Global - BERITA TERKINI
US veteran charged with terrorism for killing black man
Police say James Jackson 'prowled the streets of New York for three days in search of a black person to assassinate'.
Cyclone Debbie lashes Whitsunday Islands, cutting power
High winds and heavy rainfall batter resorts along Great barrier Reef, with some damage reported.
Jared Kushner to be questioned over ties to Russia
Jared Kushner met Russian ambassador and executives of Russian state development bank during 2016 election campaign.
US-backed Syria forces resume fighting near Tabqa dam
SDF says Taqba dam is not damaged and fighting will resume, but monitor casts doubt on whether engineers inspected site.
French Guiana paralysed by general strike
Protests over crime rates and cost of living have propelled overseas territory into spotlight of French elections.
US leads boycott of UN talks on nuclear weapons ban
UN General Assembly begins negotiations on prohibiting weapons, but without any nuclear-capable states in attendance.
UN: Six aid workers killed in an ambush in South Sudan
It is highest number of humanitarian workers killed in one incident since South Sudan descended into conflict in 2013.
Can OPEC still control the oil market?
Cartel members are debating whether to extend a deal to reduce output.
Greece: Asylum seeking man found hanged at Piraeus port
Man carrying asylum application papers found dead close to a passenger ferry terminal in Greece's biggest port.
London gives N Ireland more time for power-sharing deal
Northern Ireland parties have "short window of opportunity" to avoid suspension of self-rule despite expired deadline.