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Villagers in Aceh claim ExxonMobil is responsible for human rights abuses committed by Indonesian soldiers guarding its natural gas pipeline and processing facility.
A chocolate factory tries to tap new tastes in Indonesia.
Panicked residents hustled to escape the city, and, possibly, another giant wave, just eight years after the 2004 devastation.
Despite a general dislike of the hardliners, protests against them were rare. Now, that may be changing.
Sandals are merely the latest form of protest against police arrogance.
From Mohamed Bouazizi to Tibetan monks, why did so many people light themselves on fire this past year?
An estimated 30,000 mentally ill people suffer in chains and cages due to stigma and lack of access to treatment.
Google chief Eric Schmidt promises better businesses, better lives for Asia emerging economies.
Growth in Indonesia needs to reach more, say delegates at the World Economic Forum.
It's like "Master Chef" for the poor. Mothers-turned-chefs bring their creative ideas, very literally, to the table.
Many say they don’t believe bin Laden is dead and warn the “infidels” who are spreading the message to check their facts.
Reactions to bin Laden's death have been muted in Indonesia, though some fear retribution from radicals.
Disaster recovery after a tsunami goes beyond culture and infrastructure development.
As Indonesia promotes its Komodo dragons to tourists, safety standards are questioned.
The state’s failure to prevent two back-to-back attacks on religious minorities signals a rise in intolerance and impunity.
Pop star Ariel heads to jail for sex tape and Blackberry gets censored.
As Christmas approaches in Indonesia, tensions simmer between Protestants and Muslims.
Protests in Indonesia as Transparency International releases corruption rankings.
In Indonesia, Big Tobacco finds loose regulations are good for business.
Indonesian government sits idly by as Islamic Defender's Front, called thugs by most, runs amok.