Three Soldiers, Civilian Killed in Militant Attack in Indian Kashmir

Three Indian soldiers and a woman were killed when militants ambushed a patrol in South Kashmir early on Thursday.

23 February 2017 | 03:00 PM


Govt Will Stand Its Ground Against Possible Lawsuit by Freeport

Energy and Mineral Resources Minister Ignasius Jonan says the government will stand its ground in the face of Freeport-Mcmoran's threat of taking the government to court.

23 February 2017 | 02:41 PM


Stand-Off Hurts Freeport's Wall Street Shares

Freeport-Mcmoran's shares have continued their slide following the newly issued mining regulations, which the company has strongly objected to.

23 February 2017 | 02:35 PM


Bunker Down

Flood victims bunker down in empty containers in Cilincing, North Jakarta, on Wednesday (22/02).

23 February 2017 | 02:32 PM


Authorities Take Actions to Help Residents Affected by Floods

Recent floodings in several areas of Greater Jakarta have inundated hundreds of houses and main streets. Regional Disaster Mitigation Agency, working with regional authorities, have launched measures to help affected residents.

23 February 2017 | 02:28 PM


Indonesia's Current State of Democracy Has Gotten Out of Line: Jokowi

President Joko Widodo has strongly warned the public to not allow extremist ideologies to cloud their judgement. Jokowi has also urged people to maintain their sense of national pride and identity to the state ideology Pancasila.

23 February 2017 | 02:25 PM


In Vain

Two boys were killed after being swept by strong currents on the Galeh River in Temanggung, Central Java, on Wednesday (22/02).

23 February 2017 | 02:20 PM


Jokowi Forms Selection Committee to Find Patrialis Akbar Replacement

The selection committee will be led by former Constitutional Court Judge Harjono. The committee members include law experts, such as Sukma Violetta, Todung Muly Lubis and Ningrum Sirait.

23 February 2017 | 02:20 PM


Dock and Awe

A Japanese destroyer docks at Tanjung Priok Port in Jakarta on Wednesday (22/02).

23 February 2017 | 02:11 PM


Thai Court Reduces Magazine Royal Insult Sentence

Thailand's Supreme Court on Thursday reduced the sentence of a prominent former magazine editor who had been jailed for 10 years for insulting the monarchy.

23 February 2017 | 02:09 PM