Kompas: Indonesian News Reader
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The publication was initially named Bentara Rakyat (People's Herald). At President Sukarno's suggestion, it was renamed to Kompas (compass), for the direction-finding instrument.
Kompas began publication on June 28, 1965 from an office in central Jakarta, with an initial circulation of 4,800 copies. Since 1969, it has been the largest national newspaper in Indonesia. In 2004, its daily circulation reached some 530,000 copies, and its Sunday edition, 610,000 copies. Readership totaled some 2.25 million.
Like many major daily newspapers, Kompas is divided into three major parts: a front section containing national and international news, a business and finance section, and a sports section.
Kompas features the Benny & Mice and Panji Koming comic strip every Sunday.
Disclaimer: This is not official Harian Metro application. The content the app shows comes from publicly available rss feeds from the newspapers and thus the app is not to be held responsible for any of the content displayed.
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