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Jakarta Telekom XL Axiata Axis Capital Group Indonesia XL Completes Takeover of Axis

Jakarta. Telecommunications company XL Axiata concluded its acquisition of Axis Telekom Indonesia on Wednesday, bolstering Indonesia’s second-largest service provider. “The acquisition of Axis by XL will create a healthier telecommunications industry…,” XL president director Hasnul Suhaimi said on Thursday. XL acquired a 95 percent stake in Axis, which it bought from Saudi Telecom Company for $865 million. It secured $865 million in loans from XL shareholders, Bank UOB, Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi and Bank DBS to help finance the takeover. XL, which counted 60.5 million subscribers as of last year, has secured all the requirements from the relevant authorities to purchase Axis. The latest approval came from Indonesia’s Antimonopoly Commission (KPPU).

XL Axiata Shareholders Approve Acquisition of Axis Telecom Indonesia

Jakarta. XL Axiata, the second-largest telecommunication provider in Indonesia, gained approval from shareholders to acquire Axis Telecom Indonesia, paving the way for the merger of the company.

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 Traveler’s Diarrhea: □ Azithromycin: 1000 mg (four 250 mg tablets once) for one day (this regimen may cause nausea) or two 250mg tabs once a day for 1-3 days (less risk of nausea)  Malaria Medication Options: See CDC country specific risk for malaria in Southeast Asia. Risk tends to be in rural areas in Southeast Asia. No risk in the following areas/cities: Brunei; Rangoon (Yangon) and Mandalay in Burma (Myanmar); at temple complex at Angkor Wat, Phnom Penh, and around Lake Tonle Sap in Cambodia; Jakarta or resort areas of Bali and Java in Indonesia; Vientiane, Laos; urban areas in Philippines; Singapore; Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai, Koh Phangan, Koh Samui, Pattaya, Phang Nga and Phuket in Thailand; Da Nang, Haiphong, Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon), Nha Trang, and Qui Nhon in Vietnam. Mefloquine resistance in rural parts of Thailand. □ Malarone: One tablet once daily; start one to two days before travel to region with malaria, every day while in at risk area, and for seven days after leaving at risk area. □ Doxycycline: One 100mg once daily; start one to two days before travel to region with malaria, every day while in at risk area, and for 28 days after leaving at risk area.

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Al-Qaeda at the Crossroads: How the terror group is ... - ICSR

There is a perception in some quarters that the terrorist threat to this country [Great Britain] has evaporated. Bin Laden is dead, Al Qaida’s senior leadership in Pakistan is under serious pressure and there hasn’t been a major attack here for seven years. That is all true. But we need to look more closely at what has actually been going on. Jonathan Evans, Director-General of the Security Service, Address at the Lord Mayor’s Annual Defence and Security Lecture, Mansion House, City of London, 25 June 2012 T he future of al-Qaeda is in the balance. The killing of Osama Bin Laden may have been the pivotal point at which the group’s troubles became evident, but it was not the cause of the problems from which it now suffers. Instead, it has been engulfed by a series of far greater challenges, including the decimation of its leadership corps and the Arab Spring. This paper explores the debate about where al-Qaeda now finds itself and its possible future trajectory. Over the last two years, the United States has successfully targeted and killed a number of key al-Qaeda leaders through drone strikes. The effect has been arresting. Among the first high-profile targets was Mustafa abu al-Yazid, an Egyptian al-Qaeda operative largely credited with managing the group’s relationship with the Taliban. He was killed in May 2010 in Pakistan, emboldening the American administration’s view of the utility of drones. About ten core leaders have been subsequently killed, including Atiyah Abd al-Rahman, Abu Hafs al-Shahri, Samir Khan, Anwar al-Awlaki, and Abu Yahya al-Libi. The loss of these leaders – often in quick succession – has placed the group at a crossroads. Will it endure? Can it survive? And, if so, how?