Monthlong exercise in Kalimantan is aimed at countering militants returning home from Syria, Indonesian officials say.
Surveillance aircraft being financed through “security assistance funding, and not national funds,” official says.
Suspect Rofik Asharudin was polite, good reciter of the Quran, neighbor tells BenarNews.
The increase in hardline thought could threaten Indonesian democracy, Setara Institute says.
Blast took place two days before the Eid al-Fitr Muslim holiday.
Members of the special forces unit had committed “crimes against humanity,” Indonesia’s human rights commission said.
Protesters attacked the home of a candidate they thought stole votes from another politician, police say.
Six suspects were arrested on charges of planning to kill “national figures” during election riots.
But many residents also earn money from scavenging and selling scrap for recycling.
Calm returns after clashes that also wounded more than 700 people and resulted in arrests of at least 400 protesters.
Government limits access to social media to prevent chaos, security affairs minister Wiranto says.
Unclear whether dead are civilians or police; 20 arrested for inciting a riot, police chief says.
President Jokowi faces demands from majority and non-majority groups as he heads into a final term.
Retired Gen. Prabowo Subianto calls the presidential vote count the “result of fraud.”
The pre-dawn announcement comes amid heightened tensions in the Indonesian capital, as police try to prevent mass protests.
Police say militants were planning to bomb a May 22 rally when official general election results are to be released.
Jusuf Kalla spoke to world leaders at Christchurch Call to Action meeting.
Christians, Muslims pray together for victims of 2018 attacks on churches in Surabaya.
Program outlines efforts to grow halal sectors including finance, manufacturing, agriculture and tourism.
At least 550 poll workers and cops died while overseeing and protecting the April election.
Investment chief: Issues with high-speed rail project in Indonesia are “being fixed.”
Group allegedly planned to attack mass gathering expected to protest official election results.
Landowner plans to build a five-story structure at site of nightclub targeted in 2002 bombings.
Jakub Fabian Skrzypski is first foreigner in Indonesia to be found guilty of treason, his lawyer says.
Government needs to “think in a visionary way,” Indonesia’s president says about moving capital away from Jakarta.
Jakarta-based IPAC issues report in aftermath of Easter Sunday bombings in Sri Lanka.
Jakarta summons Hanoi emissary following weekend confrontation at sea.
Toll brings calls for country to review world’s largest one-day polling process.
Police have been deployed in Jakarta to ward off potential unrest amid claims of voter fraud.
Domestic worker Adelina Lisao was made to sleep outside with a dog.