University students represent the talent pool that will help build Indonesia's future, but extremists see them as potential recruits, two experts told Khabar.
No one has claimed responsibility for the attack that traumatized Najmudeen Uma's family, though police have detained a suspected local member of the Runda Kumpulan Kecil (RKK) separatist movement. Investigations are proceeding.
Besides helping the community and learning valuable problem-solving and other skills, participants also build friendships that transcend cultural and religious barriers.
"Juruh", or the ability to resist corruption, is key to the agency's long-term mission, a Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency commander told Khabar.
Two former associates of alleged Bali bomb maker Umar Patek testified that funds from al-Qaeda paid for the Mitsubishi used in the lethal 2002 attack.
Mines planted by suspected insurgents threaten the loss of a corn crop.
Jiang Hua's killing in Peshawar may be linked to the deaths of Muslims in China.
An Islamic studies expert details the situations that cause violent extremists to question their assumptions.
Suspects used travel agency airport privileges to sneak drugs through customs, authorities say.
Country urges vigilance but says business will go ahead as normal following an early morning blast that blew out windows and set cars ablaze.
Government, civil groups and leaders of Islamic organisations oppose the use of violence by Indonesia's FPI.
Ahead of the 2002 Bali bombing's 10th anniversary, Indonesian police killed five suspected militants who allegedly planned robberies around the island to fund terrorist acts.
Khabar Southeast Asia spoke with Malaysian maritime enforcement official Captain Ibrahim Mohamed about a recently foiled attempt to smuggle Pakistani migrants.
Emergency measures are now in effect for another three months as a result of recent violence in Thailand's volatile south, officials announced.
As ivory seizures reach an all-time high, attitudes about the illegal trade in elephant tusks are slowly changing in Malaysia.
Can soccer tame ethnic violence in prison? A new TV series raises the question.
Hendi Suhartono's slide into violent extremism garnered him a 12-year jail term, prompting sobs from a woman reported to be his mother.
Five years after its founding, the Young Muslims Project is giving Kuala Lumpur's youth a platform for discussion on faith and life.
The visiting Secretary General of the Organisation of Islamic Co-operation had sharp words for the Islamic Defenders' Front, an Indonesian group that has raised a furor with its strong-arm tactics.
A reduction in insurgent violence could mean a relaxation of emergency measures, according to the country's deputy prime minister.
At some point during his university days, Pepi Fernando's life took a dark turn.
At the first national fashion week in Indonesia, designers sought to fuse traditional textiles and styles with international flavour to a wider audience.
A UN narcotics report warns Indonesia and Thailand over spiralling ecstasy and meth abuse and production.
Don't allow homecoming extremists to import their brand of jihad from Syria, cleric warns.