Indonesia

Series of aftershocks hit Indonesia after earthquake kills two

Magnitude 7.2 earthquake damages homes southeast of Ternate in North Maluku province, prompting residents to flee.

Series of aftershocks hit Indonesia after earthquake kills two

Asia Pacific

Indonesian woman who recorded boss's lewd call gets jail reprieve

Indonesia's attorney general says he has suspended Baiq Nuril Maknun's fine and six-month sentence.

Indonesian woman who recorded boss's lewd call gets jail reprieve

Risking it all

The Loggers Skirting Danger in Borneo's Rainforest

Loggers in Borneo struggle to transport giant wood logs on treacherous narrow forest trails and dangerous rivers.

Indonesia

Indonesia to return 210 tonnes of waste to Australia

Hazardous material and household rubbish found in containers that should have had only waste paper, authorities say.

Indonesia to return 210 tonnes of waste to Australia

Earthquake

Indonesia lifts tsunami warning after powerful quake

No reports of major damage from magnitude 6.9 earthquake off the northeastern coast of the island of Sulawesi.

Indonesia lifts tsunami warning after powerful quake

Indonesia

Indonesia: Top court rejects woman's appeal over boss's lewd call

Baiq Nuril Maknun, who was a teacher on the island of Lombok, had complained of getting lewd calls from her boss.

Indonesia: Top court rejects woman's appeal over boss's lewd call

Indonesia

'State-in-waiting': Papua's rebels unite against Indonesia rule

Independence groups say they are ready to 'take over our country' amid rumbling conflict in far east of the archipelago.

'State-in-waiting': Papua's rebels unite against Indonesia rule

Indonesia

Indonesians sue government for air pollution

Jakarta was ranked the most-polluted city in Southeast Asia last year.

AJ Impact

Boeing to offer $100m to families of plane crash victims

The offer comes as Boeing faces at least 80 lawsuits on behalf of victims of the plane crashes.

Boeing to offer $100m to families of plane crash victims

Human Rights

'Shame and humiliation': Aceh's Islamic law violates human rights

Punishments under Sharia are rooted in cultural traditions and few are willing to speak publicly against it.

'Shame and humiliation': Aceh's Islamic law violates human rights

Asia Pacific

Indonesia: Court rejects opposition challenge to poll results

Constitutional Court upholds President Joko Widodo's win in April's election after claim brought by Prabowo Subianto.

Indonesia

Indonesia tightens security ahead of election dispute verdict

Some 47,000 security forces deployed in Jakarta as court to rule on opposition challenge to President Widodo's victory.

Indonesia tightens security ahead of election dispute verdict

AJ Impact

Indonesia’s finance minister sees weaker growth, rate cut room

Sri Mulyani Indrawati says Indonesia will likely miss 5.3 percent growth target due to US-China trade war.

Indonesia’s finance minister sees weaker growth, rate cut room

Indonesia

Grieving families demand answers after deadly Indonesia fire

Families are angry at slow process of identification as most bodies were burnt beyond recognition in the factory blaze.

Grieving families demand answers after deadly Indonesia fire

AJ Impact

Asian airline to start testing drones capable of hauling tonnes

PT Garuda Indonesia to buy 100 drones to deliver cargo from 30 logistics centres to archipelago's 18,000 islands.

Asian airline to start testing drones capable of hauling tonnes