CNN's Paula Hancocks discusses President Obama's announcement that the U.S. Secretary of State will visit Myanmar.
CNN's Paula Hancocks reports on what can be expected from President Obama's trip to the ASEAN summit.
Indonesia is outraged over Saudi Arabia beheading an Indonesian migrant worker. CNN's Colleen McEdwards reports.
Just three weeks ago, Darsem binti Dawud Tawar was facing execution by beheading in Saudi Arabia for murder, which she claims was an act of self-defense. Now, finally back home in Indonesia, she is a free woman -- after the Indonesian government paid more than $500,000 in "blood money."
Indonesia's transition from an autocracy to a vibrant democracy can be an example to those countries in the Middle East experiencing political upheaval, says the country's President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono.
Indonesia's president tells CNN that its own young democracy can be a model for Middle East countries to follow.
Thailand and Cambodia took a step Monday towards resolving a simmering border conflict around an ancient temple, Indonesian Foreign Minister Marty Natalegawa said.
Leaders from Thailand and Cambodia failed to reach an agreement Sunday in a meeting aimed at mediating a longstanding border conflict over an ancient Hindu temple.
Leaders of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations met in Indonesia on Saturday for a two-day summit expected to focus on efforts to achieve economic integration by 2015.
Fighting raged on along the turbulent Thai-Cambodian border Friday, one day after a military source said local commanders from both sides had agreed to a cease-fire.
Since Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak resigned in the face of widespread demonstrations, attention has shifted to what comes next.
An Indonesian court on Wednesday handed a seven-year sentence to a former tax official for corruption in a case that exposed rampant government graft.
The graphic footage of the wooden boat carrying up to 100 Iranian, Iraqi and Kurdish asylum seekers as it wrecked last week on the cliffs of Christmas Island has been seen around the world.
In January, CNN's Atika Shubert spoke to an asylum seeker stranded off Indonesia's coast, trying to reach Australia.
In a second report of ghastly treatment of domestic migrant workers that surfaced this week in Saudi Arabia, an Indonesian maid allegedly died after suffering abuse by her Saudi employer.
Indonesia has urged Saudi Arabia to take legal action against a Saudi employer accused of grossly abusing an Indonesian maid, Indonesian government officials said Thursday.
President Obama reflects on Election Night and vows to work with Republicans to move America forward.
Fresh off an electoral bruising for his Democratic Party, President Obama heads to India on Friday to launch a 10-day Asian trip intended to expand export markets and strengthen security cooperation in what he considers a region vital to U.S. interests.
President Barack Obama on Thursday said a Florida church's plans to burn dozens of Qurans this weekend would be a "recruitment bonanza" for al Qaeda.
The United States will resume ties with the once-notorious Indonesian special forces after more than a decade-long ban, Secretary of Defense Robert Gates said in Jakarta Thursday.
Indonesian authorities killed the suspected mastermind behind the deadly 2002 Bali bombings, Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono said on Wednesday.
The Indonesian government is considering a controversial plan to place endangered tigers in private homes.
Former Indonesian President Abdurrahman Wahid has died, his family told CNN. He was 69.
Visitors shuttle in and out of a state-of-the-art hospital in an Indonesian town once devastated by towering tsunami waves five years ago, while in nearby Thailand backpackers dance to music in bars and tourists lodge in a hotel that had been demolished in the Boxing Day disaster.
Thousands of protesters gathered in several cities in Indonesia on Wednesday to push the government to deal with rampant allegations of corruption.
A new law to fatally stone adulterers is unlikely to survive government review in Indonesia, but it highlights the latest push toward stricter Islamic law in the semi-autonomous Aceh province.
Hundreds remained missing Sunday beneath mud and debris in Indonesian villages from a pair of devastating earthquakes that struck the country at its center.
As many as 4,000 people could be buried under the rubble in the aftermath of the devastating earthquakes in Indonesia, United Nations officials said Saturday.
An area that now looks like a flattened mess of destruction was, just days ago, a group of three villages.
Another strong earthquake rocked Indonesia early Thursday as the Southeast Asian nation was reeling from an earlier jolt that killed more than 200 people.
More than a day after a major earthquake jolted Indonesia's Java Island, killing at least 57 people, there is still no word from remote villages along the coast, a relief worker told CNN Thursday.
CNN contributor Tom Fuentes discusses what group may be responsible for the Indonesia bombings.
Opposition candidates are charging fraud in Indonesia's election, which President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono won by a more than two-to-one edge over his nearest challenger.
Preliminary reports show Indonesia's incumbent president will win a second term. CNN's Arwa Damon reports.
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.
U.S. President Barack Obama and British Foreign Secretary David Miliband both said they "strongly condemn" Friday's deadly hotel attacks in Jakarta, Indonesia.
Preliminary results from Indonesia's national elections show President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono with a better than two-to-one edge over his nearest challenger, the National Electoral Commission said Thursday.
Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono held a commanding lead in national elections Wednesday, according to the latest exit polls.
Indonesians were heading to the polls on Wednesday to elect their next president and vice president -- only the second time such a vote has occurred in the young democracy's history.
As U.S. President Barack Obama makes the final touches to his key speech in Egypt to the Muslim world, half a world away the world's largest Muslim nation will be watching.
Indonesia's ruling party gathered the most votes in the country's first direct legislative elections, voting officials said Sunday.
CNN's Arwa Damon reports the economy and corruption are key factors for Indonesian voters in a parliamentary election.
Nine people -- including three election officials -- were feared dead after a small plane crashed in eastern Indonesia on Friday, police said.
The party of Indonesia's president is poised to win the most seats in parliament, according to unofficial election results posted Friday.
