Diapers are the second most common pollutants found in Indonesian waters and can really wreak havoc on a water system.
Protests are erupting across Java with no end in sight, in response to alleged hate speech against Papuans by Indonesian police. The problem is rooted in longstanding discrimination and violence against West Papuans.
The prison, which had some of Indonesia's founding fathers as inmates, is now home to low-income workers who can't afford to live anywhere else.
Gedung Setan in Surabaya, East Java, has been a safe haven for generations Chinese Indonesian minorities who had to run away from violence. Eviction is a looming threat, but residents swear they aren't going anywhere.
The members of Pasuruan Black Hat have hacked banks, governments, and huge tech companies like Google.
Neighbors of one of the families behind Surabaya's deadly terrorist attacks struggle to reconcile the news with the family they all knew.
Everyone knows Jamaah Ansharut Daulah's name, but few know what is really going on in this shadowy new terrorist group.
One officer is dead and two others injured.
It's tragic times in Indonesia's second city.
This small village in East Java produces the majority of fireworks found in the country.
Surabaya's CLS Knights have been a non-profit team for over 70 years, but a rule change will see them leave the Indonesian Basketball League because they won't change their status.
A piece of Indonesian history is permanently docked at the city's port.