Islam and Society; Yuli Ismartono, Deputy Editor in Chief of Tempo magazine; Rafendi Djamin, Human Rights Advocate; Yenny Wahid, Islamic activist & daughter of late former President 'Gus Dur' Wahid; and Meidyatama "Dimas" Suryodiningrat, Editor in Chief of The Jakarta Post. On our first international program, we discussed Australian expectations, stopping the boats, Indonesian view of Australia, cattle industry, corruption, Papua, separatism, Prabowo and Indonesia as a superpower.