Clean air advocates in Jakarta say court’s decision is a small step towards progress even as officials hint at appeal.
Citizens who brought landmark pollution case hope judges will deliver verdict when they sit again on Thursday.
Groups like Jemaah Islamiyah were already carrying out attacks across Southeast Asia when 9/11 happened.
Former leader of Indonesia’s Jemaah Islamiyah to face war crimes trial, 18 years after his arrest in Thailand.
Aceh doctors hope WhatsApp monitoring can reduce risk of coronavirus deaths when patients are isolated at home.
As COVID-19 ravages Indonesia, the archipelago’s remoter areas are having to ration doses because of limited supplies.
Cases have soared since the holiday in May when some people skirted a travel ban to visit their hometowns.
Attacks on journalists in Indonesia raise concern as media across region face repressive laws in battle to report.
Doctors urge acceleration of vaccinations for expectant women and children as Delta-fuelled surge sweeps archipelago.
While refugees in Aceh get jabs, those elsewhere worry about being forgotten – or arrested as the pandemic spreads.