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In an attempt to provide the public with an easily accessible violence and conflict platform, Indonesia's Coordinating Ministry of People's Welfare in cooperation with the World Bank and the Habibie Center, launched the National Violence Monitoring System (SNPK), a website that provides records of conflict and violence across the nation.

The Eid celebrations this past week means I have had to do a lot of hand shaking with friends and acquaintances, and in some cases to reflect the intimacy of our relationship, kissing and hugging — the friendly rather than the romantic type.

Indonesia's anti-graft agency on Wednesday arrested the head of the energy regulator to probe allegations he took more than half a million dollars from an oil firm, piling more uncertainty on energy policy in Southeast Asia's biggest economy.

Indonesia's National Police will crack down on illegal possession of firearms following a series of shootings against police officers and prison guards.

A volcano spewed more hot ash and lava on a tiny Indonesian island Monday after causing six deaths over the weekend.
Volcano spews more hot ash, lava in east Indonesia; 6 killed


Officials were searching Sunday for the bodies of two children as small explosions could be heard from a volcano that erupted a day earlier, killing six people on a small island in eastern Indonesia.
Search continues after Indonesia volcano erupts


An Indonesian passenger jet crashed into a cow and skidded off the runway as it came into land at an airport in the center of the archipelago, officials said Wednesday.
Indonesian plane skids off runway after hitting cow


Rescuers were searching for 40 missing Indonesians including women and children on Saturday after a boat carrying them home to celebrate the end of the Islamic fasting month of Ramadan sank off Malaysia.

Rescuers were searching Wednesday for dozens of asylum seekers still missing after their boat sank in Indonesian waters on the way to Australia. Nearly 190 survivors were brought to safety and nine bodies were recovered.
Asylum seeker boat sinks off Indonesia, 189  saved so far


A controversial Nazi-themed cafe in Indonesia would be reopened with a broader World War II theme — without the swastika symbols but retaining images of Adolf Hitler, the owner's lawyer said Tuesday.
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