US condemns Indonesian anti-LGBT statements
The United States criticized Indonesia on Thursday for saying there is "no room" for the gay community in the world's most populous Muslim-majority country.
Indonesia FA votes for overhaul after ban
Indonesian football's ruling body voted Wednesday for a total clear-out of its top ranks following a year-long FIFA ban, as the government vowed complete reform of the crisis-wracked sport.
Drug trafficking: Indonesia executes Nigerian, three Others
Indonesia early yesterday executed four convicted drug offenders, including two Nigerians, one Senegalese and one Indonesian by firing squad despite petitions and international pressure to review their cases.
Three Nigerians executed in Indonesia
Indonesia executed four convicted drug traffickers, including three Nigerians, early on Friday as it pushed ahead with its "war against drugs", although another 10 scheduled executions were delayed.
IS-linked suicide bomber hits Indonesia police station
A suicide bomber riding a motorbike blew himself up outside an Indonesian police station Tuesday, injuring one officer in an attack officials said was linked to the Islamic State group.
Red Bull apologises to Indonesia over offensive ad
Red Bull has publicly apologised for shooting a commercial in which an athlete performed acrobatic stunts across one of Indonesia's ancient holy temples, an official said Thursday.
Indonesia volcano eruption kills three
Three people died and four others were critically injured Saturday after a highly active volcano in western Indonesia erupted violently, shooting hot ash and gases into the atmosphere, an official said.
Banned Indonesia want Mourinho
As former Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho mulls his next move, an unlikely suitor has emerged in the form of the beleaguered Indonesian national team, which is banned from international football.
Indonesian politician threatens ban on teen dating after dark
Dating just got harder for Indonesian teenagers in West Java, with a local leader on Thursday threatening to ban late-night trysts and marry off young couples caught out after dark. If a new regulation goes ahead as planned on October 1, teenagers in Purwakarta, a local district about 100 kilometres from the Indonesian capital Jakarta,…