Panel’s chairman says he does not know if report due in September will be made public.
Former Inspector General Khalid Abu Bakar defends delay in probing camp that held graves of Rohingya and Bangladeshis.
In a separate operation, the widow of a leader of Ansar al-Khilafah Philippines was arrested in the south.
Attacks occurred after U.N. experts called for probe into alleged human rights violations in Manila’s drug war.
Talks facilitator Abdul Rahim Noor concludes first official visit to Thailand’s far south.
Support for extremist groups in four Mindanao provinces “very local,” U.S. official tells BenarNews.
China has promised to “thoroughly” investigate incident, Philippine presidential spokesman says.
Thailand was pressured by Beijing to file charges, rights groups, and the Falun Gong-linked Sound of Hope allege.
Beijing says incident at Recto Bank in the South China Sea was an accident.
Giancarlo Bossi was held for more than a month in 2007.
Monthlong exercise in Kalimantan is aimed at countering militants returning home from Syria, Indonesian officials say.
Vietnamese-flagged vessel rescues 22 fishermen, Manila’s defense chief says.
“They refuse food and medical services,” Bangladesh’s ambassador to Libya says of the migrants.
Surveillance aircraft being financed through “security assistance funding, and not national funds,” official says.
Separately, 38 Myanmar nationals were rescued in a possible trafficking case, officials said.
King endorses parliamentary vote for the junta leader, according to Royal Gazette.