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Fire breaks out at Indonesian army ammunition depot brought under control, probe on to determine cause

Firefighters fought for hours to bring the fire that broke out at an army ammunition depot near the Indonesian capital Jakarta on Saturday evening under control, officials said on Sunday.

Hundreds evacuated after explosion in Indonesian military complex

Jakarta/IBNS/UNI: Over 130 families have been evacuated after an explosion at a military ammunition warehouse near the Indonesian capital Jakarta on Saturday evening, an official said on Sunday.

Vietnam, Indonesia, Tajikistan adhere to 'One China' policy

Beijing: Indonesia, Vietnam, and Tajikistan remain committed to the One China principle, recognising Beijing as the only legitimate government of the entire Chinese territory, their foreign ministries said on Monday following elections in Taiwan.

Thirteen die as blast rocks Chinese-owned nickel factory in Indonesia

At least 13 workers died after an explosion rocked a Chinese-owned nickel factory in Indonesia on Sunday (December 24, 2023).

Death toll in Indonesia's Mount Marapi volcano eruption reaches 23

West Sumatra (Indonesia): The death toll from Indonesia's Mount Marapi volcano explosion reached 23 as rescuers found the last missing hikers, BBC reports.

Indonesia's Mount Marpi volcano erupts claiming lives of eleven hikers

Following its eruption over the weekend, bodies of eleven hikers have been found near the crater of Indonesia's Mount Marapi volcano, reports BBC.

Volcanic eruption in Indonesia leaves 11 climbers dead

Bodies of 11 climbers were recovered on Monday and 12 people are still missing following the eruption of an active volcano in Indonesia's West Sumatra province.

UN chief hails SE Asia for vital role ‘building bridges of understanding’

Amid rising geopolitical tension, Southeast Asia is fulfilling a “vital role in building bridges of understanding” worldwide said the UN chief on Thursday.

Miss Universe Organisation cuts ties with Indonesia chapter following sexual harassment allegations

The Miss Universe Organization has announced it terminated relations with its franchisee in Indonesia following the recent scandal over sexual harassment at the local Miss Universe pageant.

China's TCM giant GPHL to import medical herbs from Russia, Indonesia

Beijing: Guangzhou Pharmaceutical Holdings Limited (GPHL), China's leading traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) manufacturer, Tuesday announced a plan to import nearly 30,000 tonnes of TCM materials from Indonesia and Russia in the next five years, reports said.

Rights experts concerned over intimidation around mega tourism project in Indonesia

New York: Experts appointed by the UN Human Rights Council have expressed concern over reports of increased militarization and intimidation surrounding a multi-billion-dollar urban development and tourism project in Indonesia.

Two killed in riot at Chinese-funded nickel plant in Indonesia

Jakarta: Two workers including a Chinese national were killed during a clash that broke out at an Indonesian nickel processing plant over the weekend, media reports said on Saturday.

Indonesia: President’s apology for past rights violations a ‘step on the long road to justice’

The UN human rights office, OHCHR, welcomed on Friday the Indonesian President’s statement of regret earlier this week, for serious rights violations dating back to the 1960s.

Sunshine, sea, and sustainable tourism: Indonesian women entrepreneurs adapt to a changing world

New York: Sustainable tourism is proving to be a viable career option for women in the picturesque North Sulawesi region of Indonesia, where they are making the most of skills training provided by the UN.

UN refugee agency welcomes Indonesia's ‘act of humanity’ in rescuing migrants adrift at sea

New York: Indonesian fishing crews and local authorities who took part in rescuing more than 200 people adrift at sea, were hailed on Tuesday by the UN refugee agency, UNHCR, for their “act of humanity”.