Eleven injured, including young girl, in blast that killed four alleged bombers.
Assault was first of its type in the country involving a woman and children, officials said.
Meanwhile, court postpones Friday hearing for Aman Abdurrahman, an alleged Indonesian leader of Islamic State.
Islamic State claimed responsibility for uprising at Brimob detention facility.
Efforts to counter radicalism on campus are relatively new, researcher says.
“I never killed anyone,” Aman Abdurrahman told a court during his terrorism trial.
Court convicts defendants for trying to smuggle in more than a ton of crystal meth.
Environmental activists are urging the government to improve security around an oil processing facility.
Setya Novanto was also ordered to pay $7.3 million in restitution for taking kickbacks.
Bombings took place in Syrian region on the day that Bahrumsyah was allegedly killed, U.S. officials say.
Local police had impounded the $250-million vessel Equanimity as part of a U.S.-led probe related to the Malaysian state fund 1MDB.
Parties and coalitions are focusing on selecting presidential and vice presidential candidates.
Governor says change will protect children and dampen foreign protests, but some Acehnese object.
Human rights groups castigate President Jokowi despite becoming country’s first leader to visit the remote Asmat regency.
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.