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An elephant keeper collects food for the elephants at the Elephant Conservation Centre in Way Kambas National Park on Indonesia's Sumatra Island January 25, 2009. Since 1998, 22 elephants were born at Way Kambas Elephant Conservation Centre. Sumatran elephants, the smallest of all Asian elephants, are facing serious pressures arising from illegal logging and associated habitat loss and fragmentation in Indonesia, said Conservation Centre authorities. (REUTERS/Beawiharta)

Ramzar, a three-month-old Sumatran elephant, walks beside his parents at the Elephant Conservation Centre on January 25, 2009. (REUTERS/Beawiharta) #

Indonesian students wait for their turn to view an annular solar eclipse in Bandar Lampung, Indonesia Lampung province January 26, 2009. (REUTERS/Beawiharta) #

Indonesian Muslim people from Majelis Rasulullah conduct a prayer for Palestinians in Jakarta on January 17, 2009. (ADEK BERRY/AFP/Getty Images) #

An employee pours gold into a mold during processing at the PT Antam Tbk. precious metal refinery in Jakarta January 15, 2009. (REUTERS/Beawiharta) #

Singaporean Jemaah Islamiyah (JI) extremist, Mohammad Hasan bin Saynudin (center with beard), and nine other terror suspects sit behind the bars of the South Jakarta court detention house before their trial on January 13, 2009. The ten suspects were rounded up in and around Palembang in late June and early July, 2008 and were accused of forming a dangerous cell linked to some of the region's most wanted extremists. (BAY ISMOYO/AFP/Getty Images) #

A worker carries containers of crude oil to be processed into fuel at a well on December 22, 2008 in Bojonegoro, Indonesia. Crude oil mining is undertaken in what is known as the "eternal oil fields" using traditional methods and simple equipment. (Ulet Ifansasti/Getty Images) #

Crude oil sprays from a well bucket as a result of mining processes on December 22, 2008 in Bojonegoro, Indonesia. The "eternal oil field" reserves were rediscovered here, just over 100km from Surabaya in 2005, although the 210 wells date back to Dutch colonial times. (Ulet Ifansasti/Getty Images) #

A worker attempts to extinguish a flame at the source of an oil well on December 22, 2008 in Bojonegoro, Indonesia. (Ulet Ifansasti/Getty Images) #

A worker inspects crude oil resulting from mining processes at a well December 23, 2008 in Bojonegoro, Indonesia. The 2005 rediscovery of these fields was the biggest in Indonesia in three decades, and remains one of the biggest oil reserves in Indonesia. (Ulet Ifansasti/Getty Images) #

A mine worker takes part in the extraction of crude oil from a well on December 23, 2008 in Bojonegoro, Indonesia. (Ulet Ifansasti/Getty Images) #

Distilled diesel oil pours in to a tank as it waits for the sale to a distributor December 22, 2008 in Bojonegoro, Indonesia. These fields are mined jointly by the state oil company Pertamina and a subsidiary of ExxonMobil. Fields such as those at Banyu Urip alone produce up to 170,000 barrels per day, accounting for 20 percent of Indonesia's crude oil production.(Ulet Ifansasti/Getty Images) #

A child sits on a railway track near an open-air vegetable stall in Jakarta January 30, 2009. (REUTERS/Beawiharta) #

A member of Prosperous Justice Party (PKS) carries a Palestinian flag during a rally in Jakarta, against Israel's offensive in the Gaza Strip January 11, 2009. (REUTERS/Supri) #

This handout photo taken on January 17, 2009 and received by Michele Paolino, captain of the Wellard Rural Exports livestock ship MV Becrux, on January 22, 2009 shows three Indonesian fishermen adrift on debris in the Java Sea after their ship sank. The Australian livestock company said on January 22 it had rescued the three Indonesian fishermen who claimed to have drifted for seven days on the makeshift raft after their fishing boat sank off Indonesia on January 10. (Michele Paolino/AFP/Getty Images) #

Firefighters battle a massive fire at one of Jakarta's largest fuel terminals early Monday Jan. 19, 2009 in Jakarta, Indonesia. It was unclear what started the fire, but "explosions were heard from the tank," said Afendi, a worker at the Pertamina national oil company which operates the fuel depot.(AP Photo/Ed Wray) #

This photo shows land readied for palm oil plantation use on Borneo island on November 20, 2008. #

An orangutan is seen with an tranquilizer dart in his side - to make him sleep before rangers relocate him to another place on Borneo island, away from this palm oil plantation. In the middle of Borneo island, a struggle against deforestation is lead by Yayasan Orangutan Indonesia (Yayorin) who tries to convince indigenous people not to sell their lands to palm oil companies, which are vital to the orangutan. Photo taken on November 19, 2008. (AFP/AFP/Getty Images) #

