Stories By Devianti Faridz
123 Jul 2014 Wed
Indonesian president-elect Joko Widodo was back at work as the governor of Jakarta on Wednesday (July 23), one day after winning the election. He has called for unity in the nation, as his team focuses on his presidency.
222 Jul 2014 Tue
Security forces in Indonesia are on high alert ahead of the official announcement of the presidential election results as fears grow over possible clashes between supporters of both camps.
320 Jul 2014 Sun
Dozens of supporters of Indonesian presidential candidates Prabowo Subianto and Joko Widodo gathered to sign a peace declaration, ahead of the announcement of the result of the tightly-contested election.
418 Jul 2014 Fri
Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono has called for an immediate end to the conflict and cycle of violence in Gaza. Yudhoyono also approved US$1 million in humanitarian assistance for Palestine.
517 Jul 2014 Thu
As results day of Indonesia's presidental election approaches on July 22, millions of used ballot cards have been tabulated across the archipelago. But reports of irregularities and tampering from the camps of both presidential candidates have marred the counting process.
614 Jul 2014 Mon
Former Indonesian ambassador to the United States Dino Patti Djalal has been inaugurated as Indonesia's new deputy foreign minister. The 48-year-old replaces outgoing minister Wardana, who has been appointed Indonesian ambassador to Turkey.
709 Jul 2014 Wed
Eight years on, thousands of people affected by the Lapindo mudflow in Indonesia’s East Java province have yet to receive any compensation. The victims are calling on the new president to urge the company responsible for the incident to pay up what they owe.
804 Jul 2014 Fri
Some analysts have said the current Indonesian government is not maximising South Sulawesi province's role in serving as an eastern gateway. It is an issue posing both challenges and opportunities for the country's future leadership.
930 Jun 2014 Mon
The province of West Java is seeing one of the fiercest contests in the Indonesian presidential election. Recent opinion polls show former general Prabowo Subianto has a slender lead over his rival Joko Widodo in the area.
1024 Jun 2014 Tue
Indonesia's tobacco manufacturers on Tuesday began printing graphic health warnings on packets, as the health ministry embarked on more serious measures to reduce the number of smokers in the country.