Police regain control after clashes with demonstrators over recent detention of Papuan students, authorities say.
Ryamizard Ryacudu calls for military operation after a police officer was slain in Papua province.
Fourteen former members formally give up their belief in an Islamic state.
But recruiting women peacekeepers to meet U.N. targets has proven challenging.
Chinese companies among foreign firms that have provided fighter jets, warships and combat vehicles, report finds.
President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo berates officials for not having back-up plans.
Foreign ministers say the action should strengthen security cooperation between the two nations.
The canings were held outdoors despite a 2018 gubernatorial decree that they be moved inside a prison.
Meeting took place as chief U.S. emissary for Taliban talks prepared for crucial round of negotiations in Qatar.
Revised anti-terror law allows armed forces to join battle against violent extremism.
Rullie Rian Zeke and his wife blew themselves up at a Philippine Church in January, killing 23.
Indonesia’s newly reelected president must walk a fine line in dealing with ultra-conservative groups, think-tank says.
Islamic State “remains an eminent threat” in Southeast Asia, Suhardi Alius tells security forum in Washington.
Suicide attackers were deported from Turkey in 2017 after trying to join Islamic State in Syria, authorities said.
President Joko Widodo grants amnesty for woman who taped boss’ lewd phone conversation.
A task force has cornered the militants and blocked off escape routes, officials say.
JI has paid its top leaders with revenue from plantations, according to the national police.
Initiative adopted last year established a platform for six countries to share intelligence on violent extremism.
Bandung court judges orders Bahar bin Smith to serve three years in prison.
At least 24 children and 29 women from Indonesia are in Syrian camps, foreign ministry says.
Sutopi Purwo Nugroho, National Disaster Management Agency spokesman, lost his battle with lung cancer.
Military is still searching for a helicopter that vanished in Papua on June 28.
Police plan to file case despite psychiatric exam that showed she has mental illness.
Five men including an 80-year-old arrested for displaying separatist flag inside a Maluku house, activist says.
Para Wijayanto was on a government most-wanted list for 16 years.
Foreign ministry official confirms the two were convicted and must serve their sentences there.
Petition has “no legal basis,” Constitutional Court rules, certifying President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo's victory.
Suspects were part of a ring luring Indonesian women into marriages in China, police say.
House in North Sumatra was used to manufacture disposable butane lighters
Indonesian Muslim leader praises internment camps as “great” for teaching Uyghurs life skills.