5:08 pm August 1, 2014 | No Comment
Five people died, six were injured and 17 houses were set alight in two separate clashes between villages in Ambon, Central Maluku on Thursday night.
4:38 pm August 1, 2014 | No Comment
One person died and first responders were searching for seven more missing people after a ferry sunk in South Sulawesi, the fourth such sinking in a week across the archipelago.
4:14 pm August 1, 2014 | No Comment
Five members of Free Papua Organization (OPM) were shot dead and two Indonesian soldiers were injured in an exchange of gunfire in Lanny Jaya district on Friday morning.
4:15 am August 1, 2014 | No Comment
Kendari, the capital of Southeast Sulawesi, provides the perfect base to get out and explore, with daily flights available from Jakarta to Kendari, via Makassar.
12:10 am August 1, 2014 | 2 Comments
As president-elect, Joko Widodo has begun to realize that if he moves alone in leading the country for the next five years, he can face many of the common dangers that may jeopardize the real fabric of the country in the long term. He may experience a “bumping over crisis and change.”
12:05 am August 1, 2014 | No Comment
Rumors abound amid lobbying by political parties to form parliamentary coalitions in the lead-up to the next administration under President-Elect Joko Widodo and Vice President-Elect Jusuf Kalla.
10:45 pm July 31, 2014 | 1 Comment
While the nation’s multi-ethnic founding fathers and religious groups unanimously agreed on the creation of a pluralistic state on Aug. 17, 1945 — albeit after a series of heated debates prior to Indonesia’s declaration of independence — clashes between groups of different spiritual beliefs continue to run rampant across the archipelago.
10:10 pm July 31, 2014 | 7 Comments
Jakarta. Canberra has cleared Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono of any involvement in an international corruption scandal implicating two subsidiaries of the Australian central bank, in a case that only came to light following a revelation by Wikileaks about a nationwide gagging order on the Australian media against reporting on the matter. The so-called super […]
10:02 pm July 31, 2014 | No Comment
At least 25 people in Indonesia, including six children, have died and 13 are missing in two separate boat sinkings, officials said on Thursday, as millions travel across the country for the Idu Fitri holiday season.
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