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Indonesia's Prabowo to challenge election result in court

Jakarta - The ex-general who lost Indonesia's presidential election to Joko Widodo will challenge the result in court, his campaign team said Wednesday, a move that could spell weeks of uncertainty for the world's third-biggest democracy.
In the Media by Arlina Arshad (AFP)

Jakarta governor Widodo wins Indonesian presidential race

Jakarta - The reform-minded governor of teeming Jakarta, Joko Widodo, has comfortably won Indonesia's closely-fought presidential race against a controversial ex-general with deep roots in the era of strongman Suharto, final results showed Tuesday.
In the Media by Sam Reeves (AFP)

Two dead, nine missing as boat capsizes off Malaysia

Kuala Lumpur - Malaysian authorities on Tuesday were searching for nine people missing at sea after an overloaded fishing boat carrying illegal Indonesian migrants capsized off southern Malaysia, killing at least two.
In the Media by Julia Zappei (AFP)

Canadian teacher arrested in Indonesian child sex scandal

Jakarta - A Canadian teacher has been arrested in Indonesia for alleged child sex abuse, police said Tuesday, in a scandal that has rocked one of the country's most prestigious international schools.
In the Media by AFP

Two dead, 18 missing as boat capsizes off Malaysia

Kuala Lumpur - At least two people died and 18 others were missing after an overloaded fishing boat carrying illegal Indonesian immigrants capsized off the coast of southern Malaysia, a maritime official said Tuesday.
In the Media by AFP

Fraud fears as Indonesia awaits end to presidential deadlock

Jakarta - With both presidential candidates declaring victory in Indonesia's knife-edge election this week, anxiety is growing that fraud and dirty tactics could twist official results due to be announced later this month.
In the Media by Angela Dewan (AFP)

Indonesia's Widodo expresses vote count fears in tight poll

Jakarta - Indonesian presidential hopeful Joko Widodo urged his supporters Thursday to carefully monitor vote-counting in a bitterly fought election amid concerns about cheating, a day after both he and his rival declared victory.
In the Media by Presi Mandari (AFP)

Indonesian markets welcome projected Widodo win

Jakarta - Indonesian stocks rallied to a one-year high Thursday after most unofficial tallies showed Jakarta governor Joko Widodo ahead of ex-general Prabowo Subianto in a closely fought race to lead Southeast Asia's biggest economy.
In the Media by Olivia Rondonuwu (AFP)

Indonesia's Prabowo, Widodo both claim election victory

Jakarta - Ex-general Prabowo Subianto declared victory in Indonesia's tight presidential election on Wednesday, shortly after Jakarta governor Joko Widodo also claimed a win.
In the Media by AFP

Indonesia votes in divisive presidential election

Jakarta - Polls opened Wednesday in Indonesia's tightest and most divisive presidential election since the downfall of dictator Suharto, pitting Jakarta governor Joko Widodo against Prabowo Subianto, an ex-general with a chequered human rights record.
In the Media by Sam Reeves (AFP)

Indonesia's Widodo rallies supporters ahead of poll

Jakarta - Presidential hopeful Joko Widodo pledged to build a "new history" for Indonesia at a huge campaign rally Saturday, a last push to win votes in a tight election race.
In the Media by AFP - 1 comment

Indonesia's Widodo rallies supporters ahead of poll

Jakarta - Presidential hopeful Joko Widodo pledged to build a "new history" for Indonesia at a huge campaign rally Saturday, a last push to win votes in a tight election race.
In the Media by AFP

Confirmed death toll in Malaysia boat accidents rises to 16

Kuala Lumpur - Malaysian maritime authorities on Sunday recovered the body of an Indonesian woman, raising the confirmed death toll from two boat accidents to 16 with dozens of others still missing.
In the Media by AFP

Nazi-themed Indonesian cafe reopens

Bandung - A controversial Nazi-themed cafe in Indonesia that closed shop last year after sparking international outrage reopened Saturday with its walls still bearing swastikas and a painting of Adolf Hitler.
In the Media by Timur Matahari (AFP) - 2 comments

