This Online Museum Curates Quarantine Art From Around the World

Three Spanish artists are collecting pieces that reflect our new normal.
Adi Renaldi

These Are the Frontline Workers Who Take Over When Coronavirus Patients Die

VICE followed hearse drivers, mortuary staff, and healthcare workers in Indonesia for a week to understand the challenges they face.
Adi Renaldi

Inside the Indonesian Hospital Treating Gaming Addiction

Some Indonesian children spend eight hours in front of a screen daily.
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What It’s Like Finding Love When You’re HIV-Positive

Testing positive for HIV gave me a new appreciation for love and life.
Bara Birawa

An American Environmental Journalist Has Been Arrested In Indonesia

The 30-year-old, who was focused on local land disputes, was put behind bars for allegedly misusing his visa. Advocates say his detention is an attempt by the government to stifle press freedom.
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The VICE Guide to Right Now

Indonesian Government Deploys ‘Mosque Hunters’ Who Use Drones to Combat Radicalism

Indonesia is home to an estimated 700,000 mosques, and some of them are teeming with radical ideologies.
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We Visited a Mass Female Circumcision Ceremony in Indonesia

Parents bring girls as young as 3 months old to undergo the procedure that is known to cause sexual dysfunction, cysts, and birthing complications.
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Environmental Extremes

Jakarta’s Floods Are Yet Another Wake-Up Call on Climate Change

Nearly 93,000 people have been forced to abandon their homes, while 60 have died.
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The Year We Woke Up

In Indonesia, Fake News is Ubiquitous. So He Created A Software To Track Down Their Origins

Ismail Fahmi took matters into his own hands after he saw the damage social media misinformation and disinformation caused.
Adi Renaldi

Inside Indonesia’s Sharia Village Havens

The Islamic housing industry — which allows people to live under sharia law — is rapidly developing and raising concerns of social tension.
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The VICE Guide to Right Now

Dozens of ISIS-Backed Accounts Detected on TikTok

After infiltrating Twitter, Facebook, and Telegram, ISIS is attempting to make a name for itself on an app popular among Gen Z.
Adi Renaldi
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Student Protests Erupt Across Indonesia in Response to Controversial Amendments to Criminal Code

They're rallying against changes that would criminalise extramarital sex and a law that would weaken the country's anti-corruption agency.
Adi Renaldi
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