Nomination of Prabowo Subianto could set up rematch against President Widodo.
Kiki Muhamad Iqbal was convicted for a second time on charges linked to terrorism.
Survivors told authorities five others died during their 20-day ordeal.
Sukmawati Soekarnoputri apologized and said poem she read reflected her personal view.
No ransom was paid to free them from Libyan militants, foreign minister said.
Five suspected drug dealers have been shot dead since the country’s anti-drug czar took the helm, police said.
Setya Novanto is charged with embezzling millions of dollars in e-ID card project.
Local people have little hope the death will be explained or adequately punished.
Activists Urge Court to Invalidate Indonesian Law Regulating Criticism of Politicians
Former official sold his home in 2015 to pay for his family’s travel to Raqqa.
“Equanimity” impounded off Indonesia's Bali island pending turn over, officials said.
Threat to use violent force comes as police step-up anti-drugs clampdown.
A group of traumatized terror-attack survivors boycotted Jakarta event, reports say.
Indonesian and U.S. authorities seize $250 million superyacht owned by Malaysian businessman Jho Low off Bali.
Washington is engaging Jakarta in a “remediation” process regarding Kopassus, a special forces unit.
Government official calls the encounter a breakthrough in Indonesia’s deradicalization efforts.
Lawyers for ex-Jakarta governor say they have evidence of mistake made in ruling.
Social media, Islamic fundamentalism are powering the "trend."
Human Rights Watch says Medal of Honor a “gross insult” to thousands of drug-war victims.
Aman Abdurrahman faces death penalty for allegedly masterminding bomb attacks from his jail cell.
Suspect visited country’s radical hotbed cities prior to stabbing priest, parishioners, police say.
Police shot and wounded man who allegedly attacked churchgoers during Sunday Mass.
Parliament could vote to revise criminal code next week.
Proposed changes to laws regarding same-sex relationships and extramarital sex go against human rights, they say.
IS-linked defendant Suryadi Mas’ud was accused of smuggling firearms from the Philippines.
“Genocide and ethnic cleansing” may have occurred in Myanmar, Zeid Ra-ad al-Hussein tells Indonesia conference.
The national police chief ordered an investigation of officers’ actions during and after salon raids.
Event founded by Bangladeshi-American calls for women of different faiths to wear headscarves for a day.
Human Rights Watch calls for their release because they did not violate Sharia law.
Police leader calls women perfect agents to prevent growth of militantism.