Stories By Jack Board
113 Jan 2015 Tue
Divers are also believed to have marked out the likely location of the AirAsia aircraft’s fuselage, believed to lie at a depth of 30m.
212 Jan 2015 Mon
A day on the decks of the USS Fort Worth, one among a multinational armada of vessels deployed to help bring closure to this tragic chapter.
312 Jan 2015 Mon
The flight data recorder unit of the black box from AirAsia flight QZ8501 is on its way to Jakarta for immediate analysis with early results possible within two days, Indonesia's military chief tells reporters.
410 Jan 2015 Sat
While the tail wreckage of AirAsia flight QZ8501 has been retrieved, the all-important black boxes have yet to be found. Indonesian officials however, emphasised that the search for victims' bodies remain a top priority.
509 Jan 2015 Fri
The Indonesian government is preparing to deploy a team of highly specialist divers to improve the chances of locating more bodies around the crash site of AirAsia flight QZ8501.
608 Jan 2015 Thu
These are just some of the many men and women involved in the exhausting, complex operation in Pangkalan Bun, Indonesia. The job is to find AirAsia flight QZ8501 and bring the bodies of the victims back to their loved ones.
708 Jan 2015 Thu
Lead investigator says the search teams' top priority is to locate bodies from the crash site, before salvaging the AirAsia plane's flight data recorder and cockpit voice recorder.
807 Jan 2015 Wed
From blind masseuses to volunteers from the Red Cross Society, Indonesians have moved into action to help out at the crisis centre in Surabaya where family members of those on board the missing plane wait, as well as at Pangkalan Bun.
917 Dec 2014 Wed
The answers to these questions could have serious ramifications on domestic laws as well as the country's broader approach to its immigration policy.
1018 Nov 2014 Tue
A new study conducted by the Walk Free Foundation has uncovered an increase in the prevalence of modern slavery, including human trafficking, forced labour and exploitation of children. Today, there are over 23 million people enslaved in Asia.