The Jakarta Post (Indonesia)

JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/ANN) - Indonesia's Coordinating Political, Legal and Security Affairs Minister Wiranto was attacked by an unidentified assailant using some form of sharp weapon during a working visit on Thursday to Pandeglang, Banten.

JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/ANN) - The inauguration of Indonesia's President-elect Joko Widodo and Vice President-elect Ma’ruf Amin will be pushed forward to afternoon to accommodate churchgoers.

JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/ANN) - Indonesia scored 65 out of 100 in the competitiveness performance, ranked fourth within Asean behind Singapore [first], Malaysia [27th] and Thailand [40th].

BANDUNG, Indonesia (The Jakarta Post/ANN) - In Indonesia, director Deia Schlosberg – who won an Emmy Award for her documentary Backyard – collected footage of Jakarta’s Ciliwung River, the Bantar Gebang dumpsite in Bekasi, West Java, and street rallies in East Java against diaper pollution in the Brantas River.

JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/ANN) - Aamid fears of an incoming tsunami after fake news spread online following a deadly earthquake that jolted the region late last month, thousands of residents of West Seram Regency in Maluku fled to nearby mountains and forests on Tuesday. 

JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/ANN) - Indonesia is planning to move its capital from Jakarta to Kalimantan, however the Asean headquarters would remain in Jakarta, Asean Secretary-General Lim Jock Hoi has said.

MELBOURNE (The Jakarta Post/ANN) - Joko “Jokowi” Widodo and Ma’ruf Amin won the presidential election in April 2019, and they are scheduled to be inaugurated on Oct. 20.

MELBOURNE (The Jakarta Post/ANN) - Mixed public reactions to the soon-to-be-announced cabinet could pose a challenge to President Jokowi and VP Ma’ruf Amin.

YORK, UNITED KINGDOM (The Jakarta Post/ANN) - The demographic composition of Southeast Asian society, which is made up of various ethnic groups, shows the importance of looking at ethnicity in the nation-building process and the creation of nationalism.

JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/ANN) - Asean headquarters will still be located in Jakarta despite Indonesian government's plan to move its capital to East Kalimantan.