Former prime minister is due in court Thursday, MACC officials say.
Philippines, China sign memorandum on oil and gas development in South China Sea.
Prominent photographer was incarcerated without charge for three and a half months.
Clones of popular news portals have appeared since last week.
The Merdeka Center reported on tolerance toward extremism in Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand and the Philippines.
Broadcasts of intolerant sermons could lead to radicalism among listeners, an Indonesian radio operator warns.
Nationalists groups protest Xi Jinping’s visit, citing South China Sea deal.
Black flag, explosives retrieved after gunfight, police say.
More than two dozen soldiers were wounded in gunbattle on southern Jolo island, officials say.
Police chief says a 35-year-old allegedly recruited children in Philippines to join militants.
Rights groups and victims of her late husband’s dictatorship cry foul over court’s decision.
Chanting “we won’t go back,” hundreds of refugees protested while none agreed to leave.
Beijing’s moves in South China Sea threaten sovereignty of nations, Mike Pence says.
U.S. Vice President Mike Pence says terrorism “has the potential to grow worse” in Southeast Asia.
Defense attorney claims there are errors in the indictment, which could see one defendant sentenced to death.