A ranger is seen carrying an unconscious orangutan, as he works to relocate him on Borneo island, Indonesia on November 19, 2008. (AFP/AFP/Getty Images) #

A man smokes a cigarette near a traditional schooner at Sunda Kelapa port in Jakarta January 14, 2009. (REUTERS/Beawiharta) #

A worker carries a sack of cement inside the hull of a traditional schooner headed for Sumatra island at Sunda Kelapa port in Jakarta January 14, 2009. (REUTERS/Beawiharta #

A traditional gold miner walks past by a large mining pit in Hampalit, Central Kalimantan, Indonesia, Thursday, April 24, 2008. With the price of gold tripling since 2001, tens of thousands of remote mining sites have sprung up mostly in Asia, Latin America and Africa. (AP Photo/Dita Alangkara) #

Traditional miners pan for gold at a mine in Hampalit, Central Kalimantan, Indonesia, Thursday, April 24, 2008. (AP Photo/Dita Alangkara) #

Rohingya refugees sit in their encampment at a military base Friday, Jan. 30, 2009 on Sabang, off the Coast of Banda Aceh, Indonesia. The Indonesian government is decding what to do with the 193 would-be immigrants - the Rohingya are a Muslim ethnic group from Myanmar - who were rescued from a decrepit boat found drifting with inadequate supplies by Acehnese fishermen. (AP Photo/Binsar Bakkara) #

Acehnese fishermen wait for customers at the Lampulo fishing port in Banda Aceh, Indonesia, Wednesday, Jan. 28, 2009. (AP Photo/Binsar Bakkara) #

Residents use a rubber boat to help others collecting belongings from their flooded houses in Jakarta, Indonesia, Thursday, Jan. 15, 2009. Heavy overnight rain triggered flooding in many parts of the city, as it does every year around the rainy season. (AP Photo/Irwin Fedriansyah) #

Indonesian children stand inside their home above a lake contaminated with garbage in the slums of northern Jakarta January 10, 2009. (REUTERS/Supri) #

A Muslim woman attends a yoga lesson in Bandung, west of Java January 30, 2009. Indonesian yoga teachers disputed recently that the practice was damaging for Muslims after the country's top Islamic body issued a fatwa banning followers from yoga that includes chanting, mantras or meditation. (REUTERS/Enny Nuraheni) #

Men from the Mony tribe carry arrows during a traditional ceremony for a handover of land from the tribe to the government in Waghete Paniyai village in Indonesia's Papua province January 29, 2009. (REUTERS/Muhammad Yamin) #

A farmer collects latex at a rubber plantation in Kemiri village on the outskirts of Jember, Indonesia's East Java province December 30, 2008. The world's top three rubber-producing nations last week stepped up efforts to revive ailing prices, agreeing to cut next year's exports by a sixth and banning more sales until prices rebound by nearly 25 per cent. Indonesia is the second largest natural rubber producer after Thailand. (REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas) #

Workers collect rust near a ship demolition site in Jakarta January 12, 2009. It takes a dozen workers up to two months to break up a ship for its valuable scrap metal. The women earn around $2 if they can collect about 100 kg of rust. (REUTERS/Beawiharta) #

An  elephant keeper feeds milk to Peppy, a Sumatran  elephant who was trapped in a well a year ago at the  Elephant Conservation Centre in Way Kambas National Park on  Indonesia's Sumatra Island January 25, 2009. (REUTERS/Beawiharta) #

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A Brahminy Kite (Haliastur indus), also known as the Red-backed Sea-eagle, stands inside a cage at Pulau Kotok bird rehabilitation centre in the Thousand Islands, north of Jakarta, Indonesia on January 27, 2010. The mascot of Indonesia's capital, Brahminy Kites are protected eagles and have been under threat in the Thousand Islands as they were captured and sold illegally as status symbols. (REUTERS/Beawiharta)

A worker looks through incense sticks during a drying process ahead of the Chinese Lunar New Year at an incense factory in Tangerang, Indonesia's Banten province February 8, 2010. (REUTERS/Beawiharta) #

Thousands of motorists sit stuck in the morning gridlock after a group of protesters blocked one of Jakarta's main roads on February 22, 2010. The number of motor vehicles including motorcycles in greater Jakarta has almost tripled in the past eight years to 9.52 million. Meanwhile road space has grown less than one percent annually since 2004, according to the Indonesian Transport Society. (BAY ISMOYO/AFP/Getty Images) #

