Police are following procedures for handling armed suspects who resist arrest, official says.
Five IS-linked suspects arrested in West Java, east of Jakarta.
Group reportedly includes high ranking civil servant who went missing in August 2015.
Meanwhile, 17 Indonesians who fled Raqqa are now in Iraq, officials say.
Training aims to balance intolerance and extremism with positive alternatives.
Officials hold meetings with tech giants to curtail terror-related material online.
The deportation of 18 Taiwanese nationals to China prompts protest from Taipei.
But government warns other social media sites that they could face similar scrutiny.
Police in mainland China helped Indonesian counterparts bust cybercrime syndicate.
Security leaders discuss learning from each other in efforts to take down militants.
Think tank: Jakarta should push labor recruiters to prevent women from getting drawn into extremism.
Malaysia, Philippines, Brunei and New Zealand will join talks on how to stop IS.
At least 50 people have died from diarrhea and other ailments over the past three months, officials say.
Moderation, unity were key themes of international clerics meeting in Indonesia.
Terrorist threats could increase in region long after fighting in Marawi ends, new report says.
Indonesian branch members of global Muslim group could face imprisonment if they violate decree.
Setya Novanto denies wrongdoing, says he won’t resign.
Government has not yet restored full access to the messaging application, however.
Move comes amid growing security concerns about expanding presence of Islamic State in Southeast Asia.
President’s order for feasibility study on possible move fuels debate.
In Indonesia, the resource-rich exclusive economic zone is now called the North Natuna Sea.
The controversial measure gives the government greater power to disband groups deemed threatening to the nation’s integrity.
Jakarta and Ankara will share high-tech intelligence on terror suspects.
Allegedy offensive video criticizes actions by people protesting now-jailed Jakarta governor Ahok.
Militant allegedly masterminded 2002 Bali, 2003 Jakarta attacks.
Area waters should be safe for commerce, unsafe for terrorists, defense chiefs say.
Trial of Dian Yulia Novi and Muhammad Nur Solihin could last three months.
Majelis Mujahideen Indonesia (MMI) is not involved in terrorism, top leader tells BenarNews.
Buni Yani could face prison term for allegedly removing word to defame former Jakarta governor.
Indonesia is boosting defenses and increasing patrols along its northernmost islands and other areas.