Deposed former Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra (left), shown arriving with son Supasek on Wednesday (July 23rd) at Bangkok's Suvarnabhumi International Airport, ruled out self-exile to avoid possible criminal charges for abuse of power. [Pornchai Kittiwongsakul/AFP]
Muslims condemn divisive and anti-pluralist remarks by preacher Ja'far Umar Thalib.
Education is being gutted and women forced into "sex jihad" in ISIL-controlled areas, residents say.
The nation calls for punishment of those responsible for Flight MH17 missile
As candidate Prabowo Subianto walks out in protest, prominent leaders call on the rival camps to maintain calm and accept the electoral results peacefully.
Religious and civic leaders unite in pledge to fight social ills.
The loser has a big role to play in protecting democracy, by gracefully accepting the will of the majority, a university rector says.
Police, religious leaders warn Muslim vigilantes not to raid bars and other establishments serving alcohol, or to take the season of fasting to extremes against non-observant people.
Malaysia's decision to no longer let Iranians obtain visas upon landing, combined with international sanctions on Iran's nuclear programme, are having negative economic ripple effects.