These Simple Innovations Could Be Game Changers for the Environment
Climate Change is real, so young innovators are taking matters into their own hands to protect their future.
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COVID Appears to Be Pushing Couples in Indonesia to Divorce
Several districts in Indonesia reported higher-than-usual filings for divorce since the start of the coronavirus pandemic.
A YouTuber Went Viral Just for Staring at his Screen for Two Hours
It appears to be part of a trend that's catching on in Indonesia.
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People Can’t Believe How Much This Sea Creature in Indonesia Looks Like a Giant Cockroach
The newly-discovered species of crustacean can grow up to a foot long.
Indonesian Cops Jailed Over Acid Attack on Graft Investigator After Widely Panned Three-Year Probe
The officers who carried out the attack were given light sentences due to their claim that they didn't mean to leave the investigator blind in one eye.
Indonesian Family Forces 12-Year-Old Girl to Marry 45-Year-Old Man to ‘Repay a Favor’
Despite the government banning them, child marriages are still common in Indonesia, much to the detriment of the girls pressed into them.
Frenchman Found Dead in Jail Cell After Allegedly Molesting As Many As 300 Indonesian Minors
The scale of the alleged abuse is a grim reminder of Indonesia's apparent inability to protect its children against sexual predators.
Nine Female Cyclists in Indonesia’s Banda Aceh Were Tracked Down by Police For Wearing ‘Sexy’ Clothes
The incident has dragged the province's controversial Sharia-based dress code back into the spotlight. As for the riders' offending garb? Long-sleeved shirts and dark slacks.
Indonesia's House of Representatives Dropped an Anti-Sexual Violence Bill
The proposed law, a deputy commissioner said, was "too difficult to discuss."
Why Do Indonesians Keep Taking Back the Bodies of COVID-19 Patients by Force?
It has to do with cultural expectations, for one thing, and stigma, for another, but some say the government could also stand to be a little more flexible.
Fearing a Post-COVID Baby Boom, Indonesia Is Making a Lot of Noise About Contraception. Literally.
Amid a substantial drop in the use of birth control since the onset of the pandemic, Indonesian authorities are taking to the streets to remind people to use contraceptives.
Why Are So Many Suspected Indonesian Terrorists Moonlighting As Meatball Soup Hawkers?
The beloved street food bakso is a hit with young and old alike—and, as it turns out, with suspected extremists looking to lay low.