Indonesia's holiday island Bali falls quiet for the annual 'Day of Silence' festival, halting flights, internet and closing tourist attractions to allow time for meditation and introspection
(UPDATED) Three days after the Tuesday night collapse, authorities opt to use an excavator to haul away debris, as they try to get food and water to the miners believed to still be alive
Shocking viral footage emerges online showing an alleged pickpocket screaming hysterically as another officer shouts abuse at a police station in restive Papua province
At least 4 people are missing but authorities say data is still being collected across hard-hit areas
(UPDATED) The confirmed deaths, believed to be of construction workers, mark the deadliest bout of violence in years to hit a region wracked by a low-level independence insurgency
(3rd UPDATE) Investigators say that Lion Air kept putting the plane back into service despite repeatedly failing to fix a problem with the airspeed indicator in the days leading up to the fatal flight
The identification is being called off because all the recovered remains have been tested
Police want to question Renae Lawrence about outstanding arrest warrants dating from before her ill-fated departure for Bali in 2005
(UPDATED) It is likely that Renae Lawrence will be deported shortly after her release
The plane maker says local aviation officials believe pilots might have been given wrong information by the plane's automated systems before the fatal crash
Divers are searching an area about 25-35 meters deep, but have been finding fewer body parts than earlier in the week
The devices record information about the speed, altitude and direction of the plane as well as flight crew conversations and could hold vital clues to the cause of the deadly accident
Using sonar technology, Hadi Tjahjanto says authorities are confident they have pinpointed the location of the Boeing 737-MAX plane that plunged into the sea on October 29
Here is what we know so far about the Lion Air crash and the investigation
Aid groups say there has been an increase in cases of diarrhea and respiratory infection, while there are also suspected cases of mosquito-borne illnesses, including malaria and dengue fever
More than 2,000 bodies have been recovered since the twin disaster on Sulawesi island
Volunteers are cheering up children across Palu with songs and games as the youngsters come to grips with a city hollowed out and twisted by nature.
After days of delays, international aid has finally started to arrive in the disaster zone, where the UN says almost 200,000 people are in need of humanitarian assistance
'Illness or death is in God's hands, but while I'm still alive I still want to do my best to serve others,' says Sutopo Purwo Nugroho, who has Stage IV lung cancer
(UPDATED) According to Save the Children, many youngsters are sleeping on the streets among ruins in Palu, and authorities urgently need to identify and reunite them with their relatives
A combination of plate tectonic in the region, the shape of the coastline, vulnerable communities, and a less-than-robust early warning system all combine to make Indonesian tsunamis especially dangerous
The state disaster agency warns people to stay at least 4 kilometers away but says there is no need to evacuate for the time being
Experts say at least 3 factors caused the deadly waves that ravaged the Indonesian city of Palu
Survivors are battling thirst and hunger, with food and clean water in short supply, and local hospitals are overwhelmed by the number of injured
Almost 200,000 people are in need of urgent help, among them thousands of children, says the UN
There are no immediate reports of serious damage
(UPDATED) Survivors are battling thirst and hunger, with food and clean water in short supply, and local hospitals are overwhelmed by the number of injured
The powerful Indonesia earthquake-tsunami killed more than 800 people
(5th UPDATE) Aid agencies vow to boost humanitarian assistance on the island as devastated residents struggled in makeshift displacement camps
(UPDATED) Survivors of the earthquake are also being shaken by hundreds of aftershocks, including a shallow 5.9-magnitude quake on Thursday, which caused people to flee evacuation shelters crying and screaming
'There are still some evacuees that have not yet been touched by aid, especially in North Lombok and West Lombok,' says national disaster agency spokesman Sutopo Purwo Nugroho
(UPDATED) Around 1,477 people are severely injured, with tens of thousands of homes damaged. Authorities say the death toll of 131 is likely to rise.
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