Indonesia's blend of Islam and democratic values is the key to its future, the country's president says.
Defence contends that Umar Patek was not part of the Bali terror plot, although he admits to manufacturing the explosives used.
The "godfather" of terror attacks in Indonesia has managed to avoid the heavy penalties borne by his disciples. With Monday's ruling, however, he faces 15 years behind bars.
Malaysia's volunteer programmes are giving regular citizens a chance to help police and improve the country.
Ethnic Malay Muslims in insurgent-hit areas of southern Thailand welcome an offer from the Malaysian prime minister to help bring about a peaceful solution.
Indonesia has caught the Facebook bug and is now number three in the world in terms of using this social media platform.
In the days before attempting to carry out bomb attacks in Thailand's capital, three of the suspects allegedly partied with sex workers in the resort town of Pattaya.
Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razik rejects insurgents' demands for a separate state and says his country is ready to assist in finding a peaceful solution.
Prosecutors hope Umar Patek will provide valuable information on Jemaaah Islamiyah and other terrorist networks active in Southeast Asia.
A Malaysian think tank is rated 16th best in Asia.
The late al-Qaeda leader's wishes for his children were in stark contrast to his ideology of violent extremism.
Jakarta's residents hit the streets to protest violent tactics used by Islamic Defenders Front.
Botched bombings in Thailand appear to point back to Iran, though Tehran denies any role.
By Grace Chen for Khabar Southeast Asia in Kuala Lumpur
With a succession of key figures killed in recent days, the terror network is losing cohesion.
Male-female interactions are strictly limited under Shariah law, applied in the western province since 2003.
Death is at stake as social media users defend and denounce a Saudi journalist who tweeted about the Prophet Muhammad.
Ladang Bukit Jalil Tamil School has a new building and more students despite a lack of funding and the social challenges its student body faces.
As 10 extremists are sentenced in the country's first mosque bombing, a think tank warns of the links between vigilantism and violent jihadism.
Drug smuggling and substance abuse continue to plague Indonesia despite stiff sentences levied against offenders.
The number of international visitors continues to burgeon across both South Asia and Southeast Asia.
Don't allow homecoming extremists to import their brand of jihad from Syria, cleric warns.