President declares a national emergency and orders “large-scale social restrictions,” without releasing details.
Without stronger intervention, world’s largest Muslim-majority nation could see 144,000 deaths by May, health experts say.
Two Indonesian employees of PT Freeport Indonesia are also wounded in the attack, authorities say.
Cabinet ministers were told to stay in Jakarta and focus on the nation’s health crisis.
At least five doctors and a nurse in the country have died after being infected with the coronavirus.
The nation reports its highest daily jump in infections to date, and Southeast Asia’s highest death toll.
But thousands had already travelled to attend the event, despite COVID-19 fears, South Sulawesi governor says.
Para Wijayanto was the alleged leader of extremists accused of involvement in the 2002 Bali bombings.
Indonesia, Malaysia announce economic measures, including tax breaks, to dampen coronavirus impact.
The Philippines, where cases have spiked since last week, confirms a second death from the virus.
President Jokowi welcomes royal couple on the first full day of their four-day visit.
Responding to critics, Mahfud MD says at least 117 former terrorists have been reformed this year.
IPAC report focuses on how two West Sumatra religious study groups were drawn to militant organizations.
Dozens being monitored after contact with patients; many in the vast nation are skeptical that these are the first cases.
Riyadh’s extraordinary move takes place as Middle East infections from COVID-19 soar.
Unmanned aircraft are to be used for maritime surveillance including around the Natuna islands.
Depleted uranium found in two houses in the same contaminated neighborhood, police spokesman says.
COVID-19 is indirectly affecting the construction of a high-speed railway and a hydropower project, officials say.
Security forces deny allegation and say they gunned down an 18-year-old separatist during a shootout.
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.