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  • Thai leader oversees drug burning

  • Insurgents kill two defence volunteers in Deep South

  • Thailand to destroy almost 3 tonnes of illegal drugs

  • Thai separatist gets life sentence

  • Vietnam jails six for human smuggling

  • Police say potential witness in Philippines massacre was murdered

  • Umar Patek won't appeal sentence

  • Indonesians held for violent anti-Malaysia protests

  • Maoists burn six vehicles in Bihar

  • Clashes ensue after fire guts Muslim shrine in Kashmir

  • Burma, Bangladesh leaders 'to discuss Rohingya'

  • Suu Kyi wraps up European tour in France

  • Indonesia website takes aim at corrupt officials

  • Roadside bomb injures 14 in Thai south

  • Malaysia court orders Iranian extradited over Bangkok blast

  • Philippines investigates human trafficking to Syria

  • Chinese ship 'accidentally rams' Philippines boat

  • LeT may target Hindu festival: Home Ministry

  • Vietnam claims Paracel, Spratly Islands

  • Thai police arrest 19 North Korean refugees

  • Official: Terror suspects raised billions through Internet hacking

  • Terrorist assets seized in Medan

  • Boat carrying 200 asylum seekers capsizes

  • Two wounded in Narathiwat bombing

  • Philippines seizes illegal China-bound ore

  • Ten killed in Indonesia military plane crash

  • Umar Patek sentenced to 20 years in prison

  • Three dead in new Burma clashes

  • Death sentence in Burma murder case

  • 58 missing after Indonesia boat accident

  • Emergency decree extended in Thai Deep South

  • Haze returns to Malaysia

  • Alleged Bangkok bus shooter nabbed

  • Philippines pulls vessels from disputed shoal

  • Philippines rebels ready to resume peace talks

  • Indonesian jailed for Prophet Mohammed cartoons

  • Flooding spread in Thai province

  • Rohingya Muslims in Malaysia protest violence in Burma

  • Two killed on public bus in Bangkok

  • Experts: Internet sales have led to explosion of fake drugs

  • China to hold naval drill in western Pacific

  • Suu Kyi on landmark European tour

  • Seven dead in Philippines ferry sinking

  • Two suspected drug dealers held in Thailand

  • UN envoy visits strife-torn western Burma

  • Four hurt in Narathiwat bomb ambush

  • Philippines studying military accord with Singapore

  • Sri Lanka, Nepal no longer on UN "List of Shame"

  • Malaysia policeman jailed over custodial death

  • Bangkok chemical attacker arrested

  • Six injured in Pattani grenade attack

  • Strife-hit Burma state under emergency rule

  • Muslim rebel leader optimistic over Philippines deal

  • Thai court jails banker who helped spark Asia crisis

  • Army's role may be reduced in Burmese parliament

  • Malaysian navy saves 26 shipwreck survivors

  • Thousands evacuated as flood hits Thailand

  • Malaysian arrested for drug trafficking in Bangkok

  • Burma investigating Muslim killings

  • Gunmen kill two in Narathiwat

  • Maoists behead five villagers in Bihar

  • Philippines faces money-laundering blacklist

  • Suu Kyi tries to defuse sectarian strife in western Burma

  • Proposed Sharia law in Tasikmalaya stirs controversy

  • Thai customs officials detain Ghanaian smuggling 'ice'

  • Two Chinese kidnapped in the Philippines: military

  • West Java city to require headscarves

  • Pattani village chief shot dead

  • Philippines, China pull ships back at Scarborough Shoal: Manila

  • Prosecution rejects Patek's leniency plea

  • Reconcile or face 'cycle of violence': Yingluck

  • Sectarian tension flares in western Burma

  • No casualties in co-ordinated attacks in Pattani

  • Two more Chinese vessels arrive at Scarborough Shoal

  • Philippine massacre witness dismembered: lawyer

  • Indonesian airliner carrying 163 skids off runway

  • 5.8 earthquake panics Indonesian town

  • Burma censorship enforcer to step down

  • Suu Kyi urges 'healthy scepticism' over Burma reform

  • Activist radio host reported missing on Borneo



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Photo Essay

A mother washes her daughter's hair with rice straw ashes in Pabuaran, Central Java, one day before Ramadan. It is a tradition said to cleanse heart and mind. [Andhika Bhakti/Khabar]

Ramadan: a time of reflection and togetherness

The month of fasting brings families and communities together for many special activities expressing tolerance, forbearance, creativity, charity and faith.