Asia Pacific

Indonesia mulls fate of Rohingya refugees rescued off coast

Government has yet to decide whether they can stay or will be forced back out to sea.

101 East

Selling Out West Papua

In West Papua, Indonesia, we investigate allegations of fraud and human rights abuses in billion-dollar land deals.

Asia Pacific

Indonesia children at risk as COVID-19 disrupts vaccination drive

Health experts warn efforts to contain pandemic could lead to an increase in preventable but fatal childhood diseases.

Environment

Indonesia's Mount Merapi spews ash in new eruption

Alert status has already been raised since Indonesia's 2,968-metre mountain last erupted in August 2019.

Indonesia's Mount Merapi spews ash in new eruption

AJ Impact

'Mistakes were made': US aviation body admits 737 MAX lapses

Federal Aviation Administration chief says his organisation and Boeing made errors that contributed to fatal crashes.

'Mistakes were made': US aviation body admits 737 MAX lapses

Reporter's Notebook

'It wasn't just a fever': Living with coronavirus

Airport worker Riki Permana was diagnosed in March. Now, he is struggling with the stigma associated with coronavirus.

Asia Pacific

Seven Papuan protesters found guilty of treason in Indonesia

Light sentences given, but human rights activists say the defendants should never have been arrested in the first place.

Indonesia

Indonesian court issues guilty verdicts in West Papua trial

Buchtar Tabuni, one of the leading West Papua activists and part of 'Balikpapan Seven', sentenced to 11 months in jail.

Indonesian court issues guilty verdicts in West Papua trial

Asia Pacific

Coronavirus: Indonesian patients say stigma difficult to overcome

A former COVID-19 patient shares his three-month recovery journey with Al Jazeera.

Indonesia

Indonesia's suspected child coronavirus deaths highlight danger

Twenty-eight children confirmed dead from COVID-19, but government suspects some 715 deaths linked to virus.

Indonesia's suspected child coronavirus deaths highlight danger

Hajj

Malaysia bars its citizens from Hajj over coronavirus fears

Malaysia follows Indonesia in not allowing its citizens to visit Mecca and Medina for the annual pilgrimage.

Malaysia bars its citizens from Hajj over coronavirus fears

Indonesia

Q&A: Jakarta's governor on bringing the coronavirus under control

Anies Baswedan says he is confident the city has controlled the virus' spread and officials are alert to the risks.

Asia Pacific

Indonesia: Jakarta is reopening after weeks of lockdown

Healthcare workers worry the relaxation of restrictions is too soon for Southeast Asia's largest city.

AJ Impact

More than a third of fish stocks are being overfished, FAO warns

The UN Food and Agriculture Organization also warned that the problem is particularly acute in developing countries.

More than a third of fish stocks are being overfished, FAO warns

Coronavirus pandemic

Indonesia to skip Hajj pilgrimage over coronavirus fears

Largest contingent of worshippers will not be doing the annual trip to Saudi Arabia.

Indonesia to skip Hajj pilgrimage over coronavirus fears