As the eurozone only slowly returns to growth, investors here are looking for places which offer better returns. With average GDP growth of 6% p.a., Indonesia offers plenty of opportunities.
The speaker of Indonesia's parliament, who is wanted for questioning in a graft scandal, has been hospitalized after a car accident. Social media users are joking that the crash is an elaborate stunt to avoid arrest.
Seven years since he passed away, Indonesia's former President Gus Dur is still a constant figure in people's minds. Some would use him as a target of hate, but many regard him as a hero, says his daughter Alissa Wahid.
The Indonesian capital's sitting Christian governor, Basuki Tjahaja Purnama, has conceded defeat in an election seen as a test for pluralism in the world's largest Muslim country. Christina Schott reports from Jakarta.
A large number of Indonesians want Shariah to be implemented in their country and support women donning the hijab, says a new survey. It comes amid fears that Islamist groups are gaining more traction and visibility.
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