JAKARTA - US President Barack Obama Wednesday visited Indonesia's largest mosque in a goodwill gesture to Muslims.
JAKARTA - US President Barack Obama said Tuesday his efforts to mend ties with the Muslim world were on track but acknowledged that the job was unfinished.
JAKARTA, Indonesia - An Indonesian government minister who has in the past blamed natural disasters on immorality has caused more controversy by posting anti-gay comments on Twitter and joking about people with AIDS.
JAKARTA, Indonesia - Dozens of Christians held prayers inside their boarded-up church near Indonesia's capital Sunday, saying they had as much right as anyone to worship in the world's most populous Muslim country.
JAKARTA, Indonesia - A group of Christian worshippers said they would defy police and the threat of attack to hold Sunday prayers outside their now-boarded-up church near Indonesia's capital.
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- Indonesian Muslims facing Africa during prayers
- Indonesian Islamists open front against Christians
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- Indonesian students protest Barack Obama's visit
- Indonesian clerics mull motorcycle helmet fatwa
- Indonesia's Aceh holds first transvestite contest
- Indonesian gambling convicts escape before caning
- Indonesians bury popular former President Wahid
- Indonesians to bury popular former president Wahid