Chemicals dumped into the Citarum River have penetrated wells and rice paddies, poisoning the people and animals who live along its banks.
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.
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 one of "Mass Confusion," writer Adi Renaldi meets the people who are trying to combat the spread of hoaxes in the run-up to April's election.
Pollycarpus Budihari Priyanto is now a free man. But an investigation into who ordered the death of a prominent Suharto-era rights activist remains stalled.
We spoke with Amnesty's Papang Hidayat about why so few extrajudicial killings in Papua result in justice for victims' families.
Here's our morning guide to all the news you may have missed.
Those lulz may land you behind bars.
Jokowi's goats, an admittedly odd choice of presidential pet, offer a great deal of symbolism.
Would a free bike have done the trick?
The president wants to see some foreigners sitting in the corner office. Is it a good idea?