Lady Gaga may have to disappoint a lot of her "little monsters" in Indonesia after Jakarta police recommended that her sold-out June 3 show not be issued a permit because of security concerns.
Thousands of protesters marched along Jakarta's main thoroughfare to the presidential palace Wednesday, opposing government plans to increase subsidized fuel prices by 33%.
[Updated 4 p.m. Monday, February 6] This overcrowded train is in Jakarta, Indonesia, where it is common to see people riding on the roofs of cars in the state-run rail system.
A spokesman for the state-owned railway company PT Kereta Api defends the use of concrete balls to stop 'train surfing'.
Indonesia has long fought a losing battle against commuters who stubbornly ride on train roofs to beat the rush hour. But railway officials say they have found the perfect deterrent, concrete balls, suspended on chains from a steel frame, just 25 cm or 10 inches, above any passing train.
Two people were killed Monday in a stampede while Indonesia and Malaysia played their final football match at the Southeast Asian Games in Jakarta, police said.
Some of the world's fastest growing population centers in Asia and Africa are at greatest risk from the impact of climate change, according to a new report.
Workers clogged the streets of the Indonesian capital on Sunday, chanting, "wages, land and jobs," and demanding the resignations of the nation's president and the vice president.
A radical Indonesian cleric was indicted Monday on seven terrorism charges in the South Jakarta District Court.
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Volcanic ash spewing from Indonesia's Mount Merapi has forced some airlines to cancel flights out of Jakarta's international airport, airport officials said Wednesday.
Clashes between police and dozens of protesters in Indonesia's capital left four people injured Wednesday.
Dozens are killed after a train traveling to Jakarta is struck from behind by another train. CNN's Kathy Quiano reports.
Police in Indonesia have confirmed that a man arrested on Wednesday is one of the most wanted terrorists in the country.
Police in Indonesia captured a man believed to be one of the most wanted terrorists in the country on Wednesday, authorities said.
Indonesian police killed five suspected terrorists and captured a sixth in a pair of raids in Jakarta and a nearby town, a police spokesman said Wednesday.
A building collapsed in a busy shopping center in central Jakarta on Wednesday, killing two people and injuring 11 others, police said.
A strong earthquake rattled the Indonesian island of Java on Friday, sending panicked people into the streets of the capital city, Jakarta.
Indonesian police confirm most-wanted militant Noordin Top was killed in a police raid.
Law enforcement officials say Noordin Top, one of Asia's most wanted terror suspects, is dead. CNN's Dan Rivers reports.
A group claiming to be the Indonesian arm of the al Qaeda terrorist network is purportedly taking responsibility for a pair of deadly bombs that exploded within minutes of each other at two luxury hotels in Jakarta.
Authorities investigating the twin hotel bombings in Jakarta have found the remains of another person and think a notorious Malaysian-born militant fugitive may be behind the assault, police said Saturday.
CNN contributor Tom Fuentes discusses what group may be responsible for the Indonesia bombings.
A police raid averted an assassination plot against Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, authorities said, as they waited for official DNA confirmation of the death of suspected terrorist Noordin M. Top in another raid.
A suspected terrorist linked to several Indonesian bombings in the past decade was killed in a protracted firefight Saturday in the Central Java town of Temanggung, two law enforcement sources told CNN.
Indonesian police killed two militants believed to be connected with a 2004 embassy bombing and found a cache of explosives in an early morning raid Saturday on a house on the outskirts of Jakarta, the national police chief said.
Hidden in the alleyways behind Jakarta's fancy malls and in between the high-rise apartment buildings is what Ronny Poluan, a former film maker, calls the "real Jakarta." It is not far from the glitz and glam that dominates the capital's skyline, yet it is a side of the city that few foreigners ever see. "I want them to (have an) authentic view," Poluan, who runs "Jakarta Hidden Tours," said as he took a group of Australians through the winding maze of a central Jakarta slum.
