Around 5,000 people live in a residential complex near the contaminated land, officials say.
Alpius Gobai was one of four high schoolers shot and killed during unrest in 2014.
Rebels claim they shot down the Russian-made Mi-17 helicopter in June.
The women pleaded guilty to sending money to supporters of Islamic State linked to JAD, its Indonesian affiliate.
“We have no plan to bring home terrorists,” Mahfud MD announces after meeting President Joko Widodo.
The cause of the helicopter crash was not yet known, but all 12 people on board were believed killed, officials said.
President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo: Authorities “weighing pros and cons.”
Islamic State is focusing away from luring recruits to Iraq and Syria, report says.
The slain 29-year-old suspect named Wahyu was believed to be a member of the IS-linked Jamaah Ansharut Daulah.
Suzethe Margaret suffers from mental illness and is not accountable for her action, judge says.
Southeast Asian nations take sweeping steps to contain deadly flu-like coronavirus.
Mongabay.com editor Philip Jacobson was detained in December after attending a hearing on indigenous people’s rights.
Prabowo Subianto’s spokesman said last week the minister was likely to discuss possible procurement of Russian missiles.
Superpower invested nearly $5 billion in 2019, topping Japan and finishing second to Singapore.
Malaysia and Thailand document more cases while the Philippines monitors travelers from Wuhan, China.
The coal-powered plant, which cost $1.8 billion, started operation in December in Java’s Banten province.
Rights groups, Mongabay.com news site founder question the legal action against journalist Philip Jacobson.
Two victims say they are luckier than others seeking government assistance.
But augmented negative sentiment also accompanied Beijing’s increased clout, poll says.
Government cannot interfere with cases where citizens could be tried for terrorist involvement, security minister says.
International Center for Political Violence and Terrorism Research releases annual study on “Counter Terrorist Trends and Analyses.”
Japan and United Arab Emirates are also interested in project on Indonesian Borneo.
Maritime official says Chinese fishing boats are sailing out of Indonesia’s exclusive economic zone.
U.S. analyst, Indonesian officials say Chinese ships still operating as of Tuesday in Indonesia’s Exclusive Economic Zone.
Government deploys additional warships, fishermen to counter Chinese ships in region.
Chain of Indonesian islands lies at southern end of the contested South China Sea.
Jakarta filed complaint with Beijing over fishing boats, coast guard ships entering its South China Sea territory.
Officials: At least 63 Chinese fishing boats, two coast guard vessels had entered Jakarta’s territorial waters since Dec. 19.
Malaysian PM says oppression of Uyghurs “must be acknowledged by all parties.”
Peaceful protests across Indonesia and neighboring Malaysia demand end to mass incarceration in Xinjiang province.