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Smoking out Indonesia’s youth tobacco problem

Children bear brunt of tobacco giants' exploitation of lax smoking laws and regulations

Tale of a sinking city

The clock is ticking to find a solution to Jakarata's sinking problem

Few hear climate ‘wake up call’ after Jakarta’s deadly flood

At least 60 people were killed after the rains on New Year's Day, Indonesian authorities said on Saturday evening

Indonesia plans cloud seeding to halt rain, floods death toll rises...

Deluge at the start of 2020 was ‘one of the most extreme rainfall’ events since records began in 1866

The most beautiful of Christmas gifts

Reunifications in Timor-Leste and El Salvador are the most beautiful Christmas gifts to the desaparecidos and their families

Six charged with treason in Indonesia after Papua protest

Accused say they were exercising constitutional right to protest

Keuskupan di Indonesia hadapi tantangan besar untuk pewartaan Injil

Local Catholics fear they’re in danger of compromising too much with people of other faiths

Survival is a long, lonely struggle for Indonesian diocese

Local Catholics fear they’re in danger of compromising too much with people of other faiths

Known cases of sexual abuse in Indonesian Catholic churches, institutions are...

Indonesian Bishops Conference has received reports from sources detailing at least 56 abuse victims, priest says

Man, woman pass out while being caned in Indonesia’s Aceh

They were two of 33 people caned on that day

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