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9 Oct 2021
Indonesia's second wave of COVID-19 infections has hit the country's children particularly hard. Thousands have succumbed to the more infectious Delta variant. Many others have lost parents. One estimate puts the number orphans at around 18,000.
29 Aug 2021
Indonesian police disperse a protest by hundreds of Afghan refugees in Jakarta on Tuesday. The refugees express fear over safety of their relatives in Afghanistan and urge the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) to speed up the resettlement process so they can reunite with their family members in third countries. "The Taliban is the same as the Taliban 20 years ago. It's the same Taliban. Because their action are the same. We don't care their speech" says an Afghan refugee living in Jakarta.
22 Aug 2021
Indonesia has one of the world's highest Covid mortality rates for children, according to its paediatric association and NGO Save the Children.
11 Aug 2021
A Nigerian diplomat has been brutalised by Indonesian Immigration officials. It is unclear what led to the incident but the official was harassed in front of the Nigerian diplomatic mission in the Asian country, on Saturday.
10 Apr 2021
Indonesian navy ships packed with aid have arrived in a cyclone-hit area of the country, as the death toll from the disaster rose above 200 people, including dozens killed in neighbouring East Timor.
31 Jan 2021
Indonesia's Mount Merapi, one of the world's most active volcanoes, erupts, belching out huge clouds of smoke and ash that billow down the sides of its rumbling crater. The volcano, near Indonesia's cultural capital Yogyakarta, shoots hot ash into the air around three dozen times throughout the day - some of it travelling as far as three kilometres (two miles) away from its peak.
25 Jan 2021
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2 May 2017
An Indonesian man who claimed to be the world's oldest person was laid to rest on Monday. According to his identity card, he was born on December 31, 1870.

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