Bali bomb-maker Umar Patek sentenced to 20 years in jail
Islamic militant Umar Patek – dubbed the “Demolition Man” – has been sentenced to 20 years in jail by an Indonesian court over his role in the 2002 Bali bombing, which left 202 people dead.
Indonesian air force aircraft crashes in Jakarta
An Indonesian air force plane carrying seven people has crashed into a housing complex in the capital city of Jakarta.
Indonesia: boat sinking leaves 58 missing, say officials
Number of people missing from Sunday's boat capsize in Indonesia quadruples.
Indonesian man held over attempted rape of 9-year-old Australian girl
An Indonesian man on the island of Bali has been arrested for allegedly trying to rape a sleeping 9-year-old Australian girl, news media reported.
Papua, Indonesia: Riots as police shoot dead pro-independence activist
Angry Papuans have torched shops and vehicles in the provincial capital Jayapura.
Violence in Papua, Indonesia blamed on military (UPDATE)
The unrest is being described as the province's worst in a decade
Singapore’s maid addiction
Is the well-to-do island chafing at more liberties for live-in servants?
British mother facing death over Bali drug haul a 'party girl'
Lindsay Sandiford, 55, facing death by firing squad if convicted of smuggling 11 pounds of cocaine into Indonesia, was described as "a party girl" and "neighbor from hell."
Greenpeace claims KFC buckets are destroying the rainforest
Greenpeace claims KFC chicken buckets may be destroying the rainforest.
Indonesia: Four Britons may face firing squad over drug haul (VIDEO)
Four Britons — including a 55-year-old housewife — face death by Indonesian firing squad if convicted over a $2.6 million drug haul in Bali.
An odorless version of Asia's most pungent fruit?
Coming soon: a scentless durian
Islamic vigilantes: Lady Gaga is "voodoo doll" that must be "destroyed"
Hardliners in Indonesia scoop up tickets to pending concert. Not to dance.
Indonesia cuts Australian drug trafficker Schapelle Corby's sentence for prisoner swap
Indonesia slashed the 20-year jail term of convicted Australian drug smuggler Schapelle Corby in return for the release of Indonesians charged with people smuggling in Australia, a government minister has said.
Dollars flee from India to Southeast Asia
As foreign funds pull out of India, its smaller neighbors are reaping the benefits
Limbless Frenchman Philippe Croizon starts swim from PNG to Indonesia
Croizon is planning three more swims to "symbolically link" five continents.
Indonesia: Lady Gaga's sold-out show is canceled
Indonesia refused to grant a police permit to Lady Gaga for her sold-out show on June 3.
Indonesia: 12 victims of Russian "superjet" crash found, all 45 passengers suspected dead (UPDATE)
Indonesian rescue teams found at least 12 bodies near the wreckage of the Russian "superjet" on Friday, as they continued to search for the remaining passengers.
Indonesia: Bodies but no survivors found among wreckage of crashed Russian jet
Rescue teams have found bodies but no survivors from the crash of a Russian jetliner in Indonesia, local and foreign media reported Thursday.
Chatter: Missing Russian jet found, wrecked
Search-and-rescue teams have located the wreckage of a Russian passenger jet that went missing over western Indonesia yesterday, with at least 44 people onboard.
Indonesia: a Russian jet crash, a soaring airline market
Plane disaster highlights Indonesia's skyrocketing air travel demand
Indonesia: Wreckage of missing plane found
The Russian-made Sukhoi Superjet has been spotted on the slopes of Mount Salak, south of the capital Jakarta.
Russian jet goes missing over Indonesia with 44 onboard
A Russian Sukhoi Superjet 100 airliner mysteriously disappeared from radar screens during a demonstration flight over Indonesia.
Indonesia: Lady Gaga, Zionist Agent
Religious figures denounce pop diva's Jakarta concert as an abomination.
Trafficking woes taint Taiwan's economic miracle
Labor activists say authorities turn a blind eye to abuses of foreign workers’ rights.
Indonesia: the case of the poisoned elephant
Palm oil plantations continue to drive rare species' deaths
The State of the Occupation
Occupy-style protests have erupted all over the world. From London to West Papua, here’s a look at how the movements are faring.
Indonesia suspends US beef imports over mad cow fears
Indonesia has become the first country to suspend US beef imports, following the discovery in California this week of a dairy cow infected with mad cow disease.
Piracy: attacks drop off Somalia but spike off West Africa
Pirate attacks dropping dramatically off Somalia this year, but rose off the coast of Nigeria, the International Maritime Bureau says.
Bali’s Willy Wonka
A chocolate factory tries to tap new tastes in Indonesia.
6.1 quake strikes off Sumatra, Indonesia
Officials say the big one is on its way, after a strong 6.1-magnitude earthquake struck off Indonesia’s Sumatra island on Saturday, the third to hit the region this month.
Aceh elections: pure shariah? Or pure politics?
In Aceh, politicians talk about Islamic law the way US conservatives bandy family values.