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The Philippines on Friday arrested an Australian national with suspected links to foreign Islamist militants after he urged Philippine Muslims on social media sites to support conflicts in Iraq and Syria, recruiting them to go to the Middle East.
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Election commission official Dedi Saidi, left, checks a document stating the number of votes collected in ballot boxes at Bendungan Hilir in Jakarta on Thursday.
US Ambassador Kristie Kenney met Thai air force chief ACM Prajin Juntong in Bangkok on Thursday evening and confirmed Washington would go ahead with a service update for some of Thailand's F-16 fighter jets.
Indonesian presidential candidate Joko "Jokowi" Widodo gestures after a news conference in Jakarta on Thursday.
Malaysian police said Thursday they had arrested seven people in connection with the murder of an Estonian model whose body was found on a resort island.
All five men from the Yangon-based Unity journal were sentenced by a court Thursday for violating the 1923 Burma State Secrets Act pertaining to trespassing in a prohibited area with prejudicial purpose.
The museum, formerly a high school in Phnom Penh, was turned into a prison after the Khmer Rouge took power in 1975.
If you live in Kuala Lumpur and use public transport to move around the Klang Valley, it is inevitable that you get to stop off at KL Sentral, Malaysia's landmark transportation hub where nearly all modes of transport are stationed.
Pregnant asylum seeker women on Christmas Island pleaded with medical experts to adopt their children out to Australian families four months ago, as they became anxious about their future.
Transport authorities admitted on Wednesday that cronyism and leniency were behind the employment of a man charged with the rape and murder of a 13-year-old girl on a southern train on Sunday morning.
Both candidates claimed victory in Indonesia's presidential election on Wednesday, suggesting there could be a drawn out constitutional battle to decide who will next lead the world's third-largest democracy.
After the most polarizing campaigning in Indonesia's history, millions of people voted to elect a new president Wednesday in a race too tight to predict, hoping for change after years of corruption and poverty.
The military regime is committed to making checkpoint expansion a top priority in a move to spur border trade, but it has yet to make a decision on the ambitious Dawei development plan.
The rape and murder of a 13-year-old girl, who was shoved off a moving train on an overnight trip from southern Thailand, has sparked public outrage and calls for capital punishment for rapists.
Contrasting campaigns ... from left, Indonesian presidential candidates Prabowo Subianto, a former special forces commander, and Jakarta Governor Joko Widodo.
Carrying ballot boxes on their backs, Indonesian tribesmen climbed barefoot up a mountain in a remote part of Borneo island to ensure a small village would not miss the chance to take part in Wednesday's presidential poll.
Updated: Fri Jul 11, 2014 05:23 am
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