Asked whether he would consider a moratorium on the death penalty, Widodo says, 'Why not? But I must ask my people.'
Merry Utami, one of the drug convicts spared from execution, narrates her experience to her lawyer and a human rights activist
The government carried out the executions by firing squad some time after midnight
Indonesian authorities signaled the execution would not happen during Islam's holiest month
Recalling Grigson was not only futile, but further damaged already fragile ties with Indonesia, writes Rebecca Strating
Australia's ambassador to Indonesia has resumed his post after a 6-week absence
The death sentence is the maximum – not mandatory – sentence for drug trafficking in Indonesia
(UPDATED) Her sister, Maritess Veloso-Laurente, says the family is also grateful, and clarifies her mother's controversial statements. Her mother and father thank Aquino too but said they 'cannot forgive him' yet.
The timeline below covers the 17 hours between April 28 and April 29 that changed the fate of the 30-year-old mother of two
'I have started to write goodbye letters to members of my family'
Abuja said President Goodluck Jonathan and Foreign Minister Aminu Wali had made 'spirited appeals for clemency'.
There would have been no one better than Lubis to defend the young Australians on death row.
'Mary Jane matters just as well as the millennials – because people who have the power to demand change yet do nothing will always have blood on their hands'
They say Maria Kristina Sergio's surrender should save Mary Jane Veloso from execution
Australian media has published photos of crosses that will be used for their coffins, inscribed with the date 29.04.2015.
Mary Jane Veloso's requests for the day include a copy of the Jubilee song and some durian
But migrant worker activists are calling for a stronger Philippine government response to pressure Indonesia
The Philippines had five years to ensure that Veloso gets the best possible assistance but only provided help when her conviction was affirmed – Migrante
A day after being given her 72-hour execution notice, Mary Jane is still in high spirits. Outside prison, efforts to save her grow.
Instead of getting mad at those responsible for her imprisonment and looming execution, Mary Jane prays that God absolves them of their sins
(UPDATE) Indonesian President Joko Widodo says he no longer wants to talk about the death penalty
72-hour notice means execution can be done at 5pm on Tuesday at the earliest, but lawyers are still racing to stop it
(UPDATED) Mary Jane is told Saturday afternoon about her execution date, Tuesday, April 28, in the presence of Philippine embassy officials, just hours after a reunion with her family
But they're also worried it may be the last time they see her
Indonesia has so far ignored all threats of diplomatic consequences from countries with citizens on its death row
The hashtag #MaryJane trends in Indonesia, started by Twitter celebrity Rahung Nasution, as Indonesian rights groups appeal for her the Filipina on death row
Diplomats said they had not been informed of when the group will be executed, but the steps underway suggest that an announcement could be imminent.
Her sons arrive in Jakarta midnight and she is transferred 1 am on Friday, April 24, to Nusa Kambangan prison island, where Indonesia holds its executions
(UPDATED) Mary Jane Veloso's son, Mark Daniel, 12, says the song keeps him and his younger brother strong and hopeful because it reminds them of their mother's voice
'Please tell your father not to execute her'
Indonesia's attorney general: 'I give two thumbs up to the Supreme Court's decision'
Serge Atlaoui's relatives are begging French President Francois Hollande and the European Union to save him
Philippine Vice President Jejomar Binay also appealed for Mary Jane in a meeting with Indonesian Vice President Jusuf Kalla
France warns that executing Serge Atlaoui will have 'consequences' for relations between Paris and Jakarta
The special activities inside Wirogunan Penitentiary in Yogyakarta were a brief respite for the mother of two on death row
'We can always try,' the Philippines' Department of Foreign Affairs says, as the Philippine vice president also seeks a meeting with the Indonesian president
'Sentencing a defendant is not about revenge, but more a form of education and lesson so that in the future the defendant won't conduct another criminal act'
While President Joko Widodo says Indonesian laws 'allow for execution,' what he doesn't say is that his country's laws also provide for clemency
President Jokowi, showing mercy to those who deserve it is not inconsistent with Indonesia’s laws. Clemency is not a sign of weakness.
Frenchman Serge Atlaoui is appealing his case before the Supreme Court, and a verdict is expected imminently
Indonesian is protesting Saudi's execution of two Indonesians this week without prior notice
Mary Jane Fiesta Veloso moves a step closer to execution, but her lawyers are planning to file a second appeal as soon as possible
The Manila archbishop also tells migrant Filipino workers: 'Do not just accept parcels or bags from people, especially from those you do not know'
'Every life is precious as it comes from God,' Filipino Catholic bishops say, hoping to save a 30-year-old Filipina who is on Indonesia's death row
Lawyers for Filipina Mary Jane Veloso will seek a second case review, while lawyers for the Australian 'Bali Nine' pair went to the Constitutional Court
Tony Abbott says he has spoken to Jokowi again about the Bali Nine pair
(UPDATED) Lawyers say they will file an application to the Constitutional Court, but the Attorney General's Office says there will be no more delays to the executions
The Archbishop also says the death penalty runs counter to Indonesia's philosophical foundations, known as the Pancasila