Indonesian Police Kill 2 Suspected JAD Militants
Islamic State supporters are willing to wage war at home, think-tank director warns.
Indonesia: Pro-LGBT Facebook Post Draws Anti-Gay Reaction
Ride-sharing company official’s message led to boycott campaign on social media.
UN Chief Visits Quake-Hit City as Indonesia Calls Off Search Effort
World Bank, Asian Development Bank and UN pledge to support reconstruction.
Australia Agrees to Train Indonesians in Cyber Security
Defense ministers talk as ASEAN and world finance leaders discuss sustainable development.
Death Toll in Indonesia’s Quake, Tsunami Climbs Past 2,000
Authorities tell foreign aid workers to leave disaster areas in Central Sulawesi province.
Students Return to School in Indonesia’s Quake-Stricken Sulawesi
Death toll nears 2,000 with about 5,000 still unaccounted for, rescuers say.
At Least 5,000 People Believed Missing After Quakes, Tsunami on Indonesian Island
Indonesian officials set Oct. 11 as target date for completing search-and-recovery operations in disaster-hit Sulawesi.
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