Heavy downpour causes floods in Sukabumi and Jakarta
Religious Affairs Minister Fachrul Razi tests positive for COVID-19
Yogyakarta rescue center fights to save animals’ lives through thick and thin
Benetta Phinisi offers cruises and exploration for Jakarta diving enthusiasts
‘Veronica Koman no longer owes the state’
UI accused of ‘endorsing free sex’ for promoting consent
Indonesia backs out of 2020 Thomas and Uber Cup over COVID-19 concerns
‘Please, don’t kill us’: Doctor mourns death of colleagues in fight against COVI...
3D art adds some cheer amid virus gloom in Indonesia
Kompas Gramedia cofounder Jakob Oetama dies at 88
Two enormous explosions devastated Beirut's port on Tuesday, leaving at least 73 people dead and thousands injured, shaking distant buildings and spreading panic and chaos across the Lebanese capital.
The second blast sent an enormous orange fireball into the sky, immediately followed by a tornado-like shockwave that flattened the port and swept the city, shattering windows kilometers away.
Text by AFP/Bachir El-Khoury and Rouba El-Husseini
Photo by AFP/STR