Voters in East Nusa Tenggara (NTT) have reportedly placed large bets on
the second round of the gubernatorial election, held…
The Sendang Pawitra Sinar Surya Catholic shrine in Tawangmangu, Surakarta, Central Java, was vandalized by unidentified individuals on Wednesday evening.
Jakarta Governor Fauzi Bowo has been named the nation’s best patron for HIV/AIDS awareness campaigns.
Mt. Anak Krakatau in the Sunda Strait has erupted plumes of thicksmoke over the past few days.
The king of dangdut, Rhoma Irama, led a delegation of musicians and recording industry executives to the East Java Police to champion the fight against piracy on Wednesday.
Thousands of residents of Ternate city, North Maluku, were evacuated on Wednesday after a cold lava flood from the recent eruption of Mt. Gamalama destroyed 67 houses and three bridges.
A young boy makes the most of the floodwater as a motorcyclist
progresses gingerly in Makassar, South Sulawesi, on Wednesday.
Ten prisoners at a penitentiary in Jember, East Java, have tested positive for HIV, the virus that causes AIDS.
Several so-called mobile Internet centers in North Sumatra are sitting
idle because local administrations do not have the budget to operate
them, an official says.
City police have refused to dismantle a road separator in front of the
US Consulate in Surabaya, which has been blamed for causing traffic
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