Hidden in the alleyways behind Jakarta's fancy malls and in between the high-rise apartment buildings is what Ronny Poluan, a former film maker, calls the "real Jakarta."
CNN's Arwa Damon joins a tour that takes foreigners into the 'real' parts of Jakarta - the slums.
A bomb discovered in an 18th floor room of a luxury hotel in Indonesia was armed and timed to detonate before two other fatal bombs exploded far below, police said Friday.
Authorities in Indonesia released sketches Wednesday of two men believed to have carried out last week's bombings at two luxury hotels in Jakarta.
Indonesian police have recovered a laptop they believe belonged to one of the bombers of Friday's hotel attacks in Jakarta, the country's official news agency said Sunday, although police would not confirm the report to CNN.
Indonesian investigators and police sift through the rubble of Jakarta's two terror bombings. CNN's Dan Rivers reports
CNN's Alex Thomas has team reaction as Manchester United cancels its match in Jakarta after the bombings.
Indonesian authorities believe two suicide bombers checked into the JW Marriott Hotel in Jakarta and carried out coordinated bombings Friday morning, killing themselves and at least six victims and wounding more than 50 others.
Explosions rip through two hotels in Jakarta, Indonesia.
English Premier League champions Manchester United have cancelled the Jakarta leg of their 2009 pre-season tour of Asia as a result of the bomb attacks in the Indonesian capital.
U.S. President Barack Obama and British Foreign Secretary David Miliband both said they "strongly condemn" Friday's deadly hotel attacks in Jakarta, Indonesia.
An eyewitness tells what he saw after a bomb tore through two hotels in Jakarta, Indonesia.
Indonesia is no stranger to bombings such as the one that rocked two luxury hotels in Jakarta on Friday.
During his visit to Turkey, President Obama sought to officially reach out to the Islamic world after eight years of tension by declaring in a speech to the Turkish Parliament that he is determined to have a lasting "partnership with the Muslim world."
Heavy rains breaks a dam in Indonesia's capital sending water into hundreds of homes and killing dozens. CNN's Andy Saputra reports.
The death toll from a flash flood in Indonesia's capital grew to 98 people on Sunday as rescuers widened their search for more than 130 other people in the aftermath.
Heavy rains smashed through a dam near Indonesia's capital Friday, unleashing a torrent of water that plowed into hundreds of homes and killed at least 52 people in what some survivors described as a suburban "tsunami."
Firefighters extinguished a massive blaze at a fuel depot in the Indonesian capital Monday morning after a day-long fire burned hundreds of thousands of gallons of gasoline.
Police in Indonesia arrested five suspected militants Tuesday who they said were planning to attack a major fuel depot in Jakarta.
At least 23 Indonesians were crushed to death Monday while trying to collect $4.25 in cash handouts from a rich family at a charity event marking the Islamic holy month
Authorities searched for a missing military transport plane south of the capital, Jakarta, on Friday, an Indonesian air force official said.
An Indonesian businessman known for publicity stunts dropped 100 million rupiah, or about $10,700, from an aircraft Sunday to promote his new book.
After a brief ceremony, the Olympic torch is lit in Jakarta for the start of its leg in Indonesia.
Indonesia plans to hold the Olympic torch relay in a Jakarta stadium.
Australia's David Bransdon and Dutchman Joost Luiten carded six-under-par 64s to lead after the first round of the Indonesia Open in Jakarta on Thursday.
The risk of being jolted by 1,500 volts of electricity hasn't scared them off. Neither have fears of falling off the speeding electric trains.
An earthquake struck Wednesday off the western Indonesian coast, killing at least nine people, said a spokesman for the country's Social Affairs Department. I-Reporters sent in their stories, photos and video.
I-Reporters send in videos and images of the Indonesia earthquake.
A powerful earthquake shook buildings and caused panic on the densely-populated Indonesian island of Java, but there have been no reports of injuries and no tsunami alert.
Quake hits Indonesia
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An Indonesian passenger jet crash landed and burst into flames on Wednesday killing 23 people trapped inside. A further 117 people escaped, clambering through burning wreckage to safety, witnesses and officials said.
