FIFA World Cup 2022 qualifiers: Indonesia slapped with fine over crowd trouble during Malaysia clash
Indonesia's national football association has been fined by FIFA over crowd trouble during a World Cup qualifier against Malaysia, the organisation said on Wednesday.
Charlie Cole, photographer behind iconic Tiananmen Square image, passes away at 64 in Indonesia's Bali
Charlie Cole won the 1990 World Press Photo award for his picture of a man in a white shirt, carrying a shopping bag in each hand, striding out into the road the day after troops killed hundreds of pro-democracy protesters in the heart of Beijing
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Bali cutlery-lifting: Let’s not overdo the India-shamed bit, there’s nary a traveller who hasn’t thought of it
The Indian family caught in Bali with its loot of hotel cutlery has been pilloried for tarnishing India’s image.
Video of Indian family stealing accessories from Bali hotel goes viral; Twitter criticises people who 'erode credibility' of Indians
In a video that went viral on social media, an Indian family was seen getting caught with after allegedly stealing accessories from a hotel in Bali, Indonesia.
Undersea quake of 5.7 magnitude strikes Indonesia's Bali, causes damage to homes, temples; no threat of tsunami
Indonesia, home to more than 260 million people, is prone to earthquakes and volcanic eruptions due to its location along the Pacific 'Ring of Fire.'
Bali airport spokesman Arie Ahsanurrohim said nine flights between Bali and Australia were cancelled.
Mount Agung volcano erupts in Indonesia’s Bali, disrupts aviation operations briefly; adjoining areas experience thick ash fall
Bali's airport has returned to normal operations after some flights were cancelled on Friday night following an eruption of the Mount Agung volcano that spread ash over the south of the Indonesian island.
A viral video of the episode showed the British woman launch into an expletive-laden rant when she was told she would have to pay a $4,000 fine for overstaying her visa by several months.
Indonesian authorities retrieve data from crashed Lion Air’s data recorder; search extended for victims, debris
Investigators retrieved hours of data from a crashed Lion Air jet's flight recorder as Indonesian authorities on Sunday extended the search at sea for victims and debris.
The spokesperson for Indonesia's disaster management agency said that troops have been sent to hard-to-reach villages in Lombok, where aid is provided on foot.
UN refugee agency head asks Asia-Pacific leaders to show 'solidarity' with Rohingya, calls for solutions to Rakhine unrest
The UNHCR chief said the "real solution" to the Rohingya issue is in Myanmar, calling for regional support to fight the root causes of Rakhine displacement.
Rohingya crisis: UNHCR head asks Asia-Pacific leaders to show solidarity with Bangladesh, offer support and protection to refugees
The UNHCR chief also stressed that the "real solution" lies in Myanmar itself, and he appealed for regional support to address the root causes of displacement of Rohingya refugees in Rakhine: for example, investing in infrastructure that connects communities instead of dividing them, and providing expertise on resolving statelessness and intercommunal conflict.
Toll in Lombok earthquake rises to 98; Indonesia's disaster management authority says figure likely to increase
A powerful earthquake flattened houses and toppled bridges on the Indonesian tourist island of Lombok, killing at least 98 people and shaking neighboring Bali
Lombok earthquake: At least 82 dead and hundreds more injured after 7.0-magnitude earthquake jolts Indonesian island
An earthquake of 7 magnitude struck Indonesia's Lombak on Sunday, killing 37 and injuring dozens others
At least 19 killed in Indonesia as 7.0 magnitude quake hits Lombok island, tsunami warning withdrawn
A major earthquake on the Indonesian island of Lombok Sunday killed at least 19 people, injured dozens and damaged buildings, officials said.
Bali airport reopens after closure for 12 hours due to volcanic eruption; more than 300 flights resumed
Bali reopened its international airport on Friday after a volcanic eruption temporarily grounded flights, stranding thousands of tourists.
Bali's Mount Agung volcanic eruption: Indonesian volcano last erupted in 1963, killing nearly 1,500 people
Thousands of tourists were stranded at Bali's Ngurah Rai airport, with 280 flights cancelled, and some 15,700 passengers affected after the Mount Agung volcano erupted, a thick plume of ash and smoke shooting thousands of metres into the sky on Thursday.
Bali international airport shut due to volcanic eruption; 48 flights cancelled, over 8,000 passengers affected by disruption
Bali closed its international airport following a volcanic eruption on the Indonesian resort island that sent thick smoke and ash billowing 2,000 metres into the air, an official said on Friday.
Sword-wielding men attack Riau police headquarters in Indonesia, killing one officer; 4 assailants shot dead, 1 arrested
Indonesian police on Wednesday shot dead four sword-wielding men who attacked a police headquarters in Sumatra, killing one officer, the latest in a spate of militant attacks across the Muslim-majority country