Indonesia says terror charges laid in the United States against Hambali, the alleged mastermind of the 2002 Bali bombings, were aimed at providing the Guantanamo prisoner with "legal certainty". Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald •The Age
Your eyes aren't playing tricks on you, this Indonesian version of football actuallly features a flaming ball. Participants douse a coconut in flammable fluid and set it on fire before kicking it.. Source: Ruptly TV -
Students of the Riyadhlus Solihin Islamic boarding school in Mojolaban, Indonesia, spent their leisure time playing a football match, Tuesday, except that they substituted the typically-inflated ball.. Source: RT News Channel -
Recently-crowned Indonesia Open champion Kidambi Srikanth on Saturday defeated the fourth seed China's Shi Yuqi in the semi-finals of the men's singles event of the Australian Open Super Series at the.. DNA
WASHINGTON: A US war court has charged an Indonesian detainee at Guantanamo Bay in connection with the 2002 bombing in Bali that marked Indonesia's deadliest terror strike, according to court documents.. Bangkok Post
Ace shuttler Kidambi Srikanths dream season just got better as the India made it to his third successive Super Series final beating Yuqi Shi 21-10 21-14 at the Australian Open, here today.
Srikanth.. Deccan Herald
Kidambi Srikanth continued his dream run and grabbed a third successive Super Series final spot at the Australian Open with a straight-game victory over Chinas Shi Yuqi here today.
Srikanth, who had.. Deccan Herald
Ramadan's annual homecoming tradition - known here as Mudik - is the most joyous time of the year for millions of Indonesians. But it can also be deadly. Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald •The Age
Since staff of James Packer's casino empire were detained in China in October and accused of illegally promoting gambling, Crown's network of offices from Macau to Indonesia appears to have vanished. Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald •The Age
Indonesians who join terrorist groups overseas will face a maximum 15 years' jail under new anti-terrorism laws expected to be passed by September. Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald •The Age