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Endangered Javan rhino enjoys a mud bath
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Indonesia bans single-use plastic bags
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Indonesia mulls fate of Rohingya refugees rescued off coast
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Indonesia children at risk as COVD-19 disrupts vaccination drives
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Seven Papuan protesters found guilty of treason in Indonesia
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Rain, hail, or shine: Java's intrepid teacher on wheels
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Anger as seven Papua protesters sentenced in Indonesia
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Coronavirus: Indonesian patients say stigma difficult to overcome
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Indonesia: Jakarta is reopening after weeks of lockdown
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'Black Girls Surf' group honors George Floyd
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2019 saw drastic decline in tropical rainforest
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Eid in Indonesia: Horse cart business hit hard by pandemic
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Empty middle seat? It depends where you're flying
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Indonesia gov't urged to step up COVID-19 response
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Indonesian fishermen return home after deaths on Chinese ships
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Masks and no touching: Indonesia aims to keep markets alive
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Indonesian court finds seven Papuan men guilty of treasonAn Indonesian court found seven Papuan men guilty of treason on Wednesday in a high-profile trial closely watched as an indicator of political freedoms in the world's third-largest democracy.
Indonesia reports 1,031 new coronavirus infections; Southeast Asia's highest case totalIndonesia reported 1,031 new coronavirus infections on Wednesday taking the total to 41,431 and overtaking Singapore with the highest number of COVID-19 cases in Southeast Asia.
Indonesian court expected to give verdict in West Papua treason trialAn Indonesian court is expected to deliver a verdict on Wednesday in a high-profile trial of seven West Papuans accused of treason, in a case that has drawn concern about deteriorating political..
Escalating intimidation, threats, ahead of high-profile treason verdict, Indonesian rights groups sayRights groups in Indonesia have complained of escalating intimidation and security threats in the run-up to the verdict in a high-profile treason trial against seven West Papuans that is expected on..
Malaysia bars citizens from haj pilgrimage on coronavirus fearsMalaysia said on Thursday its citizens would be barred from making the haj pilgrimage this year due to concerns over the new coronavirus, following in the steps of neighbouring Indonesia, which is also..
Indonesia's hundreds of suspected child virus deaths highlight dangerHundreds of children in Indonesia are believed to have died from COVID-19, giving the Southeast Asian country one of the world's highest rates of child deaths from the novel coronavirus that experts..
Indonesia coronavirus-related deaths reach 2,000, official saysIndonesia reported 979 new coronavirus infections and 41 new deaths on Thursday, taking the total number of cases to 35,295 and fatalities to 2,000, health ministry official Achmad Yurianto said.
Indonesia reports biggest daily rise in coronavirus infectionsIndonesia reported on Wednesday its biggest daily increase in coronavirus cases for a second successive day, with 1,241 new infections, taking its total to 34,316.
Indonesia resumes domestic air travel, coronavirus cases jumpIndonesia has resumed domestic flights for all passengers provided airlines operate at 70% capacity and follow strict rules brought into force on Tuesday, when the country announced its biggest daily..
Indonesia says quake hits south of Buru island, no tsunami riskAn earthquake with a 6.0 magnitude struck south of Buru Island in the Moluccas Islands province in eastern Indonesia, the country's meteorology, climatology and geophysical agency (BMKG) said on..
Indonesia reports 672 new coronavirus infections, 50 deathsIndonesia on Sunday reported 672 new coronavirus infections, taking the total to 31,186, said a health ministry official.
Indonesian group dreams of trash barrier idea going globalGary Bencheghib grew up on Indonesia's idyllic resort island of Bali and watched as plastic waste clogged up the winding waterways near to his childhood home, or found its way out into the ocean.
Black Lives Matter rallies Papuan activists in IndonesiaThousands of miles from the protests that have swept the United States, Black Lives Matter has become a rallying cry for pro-Papuan activists in Indonesia, provoking questions about accusations of..
Jakarta mosques host Friday prayers for first time in two monthsIndonesians in Jakarta returned to mosques on Friday for prayers after the city relaxed rules on attending places of worship as part of a loosening of restrictions in place since late March to contain..
Indonesia capital tentatively eases some coronavirus restrictionsThe governor of Indonesia's capital announced on Thursday the easing of some coronavirus restrictions though he warned that the fight against the outbreak was far from over in Southeast Asia's biggest..
