Stories By Devianti Faridz
122 Aug 2015 Sat
British Prime Minister David Cameron met with Indonesia’s business community and religious leaders during the second day of his Southeast Asian tour on Tuesday (Jul 28).
222 Aug 2015 Sat
Indonesia’s Food and Drug Agency has increased inspections across the archipelago in light of the Islamic fasting month of Ramadan, but the lack of strong law enforcement and public ignorance has made it difficult to ensure food products are safe for eating.
322 Aug 2015 Sat
As the world marks World Day Against Child Labour 2015 on Friday (Jun 12), Indonesia's Manpower Ministry says it plans to phase out all forms of child labour in seven years.
422 Aug 2015 Sat
Indonesia confirmed it will build temporary shelters to accommodate stranded migrants in Aceh and Sumatra.
522 Aug 2015 Sat
Mixed responses have been received from Bangladeshi migrants, who are stranded in Indonesia's Aceh province and are expected to be flown home by the end of June.
622 Aug 2015 Sat
In his speech marking the 60th anniversary of the landmark 1955 Asian-African Conference, Indonesian President Joko Widodo urges world leaders to emulate the Bandung spirit, to meet current challenges.
722 Aug 2015 Sat
Indonesian President Joko Widodo on Wednesday (Apr 22) urged leaders at the Asia-Africa summit to help reform the United Nations and work for a new global economic order.
822 Aug 2015 Sat
Seventy seven countries get set to work on deeper political and economic ties at the Asia-Africa Conference in Jakarta this week. Analysts note the ability to forge plans as global economic and political currents change swiftly will be key.
904 Aug 2015 Tue
Human rights activists see this as a positive step as it could prevent discrimination against women and minority groups.
1019 Jul 2015 Sun
Despite their illegal status, Indonesia's motorcycle taxi companies are providing a welcome transport alternative for commuters in the congestion-plagued capital of Jakarta.