A shallow earthquake has struck the western coast of Sumatra, the sixth largest island in the world
There were no immediate reports of casualties or severe damage
Tangerang mayor’s comments about sexuality just the latest in a worrying trend in Indonesia
The apparent solving of one mystery will open up another, about the true origins of the Homo floresiensis
The study found that God was the only figure capable of discouraging religious people from filesharing
Harry's last few years were spent fighting the UK government over an injustice that hits more than half a million British pensioners. Their crime? They retired abroad - but to the wrong country
The Swedish furniture giant lost the dispute to PT Ratania Khatulistiwa, an Indonesian rattan furniture company
Members of the Ahmadiyah community on the tin-rich Bangka island said they had faced intimidation and official pressure to leave their homes.
Research showed that only 4% of Indonesians declared a 'favourable view' in research conducted before the attacks
Alleged ringleader had called on followers to study the tactics which left 130 people dead in the French capital
A man wearing jeans, a short sleeved t-shirt and a baseball cap can be seen pointing a gun at a terrified crowd
In 2014 the country’s best-known Islamist cleric, Abu Bakar Bashir, pledged allegiance to Isis from his jail cell, prompting a surge in support for the organisation
At least seven are dead after a series of bomb and gun attacks across the capital city
At least seven people died in the attacks targeting a busy shopping area
At least seven people, including four suspected attackers, were killed
Indonesia's president labels the assaults 'acts of terror'