For terror groups, the Internet has become a useful tool to recruit would-be jihadists. The Indonesian authorities are doing their best to keep pace.
Muslims from around the region returned home to pay respect to their parents and observe the Eid al-Adha festival.
The gurdwara, the largest in Southeast Asia, offers a variety of services, as well as tranquillity and togetherness, to local Sikhs and people from other faiths.
The livestock trade is a good seasonal business ahead of the Islamic Day of Sacrifice, but health officials warn of the risk of infected meat.
An historic agreement brings hope for a lasting peace in the insurgency-scarred southern Philippines.
The case is significant as Indonesia works to "connect the dots" on terrorism funding.
Young volunteers are sharing their time and talents to help those less fortunate in Indonesia's second largest city.
Vendors say they cannot afford to miss work, despite threats from insurgents making dubious claims about the requirements of Islam.
The college-educated mother of two is accused of offering thousands of women to high-paying clients throughout Indonesia.
The Red Cross is co-producing a film that will help people in Indonesia recognise when natural disaster is imminent and prepare for when it strikes.
Students say Taliban are mistaken if they think they can scare girls away from school.
As insurgents escalate violence in Pattani in southern Thailand, residents and family members of the victims plead for an end to the bloodshed.
The terrorists who carried out Indonesia's worst-ever attacks failed to defeat freedom, tolerance and friendship, Indonesian and Australian leaders say a decade after the 2002 Bali bombings.
The first mosque with a methadone clinic is closing its service to addicts, a decision drawing mixed reactions from the community.
Students, government ministers and Indonesians of many faiths pause to praise their fourth president after his death.
Thailand's peaceful southernmost district is open for business and reaching out to its neighbours.
An annual fair co-sponsored by the OIC provides Muslim artisans, designers and small business owners with an opportunity to showcase their products.
In the second part of an exclusive interview, Indonesia's counterterrorism chief describes ways about how Indonesian law and prison facilities make his job tougher.
The latest terrorism-related arrests net some long-time militants with a grim new group name and deadlier bombs
Hosted by India, an art competition in Bali encourages students to embrace communal harmony.
As the anniversary of Indonesia's worst-ever terror attack approaches, survivors and relatives of victims say the planned commemoration will give them a chance to meet others who share their pain.
The event highlights national unity with colour and light at 1Malaysia Lantern Festival.
For 22 years, the Kartini School has been vital to many children in North Jakarta who don't have the opportunity to study at public schools.
Markets in the troubled region are planning to stay open on Friday, defying threats by insurgents.
Security sweeps yield more than a dozen suspects and several bomb caches after a series of stumbles by group members
According to religious leaders and locals, there is nothing in the Qur'an that says Muslims can't work on Fridays, as insurgents claim.
A daughter grieves for the father taken from her by a terrorist bomb while she was only a baby.
Religious schools in the East Java city move to combat extremist ideologies and misinterpretations of Islam.
A popular local chief in the insurgency-plagued region is using Thai folk arts to spread a message of peace and understanding to Thai Buddhists and ethnic Malay Muslims.
Don't allow homecoming extremists to import their brand of jihad from Syria, cleric warns.