Dozens of Jakarta neighbourhoods were flooded Tuesday after torrential rains pounded Indonesia’s capital, less than two months after nearly 70 people were killed in some of the megacity’s worst flooding in years.
Indonesia criticizes a US study questioning why it hadn’t yet recorded coronavirus case.
Indonesia’s economy grew more slowly than expected last year.
Indonesia said Wednesday it has cut ties with the WWF as it accused the global conservation group of overstepping its mandate in the country and unfairly criticising efforts to extinguish out-of-control forest fires last year.
An American journalist working for an environmental website has been arrested over an alleged visa violation in Indonesia that could send him to jail for years, his employer said Wednesday.
Nine people drowned and another was missing after a bridge collapsed on Indonesia’s Sumatra island, the disaster agency said Monday.
The root of the problem is that living standards are not rising fast enough. This is because President Jokowi, like his predecessors, has not been able to implement a viable path towards accelerated economic growth.
Indonesian rescuers flew helicopters stuffed with food to flood-hit communities.
Torrential rains pound Jakarta, triggering floods and landslides that killed at least 29.
At least 35 people were killed when a bus plunged into a ravine in Indonesia, officials said in a new toll Thursday, making it one of the most deadly bus accidents in recent years.
In 2018, trade between Cambodia and Indonesia reached $550 million.
Indonesia’s rich cultural art had always fascinated the outside world and it is undeniable that the stunning work of Batik.
Tens of thousands of pigs have died from African swine fever in North Sumatra.
Muslim-majority Indonesia will deploy nearly 200,000 security personnel nationwide ahead of Christmas to guard against potential terror attacks, police said Tuesday.
Indonesia files a lawsuit against the EU over plans to phase out palm oil-based biofuel.
An Indonesian cave painting that depicts a prehistoric hunting scene could be the world’s oldest figurative artwork dating back nearly 44,000 years, pointing to an advanced artistic culture, according to new research.
The only Indonesian city still ruled by a Sultan, Yogyakarta is home to heritage buildings, landmarks and important monuments which, along with classical Javanese fine arts and culture, draw millions of tourists every year.
Forest fires that raged across Indonesia dented Southeast Asia’s biggest economy to the tune of some $5.2 billion, the World Bank said yesterday, not including the health impacts from toxic haze that sent air quality plummeting.
A Sumatran tiger has killed an Indonesian farmer, police said Friday, marking the second fatal attack by the critically endangered species in less than a month.
When Indonesian President Joko ‘Jokowi’ Widodo triggered mass protests in September over his support for regressive amendments to the Criminal Code and the founding statute of Indonesia’s Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK), he beat a hasty retreat.
Currently, Cambodia’s domestic issue is being over-internationalized- this leads to the undermining of the country’s sovereignty, independence, peaceful democratization, and economic well-being.
Indonesia is a land that is rich with arts and cultural diversity. With thousands of impressive historical sites to see, there is no doubt that one would need more than a week to visit most of the incredible places there.
A suspected suicide bombing outside a police station in Indonesia has left at least one attacker dead and six other people wounded, authorities said Wednesday.
The decision by the Indonesian and Malaysian governments to allow fugitive Cambodian politicians to use their countries as political platforms against the Cambodian government is a clear violation of the non-interference principle of Asean.
Ten people, including several teenagers, were killed in Indonesia’s post-election riots, the human rights commission said, as it accused police of beating up protesters.
Indonesia’s President Joko Widodo’s new cabinet welds two different visions of Indonesia together. One vision sees a bright future – for Indonesia to transform itself into a major economic power and bring prosperity to millions of Indonesians.
Indonesia’s central bank cut interest rates for the fourth month in a row.
Indonesia’s new cabinet members were introduced at an informal presentation on the palace steps Wednesday, with President Joko Widodo tapping his election arch-rival – a former general with a chequered rights record – as defence minister.
Widodo is sworn in for his second 5-year term at an inauguration ceremony attended by foreign dignitaries and special envoys.
Indonesian police said they have arrested more than two dozen suspected militants after members of a network linked to the Islamic State (IS) group tried to assassinate a government minister.