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.
Adidas Olympic gear made in Indonesian sweatshops, report claims
A British newspaper says it has evidence of workers being mistreated at nine Indonesian factories where the uniforms for the British Olympic team and volunteers.
Indonesian earthquake makes the history books
Wednesday's earthquake off the coast of Indonesia is making it into the history books for its size and rarity.
Aceh quake evokes memories of 2004 tsunami
Panicked residents hustled to escape the city, and, possibly, another giant wave, just eight years after the 2004 devastation.
Indonesia earthquake, tsunami photos
A magnitude 8.6 earthquake and several powerful aftershocks hit Indonesia Wednesday. Here are photos.
Chatter: Indonesia quake triggers tsunami warning
A far-reaching tsunami warning is in place after a huge underwater earthquake off the coast of Indonesia.
Indonesia: Tsunami warning lifted after powerful earthquake strikes
A magnitude 8.6 earthquake and several powerful aftershocks raised fears of a repeat of the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami that killed 230,000, but only small waves were reported.
Indonesia: Aceh holds second election since 2005 peace deal
Concerns of further bloodshed as election officials note 57 cases of violence and intimidation in the lead-up to the vote.
Aceh’s bloodstained elections
Voting tinged with fear in this far-flung Indonesian outpost, as ex-guerrilla candidates vie for power.
Indonesia's gasoline price protests rage even harder
Amid clashes, some 80,000 protestors are expected on the streets. (Photos)
Jakarta's rowdy fuel price protests
PHOTOS: Indonesia's explosive gas-price protests
Indonesia's Biblical beetle plague
Indonesian cleric: Lady Gaga is forbidden