Gulf Times - Yogyakarta
At least six Indonesian students killed when swept away by river tides

At least six Indonesian students killed when swept away by river tides

At least six students in the Indonesian province of Yogyakarta were killed and five more were missing on Friday after a tidal surge swept them away during a school trip, said disaster mitigation officials.

Dancing, military parade greet Asian Games flame in Indonesia

Dancing, military parade greet Asian Games flame in Indonesia

The torch for the 18th Asian Games was welcomed to the Indonesian city of Yogyakarta Tuesday, with a military parade, traditional dancing and a flypast by the airforce.

Indonesian police shoot dead three suspected militants

Indonesian police shoot dead three suspected militants

Indonesian anti-terrorism officers shot dead three suspected Islamic militants on Saturday in the central Java city of Yogyakarta, police said.

Police shoot man during sword attack on Indonesian church

Police shoot man during sword attack on Indonesian church

Indonesian police have shot a sword-wielding man who attacked church congregation during Sunday Mass, injuring four people including a priest.

Fed keeps talking, and bond traders get more confused

Fed keeps talking, and bond traders get more confused

Treasury-market traders say the Federal Reserve has a communication problem.