Indonesia

ISIL-linked Indonesia group blamed for Wiranto attack

Indonesia-based JAD was also linked to 2018 church bombings in Surabaya and 2016 Jakarta attacks.

ISIL-linked Jamaah Anshurat Daulah blamed for attack on Wiranto

Indonesia

Indonesia's security minister Wiranto hurt after stabbing attack

Hospital official says former military general suffered 'two deep wounds' but was conscious and in stable condition.

Indonesia's security minister Wiranto hurt after stabbing attack

Indonesia

Indonesia pressed to conduct independent inquiry in West Papua

Human Rights Watch says situation in region remains 'tense' following deadly riots that forced thousands to evacuate.

Indonesia pressed to conduct independent inquiry in West Papua

Indonesia

Thousands flee unrest in Indonesia's Papua region

Residents evacuate Wamena city, military says, following deadly protests fuelled by racism against indigenous Papuans.

More than 16,000 flee unrest in Indonesia's Papua region

Environment

Southeast Asia struggles to tackle haze despite long-term dangers

Environment ministers seek solution to toxic pollution as activists urge governments to take a stronger stand.

Southeast Asia struggles to tackle haze despite long-term dangers

Facebook

Facebook removes accounts from UAE, Nigeria, Egypt and Indonesia

Hundreds of pages accused of 'coordinated inauthentic behaviour' and misleading millions of users worldwide.

Facebook removes accounts from UAE, Nigeria, Egypt and Indonesia

Asia Pacific

Indonesia: Thousands evacuated after violent protests in Papua

At least 33 people were killed and dozens injured in Wamena town amid racially-charged violent protests last week.

Human Rights

Is Indonesia starting to move away from democracy?

President Joko Widodo's public approval ratings have dropped at a critical time for his country and his tenure.

Is Indonesia starting to move away from democracy?

AJ Impact

Indonesia protests will not derail reform agenda, says president

Indonesia's Joko Widodo says people can express their opinions, but he has authority to see through reforms.

Indonesia protests will not derail reform agenda, says president

Indonesia

Sukarno heir elected as Indonesia's first female House speaker

Maharani is the daughter of former president Megawati Sukarnoputri and granddaughter of Indonesia's founding president.

Asia Pacific

Indonesia MPs sworn-in after mass protests, arrests

Indonesians have demonstrated nationwide for the past week against proposed laws that they say would curtail freedoms and cripple efforts to stop corruption.

Indonesia

New Indonesia parliament members take oath amid protests

Clashes erupted on Monday outside parliament in Jakarta as well as in West Java's Bandung city and in Sulawesi.

New Indonesia parliament members take oath amid protests

Joko Widodo

What's driving the latest protests in Indonesia?

Grievances include government move to curb powers of anti-corruption body, concerns about environment, personal freedom.

What's driving the latest protests in Indonesia?

Reporter's Notebook

'Toxic cocktail': The horror of Indonesia's haze

Aisyah Llewellyn found out just what living in hazardous air meant when she went to Jambi to report on Indonesia's devastating fires.

'Nowhere to go, nowhere to hide': The horror of Indonesia’s haze

Indonesia

Floods, mud: Sluggish progress a year after Indonesia disaster

Progress made in some areas of Palu, but residents say livelihoods have suffered and aid distribution has been slow.

Floods, mud: Sluggish progress a year after Indonesia disaster