Tuesday 18 September 2012 - Behind the image
AFP Photo/Adek Berry
Pictures from a protest: caught in the middle
"Muslim protests usually go peacefully in Indonesia, which is the biggest Muslim country in the world," writes Jakarta-based AFP photographer Adek Berry, who filed pictures this week of tense clashes on the street of the Indonesian capital. "But when I realised that members of Jamaah Anshorut Tauhid (JAT) – classified as a “terrorist” organization by the US – were among the protesters, I feared something bad could happen. I was right."
Wednesday 18 July 2012 - Eye witness
"How do you feel about traveling in a (small) boat with a (half-ton) crocodile?", AFP's Jakarta bureau chief Loic Vennin and video journalist Anne-Fleur Delaistre were asked before they joined a mission to save a toothless croc -- baptized ‘Hollande’ in honor of France’s newly-elected President – from an abandoned Indonesian zoo. (AFP Photo/Romeo Gacad)