During a visit by Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra, Thailand and India hammered out the final details on a crucial free-trade agreement.
Locals relish the feeling of community that prevailed during the celebrations, while questioning if the 1Malaysia policy is enough to restore the goodwill that once existed.
Transvestites find safety and freedom to practice their faith in a Qur'an study group in Yogyakarta.
Jihadists see the deadly potential in social media platforms – and the many young females who use them.
Amid rising levels of violence, a panel of government officials and experts discuss the state of security in the region.
Two Indonesians died from avian influenza in January, spurring health officials to remind local populations of the virus's continued threat.
At the inaugural conference of the Global Movement of Moderates, Malaysia’s PM urges moderates to "stand firm and stand proud"
Heavily armed police pack a festival presided by the Dalai Lama to deter Maoist insurgents in the area.
The first meeting of a group advocating international understanding hopes to shift the global paradigm towards cooperation.
A surprise ruling clears the way for Anwar Ibrahim to lead Malaysia's main opposition parties into the next election. Meanwhile, the Najib administration argues the verdict shows it has followed through on its pledges.
Christians in West Java celebrated another Christmas in private, their church still closed despite support from Indonesia's president and a Supreme Court ruling in their favour.
The annual summit between Japanese and Indian prime ministers adds economic and security concerns to existing investment agreements between the two Asian powers.
Can lawmakers overcome a political rift and finish the job before their term is up?
Don't allow homecoming extremists to import their brand of jihad from Syria, cleric warns.