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Indonesian Muslims pray at the Istiqlal Mosque in the capital Jakarta to mark the start of the holy month of Ramadan.
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Several killed after 6.2 magnitude earthquake on Indonesia's Sumatra
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Dutch leader apologises for 'extreme violence' in Indonesia
A report found that Dutch troops had committed atrocities between 1945 and 1949.
Indonesian war of independence explored in new Amsterdam exhibition
The exhibit is jointly curated by Dutch and Indonesian curators but has already courted controversy over some language used.
Indonesian croc freed after five years trapped in tyre
A 5.2-metre-long wild crocodile in Indonesia who was trapped in a tyre for more than five years is freed, freed from its rubber vice by a local resident
Indonesia is building a new capital because its current one is sinking
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24,000 evacuated, two dead in Indonesian floods
Heavy flooding on Indonesia's Sumatra island has left two children dead and forced some 24,000 people to flee their homes.
The Indonesian conservationists saving endangered gibbons
“We can now only sometimes hear the sounds of the gibbons in the morning or evening. Before, according to locals, it used to be very noisy.”
120 Rohingya refugees disembark in Indonesia port
A group of 120 Rohingya Muslims disembarked from a boat that had drifted for days off Indonesia’s northernmost province of Aceh and was towed by a navy ship into port;
Art Trends 2022: Exploring the outside world and colonial legacies
The European art world is increasingly commissioning content that explores and confronts the continent's uncomfortable colonial legacies.
Indonesian community tells the story of Jesus through shadow puppets
A small Indonesian community is celebrating Christmas by performing traditional shadow puppet shows about the birth of Christ as the pandemic shutters most public performances.
At least 34 dead and scores injured in Indonesia volcanic eruption
The sudden eruption of Mount Semeru on Indonesia’s most densely populated island of Java killed at least 34 people and injured dozens.
"Squid game" in a civil service competition in Indonesia.
An unusual antidote to the stress of recruitment exams has been offered to candidates hoping to join a civil service department in Indonesia.
Bali: What to do and where to stay in the Ubud jungle district
In the heart of the rainforest, you're never short of activities and delights.
Why has Indonesia ended a multi-million euro forest protection deal with Norway?
Indonesia rejects UN-backed deforestation initiative after Norway fails to pay up.
This exhibition gives you a fish’s eye view of a plastic-filled ocean
An environmental conservation group has built this highly Instagrammable outdoor exhibition to bring attention to the ocean plastics crisis.
Indonesia prison fire kills 41 drug inmates, 80 hospitalised
A massive fire raged through an overcrowded prison near Indonesia’s capital early on Wednesday.
Afghan refugees in Indonesia denounce Taliban
Hundreds of Afghan refugees living in Indonesia held a rally condemning the Taliban's takeover of their country and calling for resettlement in third countries. The protestors were mostly members of the Hazara ethnic minority.
Man avoids travel restrictions by dressing up as his wife
The man covered his face and checked in on his wife's ID to board the domestic flight. But his trick was discovered by a flight attendant onboard.
Modifying mosquitoes reduces diseases such as dengue by 77% - study
A groundbreaking study by the World Mosquito Program has found that inserting a natural and safe bacteria into mosquitos can block the transmission of mosquito-borne diseases and reduce one of the world’s fastest-growing tropical diseases.
Indonesia locates wreckage of missing submarine on ocean floor
Experts feared that the vessel has sunk too deep to withstand the pressure of water on the hull.
Missing Indonesian submarine 'running out of oxygen', officials say
A frantic search is underway for the vessel as officials warn that it has less than 24 hours of air remaining.
Search underway for Indonesian submarine thought to have sunk too deep
Indonesia’s navy and neighbouring countries’ rescue ships are searching for a submarine that went missing during a training exercise with 53 people on board.