Indonesian language was designated as the official language of the UNESCO General Conference during the plenary session of the 42nd session of the General Conference of UNESCO in Paris.
Towards the end of 2023, there will be another transition at the helm of the Indonesian military, Tentara Nasional Indonesia (TNI), as TNI commander Admiral Yudo Margono steps into retirement.
For generations, the seafaring Duano Indigenous community in Indonesia’s Riau province has relied on paddles and basic nets for their livelihood, launching small boats into healthy fishing grounds off the eastern coast of Sumatra.
Amid pro-Palestinian marches, however, some Muslims say a fatwa to boycott Israel-linked brands is ‘poorly thought-out’ and turning ‘a political movement into a religious one’.
It has been one month since Sepultura closed Jogjarockarta 2023, leaving behind beautiful memories of rock and Heavy Metal music that have remained for the more than 6,000 people who came to attend one of the best heavy festivals in Indonesia.
President Joko Widodo has overseen an era of strong growth and rapid development. In an interview, he reveals far larger ambitions.
Indonesia’s prudential regulator, the Financial Services Authority (OJK), is currently engaged in discussions regarding the potential classification of coal-fired power plants as ‘green’ under a planned update to its classification scheme for green investments, the Indonesian Green Taxonomy (THI).
A wave of sliced watermelon emojis is overwhelming the social media landscape in Indonesia and Malaysia in a show of support for Palestinians, causing at least one company to disable the comments section of its account as it tries to manage its public messaging while the Israel-Hamas war rages on.
A giant underground pyramid-like structure hidden beneath a hillside in Indonesia far outdates Stonehenge or the Giza Pyramids and, according to a new paper, may come to rival the oldest megalithic structures ever built by human hands.
Ely Marlina’s 2-year-old child began to cough as the wildfires enveloped Indonesia’s Ketapang district in the summer of 2019.
Indonesia has inked three different trade agreements meant to improve access to the Australian market, but the country’s exports to its southern neighbor have barely budged over the past years, the government said.
In light of reaching the collective goal of “Indonesia Emas 2045”, the government is collaborating with the private sector to further develop Indonesia’s education system.
A formal partnership agreement now provides a structured mechanism for XSPI and AIC to closely collaborate to support initiatives and goals.
The first consignment of Indonesian humanitarian assistance for Gaza left Jakarta on Saturday, consisting of medical equipment and water purifiers.