Indonesia took over the leadership of the G-20, so its agenda for the multilateral group becomes even more important in 2022.
CEO says clean sources could make up half company’s revenue in 10 to 15 years
Indonesia is facing a pandemic of sexual violence at higher learning institutions, the education minister said Friday, as he defended his ministry from criticism by religious conservatives who oppose part of a new decree designed to stop such offenses.
Film pendek Konta-Sai baru-baru ini memenangkan penghargaan juri tidak hanya untuk film animasi terbaik di festival film ReelOzInd 2021 tetapi juga penghargaan untuk film terbaik.
Threats of flooding and a surge in dengue fever cases loom in Greater Jakarta as the weather phenomenon La Niña returns for the second time this year and it is expected to last until February of next year.
It is more important than ever to prepare Indonesian micro, small, and medium enterprises (MSMEs) to survive and thrive in the context of a disease that may be here to stay.
Indonesia is committed to “standing in the middle” between the United States and China and using ASEAN as a buffer.
Researchers at Java’s IPB University say Indonesia is doing more to restore coral reefs than any other country on Earth.
Fears explosion in Jakarta could mark escalation in campaign against those working on West Papua issues
Indonesia amazed the world at its World Expo 2020 Dubai National Day that took place at Al Wasl Plaza.
Indonesia plans to give booster shots to the general public after 50% of its population has been fully vaccinated, its health minister said on Monday, which he expects to happen at the end of next month.
Australian mining company BHP Minerals is relinquishing its 80% stake in BHP Mitsui Coal (BMC) to Sinarmas group-owned mining company Stanmore Resources, a subsidiary of Golden Energy Resources (GEAR).
Authorities have swung into action in Australia’s northern waters, destroying illegal Indonesian boats and seizing hundreds of kilograms of fishing gear and seafood.
Indonesia’s environment minister has dismissed as “inappropriate and unfair” a global plan to end deforestation by 2030, days after her country, home to a third of the world’s rainforests, joined 127 other nations in making the deforestation pledge.
MUI leader said that being bisexual “goes against human nature, religion and human rights”.