Global - BERITA TERKINI
Mexico's drug war as seen through the eyes of children
Children's drawings depicting extreme violence and distrust of government forces reveal the impact of narco-culture.
Egypt: 25 killed by bomb blast at St Mark's Cathedral
Explosion during mass targeted worshippers near St Mark's Cathedral, the main Coptic church in central Cairo.
Winter Storm Caly brings snowfall to northern US
Extensive transport disruption reported due to winter storm and snowfall, with scores of flights cancelled in Portland.
Dakota Access Pipeline: Behind the 'media blackout'
We examine the issues behind the scant mainstream media coverage of the Standing Rock protest.
China: The vanguard of globalisation
As isolationism is sweeping through the West, China is to become the unlikely champion of globalisation.
Al-Shabab attack at Mogadishu port kills dozens
At least 29 people killed after car bomber struck a police complex and entrance of largest port in Somali capital.
Russian and Syrian forces drive ISIL out of Palmyra
Air raids reportedly kill hundreds of fighters and force withdrawal of group hours after it re-entered the ancient city.
The Nobel Interview: Juan Manuel Santos
As Colombia's president receives the 2016 Nobel Peace Prize, he discusses the FARC peace deal and challenges ahead.
Samoa's Rugby Super Women
Rugby player Tafale is caught between tradition and her Olympic dreams as she strives to make it onto the national team.
Hong Kong votes to elect panel to choose next leader
Polling under way to elect committee which will be responsible for choosing the city's next chief executive.