Ardyan M. Erlanggaardyan.firstname.lastname@example.org
Hundreds of individuals directly contribute to the fires engulfing Indonesia’s forests, causing the haze that has enveloped parts of Southeast Asia. But why isn’t the government going after the corporations that hired them?
Gen. Suharto stepped down from power in 1998 amid widespread protest. But it was a smaller protest, in Germany of all places, that may have sealed his fate.
After a slow week of fake news, Indonesia's hoaxers back with one of the hardest hoaxes to crack yet.
Because you all knew SwissIndo would eventually make it in here.
Talking babies, declarations of war, and a plot by communist-Islamist terrorists to infect us all with HIV. Here's another wrap-up of the worst fake news stories of the week.
After a short break we're back (because the hoaxes just don't stop).
Welcome to another installment of "Can't Handle the Truth."
Our weekly roundup of Indonesia's worst hoaxes and fake news.
And other totally fake, totally irresponsible stories to make the rounds this week.
That's right, a haunted motorcycle.
Facial hair, hactivists, and Interpol notices round out this week's roundup of Indonesia's worst fake news and hoaxes.
When the Yogya Center mall went up in flames it marked the tail end of nearly a week of violence and looting in the Indonesian capital.