Maluku


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Ma·lu·ku

 (mä-lo͞o′ko͞o)

Maluku

(mɑːˈluːkuː)
n
(Placename) the Indonesian name for the Moluccas
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The eleven provinces are Papua, West Papua, North Maluku, Maluku, NTT, NTB, Southeast Sulawesi, North Sulawesi, Central Kalimantan, West Kalimantan, East Kalimantan, North Sumatra, West Sumatera, Central Java and East Java.
However, among these conflicts the one in Maluku Province--perhaps the most severe of the five--has been relatively understudied.
After violence broke out between Muslims and Christians in Ambon in December 1998, it rapidly spread all over the large archipelagic province of Maluku.
This volume compiles 26 stories by local people writing in the spirit of obasudura,o a concept evoking care for others, about their experiences before, during, and after the conflict between Christian and Muslim communities in the Maluku Islands archipelago in Indonesia from 1999 to 2002, particularly in Ambon.
To Develop 20 MW Gunung Hamiding geothermal project in the province of North Maluku, Indonesia.
According to NASA, the moon will black out the sun over Indonesia's main western island of Sumatra, before moving across Sulawesi and Borneo, and then over to the Maluku Islands.
CAKARTA (CyHAN)- One person was killed, 22 others injured and more than 200 houses damaged after a shallow quake hit Maluku province in eastern Indonesia on Sunday, spokesman of the national disaster agency said on Monday.
The Bukanga Lonzo agro-industrial park in the province of Bandundu of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, will be connected to electricity this month through the power line of Maluku Bandundu.
In terms of provinces, the industries in North Maluku province recorded the highest production growth in the period reaching 29.
1-magnitude earthquake rocked the Maluku Islands in eastern Indonesia Saturday, sparking a tsunami warning and causing panicked people to flee their homes.
2 earthquake has hit central Indonesia, in the Molucca Sea, between Sulawesi and Maluku chain of islands, according to the USGS.
Grounded in North Maluku, Violence and Vengeance makes an immense contribution to our understanding of the ways in which religion shapes local understandings of violence.