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Indonesia: Coal mine explosion leaves nine workers dead

Jakarta: At least nine workers died as an explosion hit a coal mine in  Indonesia's western province of West Sumatra on Friday, media reports said.

Indonesia: Suicide bombing in Bandung leaves two dead, nine hurt

Jakarta: Two people were killed and nine others injured after a suicide bombing occurred at a police station in Bandung city, the capital of Indonesia's West Java province, on Wednesday morning, police said.

Indonesia: 3 police injured in suicide bomb attack

Jakarta: A suicide bombing occurred at a police station in Bandung, the capital city of Indonesia's West Java province, on Wednesday morning, killing the bomber and leaving three policemen injured, police said.

Indonesia: 3 police injured in possible condemnation of new criminal code

Bandung/IBNS: A suicide bombing occurred at a police station in Bandung, the capital city of Indonesia's West Java province, on Wednesday morning, killing the bomber and leaving three policemen injured, police said.

Five dead as tour bus drops off cliff in Indonesia

Jakarta/UNI: A tour bus rolled off a 30-meter cliff in the Indonesian province of North Sumatra, leaving at least five people dead and 12 others wounded on Monday evening, local police said on Tuesday.

6.1 magnitude earthquake strikes Indonesia

Jakarta/UNI: A 6.1-magnitude earthquake jolted North Sulawesi province in central Indonesia on Sunday, but did not trigger a tsunami, the country's meteorology, climatology and geophysics agency said.

15 fishermen missing as boat capsizes in Indonesia

Jakarta/UNI/Xinhua: Rescuers continued searching for 15 fishermen who went missing after their boat sank in the Arafura Sea, an Indonesian official said on Tuesday.

Pioneering Namibia MP, Indonesia family planning board, win 2022 UN Population Award

New York: The UN’s sexual and reproductive health agency, UNFPA, announced on Monday the winners of it’s 2022 UN Population Award, with the individual prize going to a young trailblazing parliamentarian from Namibia, while the institutional award went to Indonesia’s National Population and Family Planning Board.

Bali authorities to deport Russian social media influencer over nude photo shoot on sacred tree

Bali authorities have decided to deport a Russian social media influencer after her act of posing naked for a photo shoot on a sacred tree in violation of local culture, media reports said on Saturday.

Indonesia: Shocking abuses against indigenous Papuans, rights experts report

New York: Shocking abuses against indigenous Papuans have been taking place in Indonesia, UN-appointed rights experts said on Tuesday, citing child killings, disappearances, torture and enforced mass displacement.

Urgent action needed to save Rohingya refugees distressed at sea in Indonesia

New York: The UN refugee agency called on Wednesday for the immediate, life-saving disembarkation of a group of Rohingya refugees in distress at sea off the coast of Indonesia.

China directs Indonesia not to continue drilling off South China Sea islands

Beijing: China has directed Indonesia to halt an oil and natural gas development project in the South China Sea.

Afghan refugees in Indonesia sew their lips to protest against UNHCR

Jakarta/UNI: Afghan refugees in Indonesia have sewn their lips shut in an attempt to draw United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR)'s attention as the organization has failed to address their problems and process their asylum-seeking cases.

Indonesia’s plan to build mega railway with China triggers debt trap fear

Jakarta: Indonesia is planning to involve Japan and China to build two separate routes for the same railway project, a move analysts fear might lead to Chinese debt trap and even deteriorate Jakarta's relationship with Tokyo.

Natuna Islands: Indonesia adds patrols after detecting Chinese, US ships in South China Sea

Jakarta: The Indonesian Navy has increased patrol around the   Natuna islands in the South China Sea after Chinese and US vessels were detected in the international waters closer by, media reports said.