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Indonesia is in talks with Russia on the purchase of a number of Kilo Class submarines, as the country expands its deterrent capabilities in anticipation of future regional disputes.
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Dozens of activists from different NGOs from a number of cities staged a rally at the Yogyakarta Ground Zero area on Friday, demanding the government draw up an anti-rape bill due to the high number of rapes in the country.
A second Resorts World Sentosa staff has been fined S$20,000 for providing misleading information to the Casino Regulatory Authority.
Australia will not halt collecting intelligence on Indonesia but would work towards becoming its trusted partner, Prime Minister Tony Abbott said Friday in the wake of damaging espionage allegations.
Among the many tributes paid to Nelson Mandela, few have touched on his role as a fashion icon.
Yusen Logistics' warehousing facilities in Indonesia will hit 90,000 square meters in 2014, as it begins work on a 16,700-square-meter facility in February.
Dumai District Court sentenced Malaysian citizen Broderick "Achin" Chin Teck Fui to 15 months behind bars on Thursday for insulting the Indonesian flag.
KEEROM, 5 December 2013 - Refugees who have returned to Indonesia's Papua province from exile in neighbouring Papua New Guinea are disillusioned with their new lives.
Indonesian authorities have separately arrested a German man and an Austrian woman for attempting to smuggle methamphetamines into the country, officials said Thursday, an offence punishable by death.
About 100 protesters in East Timor have thrown rocks at the Australian embassy, with police responding with tear gas as a spying row intensifies.
Two Singaporeans, aged 21 and 27, are expected to be charged in court on Friday for offences under the Computer Misuse and Cybersecurity Act.
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U.S. agribusiness giant Cargill is building a $100 million cocoa processing facility in Gresik, East Java, with a capacity of 70,000 tonnes per year, said Job Leuning, the company's head of Head of Cocoa and Chocolate for Asia Pacific Region.
Indonesian forces have again shown their real motives arbitrarily arresting and detaining 16 persons at a peaceful demonstration in Jayapura on 6 November 2013 held at the Offices of the Papuan Peoples Council to urge for the rejection of Special Autonomy Plus in Papua.
Eleven suspects were nabbed for drug-related offences in a 12-hour joint enforcement operation which began on Tuesday morning.
An Indonesian court on Wednesday jailed 14 Muslim Rohingya men from Myanmar for nine months each for bludgeoning eight Buddhists from their country to death in an Indonesian detention centre.