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Suspected militants in the southern Philippines boarded an Indonesian tugboat and abducted seven of 13 crew members in a third such attack in the volatile region, the Indonesian foreign minister said Friday.
 
Death toll from Indonesia floods, landslides reaches 47
The death toll from landslides and flooding in Indonesia rose to 47 on Monday, an official said, after hundreds of homes were engulfed by surging torrents of mud and rock.
 
In Indonesia, refugee-founded school thrives
Mahboob Jafari had barely seen the inside of a classroom, let alone taught in one, before he arrived in Indonesia as a refugee fleeing persecution in Afghanistan.
 
31 dead, 19 missing in Indonesian floods, landslides: official
The death toll from flash floods and landslides in Indonesia has risen to 31, an official said Sunday, as search crews scour devastated villages in the hope of finding survivors.
 
Indonesia plans to put 16 convicts to death after next month's Muslim Eid holiday, an official said Tuesday, confirming executions were set to resume after a hiatus.
 
Indonesian netizens have reacted with fury and a flurry of donations after footage emerged of a frail food seller breaking down as her cafe was raided for staying open during the daytime in Ramadan.
 
Rafting to school
Schoolchildren ride on a makeshift raft to attend the opening of classes at the remote Casili Elementary School in Montalban, Rizal, northeast of Manila, Philippines, on Monday, June 13.
 
Three leaders of a banned Indonesian sect have been arrested for blasphemy and treason, police said Tuesday, drawing condemnation from activists who accuse authorities of persecuting the men for their beliefs.
 
Indonesia's defense minister said Thursday suspected communists killed in 1960s military-backed massacres "deserved to die," as a backlash mounts against efforts to resolve one of the darkest chapters in the country's history.
 
Indonesian activist Adlun Fiqri could be jailed for wearing a T-shirt allegedly bearing a leftist logo, one of many caught up in a backlash against efforts to shine a light on military-backed, anti-communist massacres half a century ago.
 
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