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Thousands of Indonesian workers protested in the capital Jakarta on Thursday demanding better wages nationwide and free health care as the economy in Southeast Asia's biggest nation booms.
Hundreds of Indonesian Muslim students protested in Jakarta Sunday against fresh Israeli airstrikes on the Gaza Strip.
Indonesian police have arrested two suspected militants for involvement in a failed bomb attack on a provincial governor on Sulawesi island, a spokesman said Monday.
The three Indonesians who made Bloomberg's World's 200 Richest People list are all of Chinese descent from the Fujian region in southeastern China.
The discovery of a bomb plot against the U.S. Embassy in Indonesia indicates that the government's reluctance to tackle a rising tide of intolerance is emboldening Islamist groups, analysts said Monday.
Indonesia's arrest of 11 suspected Islamic militants it said planned to attack the U.S. Embassy and a plaza near Australia's embassy is evidence that legal extremist groups are turning to violence, analysts said on Sunday.
Authorities in Indonesia's only province that uses Islamic sharia laws said Tuesday they had closed some Christian places of worship and Buddhist temples following pressure from hardliners.
More than 1,300 people clashed with security guards at an Indonesian shoe factory which supplies sportswear giants adidas and Mizuno, police said Thursday, months after they were sacked for striking over better pay.
A 6.7 magnitude earthquake struck off Indonesia's easternmost province of Papua on Friday, the U.S. Geological Survey said, with reports of minor damage to some houses on remote islands but no tsunami warning issued.
A decade after bombs ripped through two Bali nightclubs, Friday's memorial was filled with reminders of what was lost in this tropical paradise, and what was not. Tears fell as victims' names were read, but not far away, surfers paddled for world-class waves and vacationing shoppers lined busy sidewalks haggling for souvenirs.