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.
Jokowi describes Security Minister Wiranto’s condition as “stable, improving” after second hospital visit.
Minister Wiranto “to be stabilized” after undergoing three-hour surgery, cabinet secretary says.
Main suspect in the stabbing and a policewoman arrested in September had alleged ties with the same militant cell.
Deadly violence uprooted as many as 16,000 residents of Wamena on Sept. 23.
Some critics say his government’s way of dealing with dissent harkens back to the Suharto era.
Puan Maharani is elected as the Muslim-majority nation’s first woman to serve as House speaker.
Independence leader Benny Wenda welcomes gesture, demands withdrawal of Indonesian security forces.
Reporter was clearly identified as a journalist when she was shot at close range allegedly with a police projectile.
Thousands of students have been holding daily rallies across the country against proposed changes to the nation’s criminal code.
Thousands of displaced residents of Central Sulawesi are living in tents.
Police fire water cannons and tear gas during the second day of nationwide rallies.
“Right now, the situation is under control,” national police spokesman Dedi Prasetyo says.
Singapore officials charged three Indonesian domestic workers over alleged links to the Islamic State.
“Law enforcement rarely exists on the ground,” an Indonesian scientist says.
Military: Undetermined number of casualties in gunfight with separatist rebels in Puncak.
Imam Nahrawi is suspected of accepting 26.5 billion rupiah (U.S. $1.17 million) in bribes.
Thousands in Indonesia and Malaysia reported to have respiratory, vision problems as a result of haze.
But exceptions can be made for those younger than 19 with court approval, legislator says.
Proposed changes to the law governing Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) amount to a betrayal of reform, activists say.
Thick haze closes hundreds of schools as peatland blazes spark blame game.
The president met with regional leaders for the first time since anti-Jakarta protests broke out last month.
Sarawak officials closed 409 schools as Air Pollutant Index reached unhealthy level.
Problematic provisions in the proposed bill include those about sex outside marriage and religious blasphemy, critics say.
Jakarta imposed the online blackout last month following deadly protests.
The three men are suspected of being involved with the pro-Islamic State MIT extremist group.
Police: Unidentified attackers kill five gold miners in Yahukimo regency.
Jakarta should consider sending commandos to quell unrest, parliamentary speaker says.