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The National Police Chief Gen. Listyo Sigit said his side was developing an app to facilitate officers monitoring hate speech on social media.
Pastors in Papua asked bishops in Indonesia to break their silence over the violence in the region. Church leaders must push for dialogue.
LIPI researcher opined that Indonesia would face two major problems in the next 10 years, viz. religious intolerance and separatism conflict in Papua.
Coordinating Minister Mahfud Md said the government was preparing a legal instrument related to the handling of Papua.
Cardinal Ignatius Suharyo Hardjoatmodjo or Jakarta Archbishop says that religion is the easiest topic to be developed into an issue to inflame people.
Activists ask the Indonesian government to form a task force that focuses on handling conflicts between men and the Sumatran tigers in Riau.
LIPI researcher Aisah Putri assessed the infrastructure-based approach by President Jokowi's government to end the conflict in Papua was not effective
President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo asserts that the raging conflict in Wamena, Papua, is not an ethnic one.
Food crisis will affect tens of millions of people across the world after the war and extreme weather left more than 113 million in dire need of help.
Fresh communal clashes erupted Wednesday in western India as police and paramilitary forces tried to quell riots led by members of a farming caste
Jay Z attends start of trial over 1999 hit "Big Pimpin."
Indonesian Consular in Vanimo, Papua New Guinea (PNG) reported Saturday that 2 Indonesian citizens were being held hostage by an unknown group in PNG.
Jakarta Governor Basuki `Ahok` Tjahaja Purnama said he had prepared around 400 flat units for relocation of residents of Kalijodo, North Jakarta.
About 100 Chinese-registered boats have been detected encroaching in Malaysia`s waters in the disputed South China Sea.
No guarantees that Kerry`s efforts in easing tensions around Jerusalem`s most sensitive holy site would even get the latest violence to subside.