Several attackers set off a series of explosions that targeted downtown Jakarta on Thursday and exchanged gunfire with Indonesian authorities, leaving at least seven people, including five assailants, dead.
By Joshua Barajas
More than 1,000 die each year in auto accidents in Jakarta, where population growth and lack of public transportation have created a traffic crisis.
By Talea Miller
PBS NewsHour producer Dan Sagalyn traveled to Indonesia in May 2011 to learn more about the Southeast Asian country -- the world's fourth most populous nation -- and the issues it faces today.
By Dan Sagalyn
Indonesia's most-wanted Islamic militant, believed to be the mastermind of two deadly July hotel bombings in Jakarta, has reportedly been killed in a police raid in Central Java.
By Carolyn O'Hara
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