Indonesians headed to the polls Thursday to choose legislators for the world's most populous Muslim nation, a vote that will also determine which parties can field candidates for July's presidential election.
A candidate for Indonesia's upcoming legislative election smiles broadly, flanked by a photo illustration of U.S. President Barack Obama and Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden -- his hands clasped over theirs.
Heavy rains breaks a dam in Indonesia's capital sending water into hundreds of homes and killing dozens. CNN's Andy Saputra reports.
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."
Simmering ethnic and religious tensions in parts of Indonesia have yet to be adequately addressed, but none are expected to overshadow upcoming elections, a senior analyst said this week.
Islamic parties in Indonesia will not get enough votes in the coming election to nominate a presidential candidate, according to polls, analysts and an Islamic party official.
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said Wednesday that the United States plans to resume sending Peace Corps workers and scholars to Indonesia.
A powerful series of earthquakes shook far northeastern Indonesia Thursday, injuring at least 42 people and damaging about 500 homes and other buildings, officials said.
Sen. Barack Obama discussed his vision for the world in a wide-ranging foreign policy discussion with CNN's Fareed Zakaria.
In an exclusive interview, CNN's Fareed Zakaria talks to Sen. Barack Obama about foreign policy and Osama Bin Laden.
Responsible for shaping modern Indonesia, Haji Muhammad Suharto was known as the "smiling general," but his legacy as one of the great Cold War era strongmen was built on corruption and a reign of violence that left hundreds of thousands dead.
There was little outpouring of grief at the funeral for Indonesia's longest-serving leader -- only respect and a sense that an era had ended
Former Indonesian dictator Suharto -- the "smiling general" who ruled his country with an iron fist for three decades -- died Sunday at a hospital in Jakarta, said his doctor. He was 86.
CNN's Dan Rivers looks back at mixed legacy of Indonesia's Suharto.
Former Indonesian President Suharto's condition has worsened to its lowest point since he was hospitalized over three weeks ago, doctors said Sunday.
CNN's Richard Quest reports from Indonesia where former President Suharto's condition has worsened.
Former Indonesian President Suharto's condition has worsened, with a new infection coursing through his body, doctors said Wednesday.
Former Indonesian President Suharto's condition has improved slightly, after doctor's removed him from a respirator on Wednesday.
Former Indonesian President Suharto's condition remains grave but has improved slightly in recent hours, doctors said.
Former Indonesian President Suharto's condition worsened Sunday, as his family granted doctors permission to take him off life support when they see fit, CNN's Richard Quest has reported.
Former Indonesian President Suharto was in critical condition but was improving Saturday, a day after he was rushed to a hospital for treatment of a failing liver, heart and lungs, his doctors said.
Survivors of Indonesia's latest earthquake are in desperate need of emergency hospital care and tents for shelter, a presidential spokesman has told CNN.
Rescue crews in devastated central Java on Sunday scrambled to reach survivors of the massive 6.3-magnitude earthquake that killed more than 3,000 people, injured thousands and flattened communities in the heavily populated Indonesian region.
Iran is willing to seek a diplomatic solution to concerns over its nuclear program, Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono has said.
Former Indonesian dictator Suharto underwent colon surgery Sunday to stop bleeding in his digestive tract, according to one of his doctors.
Relations between Australia are in a "difficult phase" because of Canberra's decision to accept Papuan asylum seekers, Indonesia's President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono said Monday according to The Associated Press.
Three more Australians have been jailed for life on drugs charges by a court on the Indonesian tourist island of Bali, ending a series of tough verdicts against a group of nine young Australians.
Indonesian police are searching for five men from the far western Javanese province of Banten over suspected involvement in Saturday's deadly bombings on the holiday island of Bali.
Indonesia's ambassador to Australia is being called back to Indonesia after completing barely half of his three year term, according to a report in Australia's Sydney Morning Herald newspaper.
Indonesia's President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono has ordered police to find those responsible for Saturday's twin bomb blasts that killed 22 people in a mainly Christian town on the island of Sulawesi.
The bodies of nine Australian military personnel killed when their helicopter crashed during relief work in Indonesia have arrived back in Sydney.
Indonesia's president joined tsunami survivors crowding mosques in ravaged Aceh province to mark Islam's holiest day, pledging to rebuild the region.
Indonesia's defense minister says his country has no intention of expelling foreign troops helping the country recover from the tsunami disaster but merely hopes to take over most of the relief effort by the end of March.
Indonesia says it has set a goal of rehabilitating within one year the survivors of last Sunday's devastating earthquake and tsunami in its northern Sumatra province of Aceh.
Newly elected Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono faces immense challenges -- from fixing the economy to stopping religious and separatist conflicts and dealing with al Qaeda linked militants.
Arabic-language news channel Al-Jazeera has reported hostage-takers in Iraq are demanding Indonesia's government release Muslim cleric Abu Bakar Ba'asyir in exchange for two female hostages.
Indonesia's election commission has ordered a recount of what could be millions of ballots in the country's first-ever direct presidential election.
A poetry-writing, guitar-playing ex-general named Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono has taken the early lead in Indonesia's first direct presidential election, but a September runoff looks likely.
Voting is under way in Indonesia's first direct presidential election with opinion polls predicting the incumbent Megawati Sukarnoputri will be ousted in favor of a former general.
With around two-thirds of the nation's vote now counted, Indonesia's Golkar party is emerging as the frontrunner to lead a new government.
For a tycoon at the top of a crumbling country, James Riady was remarkably serene when he asked a reporter to join him in prayer. The setting was his 16-room mansion, the only structure on a man-ma...
I TELL American friends to stop worrying about layoffs at home and come to this region,'' says Laksamana Sukardi, 37, managing director of the Lippo Group, a financial services company in Indonesia...