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The East Java police named Vanessa Angel a suspect in the scandalous celebrity online prostitution.
Facebook has violated Vietnam's new cybersecurity law by allowing users to post anti-government comments on the platform, state media says.
Kontras coordinator has urged the police to reveal the mastermind behind an attack on the Foundation of Indonesia Legal Aid Institute (YLBHI) office.
Members of Saracen group had earlier uploaded photos of political party leaders on social media.
The Bangka Precinct Police arrested an anti-illegal tin mining activist, Tubagus Budhi Firbany, in Bandung.
The Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) has named Setya Novanto in its most wanted list.
Judicial Commission Chair Suparman Marzuki says that public faith in the commission has gone up, but, people's mistrust of the courts has not changed.
"Based on my own experience so far, I conclude that it's not enough for the justice minister to be just a legal expert,"
Tennessee forbids the name Messiah for use, fearing that it will become a controversy.
Constitutional Court (MK) deputy chief justice Hamdan Zoelva says MK justices make around Rp50-100 million monthly.
"SEMA No. 1/2012 must be dissolved, taken to the plenary. This is absolutely urgent."
In response to the stoning issue, Brad Adams, Director of Asia Human Rights Watch (HRW), condemned the plan and demanded it to be rejected.
THe anti-protest legislation is approved by the parliamentary members of the incumbent party.
Assegaf Hamzah and Partners was named Indonesia Law Firm of the Year 2014 at the Chambers Asia Pacific Awards in Hong Kong.
Minister Amir, upon asked over Corby's parole, refused to comment whether the ministry will cancel the decision
The Malaysian government said that carrying out complying to laws and regulations is part of a nation's sovereignty.
Cambodia passed on Monday a contentious law to regulate NGOs which government critics fear will be used to muzzle opposition.
Law and Human Rights Minister Yasonna Laoly said that security on Gunung Sindur Penitentiary is good enough for high-profile inmate Gayus Tambunan.
A parliament member said they should not be the only one blamed for the unfinished laws, said the government also to blame.
House Speaker Deputy Fadli Zon said that the parliament had evaluate their performance related to the national legislation which did not reach target