Indonesian human rights groups decried the arrests made of West Papuan students and pro-independence activists after Sunday’s peaceful rally.
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Indonesian authorities arrested hundreds of demonstrators across West Papua and other parts of Indonesia on December 1 in a pro-independence protests.
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Indonesian seeks to empower women in several domains with main objective of implanting road safety at the heart of her women’s empowerment startup.
The third largest democracy, young mobile-first population, low levels of digital literacy, Indonesia highly susceptible to spread of fake news and hoaxes.
The KPK Commission of Indonesia has named 41 local councilors from east Java city of Malang as suspects in a major bribery scandal, leaving four in office.
Declassified files from the U.S. Embassy in Jakarta from 1997 to 1999 provide fresh insight into tumultuous transition
Indonesia chosen as one of five non-permanent members of the UN Security Council after a competitive bidding process
The two democratic giants are finding that the growth of the internet has produced unexpected challenges
The new law allows police to hold suspects for up to 221 days in detention before they are brought to court