Global - BERITA TERKINI
A glimpse of Australia's Manus Island refugee prison
Nearly 1,000 men have been locked up in a detention camp in Papa New Guinea since they tried to reach Australia by boat.
UNICEF sounds Nepal warning as harsh winter looms
Government blames "Indian blockade" for shortages in country hit by devastating earthquake earlier this year.
Lebanese army and al-Nusra Front conduct prisoner swap
Qatari-brokered deal secures release of 16 Lebanese security officers seized by Syrian group in exchange for 13 people.
UK plan to strike ISIL in Syria divides MPs
Opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn has allowed Labour MPs to vote for strikes against ISIL despite personal opposition.
Remembering Moneem Gharsalli: 'He died for Tunisia'
Moneem Gharsalli, a captain in the Tunisian National Guard, was killed by ISIL-affiliated fighters in June.
Could downed warplane contain Russian aggression?
Turkey is once again becoming a significant player in the West.
What Putin is really after
Moscow's intervention in Syria is driven by realism, but the pilot's death brings domestic factors into the equation.
Marking World AIDS Day
The global response to HIV/AIDS has prevented 30 million new HIV infections and nearly eight million deaths since 2000.
Inside the Nigerian city targeted by Boko Haram
Residents of the northeastern city Yola recall the most recent bombing and ask if anywhere is safe from Boko Haram.
Burkina Faso elects new leader in historic vote
Former PM is second civilian to become president of West African nation after almost three decades of one-man rule.