Yesterday, the Ministry of Religion opened a Moroccan scholarship selection until the earthquake in Ternate –

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Jakarta ( – A number of humanities news yesterday, Sunday (14/5) are still interesting to read today, starting from the Ministry of Religion (Kemenag) opening scholarship selections in Morocco to a number of hamlets isolated due to the tidal flood in Demak.

Here’s a news summary:

– Ministry of Religion opens selection for 30 scholarship quotas in Morocco

The Indonesian Ministry of Religion (Kemenag) in collaboration with the Moroccan Embassy opened a selection of 30 scholarship quotas for Indonesian students who wish to study in Morocco. Selection registration for prospective scholarship recipients in Morocco is open from 15 to 23 May 2023.

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– Ministry of Health: Rejection of bill hampers increased protection for health workers

Spokesman for the Indonesian Ministry of Health, Mohammad Syahril, said that the rejection of the Omnibuslaw Health Bill (RUU) actually hampered efforts to increase legal protection for health workers (Nakes).

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– BKKBN: Harganas 2023 echoes the two eggs movement to prevent stunting

The National Population and Family Planning Agency (BKKBN) stated that National Family Day (harganas) in 2023 will louder the movement of the importance of eating two eggs to prevent stunting on society.

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– Menpora “mangente” youth in Ambon gave motivation

The Minister of Youth and Sports (Menpora) Dito Ariotedjo had the opportunity to organize or visit youth and athletes in Ambon City, to provide motivation as well as listen to aspirations.

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– An earthquake with a magnitude of 5.9 shook Ternate

The Meteorology, Climatology and Geophysics Agency (BMKG) reported that an earthquake with a magnitude of 5.9 rocked Ternate, North Maluku, Sunday night.

The BMKG in Jakarta noted that the earthquake occurred at 22.32 WIB centered on the sea, precisely at 0.49 north latitude and 126.90 east longitude.

The earthquake occurred at a sea depth of 109 km, 60 km southwest of Ternate, North Maluku.

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Herald: Lintang Budiyanti Prameswari
Editor: Nurul Hayat


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