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Tens of thousands stranded as Bali volcano closes airport

Nov 27, 2017

Indonesian authorities ordered a mass evacuation of people from an expanded danger zone around an erupting volcano on Bali that has closed the island's airport, stranding tens of thousands of travelers

The Latest: Indonesia says 100,000 should leave volcano zone

Nov 27, 2017

Indonesia's Disaster Mitigation Agency says as many as 100,000 villagers need to leave the expanded danger zone around the Mount Agung volcano on Bali, but that less than half that number have left

Hundreds leave Papua villages in separatist standoff

Nov 20, 2017

Indonesian police say hundreds more people have left villages in easternmost Papua that were at the center of clashes with separatists

Indonesia says Papua villages in standoff with rebels secure

Nov 17, 2017

Indonesian police help evacuate more than 340 people from villages in easternmost Papua after security forces apparently gained the upper hand in a standoff with separatists

Indonesia police say policeman killed in Papua mine attack

Nov 15, 2017

Indonesian police say gunmen shot and killed a police officer in the latest attack by separatists near a giant gold and copper mine in easternmost Papua

Gunmen launch attacks near Freeport Indonesia mine; 3 hurt

Oct 21, 2017

Police say unidentified gunmen have launched attacks near a U.S.-owned gold and copper mine in eastern Indonesia, wounding two policemen and a civilian

Qatar's leader urges end to trade embargo, calls for talks

Oct 18, 2017

Qatar's emir has urged neighboring states to lift an "unfair" 4-month-old trade embargo and said he's ready to open talks to end the diplomatic crisis

Malaysia Airlines outgoing CEO says Ryanair needs his help

Oct 18, 2017

Malaysia Airlines outgoing CEO Peter Bellew says he decided to return to Ryanair as a form of national service because the Irish budget airline needed his help

Indonesia president urges military to stay out of politics

Oct 5, 2017

Indonesia's president has urged the military to stay out of politics and remain loyal to the government, in an apparent rebuke over contentious statements by the country's top general

2 women plead not guilty in N. Korean scion's assassination

Oct 2, 2017

Two women accused of fatally poisoning the estranged half brother of North Korea's ruler pleaded not guilty as their trial began 8 months after the brazen assassination that sparked a diplomatic standoff

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