The government is considering the services of Visa and MasterCard to distribute food and other social assistance. But local banks are protesting.
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On a hot day in 1941, after a long journey by ship from the United States to Surabaya, and continuing by rail to Jakarta, Herawati stepped off the train at…
The massacre of close to half a million people, which began after a failed coup attempt led to the killing of Army generals on September 30, 1965, is the darkest…
People of Banjar Masean at Jembrana, Bali, exhumed a mass grave containing victims of the 1965 tragedy. It was their way of reconciling with the past.
The DPR ethics committee has cleared the name of Setya Novanto over the 'Papa Wants Shares' scandal. It was a strange decision.
The Attorney-General's Office has indicted former Indonesian Banking Restructuring Agency chief Syafruddin Tumenggung for corruption. The case was held up in its pretrial hearing and by political maneuvering.
Some 12,000 objects of shared colonial heritage from the Dutch Museum Nusantara seek a new destination after Jakarta halted repatriation efforts to Indonesia.
The three-hour Mahabharata play felt flat, with too many messages for the audience.
Maxpower Indonesia commissioner has acknowledged a bribery allegation.
Despite his unclear status in the jakarta administration, Sunny Tanuwidjaja allegedly brokered communications between Aguan, Mohamad Sanusi and Basuki Tjahaja Purnama.