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Visitors examine an image at an exhibition of photos on the Lapindo mudflow disaster in Malang, East Java, on Thursday. The exhibition displays 40 works of 10 artists who once lived in areas now covered by mud. (Antara/Ari Bowo Sucipto)
The Jakarta Post | Thu, 07/21/2011 3:22 PM
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ASEAN and friends: Foreign Ministers from left, Vietnam's Pham Gia Khiem, South Korea's Kim Sung-hwan, Japan's Takeaki Matsumoto, Indonesia's Marty Natalegawa, and China's Yang Jiechi, hold hands during a group photo at the opening session of ASEAN Plus Three Foreign Ministers' Meeting in Nusa Dua, Bali, Indonesia, Thursday. (AP/Dita Alangkara)

Associated Press, Nusa Dua | Thu, 07/21/2011 2:19 PM
Foreign ministers from 10 Southeast Asian nations are calling for a speedy resumption of talks aimed at convincing North Korea to abandon its nuclear weapons program.

China, the US, Japan, South Korea and Russia had been negotiating since 2003 to persuade Pyongyang to dismantle the program in exchange for aid and other concessions. The North pulled out of the talks about two years ago after being censured for launching a long-range rocket. It has indicated a willingness in recent months to return to the table.

The 10-member Association of Southeast Asian Nations issued a statement Thursday after their annual get-together, urging "the early resumption of the six-party talks."
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Kim Kardashian reacts to photographers at the Noon by Noor launch event in West Hollywood, Calif., Wednesday night. Noon by Noor is a fashion collection designed by Kingdom of Bahrain royalty Noor Rashid Al Khalifa and Haya Mohammed Al Khalifa. (AP/Chris Pizzello)   
The Jakarta Post | Thu, 07/21/2011 3:04 PM
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 Associated Press, Jayapura | Thu, 07/21/2011 6:47 PM

An army officer says unidentified gunmen have ambushed Indonesia soldiers and killed one of them in the easternmost province of Papua.
The chief army officer in Papua says soldiers are still searching for the gunmen. Maj. Gen. Erfi Triassunu said the ambush Thursday morning happened outside a village in the hilly district of Puncak Jaya.
Triassunu said the victim was a first private killed by a shot to his head. No information was available on the other soldiers.
The attack occurred one day after a military tribunal indicted three low-ranking soldiers for killing a civilian in Puncak Jaya last year.
Papua is a former Dutch colony incorporated into Indonesia in 1969 after a U.N.-sponsored ballot. A small, poorly armed separatist movement has battled for independence ever since.
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Multa Fidrus, The Jakarta Post, Tangerang | Thu, 07/21/2011 6:42 PM
As part of the South Tangerang municipal administration’s campaign for literacy, Mayor Airin Rachmi Diany launched on Thursday an initiative known as Gema to encourage mothers to read to their children.
“We hope that with Gema, South Tangerang residents, from kids to the elderly, will love reading,” Airin said. She quoted English historian Thomas Babington Macaulay’s saying: “I choose to be a poor person living in a hut which is full with books rather than being a king who has no desires to read.”
According to Airin, reading is a fun activity that is also enlightening and therefore it should be a habit in every family because it helps people broaden their minds and knowledge.
“Reading as a habit should be started in each family, starting with mothers who read to their children, because it will be very useful for all of us,” she said.
The mayor described various other benefits from reading, such as building a strong foundation for various sciences and their applications in daily life.
“Reading improves verbal and linguistic aptitude because it enriches vocabularies, it activates eye muscles and freshens minds and prevents people from becoming senile, improves intelligence, creativity and imagination, self confidence, develops emotion and social interactions where ever we are, as well forming personalities,” she said.
Airin also vowed to make South Tangerang a child-friendly city. Children in South Tangerang should not only get a guarantee of physical health, but the administration would also pay attention to them psychologically, spiritually and socially.
According to Airin, the future of South Tangerang is in the hands of the next generation, therefore children should be seen as precious assets and that all community elements should be responsible for their rights to health, education and good environment services.
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