In a rural region experiencing agrarian development, how are the priorities and aspirations of young people in South Sulawesi changing?
Malaysia and Indonesia share strong reservations over Australia’s decision to acquire nuclear-powered submarines, even though nuclear weapons were not part of the plan, Malaysia’s foreign minister said.
Indonesian Olympic Committee expects to resolve WADA issues to green light hosting ANOC World Beach Games
Indonesian Olympic Committee (KOI) President Raja Sapta Oktohari has expressed confidence the non-compliance status of the country’s National Anti-Doping Organisation (NADO) can be lifted within a month.
Indonesia is to gradually reopen parts of the country where COVID-19 vaccination rates are above 70 percent.
Ambassador of LBBP RI Dakar, Dindin Wahyudin, on Saturday, October 16, 2021 witnessed virtually the inaugural release of electric motor exports produced by the nation’s children, GESITS, to Senegal produced by PT WIKA Industrial Manufacturing (WIMA).
The COVID-19 pandemic has had uneven economic, social, psychological and health impacts. It has magnified existing inequalities, including those experienced by people with disability.
Battling heatwave conditions and pandemic precautions, about 300 Australian and Indonesian soldiers are conducting their largest ever annual joint combat training across Defence bases in the Top End.
The International Day of Rural Women on October 15 was observed by many agricultural and women organisations across the world.
Welcome to the hell ship.”
That was how a man welcomed Imam Syafi’i and his fellow fishermen aboard the dilapidated fishing boat that was to be their workplace for the next few months in 2011.
Pulp film exploring patriarchal society draws international plaudits.
Bali officials have confirmed that 18 of Bali athletes who had joined a competition in Papua have tested positive with COVID-19.
Indonesia’s path toward using entirely renewable energy sources by 2060 includes banning the sales of fossil-fuel vehicles and operating a nuclear power plant.
Jokowi’s approach to the restive province is fundamentally flawed.
“We need not only money, but also state recognition and justice,” said the victim of the 1965 tragedy.