A pair of siblings from Aceh Province, who went missing in the December 2004 tsunami and were separated afterwards, reunite with their birth parents nearly 10 years later.
James Foley's killers have done Islam much harm, Muslim leaders say.
Authorities thwart a locally-hatched, ISIL-inspired plot to bomb bars, nightspots and Carlsberg's Malaysian brewery.
Senior citizens receive gifts and free medical services at Narathiwat ceremony.
Indonesian president denounces extremist group as "out of control"; government officials, religious leaders call for international condemnation of ISIL.
Many members of Jamaah Ansharut Tauhid (JAT) have rejected the Middle Eastern group.
The influential Indonesian group rules Muslim girls and women should not combine a tight blouse and head scarf.
The fair at Prince of Songkla University is a not-to-be-missed annual highlight.
The outgoing president urges Indonesians to safeguard national unity, in a speech commemorating the country's sixty-ninth birthday.
Religious leaders encourage youths to view jihadist recruitment propaganda with intelligence and scepticism.
Prabowo supporters and security officials agree that peaceful protest is vital to the democratic process.
The Living Unity in Diversity board game rewards players who appreciate religious and ethnic differences.
Volunteers from around the world have helped with facilities, instruction and even dental care.
The talking head in ISIL's propaganda video, Bahrumsyah (a.k.a. Abu Muhammad al-Indonesi), has ties to the Eastern Indonesia Mujahideen (MIT) and its leader, Santoso.
Scores of incarcerated radicals are being concentrated at one facility, where they will enter a de-radicalisation programme.
Service allows for investment while still obeying sharia.
Indonesia warns its nationals that those who support the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) could lose their citizenship.
In southern Thailand, locals celebrate Idul Fitri with local traditions of duck catching contests and canal races that strengthen community and keep kids from violence.
BNPT and media sign MoU of professional standards to respectively fight terror and cover it more effectively.
Online poll lets regular people vote for potential cabinet members and share opinions directly with the president-elect.
Syrians and Iraqis cite many examples of ISIL's barbarism toward residents of towns within its self-declared "caliphate".
South and Southeast Asian Muslims unite against ISIL's persecution of Iraq's minority religious communities.
Education is being gutted and women forced into "sex jihad" in ISIL-controlled areas, residents say.
Indonesia's tradition of moderate, tolerant Islam is under threat by hard-line groups who are imposing their conservative views on others and intimidating religious minorities.