Pushed by the aggressive encroachment of forests, Indonesia’s endemic great ape, the Tapanuli orangutan, is officially among the world’s most endangered primates as fewer than 800 currently exist in the wild.
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Frontier technologies bring new opportunities as well as wide-ranging impacts and policy implications for the economy at the national, regional and global levels, writes Sri Mulyani Indrawati in an Oped.
ASEAN will continue to be headquartered in Jakarta even when Indonesia has moved its capital to Kalimantan, says the organization’s secretary-general Lim Jock Hoi.
Jokowi cannot afford to slow down his busy routine; he and Ma’ruf simply have no time to sit back and relax.
Clashes between protesters and security forces broke out on Monday, September 30, following a protest against the government and the House of Representatives in the capital city.
The wave of protests against the government and the House of Representatives is expected to continue on Monday as the legislative body is scheduled to hold its last plenary session for the 2014-2019 term.
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I will never forget the first time I realized how powerless my Indonesian passport really is.
Many still have not returned to their homes and are living in makeshift shelters.
Sharia law is once again in the headlines as parties debate its merits and the need for secularism.
At least 11 students have died while another 10 are missing after a flash flood inundated a school building in North Sumatra, on Friday afternoon.
As the emergency response period for recent earthquakes comes to an end, survivors continue to struggle with daily needs as they remain displaced from their homes.
Hundreds of infrastructure projects have been getting off the ground in countries included in China’s Belt and Road Initiative, but challenges remain.