Amid China tensions, Australia signs comprehensive strategic partnership with IndiaThe new comprehensive strategic partnership is Australia's fourth, following agreements with China, Singapore and Indonesia.
Indonesian court rules internet curbs in Papua unlawfulAn Indonesian court ruled on Wednesday that the government's decision to rein in internet speeds in a bid to contain civil unrest in the country's easternmost region of Papua last year was unlawful.
Story on Indonesian court order over Papua internet curbs is withdrawn(The story headlined "Indonesia court orders president to apologize for Papua internet curbs" has been withdrawn. There was no order for such an apology in the court ruling. A new version of the story..
Indonesia court orders president to apologize for Papua internet curbsAn Indonesian court on Wednesday ordered President Joko Widodo to make an official apology after ruling that his government's decision to rein in internet speeds to contain civil unrest in the Papua..
Indonesia cancels haj pilgrimage over coronavirus concernsIndonesia has cancelled the haj pilgrimage this year for people in the world's largest Muslim-majority nation due to concerns over the coronavirus, the religious affairs minister said on Tuesday.
Court rules 2011 Indonesia live cattle ban invalidThe banning of Australian farmers from exporting live cattle to Indonesia for six months in 2011 was unreasonable and invalid, a court has ruled.
Coronavirus patients flood hospitals in Indonesia's second-largest cityHospitals in Indonesia's second largest city of Surabaya have been overwhelmed by a surge of new coronavirus cases, forcing them to turn patients away, the Indonesian Medical Association said on..
Exclusive: Indonesia, major advocate of hydroxychloroquine, told by WHO to stop using itThe World Health Organization has urged Indonesia, one of the world's biggest advocates of two malaria drugs to treat the coronavirus, to suspend such treatment over safety concerns, a source familiar..
Soldiers, police enforce Indonesia's 'new normal' coronavirus restrictionsIndonesia's military ordered the deployment of hundreds of thousands of soldiers and police on Monday to enforce rules on wearing masks and safe distancing after reports of people in the world's..
Volunteer army in Indonesia helps fight coronavirus with data, webAs Indonesia's most populous province weighed tough movement restrictions to stop the new coronavirus, it turned to a loosely-knit volunteer group of data scientists and health experts.
For world's largest Muslim country, a virus-disrupted and bittersweet EidFor Indonesia's 225 million Muslims, celebrating Eid al-Fitr this year, the end of the holy fasting month of Ramadan, is bittersweet.
Isolating Indonesia palm workers to spend Eid holiday on plantationThousands of Indonesian palm oil workers who are in lockdown on plantations due to the coronavirus outbreak will have to stay put for Eid celebrations this weekend, rather than go home to celebrate the..
As big cats go hungry, Indonesia zoo considers 'worst-case' deer cullA zoo in Indonesia may slaughter some of its animals to feed others, such as a Sumatran tiger and a Javan leopard, if it runs out of food in coming months after the coronavirus pandemic forced it to..
Indonesia's COVID-19 battle faces crucial test over Eid holidayThousands of Indonesians made a late dash to leave Jakarta for their hometowns this week, even as authorities sought to stem the traditional mass exodus at the end of the Muslim fasting month to limit..
Indonesia's capital extends coronavirus measures until June 4Indonesia's capital city Jakarta on Tuesday extended its large-scale social curbs until June 4, maintaining restrictions that limited public transportation and gatherings in a bid to contain the spread..
Empty middle seat? Depends on which country you are flying inIn Thailand, you cannot have food or water in flight and must wear a mask. In Malaysia and Indonesia, the plane needs to be half-empty. In the United States and Europe, it's not mandatory for airlines..
#IndonesiaWhatever: Indonesians vent online over virus responseA flood of criticism of the Indonesian government's response to the coronavirus pandemic and the behaviour of many Indonesians has appeared on social media under a hashtag that translates as..
Coalition of 62 countries back Australia's push for coronavirus pandemic probeIndia, Japan, Britain, Canada, New Zealand, Indonesia, Russia, and all 27 EU member states are backing Australia's push for a probe into the COVID-19 pandemic.
World backs Aust push for COVID-19 probeIndia, Japan, Britain, Canada, New Zealand, Indonesia, Russia, and all 27 EU member states are backing Australia's push for a probe into the COVID-19 pandemic.