Indonesia: how to "speak" a deafness-plagued village's unique sign language
Indonesia: murder-for-hire blogs?
Asia's military spending to exceed Europe's
Indonesia: no sexy miniskirts in parliament
House speaker: "You know what men are like. Provocative clothing will make them do things."
Indonesia: The plight of Obama's transgender former nanny
AP: Evie, a devout Muslim, scrapes by in a Jakarta slum
Indonesia's student-built car, Esemka, closer to mass production
Passing emissions tests among brand's final hurdles.
Indonesia's top militant cleric: fight America "until it is destroyed"
Jailed spiritual leader Abu Bakar Bashir says "America is the enemy of Islam"
Indonesian Supreme Court upholds Abu Bakar Bashir jail term
Indonesia’s highest court has upheld a 15-year jail term for radical cleric Abu Bakar Bashir, considered the spiritual leader of Al Qaeda-linked militants blamed for the 2002 Bali bombings and other attacks throughout Indonesia.
Indonesia: Head of immigration at Jakarta airport arrested for taking bribes
Head of Immigration at Jakarta airport, Rochadi Iman Santoso, suspected of accepting bribes to forge court documents
Teen housewife ran underage prostitution ring via Facebook, Indonesian police say
Indonesian police have arrested a teenage housewife suspected of running an under-age prostitution ring via Facebook. Teen madam ran underage prostitution ring via Facebook, Indonesian police say
Indonesia's call-in karaoke radio
Too broke for a karaoke outing? Croon over the airwaves for free.
Foreign inmates evacuated from Bali prison as tensions simmer
Buses shuttle 60 foreign inmates and 125 female detainees out of Kerobokan. Authorities prepare to regain control.
Bali prison riots continue as inmates hold on for a second night
Inmates at Bali's notorious Kerobokan prison have taken over parts of the jail again in a second night of rioting.
Inmates seize control of Bali prison
Indonesian riot police were called in to end a seven-hour riot at Bali's Kerobokan Prison
Indonesia at odds over proposed alcohol ban
But is the Muslim-majority nation likely to ban booze? No.
Indonesia: a Valentine's wish for Islamic vigilantes
Indonesians speak out against vigilante group, the Islamic Defenders Front (FPI)
Despite a general dislike of the hardliners, protests against them were rare. Now, that may be changing.
Extreme foreign accent syndrome: after head knock, girl reportedly speaks four languages
Report: Malaysian 17-year-old suddenly speaks Korean, Chinese, Indonesian
Umar Patek, Bali bomb suspect, goes on trial in Indonesia
Umar Patek, the Islamic militant accused of building the bombs used in the 2002 Bali nightclub attacks, has gone on trial in Indonesia, a year after being captured in Pakistan.
Twitter-obsessed Indonesia braces for "Republik Twitter" film
Director says the "voice of Twitter is the voice of the nation" in Indonesia
Indonesia: offensive Tweets potentially punishable by years in prison
Minister wages war on uncouth Tweets
Every man in Papua, Indonesia must get circumcised
Hoping to stem HIV/AIDS, local officials insist the snip must be mandatory. Even for adult males.
Indonesia lets women access husbands' salaries to curb adultery
Women had complained about their husbands' lack of transparency.
Gay rights site deemed "pornography" and blocked in Indonesia
Indonesia fears drugs have become part of airline pilots' "lifestyle"
Lion Air pilot high on meth just three hours before scheduled domestic route
Indonesia: alleged orangutan killers face the judge
Hunters reportedly paid $110 per slain orangutan
Indonesia: Valentines' Day condemned as anti-Islam in Aceh
Muslim scholars warn youth to resist "foreign festivity"
Video: A tsunami orphan returns home
But her homecoming is shrouded in mystery, as DNA tests reveal she may not be exactly who she says she is.
Video: Aceh punks live at razor's edge
Following a series of police crackdowns, Aceh street punks are increasingly paranoid.
Jakarta: train stowaways now dodging goop mops
Undeterred by concrete pendulums, riders to face putrid sludge
Tsunami lessons learned
A shared horror between Indonesia and Japan.