Staff Writer at VICE Indonesia
Floods, landslides, a volcanic eruption and deadly plane crash. It’s only January.
Abu Bakar Bashir, who pledged allegiance to the Islamic State while behind bars, will now enter a deradicalization program.
Supporters say the punishment will act as a deterrent. But rights groups and some medical professionals in the country have opposed it.
The controversial group is 'no longer considered legal.'
The country is planning to vaccinate its health care workers first.
The proposed rules are part of a global debate over how old is old enough to have an account.
A new proposal is a rehash of a bill from 2015. But it is already facing fierce opposition.
The French leader is under fire across the Islamic world for his defense of the publication of cartoons depicting the Prophet Muhammad.
Thousands have taken to the streets in anger over the legislation, which critics say favors employers and big business interests.
Critics say the massive bill would hurt workers, indigenous people, religious minorities and the environment.
Accessing work and healthcare is increasingly challenging for those who sought a new life in the Muslim-majority nation.