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11
March

Timor-Leste Minister of Trade and Industry, Filipus Nino Pereira. (Photo: VOI/Andy Romdoni)

 

VOInews, Jakarta: Timor-Leste government targets that in 2025 the country can fully accede to ASEAN, Timor-Leste Minister of Trade and Industry Filipus Nino Pereira said in an interview with RRI Voice of Indonesia on Sunday (10/3). Pereira said that with this target, all ministries that have a connection with ASEAN are working and coordinating to achieve the target. 

08
March

A man stands next to an AI (artificial intelligence) signage at the Mobile World Congress (MWC), the telecom industry's biggest annual gathering, in Barcelona on Tuesday (27/2/2024). (Photo: AFP/Pau Barrena)

 

Chinese Foreign Minister, Wang Yi proposed that there will be an international body that regulates artificial intelligence (AI) under the United Nations (UN). In a press conference on "China's Diplomacy and Foreign Relations Policy" in Beijing on Thursday (7/3/2024), he said that China prioritizes three things regarding the development of AI: firstly ensuring AI benefits the general welfare of humanity, secondly, ensuring safe use so that AI is always under human control, and thirdly, ensuring the establishment of an international governance body for AI under the UN framework that allows all countries to participate in and benefit equally from AI development.

04
March

Kegiatan penandatanganan kerja sama antara PT INARO Tujuh Belas selaku penyelenggara BIAS dengan Yayasan CARE Peduli (YCP) di Jakarta. (Foto:RRI/Ryan Suryadi)

 

VOInews, Jakarta: Indonesian Coordinating Ministry for Maritime Affairs and Investment will hold the Bali International Airshow 2024 (BIAS) in September 2024. This was started with a signing between PT INARO Tujuh Belas as the organizer of BIAS and the CARE Peduli Foundation (YCP).

04
March

The head of the Tunisian General Labour Union (UGTT), Noureddine Taboubi, speaks during a protest against a proposed legislation that will grant the government sweeping powers over NGOs, on Saturday (2/3/2024). (Photo: AFP/Fethi Belaid)

 

VOInews.id: Tunisian civil society groups fear the government is planning to starve them of foreign funding under the pretext of fighting money laundering and terrorism. Tunisian president Kais Saied, who launched a sweeping power grab in 2021 and rules by decree, has accused many non-government organizations of serving "foreign agendas".