Indonesia’s gross domestic product is expected to grow 5.0-5.1 per cent year on year at 2023-end, supported by factors, including spending before 2024 General Elections, an economist of the University of Indonesia Teuku Riefky stated.
Indonesia’s decentralized health information system at the subnational – district/city and provincial – pose several challenges.
Police say suspects are members of hardline groups Jemaah Islamiyah and Jamaah Ansharut Daulah.
With the Indonesian presidential and legislative elections four months away, the rest of 2023 will be busy with political campaigning.
Jakarta has a chance to position itself as a leading representative of those states whose security and prosperity is most closely tied to the ocean.
At least 12 people have died and three others are critically ill after drinking home-made liquor in Indonesia’s West Java province, police say.
Not only is the country grappling with a falling rupiah, food insecurity and a current account deficit, but investors are also staying on the sidelines until a winner emerges from the Feb 14 poll.
He is expected to be charged with inciting hatred under the information and electronic transactions law that has a sentence of up to six years’ jail.
The Indonesian military has announced its intent to build squadrons of indigenous drones to bolster its surveillance and air defense capabilities.
Zebra sharks were once a common sight in the turquoise waters around Raja Ampat, a collection of Indonesian islands north of Australia.
Excavations on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi have uncovered two unique and deadly artefacts dating back some 7,000 years – tiger shark teeth that were used as blades.
Has the bullet train project strained the once tight relationship between Indonesia and China?
Many Indonesians were probably surprised when 60 percent of eligible Australian voters said “No” in the Oct. 14 referendum to alter the constitution to create a Voice to Parliament to represent the indigenous Aborigine peoples.
A hospital set up by Indonesians in the Gaza Strip has become one of the latest to run out of power, as aid workers scramble for fuel to continue saving lives amid the worsening humanitarian crisis there.