Media reports say training material deemed offensive found at an Australian army centre triggered the move.
by Agung Parameswara
Business & Economy21 Dec 2016 17:34 GMT
Guy Ryder, ILO director-general, outlines the challenge of ensuring decent work for all at a time of global uncertainty.
Religion15 Dec 2016 17:19 GMT
Violent mass demonstrations have challenged the image of Indonesia as practising a moderate form of Islam.
Inside Story13 Dec 2016 21:25 GMT
As the Christian governor of Jakarta goes on trial for insulting Islam, is the case against him politically motivated?
Religion13 Dec 2016 21:22 GMT
Basuki Tjahaja Purnama, a Christian, denies he had intended to insult the Quran in case that has drawn mass protests.
Indonesia09 Dec 2016 14:40 GMT
Joko Widodo distributes cash to injured survivors as number of displaced people swells.
Indonesia08 Dec 2016 16:14 GMT
Search for earthquake survivors that was halted at night by rain and blackouts resumed on second day.
Indonesia08 Dec 2016 13:12 GMT
UN agency emphasises need for growth that is sustainable and job-rich, not just statistically impressive.
Environment08 Dec 2016 09:25 GMT
Aid organisations assess damage left by earthquake in Indonesia's Aceh province that killed at least 102 people.
Indonesia07 Dec 2016 11:28 GMT
A 6.5 magnitude earthquake in Indonesia's Sumatra island has killed at least 97 people and trapped dozens in rubble.
Indonesia04 Dec 2016 06:40 GMT
Crowds gather in Jakarta in response to protests against city's Christian governor who is accused of blasphemy.
Indonesia02 Dec 2016 19:36 GMT
Tens of thousands of Muslims gather in capital demanding Basuki Tjahaja Purnama be jailed for insulting the Quran.
Indonesia26 Nov 2016 12:26 GMT
Arrested man accused of making explosives in his West Java home more powerful than those used in 2002 Bali bombings.
Indonesia22 Nov 2016 18:27 GMT
Comments come over planned protests by conservative Muslims over blasphemy claims after demonstration drew 100,000.
Indonesia22 Nov 2016 09:30 GMT
The blasphemy charges against Jakarta's governor will put Indonesia's democracy and national identity to the test.
Indonesia18 Nov 2016 05:06 GMT
Blasphemy case against Jakarta's Christian governor brings fragile beacon of democracy and stability to a dangerous edge.
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