Stories By Devianti Faridz
116 Jan 2015 Fri
One family who lost four relatives in the AirAsia flight QZ8501 crash has turned to faith for strength, holding weekly prayer sessions.
215 Jan 2015 Thu
The discovery of the AirAsia plane's fuselage have renewed families' hopes that the remains of their loved ones will be found.
314 Jan 2015 Wed
Interpol on Wednesday (Jan 14) visited AirAsia's Crisis Centre in Surabaya, East Java, to support the multi-national Disaster Victim Identification (DVI) team that has been tasked to identify the bodies of flight QZ8501.
413 Jan 2015 Tue
Several challenges, including incomplete ante-mortem data such as fingerprints or dental records, are hampering the identification of bodies recovered from AirAsia QZ8501.
508 Jan 2015 Thu
The 28-member multinational Disaster Victim Identification (DVI) team comprises experts from Australia, the United Arab Emirates, Malaysia, Singapore and South Korea.
606 Jan 2015 Tue
But most families are confused about the legality of the offer and have been reluctant to accept it.
704 Jan 2015 Sun
More than a fourth of the passengers on board the ill-fated AirAsia flight QZ8501 were members of the Mawar Sharon church - Surabaya's second-largest church.
802 Jan 2015 Fri
A hospital in Pangkalan Bun acts as a centre for bodies to be prepared before they are flown off to Surabaya for identification. Channel NewsAsia looks at what is being done in the initial stages of verifying the victims of AirAsia flight QZ8501.
929 Dec 2014 Mon
Family members wait anxiously at the international airport in Surabaya as the search for AirAsia Flight QZ8501 heads into dusk on the second day after the airplane went missing.
1017 Dec 2014 Wed
Packed main streets of Indonesia's capital are slated to undergo a radical move to ban motorcycles as authorities work to untangle long-running congestion through a mix of traffic enforcement, more public transport services and new tolls.