Photo Essays

Meet the Sulfur Miners of Eastern Java

Looming 2,799 m (9183 ft.) above sea level, Gunung Ijen in Indonesia’s eastern Java is a volcanic wonder that attract hundreds of foreign and domestic tourists...

Indonesia Tsunami Kills More Than 400

Triggered by an earthquake off the coast of Sumatra, a tsunami killed more than 400 people and left hundreds more missing in Indonesia this week, close on the...

Indonesia's Elections

With 24 parties and 150 million eligible voters, Indonesia's colorful parliamentary elections are shaping up to be the biggest single-day electoral event in...

Indonesia Votes

Photographer John Stanmeyer follows the candidates as they hit the campaign trail in Indonesia's landmark presidential elections

Photojournalism Daily: Dec. 15, 2014

Today’s daily Photojournalism Links collection highlights Monique Jacques‘ work from the fourth annual World Muslimah Award in Indonesia. The award, informally...

Indonesia Noodle Factory

The Tiga Pilar Sejahtera Food company is the beneficiary of a pioneering food aid program that fights hunger and fosters local economic developmentPhotographs...

Suharto's Indonesia

A look back at life in the world's fourth-largest country under one of Asia's longest-serving rulers

Volcanoes in Our Times

In 1883, Krakatoa exploded over Indonesia, unleashing the deadliest eruption in modern memory. A gallery of some of its most spectacular successors suggests that...

Operation Aceh

In Aceh province in Indonesia, the killing of children marks the grim beginning of what will be a gruesome war

"Holy Terror"

Indonesia's powerful Laskar Jihad has launched a campaign against Christian villages in Sulawesi

Coming Home to Roost

In Indonesia, chickens aren't just food: they're an integral part of everyday life. But that symbiosis is complicating efforts to control the nation's outbreaks...

An Uncertain Future

Destruction and development in Indonesia have imperiled humankind's closest relatives, the orangutan