The report found an average of 40 percent children aged five and below in southeast Asia are malnourished, as busy working parents do not have the time, money or awareness to steer clear of food hurting their kids.
Jakarta police say some 519 "rioters from yesterday's demonstration" were detained following protests against controversial plans to revise criminal code and several other issues.
The 19-year-old engineering student died in the hospital of blunt-force injuries to his head sustained in riots against divisive legal reforms, ranging from banning pre-marital sex to weakening the anti-graft agency.
Thousands rally against proposed new laws, including a criminal code that would ban extramarital sex and penalise insulting the president's honour.
At least 100 people injured and more than 2,000 evacuated, officials say, as temblor strikes about 37 kilometres offshore northeast of Ambon in Maluku province.
An angry mob torched local government buildings, shops and homes and set fire to cars and motorbikes in Papua province's Wamena city in a protest by hundreds of people sparked by rumors that a teacher insulted an indigenous student.
Indonesian military says some victims burned to death in buildings set ablaze by protesters in Wamena city, and the death toll could go up "because many were trapped in burning kiosks."
Indonesia is regularly hit by slash-and-burn clearances of forests for farms and palm oil plantations. Many of the blazes smoulder deep underground in peatlands, where they can last for months.
Blazes have been raging on Sumatra and Borneo islands with Indonesia deploying water-bombing helicopters and thousands of security forces to tackle them. In recent days, fires sent toxic smog floating over Malaysia triggering a diplomatic row.
A spate of anti-racism protests has reinvigorated calls for political self-determination in West Papua, a region colonised by Indonesia for over half a century.
Indonesia opposes Papuan independence and its military has been accused of ruthlessly eliminating the separatist movement’s leaders in the past. It maintains that the 1969 referendum was binding and legitimate.
The 190-metre vessel, carrying nickel ore, was travelling from Halmahera island to Sulawesi island when it sent a distress call shortly before losing radio contact last week.
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