Indonesia is moving its capital from Jakarta to Borneo. Here's Why
Here's a look at why the capital is moving, the government's plans and why activists are worried about how it will impact the environment, endangered species and Indigenous communities.
Why Indonesia is moving its capital from Jakarta to the rainforests of Borneo
Here's why Southeast Asia's largest economy is moving its administrative centre to Nusantara, a lush, biodiverse region home to the world's oldest rainforests.
Deep 5.8 magnitude earthquake shakes Indonesia's capital Jakarta
Earthquakes occur frequently across the sprawling archipelago nation, but it is uncommon for them to be felt in Jakarta.
At least 162 people killed as powerful earthquake strikes Indonesia's main island of Java
Indonesia's Meteorology, Climatology and Geophysics Agency had earlier said the quake had a magnitude of 5.6 and struck near Cianjur, about 100 kilometres (60 miles) from Jakarta.
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