Hundreds meet to exchange ideas on Muslim regions can solve conflicts.
Seven others get life sentences.
Chinese ambassador refuses a foreign ministry request to answer questions over his alleged interference in domestic politics.
PM proposes Southeast Asian counter-messaging center to combat IS online recruitment efforts.
Aid worker Cesar Tavella was gunned down in Dhaka on Monday night.
According to the latest count by Indonesian officials, 41 Indonesians were killed and 82 are still missing.
Saudis have yet to release the nationalities of the dead, critics say.
Local leaders try to forge a compromise between Hindu Jats and minority Muslims.
Money can buy special rights in Indonesia’s prisons, activists say.
The suspects are a Malaysian, an Indonesian and a Syrian.
The controversial ban remained in effect despite the approaching Eid-ul-Adha holiday.
Hundreds of other pilgrims are hurt in the deadliest Hajj incident in a quarter-century.
Sixty-four people drowned after their crowded boat sank on Sept. 3.
Four of the suspects are ethnic Uyhgurs, Malaysian police say.
The Pakatan Harapan (Alliance of Hope) replaces the collapsed Pakatan Rakyat (People’s Pact) alliance.
The foreigners want to train with illegal militant groups in Indonesia, counter-terrorism officials say.
Other investigations are underway in Switzerland, Singapore, Hong Kong, Britain and the United Arab Emirates.
1.3 million tourists visited the region in 2014.
Indonesian soldiers and policemen have allegedly shot and killed eight civilians since last December.
Police are investigating whether Sanatan Sanstha had a role in the deaths of three critics of Hindu fundamentalism.
The two victims’ headless bodies were found in their plantations in Central Sulawesi.
Earlier, the military rulers had announced a possible general election for next September.
Opponents will try to persuade a local court to overturn the recent ban.
Newspaperman Pravit Rojanaphruk signs a document barring him from leading, participating or assisting in “anti-coup activities.”
Media groups call for Pravit Rojanaphruk’s immediate release.
The investigation into the attack has now touched at least five countries.
Security personnel who carried out an operation in 2002-03 are no longer immune from prosecution.
The coordinated blasts that targeted commuter trains marked India’s second deadliest terrorist attack.
One suspect is the alleged acting chief of Ansarullah Bangla Team, police say.
Muhammad Wanndy Mohamad Jedi brands those afraid to die for jihad as cowards.