BANDA ACEH, Indonesia - A decade after a 10-metre (32-foot) tsunami washed away two of her three children, her home and business, Salawati is finally getting her life back on track in Indonesia's western-most Banda Aceh province.
SINGAPORE - Indonesia are optimistic about bringing the Olympics to Southeast Asia in collaboration with one of their neighbors after the International Olympic Committee's (IOC) revamp of the bidding and hosting processes.
JAKARTA - Indonesian rescuers on Sunday used heavy-lifting equipment for the first time to clear roads leading to the site of a landslide that destroyed a village and killed at least 32 people, officials said, with scores still missing. | Video
JAKARTA - A landslide destroyed a remote village in Indonesia, killing at least 17 people, an official said on Saturday, as rescuers used their bare hands and sticks to search through the mud for scores of missing in the absence of heavy-lifting equipment. | Video
JAKARTA - Police in Indonesia have name the editor-in-chief of its largest English-language newspaper a suspect in a blasphemy case, the newspaper said in a statement, over a cartoon depicting the Islamic State militant group.
JAKARTA - The chief executive of Indonesian state-owned airline PT Garuda Indonesia Tbk , Emirsyah Satar, has resigned and his replacement will be chosen at a shareholder meeting on Friday.
WASHINGTON - Hailed as a major success in the U.S. "war on terror," the capture of Indonesian cleric Hambali if often touted by the U.S. intelligence community as evidence that harsh interrogation produces results.
HONG KONG - An Indonesian domestic helper told a Hong Kong court on Monday that she had been tortured by her employer, with a vacuum cleaner tube placed in her mouth and twisted to cause lacerations, public broadcaster RTHK said.
JAKARTA - At least four people were killed in Indonesia's volatile Papua region in clashes between protesters and security forces on Monday, according to the police and the chief security affairs minister.
JAKARTA - Indonesian prosecutors on Monday said they would decide as early as this month whether to formally charge a U.S. man and his girlfriend with killing the woman's mother, whose body was found stuffed in a suitcase on the resort island of Bali in August.
BEIJING/WASHINGTON - China said on Monday it opposed all forms of cyberattacks but there was no proof that North Korea was responsible for the hacking of Sony Pictures, as the United States has said.