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Massive military spending in the Asia-Pacific region is driving an "explosion" in the global arms trade and will exceed the size of America's defense budget within a decade, according to a study of trends in global defense spending.
Just hours after six American students arrived in Surabaya, Indonesia, on Friday evening, media reported that one of the country's last remaining vestiges of its Jewish community had been reduced to a pile of rubble.
The Justice Department spent a whopping $58.7 million last year to send its employees to conferences around the world, a jet-setting junket machine that has a key senator questioning the agency's commitment to frugality in an era of sequester budget cuts.
The Indonesian ambassador is denying claims that he paid demonstrators to show support for Indonesia's president when he received an award for religious tolerance in New York.
A women's rights group is outraged over a recent move by North Aceh’s district head to ban women from dancing in public.
Indonesian police arrested four people Thursday, foiling a planned terrorist attack on the Myanmar embassy in Jakarta.
The Spratlys and the Paracels would hardly seem to be worth fighting over. Consisting of a few small islands and a few dozen rock outcroppings, many of which are underwater at high tide, they lack a source of fresh water and have never been inhabited — until now.
Five high school students in Central Sulawesi, Indonesia, were expelled and threatened with juvenile detention after they "tainted religion" by recording themselves praying and dancing to a Maroon 5 song.
Indonesian investigators on Sunday began working to determine what caused a new Lion Air passenger jet to miss a runway while landing on the resort island of Bali and crash into the sea without causing any fatalities among the 108 on board.