President Rodrigo Duterte cannot do anything else with Mary Jane Veloso, who is still on death row in Indonesia, the Palace said.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will host 10 Southeast Asian leaders as guests of honour at India's Republic Day celebrations as New Delhi seeks to blunt China's influence in the region.
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The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) needs to beef up its disaster management efforts after the region was hammered by deadly storms that left a path of destruction in their wake, its new chief said Friday.
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President Rodrigo Duterte wants to intensify maritime security ties with Indonesia to stop terrorists from entering the country. Duterte relayed his wish to Indonesian Foreign Minister Retno Marsudi on Wednesday (January 3) during her…
Indonesia launched a new cyber security agency Wednesday as the world's biggest Muslim majority country moves to tackle online religious extremism and a flood of fake news on social media.
Cambodia sent its first batch of maids to work in Hong Kong on Wednesday as the Asian financial hub scrambles to meet growing demand for domestic helpers after a series of abuse scandals.
By Agence France-Presse Indonesia's biggest corruption trial in years was derailed Wednesday after its graft-charged parliament speaker Setya Novanto claimed a bout of diarrhoea had left him too ill to participate, prompting jeers from…
Malaysian police Wednesday questioned former leader Mahathir Mohamad, who is seeking to oust the government at looming polls, for allegedly insulting a seafaring ethnic group when he attacked the country's scandal-plagued premier.
Sen. Francis “Kiko” Pangilinan on Tuesday called for an independent expert review of the controversial new study which showed the dengue fever vaccine
An Indonesian city thought it was doing half a million citizens a good turn by making wireless internet free in government offices.
Indonesia's metalhead president received a thrash-worthy present from his Danish counterpart Wednesday.
The international airport on the resort island of Bali will be closed for a third day, Indonesian officials said Wednesday, as ash from a rumbling volcano poses a danger to planes.
The alert for a volcano belching huge plumes of smoke on Indonesia's resort island of Bali has been raised to the highest level, officials said Monday, with fears a significant eruption could be imminent.
The speaker of Indonesia's parliament, implicated in a $170 million corruption case, was in hospital Friday after a bizarre drama in which he claimed to have been injured in a car crash shortly after a failed raid on his palatial estate.
AFP spokesperson Maj. Gen. Restituto C. Padilla: Recruiter ng Maute-ISIS sangkot din sa Indonesia bombing
A powerful Malaysian royal family called Thursday for former prime minster Mahathir Mohamad to face a sedition probe for allegedly insulting an ethnic group from which they claim descent.
Countries faced with problems on illegal drugs are eyeing to replicate the Philippine National Police’s (PNP) “Oplan Tokhang” to address their problems on illegal substance abuse and trading.
Indonesia said Sunday its military chief had been refused entry to the United States and asked Washington for an explanation.
President Rodrigo Duterte supports the Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas' bid to host the International Basketball Federation (FIBA) World Cup in 2023, Malacanang said Saturday (October 21).
The joint air patrols to be conducted by the Philippines, Malaysia and Indonesia will boost the fight against terrorism in Southeast Asia, Malacañang said Saturday (October 14).
President Rodrigo Duterte may enjoy cozy relations with United States President Donald Trump, but he won't let his American counterpart call the shots on how the country should be run.
Indonesian police have detained 58 men including several foreigners in a raid on a gay sauna, an official said Saturday, the latest sign of a backlash against homosexuals in the Muslim-majority country.
Indonesia's notorious traffic congestion was on display for the world Thursday after the country's president was forced to walk two kilometres through the scorching heat to attend a military parade.
Brunei's all-powerful and fabulously wealthy sultan marked 50 years on the throne in lavish style Thursday, travelling in a gilded chariot through the streets and holding a tradition-filled ceremony at his golden-domed palace.