Production of smartphone components can damage the environment, but researchers in Jakarta have come up with a novel idea using bio-waste.
A female flogging squad has enraged Indonesian activists. Authorities in the province say more women are committing "moral" offenses, which are punishable in Islamic-conservative Aceh by whipping or caning.
The West appears to be making many concessions to the Taliban to forge a peace deal. Do they also involve a compromise on fundamental human rights? DW talks to the head of Friedrich-Ebert Foundation in Afghanistan.
Indonesia is seeking to curb Chinese influence over its fishing waters in the South China Sea with help from Japan. Yet, at the same time, Tokyo must ensure the plans do not endanger its own rapprochement with Beijing.
A glance at social media sites suggests the Asian community is facing discrimination. DW's reporters visited Bonn's Asian community for a closer look.
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