Correspondent Chad Bouchard reports on what some analysts are calling an 'economic cold war' between the US and China. They're jostling for business partners around the world and a top target is Indonesia.
The US goverment has issued travel advisories for Americans visiting Bali in recent months. The concern is an outbreak of rabies. Now one woman has been working with local authorities to help control the problem. The World's Alex Gallafent has the story.
Twin natural disasters have hit Indonesia. Indonesia's most volatile volcano erupted in central Java. Also this week, a powerful earthquake off Sumatra island triggered a tsunami.We get the latest from the BBC's Karishma Vaswani.
A man who was considered the gate-keeper of Indonesia's most active volcano was killed when the mountain erupted earlier this week. Reporter Rebecca Henschke looks back on the life of the 83-year-old mystic.
President Obama will have a lot on his plate during his visit to Indonesia. But many Indonesians seem more interested in what will be on the president's dinner plate Their top choice is a meatball soup called bakso. Chad Bouchard reports from Jakarta.
President Obama is in Indonesia today, home of the world's most populous Muslim nation. Tomorrow the President will address the Muslim world at an Indonesian university and reporter Julia Simon reports that there is much anticipation about the same.
In the Geo Quiz we hear about an unusual effort to save Orangutans. These great apes are threatened by poaching and especially habitat loss. Their habitat happens to be in Indonesia and Malaysia but it's limited to 2 islands. Can you name them?