Ten years on from the tsunami that swept across the Indian Ocean killing more than 230,000 people, special services have begun in the region to
As EU leaders descend on Brussels for the final major summit of the year, a new investment plan to ignite the blocs ailing economy is set to top
At least 37 people are now known to have died in Indonesia after more than 100 homes were swept away by mud gushing into Jemblung village in the
Rescuers have been struggling to reach more than 100 missing people on Indonesia’s main island of Java. Torrential rain triggered a landslide that
The Indonesian government says over 500 foreigners are being questioned about illegal fishing in the country’s waters.
Indonesia estimates that
Many parents struggle with the decision to send their children to boarding school and once there, not all young people enjoy it. So what is it like
Anthropologists are popping their corks around the planet over the discovery of new cave paintings where few were expecting it.
Some local educational ideas have such an impact that they go beyond borders and gain international recognition. In this edition of Learning World
Indonesia’s Mount Sinabung has erupted more than 30 times, spewing lava and ash clouds over a wide area, officials said, with more than 26,000 people
For people living traditional lives in the jungles of Indonesia, nature can be a challenge. One organisation is setting up informal classes for
This week in Learning World we go to Columbia, Indonesia and Syria to look at the effects of education in far flung corners of the globe.