Anti-money laundering agency works with Australian counterpart to stem flow of cash.
Indonesian government agrees to Acehnese group’s request for amnesty.
Officials set death toll at 78, including 12 who are still missing and presumed dead.
The Brussels mosque, the biggest one in Belgium, symbolizes Islam’s integration in the country.
Indonesian police, meanwhile, say they are hunting leaders of disrupted terror plot.
Some suspects were communicating with an Islamic State leader in Syria, police say.
Officials stop short of giving full names of companies allegedly involved.
Authorities arrest at least six members of a jihadist cell influenced by IS, police say.
Thirty-nine people have been rescued so far.
Elite few benefit from burning peatland to establish palm oil plantations.
Indonesia, Bangladesh still vulnerable, activists warn.
The parliamentary speaker is being investigated for allegedly demanding shares from PT Freeport Indonesia.
‘The Divine Grace of Islam Nusantara’ showcases the moderate, tolerant Islam prevalent in Indonesia.
Human rights advocates are concerned about moves to widen the role of the armed forces.
Terrorism experts say local militant groups are unlikely to mount major attacks.
Grassroots efforts seek to replace rice as food staple.
Waste management expert stresses 3-R solution to cut down on trash.
Indonesia’s central government says the issue falls within the jurisdiction of local authorities.
Human rights group vows to investigate circumstances that led to man’s death.
Joko Widodo is first Indonesian president to meet directly with the jungle-dwelling Orang Rimba people.
A young Indonesian shares his story about how he almost got lured into radicalism.
Permitting rules meant to avoid interfaith tensions are having the opposite effect, researcher says.
Minister says shallow understanding of Islam can motivate terrorist acts.
Tourists can also be punished under Islamic law in Indonesian province.
Indonesian leader acknowledges impact on climate in comments at White House.
The code in the Indonesian province now covers homosexual acts, child rape and extramarital kissing.
Peat fires have a particularly bad impact on global warming, the World Resources Institute says.
People can now use their mobile phones to catch a ride on two-wheeler taxis.
Indonesia banned the Islamic State group in 2014.
Well over 300 refugees have escaped from temporary shelters, officials confirm.