World leaders are gathering to revitalise commitments to end energy poverty for all.
The lives and livelihoods of people and macaques are being sorely tested by the absence of tourists.
Ali Kalora of East Indonesia Mujahideen was one of two killed in Indonesia’s continuing crackdown on hardline groups.
Clean air advocates in Jakarta say court’s decision is a small step towards progress even as officials hint at appeal.
Jakarta deploys navy vessels, assisted by an air patrol in North Natuna Sea after detecting China, US ships nearby.
Judges order President Joko Widodo and six other senior officials to take steps to clean up the capital’s filthy air.
Experts worry about outbreaks in provinces, as situation in Jakarta, Java and Bali comes under control.
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.
Police are investigating cause of blaze at Tangerang jail in which at least 41 people died and more than 70 were hurt.
India denies Papua New Guinea claims it allowed COVID-infected passengers to board a flight to Port Moresby.
Former leader of Indonesia’s Jemaah Islamiyah to face war crimes trial, 18 years after his arrest in Thailand.
Refugee agency says Andaman Sea crossing was eight times more deadly than in 2019 as borders were closed.
The archipelago has seen a surge in child deaths since the Delta variant took hold in July.