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  • Song contest winner's uncle among dead in Deep South attacks

  • Malaysia to execute drug mules despite Iran threats

  • Philippines authorities brace for violence during elections

  • Malaysia climbs to 6th in World Bank business report

  • Narathiwat explosion kills 3 police

  • Security tightened in Deep South for Tak Bai anniversary

  • Indonesia Home Minister draws criticism for calling FPI 'asset'

  • Burma makes biggest heroin bust this year

  • Medan hosts ASEAN corruption conference

  • Four SE Asian countries open new routes to promote connectivity

  • Philippines' Aquino confident of securing peace with MILF by 2016

  • Indonesia police arrest two for assisting illegal migrants

  • Thai court acquits nightclub owner in deadly 2009 inferno

  • Indonesia's Detachment 88 arrests terror suspect in Bima

  • Malaysia's Najib says Christians in Borneo can use "Allah"

  • Communist rebels kill nine Philippine soldiers in ambushes

  • Malaysia's Najib goes unopposed in party polls

  • Philippines sultan behind Sabah occupation dies

  • Soldiers, journalists among 13 injured in Deep South blasts

  • Indonesian police kill suspected militant, arrest 2

  • Thailand says BRN must find cause of violence before talks proceed

  • Study: India has half of world's slaves; Bangladesh and Thailand also in top ten

  • One missing, no deaths reported in Phuket blaze

  • Bomb blasts continue in Burma, killing one

  • Muslims throughout Southeast Asia celebrate Idul Adha

  • Philippines quake toll hits 142, more feared dead

  • Burma says explosions aimed at destabilising reforms, peace talks

  • Security forces kill three insurgents in Pattani

  • Indonesia, South Korea sign $4 billion in trade deals

  • Malaysia court denies Catholic newspaper right to use "Allah"

  • FPI driver charged in July death of Sukorejo woman

  • Deep South peace talks postponed indefinitely

  • Two tonnes of illegal ivory seized in Vietnam after bypassing Malaysia

  • FPI shutters Ahmadiyah mosque in West Java

  • Fugitive Muslim leader charged over Philippine siege

  • Teacher killed, ATMs bombed in widespread Deep South violence

  • Locals surrender homemade firearms at authorities' urging

  • Malaysia settles with politicians for wrongful jailing

  • Dozens arrested after Burma unrest: state media

  • Leading militant among six dead in Narathiwat shootout

  • No plan to push Sabah Muslims into becoming Malay

  • Police raid home of Philippine rebel leader

  • Grenade explodes in Bali, kills two teens

  • Indonesia celebrates culture on National Batik Day

  • BRN requests to change negotiators for Deep South peace talks

  • Four soldiers killed, three civilians wounded in Yala blast

  • Burmese Muslims urge government to improve security

  • Suspected Narathiwat train bomber killed in Ruseo raid

  • Two more rebel groups seek to join Deep South talks

  • Philippines celebrates first Miss World winner

  • Malaysia PM makes impassioned appeal for moderate Islam


Indonesia has recently moved to increase the military's involvement in antiterrorism efforts. Do you approve of the military's expanded role?

Photo Essay

Typhoon Haiyan survivors prepare to board Australian and US C-130 aircraft departing storm-ravaged Tacloban on November 18th. [Photo courtesy of US Marines]

Super Typhoon Haiyan: Filipinos, allies fight to restore region