Indonesian radicalisation: is Australia at risk ?
Foreign minister Julie Bishop has stated that prisoners in Indonesia are at risk of being radicalised. While attending a U.N. counter terrorism […]
Indonesia Executes 8, Australia recalls diplomat
On the night of April 28 Indonesia executed eight men, shooting them through the heart, as punishment for their various crimes. two […]
Travelling in Tense Times
Australia’s relationship with Indonesia is under stress, with the Indonesian government halting all cooperation over defence and asylum seeker issues. The tensions […]
Red Cross urges Australians to help Sulawesi
A tsunami has battered the Indonesian island Sulawesi, and has claimed approximately 400 lives. The disaster was caused after a magnitude 7.5 […]