South East Asia
Doctors & Engineers, The Kominas, Saraswathi Jones, and more talk to Noisey about resistance, heritage, and Islamophobia.
Some work 11 stories high without safety harnesses, wearing flip-flops. Every month, there's another story of someone falling to death.
The execution of Mary Jane Veloso has been postponed to allow her to testify against her alleged recruiter. In Indonesia, this is a big change.
Fake antimalarial pills sold on the black market have helped create a drug resistant malaria strain. We look at who's selling them and the problems they're causing.
A bombing attributed to Islamic State-linked militants is just the beginning, warn experts, as the BIFF campaign of violence threatens to rip apart the country's new peace deal.
A protest in Paniai was broken up with force on Monday, leaving five demonstrators dead, just as West Papuan activists unified for independence.
The centuries-old disease is crippling communities in one of the world's most untamed wildernesses. Now unmanned aerial vehicles could bring treatment to the country's far-flung reaches.
Joko Widodo has pledged to halt the illegal clearing for palm oil plantations that is devastating the remote rainforests of Sumatra after responding to a petition to come and see the damage for himself.
The military government has distributed 2,700 Heckler and Koch assault rifles to volunteers fighting the Muslim insurgency, a move observers say will only fuel violence.
This week aboard the Hate Boat the Government is trying to charm the pants off Cambodia, calm Indonesia who’s feeling scorned, and deal with Nauru who’s being super needy. All of that plus our own issues at home. It's like trying to date four people at...