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Pilots Disabled Critical Computers Just Before AirAsia Crash   - 1/29/2015
PM (Updates with comments from former A320 pilot in fifth paragraph.) The action appears to have helped trigger the events of Dec. 28, when the Airbus Group NV A320 climbed so abruptly that it lost
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Pictures in the News | Jan. 29, 2015   - 1/29/2015
Rescuers work amid the wreckage caused by an explosion in a hospital in Cuajimalpa, Mexico City. A gas explosion ripped through the children's hospital, killing 7 and injuring dozens, including 22 children.
  
    




Pilots Disabled Critical Computers Moments Before AirAsia   - 1/29/2015
While fashionable Paris was watching the clothes on runways at the menswear shows and couture presentations, we decided to take the opportunity to focus a lens instead on the city’s emerging creative
  
    



AirAsia Co-Pilot Took Jet Up 3,000 Feet Just Before Crash   - 1/29/2015
AirAsia Flight 8501 was under the control of the first officer, not the captain, when it tilted to the left then climbed about 3,000 feet in 30 seconds before crashing, officials said Thursday. The
  
    



MH370 : All 'presumed dead'   - 1/29/2015
Photos: The search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 106 photos The search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 – A policewoman watches a couple whose son was on board the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight
  
    



New Issue- IADB adds 300 bln Indonesian Rupiah to 2018 bond   - 1/29/2015
Jan 29(Reuters) -Following are terms and conditions of a bond priced on Thursday. Borrower Inter-American Development Bank (IADB) Issue Amount 300 billion Indonesian Rupiah
  
    


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REG-db x-trackers MSCI Indonesia TRN Index ETF Net Asset Value(s)<047628962X.LU>   - 1/29/2015
Net Asset Value(s) FUND   ¦ db x-trackers MSCI Indonesia Index UCITS ETF DEALING DATE ¦ 28-Jan-15 NAV PER SHARE ¦ USD14.5085
  
    



AirAsia co-pilot at controls when plane crashed   - 1/29/2015
Asia Jan. 29, 2015 - Updated 12:53 UTC Indonesian investigators say the crashed AirAsia passenger jet was controlled by the plane's co-pilot at the time of the accident. The aircraft crashed
  
    



AirAsia crash: Investigator says co-pilot was at the controls   - 1/29/2015
JAKARTA -- Indonesia AirAsia Flight QZ8501 had been flown from takeoff by the co-pilot, Remi Plesel, a French national, when it crashed, a senior Indonesian official disclosed on Thursday.      Mardjono
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The EM investment case: India gains over Indonesia [Mint, New Delhi]   - 1/29/2015
Jan. 30--Investment options within the emerging market (EM) universe have narrowed considerably in recent times, more so in the light of the fall in global crude oil prices. Investors, who once had a
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Co-pilot flying AirAsia jet as it crashed   - 1/29/2015
The search for AirAsia Flight QZ8501 43 photos Crew members inspect bags containing bodies believed to be AirAsia flight victims on the deck of an Indonesian navy ship in the Java Sea on Friday, January
  
    



Military stops search and recovery mission   - 1/28/2015
Story highlights Indonesia's search agency says it will have 60 divers and 7 boats The military chief orders his teams to pull out of the wreckage area "We are really disappointed," a family member of
  
    


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AirAsia Search Will Continue Despite Military Withdrawal, Agency Says   - 1/28/2015
The head of Indonesia's search and rescue agency on Wednesday vowed to continue the search for victims of AirAsia Flight 8501, despite the country's military withdrawing from the search Tuesday, a month
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Biotech Crops Show Continued Growth, Benefits in 2014, Global Plantings Increase   - 1/28/2015
Eggplant and Potato Approvals Address Consumer Concerns BEIJING, China--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- In 2014, a record 181.5 million hectares of biotech crops were grown globally, an increase of more than six
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Swelling budget beckons global contractors   - 1/28/2015
JAKARTA -- Eyeing China's maritime presence, Indonesia is attempting to convert growing economic clout into greater military power. For the world's defense contractors, this means there is a competition
  
    



Chocolate Craving in Asia Seen Deepening as Economies Expand   - 1/28/2015
(Bloomberg) -- Chocolate demand in Asia will probably rise as much as 20 percent this year, spurred by confectionery and drinks consumption among young people, an industry group said. Demand will climb
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Indonesia's search for AirAsia crash victims could end in days   - 1/28/2015
JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesia's civilian search and rescue agency said on Wednesday it would continue to search for remains of victims from the AirAsia passenger jet that crashed into the sea killing
  
    



UPDATE 1-Indonesia's search for AirAsia crash victims could end in days   - 1/28/2015
(Adds fresh quotes, details, background) By Wilda Asmarini JAKARTA Jan 28 (Reuters) - Indonesia's search for dozens of victims still unaccounted for from last month's crash of an AirAsia
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Indonesian agency to continue search efforts for AirAsia crash victims   - 1/28/2015
Members of the Indonesian Air Force look through the windows of a Super Puma helicopter, during a search operation for the bodies of passengers onboard AirAsia Flight QZ8501, over Borneo beach as they
  
    



Kim Jong-un May Attend Int'l Conference in April   - 1/28/2015
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un is expected to make his debut on the international stage at the Asian-African Conference in Indonesia on April 24, the Kompas news agency reported Tuesday. Mochamad Ridwan
  
    



Indonesian President: 'Islam and democracy can go together'   - 1/28/2015
Story highlights Indonesian leader Joko Widodo has risen to power without ties to country's military or elite AirAsia Flight QZ8501's crash was among the first crises Widodo has faced Widodo has taken
  
    



Military stops search, recovery mission   - 1/28/2015
Story highlights The military chief orders teams to pull out of the wreckage area "We are really disappointed," a family member of people on the flight says Indonesia's search and rescue agency will continue
  
    



Crash report will not include black box data   - 1/28/2015
A preliminary report into the crash of an AirAsia passenger plane that killed 162 people last month will not include an analysis of the black box flight recorders, an Indonesian investigator said on Tuesday.
  
    



Bali bombing suspect believed killed in clash   - 1/28/2015
There is a "high likelihood" a Malaysian militant who is suspected of being behind the 2002 Bali bombings was killed in a Philippine police operation, a senior official said on Tuesday. Sunday's offensive
  
    



Miner's license renewal contingent upon smelter investment   - 1/28/2015
JAKARTA -- The Indonesian government is set to extend an operating license for gold and copper miner Freeport Indonesia, on the condition that the company commits to investing in a $2.3 billion smelter
  
    
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