A member of the traditional Baduy (or Badui) tribe carries wood from the river to sell at their village in the forest area of the Kendeng mountains on February 7, 2010 in Banten, Indonesia. The traditional community consists of around 5,000-8,000 people spread across a hilly area of just 50 square kilometers. Their religion, known as Agama Sunda Wiwitan, combines elements of Hinduism, Buddhism and traditional beliefs, including various taboos such as not eating food at night, touching money, accepting gold or silver or even cutting their hair. (Ulet Ifansasti/Getty Images) #

A teacher comforts a crying pupil at the temporary school in the Bantar Gebang landfill site, one of Jakarta's biggest dump sites, on January 26, 2010 in Jakarta, Indonesia. Children who live and work at the landfill site are schooled by day before going to help their parents scavenge and sell their finds after classes are over. Around 6,000 metric tons of garbage are dumped daily at the landfill site. (Ulet Ifansasti/Getty Images) #

Eleven-year-old Nung stands on the mountain of rubbish where she will collect plastic, at the Bantar Gebang landfill site, one of Jakarta's biggest dump sites, on January 27, 2010. (Ulet Ifansasti/Getty Images) #

Young Ratna studies a map she found amongst the rubbish, while her brother, Basir separates the plastic he has collected at the Bantar Gebang landfill site, on January 26, 2010 in Jakarta, Indonesia. (Ulet Ifansasti/Getty Images) #

Workers sleep on the deck of a wooden ship as they travel to Jakarta for work from the Thousand Island district of Indonesia on January 27, 2010. The Thousand Islands district consists of about 105 small islands with around 30,000 inhabitants.  (REUTERS/Beawiharta) #

Workers attend a production line at a shoe factory in Tangerang on January 27, 2010. The Indonesian trade minister said that the local shoe industry was ready to compete with China as the free trade agreement between Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) and China took full effect on January 1, 2010. (ADEK BERRY/AFP/Getty Images) #

An Indonesian police officer peeks through riot shields during an anti-government rally outside the presidential palace in Jakarta January 28, 2010. Thousands of anti-government protesters rallied on Thursday to mark the first 100 days of President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono's second term. (REUTERS/Beawiharta) #

A technician repairs a tractor inside the PT Aneka Tambang gold mine in Pongkor, West Java, Indonesia, on Thursday, Jan. 28, 2010. (Dimas Ardian/Bloomberg) #

A man arrested for gambling is struck with a cane six times during a public caning at the compound of a mosque in Aceh Besar on January 29, 2010. The man was arrested for gambling while his three companions escaped.  Aceh province has a special autonomy and it has defined itself as apart from the rest of Indonesia by implementing Shariah law and creating a religious police. (CHAIDEER MAHYUDDIN/AFP/Getty Images) #

A laborer works on the top of an iron scaffolding next to a giant advertisement board in Jakarta on February 7, 2010. (BAY ISMOYO/AFP/Getty Images) #

Sumbanese men carrying wooden spears ride their horses during a ritual war festival called Pasola in Lamboya, West Sumbawa February 6, 2010. During the annual festival, two groups of Sumbanese men ride their horses and fling wooden spears at each other. (REUTERS/Murdani Usman) #

A child looks from behind her umbrella after a dance ahead of a Chinese Lunar New Year celebration in Jakarta, February 12, 2010. (REUTERS/Beawiharta) #

Three Indonesian students have their lips sewn together during a protest marking the 100th day since President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono's swearing in for his second term, in Jakarta, Indonesia, Monday, Jan. 26, 2009. Student activists staged the protest demanding Yudhoyono to step down over his failure to lead the country to get out of the economic and political crisis. (AP Photo/Irwin Fedriansyah) #

A fisherman tries to get close to a migrant whale shark from his wooden boat near Bentar beach in Probolinggo of Indonesia's East Java province February 4, 2010. (REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas) #

A worker silkscreens T-shirts at the PT Caladi Lima Sembilan garment factory in Bandung, West Java, Indonesia, on Wednesday, Feb. 10, 2010. (Dimas Ardian/Bloomberg) #

Tigers recently confiscated from the residence of an Indonesian businessman sit inside a cage at Animal Rescue Center run by Indonesian Forestry Ministry and Animal Sanctuary Trust Indonesia (ASTI) in Bogor, West Java, Indonesia, Monday, Feb. 22, 2010. Conservationists recently slammed a government plan that would allow Indonesians to keep endangered Sumatran tigers as pets if they give a $100,000 deposit and build a large enough enclosure. The tigers' DNA is currently being tested to determine their species. (AP Photo/Irwin Fedriansyah) #