Reports on the number of dead are varying widely after a jet with 140 people onboard burst into flames upon landing at Yogyakarta airport in central Java Wednesday.
Rescue boats and airplanes searched for survivors north of Jakarta after an Indonesian ferry with 350 passengers onboard caught fire, killing at least seven people, an Indonesian navy spokesman said.
Severe flooding unleashed by the torrential rains has displaced more than 430,000 people in Jakarta and left at least 38 people dead, according to the city's flood crisis center early Wednesday.
Floodwaters have forced more than 270,000 Jakarta residents from their homes, as the death toll from the natural disaster climbed to 29, according to the capital's flood crisis center.
A strong earthquake has rattled the Indonesian capital of Jakarta, just days after a major quake triggered a deadly tsunami in the region.
The earthquake in Indonesia Saturday devastated thousands of families in central Java. Here's what some CNN.com readers had to say about it.
Australia's government is hoping to avoid escalating a diplomatic spat between Canberra and Jakarta over the granting of temporary visas to asylum seekers from the Indonesian province of Papua.
The World Health Organization has announced a third confirmed case of H5N1 avian flu in Indonesia and warns of more to come.
Thousands of Indonesian Muslims marched in a well-planned and peaceful protest that concluded at the gates of the U.S. embassy in Jakarta.
Australia has again advised its citizens to stay away from Indonesia after Jakarta police warned of possible suicide bombings in the Indonesian capital.
Westerners are under fresh threats of terrorist attacks in Indonesia according to the British Foreign Office, wire services report.
We received thousands of e-mails in the days after December's tsunamis from people seeking news of friends and relatives in areas affected by the disaster.
Australia and Indonesia are stepping up their joint efforts to fight terrorism in the region, with Canberra doubling its financial aid to Jakarta.
A Jakarta court has ruled that the terror trial of radical Indonesian cleric Abu Bakar Ba'asyir can go ahead, despite earlier doubts on the strength of the charges.
Indonesian police have announced the arrest of four terror suspects wanted over the September 9 suicide blast outside the Australian Embassy in Jakarta, which killed 10 people.
Radical Indonesian cleric Abu Bakar Ba'asyir has lashed out in court at his accusers, saying the charges against him are a "joke" and "laughable."
Indonesian cleric Abu Bakar Ba'asyir, who faces charges of conspiring in bombings in Bali and Jakarta, has proclaimed his innocence ahead of his trial in the capital.
Radical Indonesian cleric Abu Bakar Ba'asyir faces trial Thursday on charges of instigating terrorist bombings in Jakarta and the island resort of Bali.
Australia may try to negotiate a new defense and security treaty with Indonesia, Foreign Minister Alexander Downer said Sunday.
Indonesian police have detained 10 people for questioning, four of them are believed to be linked to the suicide car bombing in front of the Australian Embassy that killed nine people and wounded more than 180 others, National Police Chief Dai Bachtiar said Saturday.
Indonesian police have released a man and his wife they had detained on suspicion of possible involvement in the Australian embassy bombing in Jakarta last week, according to an Australia media report Friday.
After eight months of campaigning centered largely on personality, security issues could become a key factor in Indonesia's presidential election.
Indonesian police have released a security-camera video that captures the moment a suicide bomb exploded outside the Australian Embassy in Jakarta on Thursday.
At least one suicide bomber was responsible for carrying out Thursday's attack near the Australian Embassy in central Jakarta that killed nine people and injured more than 180 others, police officials said Friday.
Indonesian police received a text message warning of an attack on a Western embassy less than an hour before a suicide car bomber detonated in front of the Australian Embassy on Thursday, according to Australian Prime Minister John Howard.
A terror group linked to al Qaeda has purportedly taken responsibility for Thursday's car bombing in Jakarta which killed at least nine people and injured more than 180.
A powerful blast has hit Jakarta's central business district near the Australian Embassy, killing at least three people and wounding many more.
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