Nearly 22,000 Indonesians work on Taiwanese boats, according to a new report by Greenpeace.
Twenty people arrested near Jayapura are expected to be charged, rights lawyer says.
Weeks of protests in the troubled region left more than 40 people dead, officials said.
Suspects netted more than U.S. $2.5 million during the past few months, investigators say.
“He is an example to fellow inmates,” Indonesia’s counterterrorism chief says of Umar Patek.
“I have made it my personal mission to inform other people about the situation in Papua,” Veronica Koman tells BenarNews.
Hairul, known for his bomb-making skills, has become an influential figure with the Eastern Indonesia Mujahideen, officials say.
Trial looms for detainees who joined rallies demanding referendum on self-determination for easternmost region.
Forty-three suspects have been arrested as part of a probe into the Nov. 13 bombing.
Police have beefed up security at stations nationwide after the bombing in Medan.
Analyst questions whether there was “operational planning” to strike resort island.
Sam Rainsy says he will stay in a country near Cambodia while preparing to return.
Rights group Walhi says physical and legal threats have been on the rise.
But Sam Rainsy said he is now scheduled to leave Malaysia for Indonesia on Thursday.
Authorities identify suspect as a Medan-born university student.
New state-run website will ensure civil servants are loyal to nation's ideology, minister says.
Latest suspect in custody ordered others to kill pair involved in disputes with palm oil companies, investigators allege.
Pair of victims was involved in land disputes between residents and palm oil plantations.
Police leader estimates 28 detainees were abandoned by Syrian forces.
Terror groups advanced their global presence, use of technologies in 2018, State Department’s annual report says.
A local official said the cleric’s caning shows sharia law in Aceh is not applied indiscriminately.
Activists question finding that Golfrid Siregar was fatally injured in a motorcycle crash.
“I don’t think we want to commit an act of terrorism again,” says chat group’s founder.
The president says he wants normalcy in the region struck by a series of violent protests.
Appointment of former Army Gen. Prabowo Subianto stirs anger among rights defenders.
Nahdlatul Ulama and Muhammadiyah want more evidence about China’s treatment of the minority group.
Ex-Army special forces chief Prabowo Subianto says he would serve “in the field of defense.”
President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo will be sworn in for his second and final term on Sunday.
About 31,000 security personnel will be on duty for President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo’s second inauguration.
Militants will pose security threat if they return to their homelands in Southeast Asia, counter-terror officials told BenarNews.