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see HalmaheraHalmahera
or Jailolo
, island (1990 pop. 138,000), c.7,000 sq mi (18,100 sq km), E Indonesia, between New Guinea and Sulawesi, on the equator. The largest of the Moluccas and irregular in shape, it consists of two intersecting mountain ranges (rising to c.
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, Indonesia.
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Indonesia's meteorological agency said a tsunami wave of 9 centimeters (3.54 inches) washed onto the small island of Jailolo but caused no damage.
- Ring of fire - Tsunami waves nine centimetres high were detected at Jailolo on Halmahera island, in the Maluku Islands, the meteorological agency said.
Since the 1780s the rebel movement of Prince Kaichiki Nuku and his successor Raja Jailolo had been campaigning for the restoration of the fourth kingdom of the Moluccas under its own raja.
110; and idem., 'Raja Jailolo, 1811-1832, gerakan nativisme di Maluku', paper presented at the Seminar Sejarah Nasional III, Jakarta, 1982.
Meanwhile, at least eight people were killed and 16 others seriously injured in religious-related violence in the Jailolo subdistrict of North Maluku Province on Wednesday, North Maluku Gov.
This type of leadership was adopted from the sultanate system of Tidore, Ternate, and Jailolo in the sixteenth century (see Kamma 1947-49; Andaya 1993).
Among the flooded sub-districts were South Jailolo, West Halmahera district, and Oba...
A number of areas in Indonesia have potential geothermal reserves such as Seulawah (NAD), Tampomas, Cisolok--Sukarame (West Java), Gunung Unggaran (East Java), Ngebel Wilis (East Java) and Jailolo (North Halmahera).
in a village in the Jailolo district of the provincial capital town Ternate, a predominantly Muslim area, the report said.
Nuku's desire to reestablish the principality of Jailolo 250 years after its fall is another example of the long memory of the Malukans.
The two Sultans (whose forebears were known as raja [M]) (heads of adat [M] or traditional customs) were in constant conflict with each other and with the neighbouring Sultans of Jailolo and Baean as well as with the Portuguese, Spanish, English and Dutch.