Indonesia

Infrastructure at heart of Widodo's Indonesia re-election bid

President's failure to deliver on promises could swing voters in favour of his opponent Subianto.

Infrastructure at heart of Widodo's Indonesia re-election bid

Indonesia

'Golput': Why a number of Indonesians will not be voting

With both candidates pandering to the religious right, liberals and minorities wonder whether it’s worth voting at all.

'Golput': Why a number of Indonesians will not be voting

Indonesia

Overseas Indonesians vote for country's next president

There are almost nine million Indonesians living abroad, a key constituency for the contenders Widodo and Subianto.

Overseas Indonesians vote for country's next president

Counting the Cost

What is holding Indonesia's economy back?

As Indonesia is on the road to becoming one of the world's biggest economies, we look at challenges facing the country.

Indonesia

Indonesia's first metro opens in gridlocked Jakarta

Opening of seven elevated and six underground stations is seen as crucial to tackling some of world's worst congestion.

Indonesia's first subway opens in traffic-choked Jakarta

Asia Pacific

'What are unicorns?': Indonesia candidate stumbles on tech jargon

Prabowo Subianto falters after President Joko Widodo asks him about policies to support start-up companies in TV debate.

'What are unicorns?': Indonesia candidate stumbles on tech jargon

Asia Pacific

Indonesia's Widodo sets conditions for release of jailed leader

After criticism, president says Abu Bakar Bashir will only be freed if he pledges loyalty to the state and its ideology.

Indonesia's Widodo sets conditions for release of jailed leader

Indonesia

Indonesia presidential candidates trade barbs in first debate

Joko Widodo aims to defeat controversial retired general Prabowo Subianto to win second term in office at April polls.

Indonesia presidential candidates trade barbs in first debate

Indonesia

'Time running out' for Indonesia tsunami survivors

Quake victims flee devastated Indonesian city as hopes of finding survivors fade fast five days after disaster.

Indonesia

Sulawesi tsunami deaths pass 1,300

Casualties expected to rise, experts warn, as rescuers struggle to access damaged areas after 7.5 magnitude quake.

Indonesia

Quake-hit Indonesia buries dead in mass grave

Rescuers race against the clock to save those still trapped in the rubble as authorities call for international help.

Indonesia quake and tsunami: Bodies buried in mass grave

Indonesia

Indonesia deports French drug smuggler after 18 years

Michael Blanc was arrested in 1999 at the airport in Bali with 3.8 kg of hashish hidden inside scuba diving canisters.

Indonesia deports French drug smuggler after 18 years

Indonesia

Indonesia election season kicks off with crucial local polls

More than 150 million Indonesians will head to the polls on June 27 to elect 17 governors, 39 mayors and 115 regents.

Indonesia election season kicks off with crucial local polls

Indonesia

Indonesia wants to criminalise same-sex relations

The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights has urged Indonesians to not move backwards on human rights.

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Joko Widodo: Islam in Indonesia is moderate

Indonesia's president reflects on his three years in office and discusses claims of religious intolerance.