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‘It’s Too Late’: In Sprawling Indonesia, Coronavirus Surges

‘It’s Too Late’: In Sprawling Indonesia, Coronavirus Surges

A random sampling of thousands found that one in 10 had antibodies for the coronavirus, an alarming glimpse at what could be runaway transmission.
‘It’s Too Late’: In Sprawling Indonesia, Coronavirus Surges

‘It’s Too Late’: In Sprawling Indonesia, Coronavirus Surges

A random sampling of thousands found that one in 10 had antibodies for the coronavirus, an alarming glimpse at what could be runaway transmission.
‘It’s Too Late’: In Sprawling Indonesia, Coronavirus Surges

‘It’s Too Late’: In Sprawling Indonesia, Coronavirus Surges

A random sampling of thousands found that one in 10 had antibodies for the coronavirus, an alarming glimpse at what could be runaway transmission.
Inside Indonesia's fight to save its most important soil

Inside Indonesia's fight to save its most important soil

Scientists started raising alarm bells in early 2015. The signs were clear — the world was in for a large-scale El Niño event, as warm water began to settle in the central and east-central Pacific

Indonesian startup Delman raises $1.6 million to help companies clean up data

Delman, a Jakarta-based data management startup, has raised $1.6 million in seed funding. The round was led by Intudo Ventures, with participation from Prasetia Dwidharma Ventures and Qlue Performa
Adivina dónde estamos (volumen II)

Adivina dónde estamos (volumen II)

Museos anclados en la naturaleza, paisajes oxigenantes en paraísos remotos, rascacielos de récord y originales proyectos urbanos. Un juego de pistas e imágenes para descubrir destinos que inspiran
Wild Cockatoos Are Just as Smart as Lab-Raised Ones

Wild Cockatoos Are Just as Smart as Lab-Raised Ones

Previous research suggested that spending a lot of time with humans might make animals more innovative. These birds had another idea.
Wild Cockatoos Are Just as Smart as Lab-Raised Ones

Wild Cockatoos Are Just as Smart as Lab-Raised Ones

Previous research suggested that spending a lot of time with humans might make animals more innovative. These birds had another idea.
Coronavirus live news: UK police contradict No 10 claims over lockdown warning

Coronavirus live news: UK police contradict No 10 claims over lockdown warning

Durham police say they did contact PM’s top aide over alleged breach of lockdown. Spain to welcome foreign visitors from July and restart football league in early JuneSpain to reopen to overseas
Indonesia investigates leak of more than two million voters' personal information

Indonesia investigates leak of more than two million voters' personal information

Data breach included names, home addresses and national identification numbersIndonesia is investigating how 2.3 million voters’ personal information was leaked online, the election commission
Global report: India and Indonesia announce record daily infection figures

Global report: India and Indonesia announce record daily infection figures

China sets no growth target for first time in decades; Madrid and Barcelona lockdowns to easeCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageIndia has reported more than 6,000 new Covid-19
Coronavirus ‘Fake News’ Arrests Are Quieting Critics

Coronavirus ‘Fake News’ Arrests Are Quieting Critics

In Southeast Asia, the coronavirus pandemic has provided a handy excuse for a clampdown on free speech.
Global report: Indonesia cases top daily record as Muslim world prepares for 'saddest' Eid

Global report: Indonesia cases top daily record as Muslim world prepares for 'saddest' Eid

President bans people returning home for festivities to mark end of Ramadan; China abandons GDP target; Trump defies mask pleaCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageIndonesia has
Coronavirus live news: Government blames $60bn ‘error’ on ATO and Treasury as WHO puts South America at centre of pandemic

Coronavirus live news: Government blames $60bn ‘error’ on ATO and Treasury as WHO puts South America at centre of pandemic

Madrid and Barcelona to ease lockdown as Spain’s death toll stays under 100 again; 660,000 people forced to flee homes during crisis despite UN global ceasefire callHydroxychloroquine: Trump’s ‘cure’
Muere una misionera al estrellarse la avioneta que pilotaba, cargada de test de covid-19

Muere una misionera al estrellarse la avioneta que pilotaba, cargada de test de covid-19

La piloto Joyce Lin cayó a un lago dos minutos después de despegar; en las últimas semanas había asistido a zonas remotas de Nueva Guinea
Don’t Let China Steal Your Steel Industry

Don’t Let China Steal Your Steel Industry

Beijing is rapidly becoming the dominant player in an industry vital to defense and technology companies. If the United States and Europe aren’t careful, they will become dependent.

The internal and external migrants, together, pose a refugee crisis that India is ill-prepared for

"We are finally acknowledging that migrants exist in huge numbers."
Indonesia Arrests Three for Using Fake ‘Coronavirus-Free’ Certifications to Travel

Indonesia Arrests Three for Using Fake ‘Coronavirus-Free’ Certifications to Travel

Indonesian police arrested three people on Thursday for using fake "coronavirus-free" documents to island-hop from Java to Bali.
Superheroes, From Near And Far, Join Indonesia’s Coronavirus Battle

Superheroes, From Near And Far, Join Indonesia’s Coronavirus Battle

Raisan Al Farisi/Antara Foto via Reuters According to Reuters, volunteers clad as Superman and Spider-Man sprayed disinfectant against the coronavirus...
Where Bats Are Still on the Menu, if No Longer the Best Seller

Where Bats Are Still on the Menu, if No Longer the Best Seller

Indonesia’s wildlife markets are “like a cafeteria for animal pathogens,” but they have resisted efforts to close even as China has shut its own markets over coronavirus fears.