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Update: Fri, May 26 2017    

#PrayForJakarta, #KamiTidakTakut trend worldwide following bomb blast

Netizens in Jakarta and overseas have expressed shock at Wednesday evening’s bomb attack near the bus station at Kampung Melayu in East Jakarta, and many have been conveying their sympathies.

US warship sails near South China Sea reef claimed by Beijing

WASHINGTON - A US warship sailed near a reef claimed by Beijing in the South China Sea on Thursday, a US official said, the first such operation by US President Donald Trump's administration in the disputed waterway.

Philippine troops battle Islamist militants in city

MARAWI, Philippines - Philippine troops aboard helicopters and in armoured tanks battled Islamist militants inside a southern city on Thursday, as reports emerged of the gunmen murdering civilians.

Jakarta shocked by deadly bombings days before Ramadhan

Only hours before Jakartans looked forward to enjoying the Ascension of Jesus Christ public holiday, a twin bomb attack struck the Kampung Melayu Transjakarta bus terminal on Wednesday night.

UK police make 7th arrest in Manchester terror probe

MANCHESTER, United Kingdom - British police arrested a seventh person Wednesday in connection with the massacre at a Manchester pop concert that left 22 people dead.

Two blasts at bus terminal in Indonesian capital, casualties: police

JAKARTA - Two blasts rocked a bus terminal in the Indonesian capital Jakarta on Wednesday and caused casualties, police said.

Manchester terror attack: The victims

London - At least 22 people died in Monday night's bombing attack on a Manchester pop concert, including an eight-year-old girl and several parents who had come to pick up their children.

UN urges Malaysia to investigate disappearance cases of religious community workers

UN Human Rights Office for South-East Asia expressed serious concern regarding the recent disappearances of community workers; Amri Che Mat and Raymond Keng Joo Koh, and urged Malaysian authorities to urgently investigate the abductions of the two men associated with religious minority groups.

Malaysian student witnesses blast just rows away from his seat

Petaling Jaya - The lights at the Manchester Arena were gradually being turned on as Ariana Grande wrapped up the concert with Dangerous Woman.

Duterte vows 'harsh' martial law in southern Philippines

Manila - Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte warned Wednesday that martial law would be "harsh" and like a dictatorship, after imposing military rule in the south of the country to combat Islamist militants.

Salman Abedi: Student dropout turned suicide bomber

MANCHESTER, United Kingdom - Salman Abedi, the suicide bomber who killed 22 people in an attack on a pop concert in Manchester, was a business student who dropped out of university.

Duterte: Martial law in southern Philippines could last a year

MANILA - Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte said Wednesday martial law in the southern region of Mindanao could last a year, as he vowed it would be similar to the late Ferdinand Marcos's dictatorship.

Refugees on border learning job skills

INTERNATIONAL non-government groups have been providing technical and vocational skills to refugees on the Thai-Myanmar border to prepare for their return home.

US gives patrol boats to Vietnam

THE UNITED STATES handed over six patrol boats to the Vietnamese coastguard in the central Quang Nam province, marking a step in expanding security cooperation between the two countries amid tensions in the South China Sea. 

Updated: 22 killed in terror blast at UK pop concert

MANCHESTER, United Kingdom - Twenty-two people, including children, were killed and dozens injured when a man detonated a bomb at a pop concert by US star Ariana Grande, in Britain's deadliest terror attack in 12 years.

Myanmar army clears itself of Rohingya atrocity claims

YANGON - Myanmar's army on Tuesday cleared itself of allegations that troops may have carried out ethnic cleansing of Rohingya Muslims, but said a soldier had been jailed for taking a motorbike.

Panic for parents and children at UK pop concert attack

MANCHESTER, United Kingdom - Youthful fans who were at US pop star Ariana Grande's concert in Manchester and parents waiting for their children outside described scenes of panic after an explosion ripped through the foyer on Monday night.

Indonesian men to be caned for gay sex

BANDA ACEH, Indonesia - Two Indonesian men will Tuesday be publicly caned for having sex, in a first for the Muslim-majority country where there are concerns over mounting hostility towards the small gay community.

Manchester terror attack: What we know

MANCHESTER, United Kingdom - Nineteen people died in a suspected terror attack at a pop concert in the British city of Manchester late Monday.

An idea from Latin America

The Thai government has allowed foreign universities and vocational academies to set up facilities in the Eastern Economic Corridor to teach and train Thais in areas where there are manpower shortages. The initiative, which would bypass the Education Ministry’s bureaucracy,  is a model which is already widely practised in Latin America.