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Thursday, January 17, 2013

Not just the headlines of mass media in the country, which still floods hit Jakarta also reported extensively by the world's leading media.

Jakarta Floods Map

Not just the headlines of mass media in the country, which still floods hit Jakarta also reported extensively by the world's leading media.

Britain's leading broadcasting networks, BBC, down the title "Indonesian capital Jakarta hit by deadly flooding" (Indonesian capital Jakarta floods struck off).

According to the BBC, major flooding in Jakarta caused by heavy rains for several days before it was shut down roads and business centers in Jakarta.

The BBC also quoted the Governor of DKI Jakarta Jakarta Joko Widodo that has been set in an emergency.

Meanwhile, ABC Radio Australia, lowering his website headline, "Thousands evacuated as floods Jakarta" (thousands of people displaced by floods in Jakarta).

ABC highlights the disaster response team prepares to evacuate about 350 thousand people in Jakarta, while tens of thousands of people had already been evacuated.

Australian media also quote the Indonesian authorities that the statements Jakarta flood is feared will be the same with a similar flood in 2007.

Same with BBC News. ABC also released a statement Jokowi, including the governor's determination to seek a "breakthrough" in the flood.

Meanwhile, real-time data network based in the United States, Bloomberg, news announcements emergency lowering in Jakarta in an article titled "Jakarta Emergency Declared as Floods Swamp President's Office".

Bloomberg also mentioned the flood this with a visit Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner to President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono is also scheduled to host the Prime Minister of Japan Shinzo Abe the next day.

Bloomberg also released Jokowi emergency announcements.

While the Malaysian news agency, Bernama, lowering the news about the possibility of Malaysians in Jakarta diungsikannya.

"Malaysian Embassy in Jakarta preparing contingency plans to evacuate citizens living in Jakarta Malaysia if the situation continues to deteriorate," wrote Named the official page in English.

Different from Bernama, America's leading economic daily, the Wall Street Journal, lowering the news on its website titled "Jakarta Floods Paralyze" (Flood paralyzes Jakarta).

The Journal reported flooding in Jakarta, killing at least four people and left thousands of people forced to leave their homes.

The Journal also reported that floods have made President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono to step a meeting with Argentine President Cristina Kirchner, up to about 90 minutes.

Then, the top U.S. newspaper, the New York Times, on its website down the title "Torrential Rains Paralyze Jakarta" (Jakarta Heavy rain paralyzes).

The Times said the heavy rains which made the capital of Indonesia was hit by floods and crippling Jakarta, has claimed four lives and thousands were displaced.

"Some parts of the city submerged in water up to about six feet, and even the Presidential Palace was also not spared because the water also entered the Palace complex. While the business center soaked in water as high as approximately 18 inches," wrote The Times.

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