Pandemic baby boom fears spark Indonesia birth-control blitz
Indonesia is launching an unprecedented birth control drive with plans to put contraceptives in the hands of a million citizens to head off a virus-sparked baby boom.
Masks and no touching: Indonesia aims to keep markets alive
While many shops are forced to shutter in Indonesia as part of the social distancing measures aimed at curbing the spread of new coronavirus, one traditional market in central Java province decided to move outdoors and set the stalls at least one meter apart to keep business running.
California gears up for its first Super Tuesday
Indonesia's most active volcano Mount Merapi erupts, shooting a massive ash cloud some 6,000 metres (20,000 feet) in the air.
Indonesian police deliver supplies to flood-hit Lebak
Indonesian police deliver supplies by helicopter to the areas affected by floods in Lebak. Torrential rains that started on New Year's Eve unleashed deadly flash floods and landslides in the region.
Indonesia: Mass arrests after IS-linked suicide bombing
Indonesian police have arrested at least 43 suspected militants in relation to an attack on a police station last week. A suicide bomber with alleged links to "Islamic State" killed himself and wounded six others.
One dead, six injured in suspected suicide bombing at Indonesia police station
A suspected suicide bombing outside a police station in Indonesia's city of Medan has left at least one attacker dead and six other people wounded, authorities say.
Lion Air: Indonesia says 'design flaws' contributed to crash
A malfunctioning sensor and poorly trained pilots were contributing factors to the crash of a Boeing 737 Max, Indonesian regulators have concluded. Their final report called for urgent measures to avoid a repeat.
Indonesia’s proposed penal laws suspended
In Indonesia, a bill that would have amongst other things imposed punishments on cohabiting non-married couples and people having sex outside of marriage has been put on ice by President Joko Widodo.