A boy smiles as he plays soccer in a paddy field in Karawang, in Indonesia's West Java province January 21, 2009. (REUTERS/Beawiharta) #

A worker cooks dodol on the wood stove in a home business in Tangerang, Banten province February 6, 2010. Dodol, which is made of sticky rice, coconut milk, and palm sugar, is a special delicacy sold during the Chinese New Year period in Indonesia. The business increases its production of dodol products by about 50 percent due to higher demand ahead of the celebration.  (REUTERS/Supri) #

The leg of a patient is chained to a post at the Galuh foundation for people with mental health conditions on February 10, 2010 in Bekasi, Indonesia. Belief in black magic is commonplace in Indonesia, where there is much ignorance over mental health issues, with traditional healers instead consulted for apparent sufferers. 2007 figures suggested that 4.6% of the nation suffered from serious mental disorders in a country whose population now stands at around 230 million, with only around 700 psychiatrists across 48 psychiatric hospitals available to help treat those affected. (Ulet Ifansasti/Getty Images) #

A patient named Yoyo is bathed at the Galuh foundation for mental patients in East Bekasi near Jakarta on February 11, 2010 in Bekasi, Indonesia. With limited mental heatlth care available in Indonesia, sufferers usually turn to black magic and are taken to "dukuns" or healers who are believed to have magical powers.  (Ulet Ifansasti/Getty Images) #

A villager stands at a protected forest area to collect grass for his livestock in Mojokerto, East Java province February 11, 2010. (REUTERS /Sigit Pamungkas) #

A worker stands on a steel rods at a construction site of Kuningan City superblock in Jakarta February 2, 2010. (REUTERS/Beawiharta) #

Contestants in traditional dresses take part in Social Cultural Transvestite Queen beauty pageant in Banda Aceh, Aceh province, Indonesia, late Saturday, Feb. 13, 2010. The transvestite beauty pageant was held for the first time in the country's only province that officially adopted Islamic sharia law. Nearly all of the province's 4 million residents are Muslim. (AP Photo/Heri Juanda) #

A young boy wades through floods in Jakarta on February 13, 2010. Thousands of residents took refuge after annual floods hit brink areas of the Ciliwung river caused by heavy rains in Bogor and Jakarta, according to local reports. (ADEK BERRY/AFP/Getty Images) #

An activist from the Center for Orangutan Protection (COP) dressed as a "Na'vi" character from James Cameron's movie "Avatar" participates in a protest against replacing forests with palm oil plantations, in Jakarta, Indonesia, Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2010. (AP Photo/Achmad Ibrahim) #

A worker carries a sack of rice at a paddy field in Karawang, in Indonesia's West Java province January 21, 2009. (REUTERS/Beawiharta) #

A bronze statue depicting US President Barack Obama as a boy with a butterfly on his finger is kept on a table in a classroom of the Menteng One primary school on February 16, 2010 as it awaits re-installation in the government school compound located in the affluent Menteng district in Jakarta where the young Obama attended in the late 1960's. The statue was removed from a nearby park following opposition by some groups. A portrait of Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono is seen at top left with Vice President Boediono at top right. (ROMEO GACAD/AFP/Getty Images) #

Workers process milkfish at a fish farm and hatchery near Pulau Pramuka in the Thousand Islands, north of Jakarta, February 18, 2010. The fish farm, which has a floating hatchery with an area of 3,000 square metres, produces more than 400 kilograms of boneless milkfish a day. (REUTERS/Beawiharta) #

A student in pig suit yawns during a parade celebrating the upcoming Chinese New Year on a street in Jakarta, Indonesia, Friday, Feb. 12, 2010. (AP Photo/Irwin Fedriansyah) #

Rescuers carry a dead victim of a landslide at the Dewata village in Pasir Jambu, West Java, on February 24, 2010.  Rescuers said that hopes were fading for more than 60 people missing after a landslide struck south of the capital Jakarta, killing at least seven people. (BAY ISMOYO/AFP/Getty Images) #

Villagers mourn the loss of relatives as the search continues for people buried under a landslide on February 24, 2010 in Dewata, West Java, Indonesia. A heavy rain caused a landslide that destroyed houses, factories and offices at a tea plantation. (Ulet Ifansasti/Getty Images) #

A villager looks at houses buried by a landslide at Dewata village in Pasir Jambu, West Java, on February 24, 2010. (BAY ISMOYO/AFP/Getty Images) #

A caterpillar hangs from a silk thread in Jakarta on January 30, 2010. (REUTERS/Beawiharta) #
"Δικό σου είναι αυτό που δεν μπορεί να υπάρξει χωρίς εσένα"
The Little Prince - Antoine de Saint-Exupéry


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