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Indonesia promises not to snoop on foreign leaders: media

JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesia pledged not to eavesdrop on foreign leaders when it hosts a major summit later this year despite irritation over reports that its own leader was spied on when he was overseas. Full story

Most passengers rescued after asylum seekers boat sinks off Indonesia

JAKARTA (Reuters) - Three people died but another 157 suspected asylum seekers were rescued after their boat sank off the southern coast of Indonesia, officials said on Wednesday after earlier reports that as many as 60 may have perished. Full story

Stampede in Indonesia after boxing match kills 17

JAKARTA (Reuters) - At least 17 people were killed and 39 injured in a stampede triggered by fighting among fans after a boxing match on Sunday in the remote Indonesian province of Papua. Full story

Indonesian parliament could pave way Monday for fuel price hikes

JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesia's parliament could pass measures on Monday paving the way for a 33 percent rise in the country's fuel prices to reduce a government subsidy bill that has cast a shadow over Southeast Asia's biggest economy. Full story

Indonesia MPs back budget package that would allow fuel price hikes

JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesian parliamentarians gave their backing to budget revisions that pave the way for long delayed cuts in fuel price subsidies, blamed for sapping the budget and undermining confidence in Southeast Asia's biggest economy. Full story

Indonesia's Citilink to buy new planes, may list by 2015

JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesian budget carrier PT Citilink Indonesia, a unit of state-owned carrier PT Garuda Indonesia <GIAA.JK>, plans to expand its fleet to 50 planes and sell a 30 percent stake in a public offering by 2015, the company's CEO said on Friday. Full story

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Indonesia struggles to solve politically toxic fuel subsidy problem

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  Thousands evacuate flooded Jakarta

Heavy monsoon rains have submerged Indonesia's capital of Jakarta forcing more than 20,000 residents to flee their homes. NBCNews.com's Dara Brown reports.

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