Youths from different religions come together through the Berhati group to clean mosques, churches, temples and other spaces for religious congregation.
The recent death of a 19-year-old from Lamongan, East Java in Iraq left Indonesians asking what can be done to prevent other youths from dying for jihad.
Sides remain hopeful that there will be progress in spite of turmoil in Bangkok.
Facing pollution and waste management issues, under a bi-lateral deal, Warsaw offers Jakarta aid through new technologies and expertise.
Central government still has to approve controversial bylaw, which has drawn criticism in Aceh.
Free mobile application encourages citizens to monitor violations during the election, inviting greater engagement in the democratic process.
Indonesia should make poverty alleviation a prong in its counterterrorism strategy, educators say.
Two policemen hailed as heroes after saving lives of two small children.
A lack of belonging created "the general sense of not having any kind of future ahead of them," photographer says of the beleaguered Rohingya.
A young East Java man dies in Iraq after going there for jihad.
As the hunt for the missing Malaysia Airlines plane continues, multiple nations join the search effort.
Political turmoil in Bangkok undermines regional peace talks, a local leader says.
Countries urged to use database of missing travel documents in security procedures.
Officials in Indonesia say the new law guarding against theft of radioactive material, other nuclear threats, will bolster counterterrorism efforts.
Such workers play a small but key role in the national economy.
Violence persists in the province as authorities hunt the country's most wanted terrorist.
Investors, students and holiday-makers affected by policy that targets criminals.
Reports have emerged of a rash of mass executions in north Syria, where armed extremist groups have jockeyed for control.
Join the debate, don't try to block it, organisers urge.
Locals hail Thai government's move helping to preserve Pattani Malay culture.
Malaysia's decision to no longer let Iranians obtain visas upon landing, combined with international sanctions on Iran's nuclear programme, are having negative economic ripple effects.