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British journalists jailed over piracy film finally leave Indonesia

Nov 11, 2015 - 2:38 PM

Neil Bonner 32 and Rebecca Prosser 31 received two and a half month prison sentences for misusing their tourist visas to make a documentary about piracy near the western island of Batam

JOURNALISTS FREE. Neil Bonner, 32, and Rebecca Prosser, 31, received two-and-a-half month prison sentences for misusing their tourist visas to make a documentary about piracy. Photo by AFP

The wRap Indonesia: Aceh to cane gays, haze reaches Thailand

Oct 23, 2015 - 6:00 AM

Other stories include a recommended jail term for journalists doing illegal reporting in Indonesia and up and coming women leaders in the country s tech scene

CANING. An Acehnese receiving lashes in public on September 19. Under a new law, gay sex is punishable by up to 100 lashes or 100 months in prison. Photo by Nurdin Hasan/Rappler

Jail sought for British journalists who filmed docu on a tourist visa

Oct 22, 2015 - 7:14 PM

Foreign journalists wanting to report in Indonesia must get a special visa

The wRap Indonesia: Palace probes farmer murder, economic stimulus

Sep 30, 2015 - 6:00 AM

The Palace vows to probe the murder of a farmer the government announces its newest economic stimulus and other top stories from here and around the world

Detained in Indonesia: British journalists on trial for making documentary

Sep 29, 2015 - 4:43 PM

The two are on trial for allegedly trying to make a documentary while on tourist visas