July 28, 2010

Hundreds Protest Against Buddha Bar

JAKARTA Hundreds of people protested in Jakarta on Wednesday against the local branch of the Buddha Bar chain, demanding its closure and saying it threatened interfaith relations. About 300 people – Read More...
September 30, 2010

Bomb Blast in Jakarta Injures One

JAKARTA A man carrying a homemade bomb on a bicycle was badly injured on Thursday when the device exploded near a market on the outskirts of Jakarta, police said. Police – Read More...
October 20, 2010

Clashes Erupt in Jakarta

JAKARTA Police fired tear gas to disperse dozens of protesters who took to the streets on Wednesday to mark the first anniversary of the swearing in of President Susilo Bambang – Read More...
October 20, 2010

UPDATE 1 – Shots, Tear Gas Fired in Jakarta Protests

JAKARTA Police fired tear gas and warning shots to disperse protesters who took to the streets on Wednesday to mark the first anniversary of the swearing in of President Susilo – Read More...
November 6, 2010

Singapore Airlines Cancels Jakarta Flights

SINGAPORE Singapore Airlines has cancelled flights to and from Jakarta because of the violent eruption of Indonesia’s most active volcano. “Due to volcanic ash from Mount Merapi in Indonesia, flights – Read More...
November 10, 2010

Indonesian Religious Unity an Inspiration to World: Obama

JAKARTA US President Barack Obama said on Wednesday Muslim-majority Indonesia’s national philosophy of unity between people of different faiths and ethnic backgrounds is an inspiration to the world. “This is – Read More...
January 14, 2013

KPK to Study Reports of Sex-service Graft

JAKARTA The Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) will study reports of grafts in the form of sex services delivered to offices, its spokesman Johan Budi said. “There have been indications that – Read More...
February 4, 2013

Indonesia Digging Up Too Much Coal: Greenpeace

JAKARTA Indonesia’s ambitious plans to boost coal production and exports from Kalimantan are ill-advised and not worth the environmental and social cost, according to a key report from Greenpeace. In – Read More...
September 1, 2014

Jakarta Police’s Cyber Monitoring Exposes International Illegal Gambling Syndicate

JAKARTA ~ The Jakarta Metro Jaya Police conducted massive cyber patrol operations to bust an international illegal gambling syndicate. “The criminals are using advanced technology to operate the gambling network. – Read More...
August 3, 2016

Indonesia-Australia to Conclude Trade Agreement

Jakarta – Australian Trade, Tourism and Investment Minister Steven Ciobo is visiting Indonesia this week to conclude a free trade agreement with Indonesia, the Australian Embassy here said on its – Read More...

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