A criminal investigation is being launched after pharmaceutical employees were found reusing nasal swabs to test for COVID-19.
It is no secret that 2021 may be the last year to adequately address climate change.
After winding up at the wrong wedding venue, a clueless groom nearly married a complete stranger on his wedding day.
A video has surfaced of First Lieutenant Muhammed Imam Adi being stopped from leaving a room by his young son, hours before he boarded the doomed Indonesian submarine.
News of the video comes shortly after the Indonesian navy announced that all members of the sunken KRI Nanggala 402 submarine had been declared dead.
KRI Nanggala-402's commander, Marine Colonel Harry Setiawan, 49 crew members and three arsenal men were on board.
The submarine likely fell to a depth of 600 to 700 meters, much deeper than the 200 meters at which the vessel would have buckled under the water pressure.
The search for a missing Indonesian submarine grows more dire as navy officials fear the vessel sank too deep to withstand the water pressure.
Fears have grown that the vessel may have sunk below its collapse depth, making it vulnerable to implosion, and that oxygen supplies may run out as early as Saturday morning.
The submarine was reported missing on Wednesday after it failed to check in during a training exercise. Navy officials have warned that the vessel could have sunk thousands of feet below the surface and might be too deep to retrieve.
Oxygen supplies onboard were expected to run out early on Saturday morning, giving rescue teams less than 48 hours to locate the submarine and free the crew.
The woman, identified only as N.D., survived the attempted murder after she landed in the sea and swam to a nearby beach.
In response to the missing submarine, Indonesia's military chief has ordered additional ships to help in the search mission.
Contact with the German-made vessel was lost at 4:30 a.m. local time Wednesday, according to Indonesian military chief Hadi Tjahjanto.
"I can feel the grief of our brothers and sisters there caused by these disasters," Widodo said in a televised address to the nation, according to the AP.
The flight from Jakarta and was carrying over 50 passengers and 12 crew, according to Indonesian media reports.
Official estimates suggest that there are fewer than 80 of these rhinos left in the wild.
Police say they hope the punishment will deter others from refusing to wear a face covering in public.
Mount Merapi—whose name means "Mountain of Fire" in Indonesian—is one of the world's most active volcanoes.
The 14-year-old girl was electrocuted when she reached for her phone which fell between power lines.
"Reducing poverty does not have to create unavoidable environmental costs," said researcher Paul Ferraro.
"I did not expect anyone to be reckless during the month of Ramadan and the atmosphere of the COVID-19 pandemic," one trans woman said. "I was shocked, sad and angry."
"Put people in there and lock them up," the head of Sragen Regency said.
Scientists compared centuries-worth of data to see how the Indian Ocean Dipole has changed over the last millennia. Their results suggest extreme events are becoming more frequent and more intense.
Terawan Agus Putranto touted how his country remains free of disease that has spread throughout the region.
Mount Merapi erupted again early Thursday morning, causing volcanic material and ash rain to spew over several villages in its surrounding area.
The species of mudskipper moves across water in a way that has never been seen before.
A similar journey would have been made by humans over 65,000 years ago.
Gynecologist Dr. Jen Gunter told Newsweek products which claim to tighten the vagina are "medically harmful and playing off patriarchal tropes."
Discovery comes 74 years after evolutionary biologist Ernst Mayr predicted fewer than 100 bird species were left to be discovered in the whole world.