Zero deaths, zero discrimination, and zero infections: student activists have clear goals for combating HIV/AIDS in Indonesia.
Thought to cure HIV, cancer and impotency, a rare northeastern Indian species is being trapped and trafficked to Southeast Asia.
Muslims and non-Muslims in Pattani alike came out to mark the holiday and participate in an annual cooking competition.
If radical groups are using the Internet to recruit and incite, so can the messengers of peace.
Intolerance among youth and erroneous notions of jihad are driving an alarming trend, says a local NGO that is seeking to combat the problem.
In Indonesia, urban artists celebrate art, address social issues, or share a laugh on roadside canvases-- the public wall.
People in Bali have played ceki for hundreds of years, but the game has come under attack because of its association with betting. Organisers of Bali's first ceki tournament are hoping to change its image.
The terror network has deep Islamist roots – and a training camp in East Java, authorities and experts say.
Malaysia is planning a new race track to promote motorsports. Supporters hope it will also curb illegal street racing.
A tourney in Malaysia gave talents from the Deep South to shine, while also providing an opportunity for discussions about the upcoming ASEAN Economic Community.
While acknowledging that much more needs to be done, the Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) insists a significant milestone has been achieved.
Kampung Bugis is one of many Muslim villages in Bali with deep roots and a proud history of peaceful interfaith co-existence.
Unaware where the guns would end up, the officers supplemented their police salaries by selling warehoused weapons.
Student activists are reaching out to other young people, equipping them with knowledge to make good choices, and urging compassion towards those suffering with HIV/AIDS.
The North Kalimantan Province is expected to boost democracy, development and security in the area.
The Darul Akhfiyah Islamic Boarding School in Nganjuk, East Java has been shut down and its leader is in jail. Was it guilty of training terrorists or only of bad community relations?
After 30 years of isolation and conflict, Aceh is opening its doors to tourists, offering itself as a unique destination for Southeast Asian Muslims.
With growers concerned about their livelihoods, the industry is searching for solutions.
Dogged by suspicion and financial hardship, a former JI and NII member now supports deradicalisation efforts in Indonesia.
Local children are forced to put learning on hold as schools grapple with the latest outbreak of insurgent violence directed against them.
A convicted terrorist's decision to escape by donning women's garb is "embarrassing" and disrespectful to Islam, scholars say. It has also led to new screening rules at prisons where militants are incarcerated.
Internet entrepreneurs are helping Indonesia grow its GDP. According to one young online salesman, the opportunities are unlimited.
Dressed in Islamic-inspired garb, students of a Satun school impressed crowds during a competition with an anti-drug message.
Some fans of the sector say Indonesia could reach its goal of becoming fashion king of the Muslim world well before the government-set goal of 2020.
Lawmakers of many countries pledge their commitment to religious tolerance and discuss how their institutions can promote it.
Don't allow homecoming extremists to import their brand of jihad from Syria, cleric warns.