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Indonesian police have arrested a construction worker suspected of murdering a British woman in her rented villa on the holiday island of Bali, an official said Sunday.
 

An 84-year-old man could face death by firing squad for smuggling crystal methamphetamine worth more than US$400,000 into the Indonesian resort island of Bali, an official said Monday.
 

Indonesia's presidential race unexpectedly tightened Monday when the country's second-biggest party shifted its support from frontrunner Joko Widodo and backed a former general competing against him.
 

Indonesia has ordered a ban on popular video-sharing website Vimeo after accusing it of hosting pornographic content, sparking social media fury on Tuesday.
 

The official count confirmed Friday the victory of Indonesia's biggest opposition party in last month's legislative elections, giving its star candidate a boost ahead of an upcoming presidential race.
Indonesian opposition on top in legislature

 

Indonesia said Saturday it would send its ambassador back to Australia this month in a bid to normalize relations after a spying row that has soured ties between the two countries.
 

Indonesian growth slowed more than expected in the first quarter, official data showed Monday, as weak exports and tight monetary policy weighed on Southeast Asia's top economy.
 

A drunk passenger sparked a hijack alert on a Virgin Australia flight heading for the Indonesian resort island of Bali Friday when he attempted to break into the cockpit, officials said.
 

In the wake of the alleged sexual abuse case at Jakarta International School (JIS) in South Jakarta, Indonesia, where a 6-year-old kindergarten student was supposedly gang raped by several members of the school's cleaning staff, questions have been raised about safety at schools, in particularly at JIS.
 

The number of asylum-seekers registering in Indonesia has fallen from around 100 a day to 100 a week in recent months, the U.N. said Thursday, as Australia implemented hard-line policies aimed at deterring boatpeople.
 
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