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Indonesia’s Mount Semeru volcano unleashes lava river in new eruption

Indonesia’s highest volcano on its most densely populated island released searing gas clouds and rivers of lava in its latest eruption on Sunday. Monsoon rains...

Indonesia signs $20 billion deal to accelerate clean energy transition

Indonesia signed deals with international lenders and major nations on Tuesday under which it is to receive billions of dollars in funding to help...

Fifa will not sanction Indonesia over fatal crush at football match, says president

Indonesia’s president has said the country will not face sanctions from football’s world governing body after the firing of tear gas inside a half-locked...

First case of monkeypox confirmed in Indonesia

A man in Indonesia has tested positive for monkeypox, making him the country’s first confirmed case of the disease. Health officials said the 27-year-old, who...

Zelenskiy and Putin to attend November’s G20 summit in Bali

Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelenskiy and Russian president Vladimir Putin have both agreed to attend the G20 summit to be held in Bali in November,...

All 195 on board safe after Indonesian ferry catches fire

All 195 people on board a large ferry have been rescued after it caught fire while travelling to a remote island in north-eastern Indonesia,...

Rescue efforts hampered as flash floods and landslides in Indonesia kill dozens

Multiple disasters caused by torrential rains in eastern Indonesia have killed at least 133 people and displaced thousands, the country’s disaster relief agency has...

Suicide bomber targets Palm Sunday Mass in Indonesia

At least nine people have been injured in a suicide bombing at a church during Palm Sunday Mass, police in Indonesia said. The attack took...

Indonesia’s Mount Merapi volcano erupts again

Indonesia’s most volatile volcano has erupted again, releasing plumes of ash high into the air and sending streams of lava and debris down its...

Dozens dead after bus filled with tourists plunges into Indonesia ravine

A tourist bus has plunged into a ravine on Indonesia’s main island of Java after its brakes apparently malfunctioned, killing at least 27 people...

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