Rescuers recovered five more bodies from a collapsed underground room at a giant U.S.-owned gold and copper mine in Indonesia, bringing the confirmed death toll to 14, police said Monday. Fourteen other workers were still missing and feared dead. Full story
JAKARTA (Reuters) - When a sick Indonesian baby died after 10 hospitals in Jakarta turned her family away in February, critics blamed a pilot health insurance scheme that had overwhelmed the city's public hospitals. Full story
JAKARTA (Reuters) - Freeport McMoRan Copper & Gold Inc said on Saturday that rockfalls were hampering rescue efforts after a tunnel collapse four days ago at its giant Indonesian copper mine, with hopes fading of finding alive any of the 23 still missing. Full story
A Lion Air plane was attempting to land when it overshot the runway in Bali, and fell into the sea from a height of about 160 feet. One passenger said everyone on board was screaming, and thought they would drown. NBC’s Annabel Roberts reports.
Landslides triggered by heavy rain have left more than six people dead and 12 missing on Indonesia's Java island. NBCNews.com's Dara Brown reports.
Seven Komodo Dragon babies born in two litters are the newest additions to a zoo in Surabaya, Indonesia. TODAY.com's Dara Brown reports.
Rescuers found four more bodies of victims killed in one of two deadly landslides in Indonesia. NBCNews.com's Dara Brown reports.
Earlier this week a Bali court sentenced British woman Lindsay Sandiford to death in drug smuggling trial. She had been expected to get 15 years in jail. Sandiford, 56, was carrying almost 5kg of cocaine when she arrived on the island from Bangkok, Indonesian authorities say. Sandiford argued that s
Chairman of Indonesia's Investment Coordinating Board Muhammad Chatib Basri speaks with a journalist after a fit-and-proper test by Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono at the palace in Jakarta May 20, 2013. Indonesia named Basri, 47, as finance minister on Monday as Southeast Asia's bigg
People queue to see a doctor at the Fatmawati hospital in Jakarta May 17, 2013. Indonesia intends to implement a nationwide healthcare plan, with the aim to cover all Indonesians by 2019 from the 52 percent who currently have some form of insurance. To match story INDONESIA-HEALTH/ REUTERS/Beawi
Patients rest in a hospital in Makassar, South Sulawesi province May 10, 2013. Indonesia's "big bang" health reforms, which aim to insure all 240 million citizens by 2019, are expected to have the perverse effect of forcing more Indonesians to seek care at private hospitals both at home and abroad.
Workers take part in the rescue effort after a underground training classroom collapsed in Big Gossan at the Grasberg complex in remote West Papua province in this May 17, 2013 picture provided by PT Freeport Indonesia. Freeport McMoRan Copper & Gold Inc's Indonesian copper mine should remain closed