Indonesia presidential election 2019
The city's paramedics were stretched thin and fatigued, but still out there helping the injured.
Scenes from two days of protest and violence on the streets of Indonesia's biggest city.
Provocateurs, mysterious "commanders," and clashes in the streets of Central Jakarta—the protests and ensuing riots left us with more questions than answers.
The police are calling the riots an orchestrated plot by paid provocateurs.
Despite falling short on some promises, President Joko Widodo has been given a second term in office. Here’s what Jokowi should do to make more of a difference.
In Indonesia, not voting, or golput, is a way for the dissatisfied to make their voices heard.
As polls close in a divisive election, similarities from the 2014 race continue to haunt Indonesia, suggesting the battle for the top spot is far from over.
VICE explains the good, the bad, and the ugly about the 2019 presidential race.
We knew Indonesia's upcoming election is going to be intense, but we're pretty sure no one saw this coming.
Ignore all the drama about this being a two horse race because DILDO is pulling ahead for a stunning upset.
In the final part of "Mass Confusion," writer Adi Renaldi spends the day with a man who coordinates everything from the most-positive social strategies to the darkest of black campaigns.
In part two of "Mass Confusion," journalist Adi Renaldi meets the people who create black campaigns and learns how a hoax goes from an operative's Twitter account to trending in a matter of minutes.