Amman Introduces a New Corporate Identity [Ad]
Why are we seeing fewer Indonesian LGBT films?
Tokyo residents support 'unavoidable' ban on oversea fans
‘Like the end of the world’: Beijing faces worst sandstorm in decade
Artists turn to Times Square ahead of Broadway’s comeback in April
Japan's children of the tsunami shaped by tragedy
Residents clean up after Indonesia volcanic eruption
Ape escape: Indonesian orangutans airlifted back to wild
‘To do nothing is not an option’: Indonesian foreign minister defends meeting ju...
Floods hit Greater Jakarta after heavy rainfall
Warships, helicopters and divers were deployed in the sea off Jakarta and discovered body parts, wreckage and passenger clothing.
Divers are also looking for the downed Sriwijaya Air Boeing 737-500’s black boxes – cockpit voice and flight data recorders – after the authorities said on Sunday they have managed to pinpoint their location. It is not clear what caused Flight SJ182 to go down but analysts have cited such factors as bad weather, pilot error and mechanical malfunction.
Read the full article here.
Video and text: AFP
Intern journalist: Dio Suhenda
Multimedia editor: Yuliasri Perdani