Indonesia's president labels the assaults 'acts of terror'
Forests deliberately set alight for agriculture have caused pollution beyond state’s borders, which has now reached dangerous levels
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The new premier has raised eyebrows by claiming he is qualified for the job
Pre-season tour has been overshadowed by astounding fees being charged by the club's promoters for the trip
1,500 people stampeded out the stadium as violence erupted
The Reds are looking to expand their existing home
A Greek corruption scandal appeared to have claimed its second victim yesterday following the sudden and mysterious death of a wealthy defence industry businessman identified on a list of nearly 2,000 Greek tax evaders holding secret Swiss bank accounts.
Lady Gaga will have to cancel her sold-out show in Indonesia following protests by Islamic hard-liners and conservative lawmakers, who said her sexy clothes and dance moves will corrupt young people.
Indonesian police called Umar Patek "Demolition Man", such was his alleged bomb-making expertise. Yesterday Mr Patek went on trial charged with a string of terrorism-related offences, including assembling the explosives used to blow up two Bali nightclubs in 2002.
Umar Patek tells police how he used household items to make 1,500lb device that killed 202
World No 1 heads for Korea this week with his compatriot in pursuit in the rankings. James Corrigan reports on an intriguing race
Suharto's 31-year rule was brutal and corrupt. Yet now they want to honour him
Beautiful beaches, exquisite temples, great food, tropical scenery and mighty volcanoes – this Indonesian island has it all, says Iain Stewart
An Indonesian film giving a fictionalised account of Barack Obama's time in the country as a child was premiered yesterday in Jakarta.
Manchester United chief executive David Gill insists the Glazer family are going nowhere - and pointed to a new seven-figure sponsorship deal as evidence of the benefits brought to Old Trafford by the club's controversial owners.