Death toll rises to 15 in twin Malaysian boat accidents

Kuala Lumpur - Malaysian authorities said on Friday a 15th body was found and 27 people remain missing from two boat accidents, at a time when Indonesian illegal migrant workers head home for the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan.
In the Media by AFP

27 missing, 14 dead in two boat accidents off Malaysia

Kuala Lumpur - Malaysian authorities said Thursday 14 people had died and 27 others were still missing following two boat accidents at a time when many illegal migrant workers head home to Indonesia for the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan.
In the Media by M Jegathesan (AFP)

27 missing, nine dead after boat sinks off Malaysia

Twenty-seven people were missing on Wednesday and nine were confirmed dead after an apparently overloaded boat carrying Indonesian illegal migrants headed home for Ramadan sank overnight in rough seas off western Malaysia.
In the Media by Manan Vatsyayana (AFP)

'Tortured' maid's ex-boss denies charges in Hong Kong court

Hong Kong - A Hong Kong woman accused of torturing her Indonesian maid in a case that sparked international concern on Tuesday denied all the charges against her.
In the Media by AFP

Campaigning kicks off for Indonesian presidential election

Jakarta - Campaigning for Indonesia's July presidential election officially kicked off Wednesday, with favourite Joko Widodo facing a tough challenge from a Suharto-era former general with a chequered human rights record.
In the Media by AFP

Indonesia let reporters listen to Australian leader's call

Jakarta - Indonesia admitted Tuesday that reporters had been allowed to listen in on a conversation between its president and Australia's prime minister aimed at improving relations, but insisted it had been a mistake.
In the Media by AFP

Pirates free Indonesia-bound Thai tanker after cargo theft

Kuala Lumpur - Pirates have released an Indonesian-bound Thai tanker after stealing its oil cargo, in the latest attack in Southeast Asian waters, the International Maritime Bureau said Monday.
In the Media by AFP

Volcanic ash halts flights to north Australian city

Sydney - Flights into and out of the northern Australian city of Darwin were cancelled Saturday and some to Bali affected owing to huge ash clouds thrown up by an Indonesian volcano.
In the Media by AFP

6.2-magnitude earthquake strikes off Indonesia: USGS

Banda Aceh - A 6.2-magnitude quake struck off the western Indonesian island of Sumatra Sunday, prompting panicked people to run out of their homes. However there were no reports of damage and a tsunami warning was not issued.
In the Media by AFP

Indonesia gang-rape victim faces caning for violating Sharia law

Langsa - An Indonesian woman who was allegedly gang-raped in Aceh as punishment for sleeping with a married man may still be caned under the province's Islamic laws.
In the Media by Brett Wilkins - 2 comments

Australian PM 'regrets axing Indonesia trip'

Jakarta - Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott called the Indonesian president Tuesday to express regret after axing a trip to Bali reportedly due to fears an asylum boat turn-back could inflame tensions, Jakarta said.
In the Media by AFP

Indonesia school abuse scandal sparks soul-searching

Jakarta - A sex abuse scandal at one of Indonesia's most prestigious international schools has sparked a heated debate about the failure to protect youngsters in the country and prompted calls for harsher punishments for paedophiles.
In the Media by Arlina Arshad (AFP)

Indonesian military chief in flashy watch row

Jakarta - Indonesia's military chief came under fire Friday after rejecting claims he had been pictured wearing a luxury Swiss watch and insisting that the timepiece was a Chinese-made fake.
In the Media by AFP

Drunk passenger on Virgin plane sparks Bali hijack alert

Denpasar - 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 Media by Sonny Tumbelaka (AFP) - 2 comments

Indonesia speaks out on boatpeople amid Australia tension

Jakarta - Jakarta called on governments Monday to stop "shifting responsibility" for asylum-seekers, in veiled criticism of Australia's hardline policy of towing boatloads of would-be refugees back to Indonesia.
In the Media by AFP

