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Indonesian Stock Exchange floor collapses

A floor at Indonesia’s stock exchange collapsed into the building’s lobby, on Monday, injuring an unknown number of people, according to media reports.

Thousands rally in Jakarta against US Jerusalem move

Tens of thousands of protesters rallied outside the US embassy in the Indonesian capital, Jakarta, against President Donald Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital.

Thousands of Muslims in Asia protest against Trump’s Jerusalem plan

Thousands of protesters in Muslim-majority Indonesia and Malaysia joined rallies on Friday to condemn Washington’s decision to recognise Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, as authorities tightened security outside U.S. embassies.

Indonesian police arrest 58 men in raid on gay sauna

Indonesian police have detained 58 men including several foreigners in a raid on a gay sauna, an official said Saturday, the latest sign of a backlash against homosexuals in the Muslim-majority country.

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Abdullahi Abbas emerges Kano APC chairman

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