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Already one of the most-traveled presidents in history, President Obama will travel next month to Indonesia, where he grew up as a boy.
Hollywood actor Harrison Ford interviewed Indonesia’s president on Tuesday about environmental degradation for a TV documentary on climate change.
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.
Indonesia has issued regulations that will require cigarette packets to bear graphic photographic warnings, a long-delayed measure in a country with one of the highest rates of smoking in the world.
As the U.N. General Assembly convenes this week in New York, several leaders of mostly Muslim nations are suggesting that the world body consider sanctions on blasphemy, amid widespread protests against an amateur movie that denigrates Islam's Prophet Muhammad.
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton is in Beijing to press Chinese authorities to agree to peacefully resolve disputes with their smaller neighbors over competing territorial claims in the South China Sea. But as she began her meetings here, China questioned the stated neutrality of the United States.
As the United States moves to bolster its military position in Asia, it faces severe budget cuts from Congress, an increasingly powerful rival in China and a hornet's nest of regional political sensitivities.
A film about one woman's efforts to rescue orangutans and return them to Indonesia's rapidly disappearing jungles has made its way home.
A radical Islamic cleric accused of setting up a terror training camp in western Indonesia had his prison sentence slashed from 15 years to 9 years, an appeals court said Wednesday. No reason was given for the decision.