Indonesian lawmaker jailed in Alstom-Marubeni bribe case

Jakarta - Indonesia's main anti-corruption court sentenced a lawmaker to three years' jail Monday for accepting bribes from French company Alstom and Japan's Marubeni in a multimillion-dollar contract.
In the Media by AFP
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Yogyakarta Performing art. This event was held in Yogyakarta. At  14 october 2011. The participant c...
Yogyakarta Performing art. This event was held in Yogyakarta. At 14 october 2011. The participant come from Japan,Korea,United States and also Indonesia. This is two days event
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An Indonesian court had in April 2007 cleared Playboy Indonesia s editor-in-chief of distributing in...
Playboy Indonesia
An Indonesian court had in April 2007 cleared Playboy Indonesia's editor-in-chief of distributing indecent pictures to the public and making money from them after a high-profile trial that exposed deep divisions in the Muslim-majority nation. The case was resurrected later, and Erwin Arnada was sentenced to two years in prison.
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This sunset photo on an island named Bangka country Indonesia
This sunset photo on an island named Bangka country Indonesia
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The Tengger massif in Java  Indonesia  at sunrise  showing the volcanoes Mt. Bromo (large crater  sm...
Thomas Hirsch
The Tengger massif in Java, Indonesia, at sunrise, showing the volcanoes Mt. Bromo (large crater, smoking) and Mt. Semeru (background, smoking). The early morning fog surrounds the peaks, covering a plain of finest volcanic ashes.
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This sunset photo on an island named Bangka country Indonesia
This sunset photo on an island named Bangka country Indonesia
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Dolphins are hauled out of their plastic performing pools and loaded into the back of trucks.
JAAN
Dolphins are hauled out of their plastic performing pools and loaded into the back of trucks.
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The Bornean orangutan is endemic to the island of Borneo where it is present in the two Malaysian st...
Josh More
The Bornean orangutan is endemic to the island of Borneo where it is present in the two Malaysian states of Sabah and Sarawak, as well as in three of the four Indonesian Provinces of Kalimantan.
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Indonesia after 2004 tsunami
Patrick M. Bonafede - U.S. Navy
Indonesia after 2004 tsunami
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Newly cleared farmland in Kerinci Seblat National Park  Sumatra
Schlegel
Newly cleared farmland in Kerinci Seblat National Park, Sumatra
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Burial on Nias  a small island off the Sumatra coast.
Burial on Nias, a small island off the Sumatra coast.
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Yogyakarta Performing art. This event was held in Yogyakarta. At  14 october 2011. The participant c...
Yogyakarta Performing art. This event was held in Yogyakarta. At 14 october 2011. The participant come from Japan,Korea,United States and also Indonesia. This is two days event
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Sukhoi Superjet-100
Gleb Osokin
Sukhoi Superjet-100
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Students protest in Jakarta Indonesia
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Students protest in Jakarta Indonesia
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Cangkuang Lake
Yulia
Cangkuang, West Java, Indonesia
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The total number of Bornean orangutans is estimated to be less than 14% of what it was in the recent...
Tim Strater
The total number of Bornean orangutans is estimated to be less than 14% of what it was in the recent past (from around 10,000 years ago until the middle of the twentieth century) and this sharp decline has occurred mostly over the past few decades due to human activities and development.
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An Ogoh-ogoh effigy ready for the procession
An Ogoh-ogoh effigy ready for the procession
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Putting the final touches to an Ogoh-ogoh effigy
Putting the final touches to an Ogoh-ogoh effigy
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Palu  Indonesia
Trollderella
Palu, Indonesia
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Indonesia s Mount Tambora.
Jialiang Gao/Wikimedia Commons
Indonesia's Mount Tambora.
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National Monument  also known as Monas  the icon of Jakarta
Yulian Firdaus
National Monument, also known as Monas, the icon of Jakarta
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