TRIBUNBEKASI.COM — Internet technology makes the world seem to have no limits of time and distance.
All the events taking place in the world are quickly broadcast to the four corners of the world in minutes, even seconds, via cable networks and radio links.
It is therefore not surprising that the deadly tragedy at Kanjuruhan Stadium, Malang, East Java, Indonesia is known to people in England, the United States, India and others.
In the UK, this incident was published by the Mirror and Daily Star pages 6 hours after the sad event.
The two British newspapers cited a number of media outlets in Indonesia, including Surya Malang and Kompas.com.
Meanwhile, the American media that covered this event was FOX News, which also quoted several media in Indonesia.
The national daily in India and CBC in Canada also published information on this event.
The international media clearly reported the death toll, which was 127 people. Even Radio-Canada contains an update of the data by mentioning the death toll at 129 people.
They also included a statement from East Java Police Chief Inspector General Nico Afinta regarding the alleged cause of death.
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