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.
These Local Leaders Are Standing Out in the Fight Against Coronavirus in Their Countries
From drive-through clinics to children’s meal deliveries, these leaders are effectively addressing the coronavirus in their own ways.