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By Pia Ranada in Manila President Rodrigo Duterte has warned that he will fire more government personnel in "coming days". "In the coming days, I'm going...

By Ainur Rohmah in Jakarta Police will investigate the allegations made by a former head of an Indonesian anti-corruption body who has accused an ex-president...

Rappler's Evening wRap on President Duterte and the death penalty. By Mara Cepeda in Manila A proposed measure seeking to reimpose the death penalty in the...

By Lowen Sei The Solomon Islands police force is facing one of its biggest tests of legitimacy since the withdrawal of the Australian-led Regional Assistance...

Inside the Philippines "war on drugs" - Al Jazeera's The Stream programme. By David Robie in Manila Mounting calls for the Philippines president to be investigated...

ANALYSIS: By Dan McGarry Justice Richard Chetwynd acquitted the three men accused of intentional assault on Florence Lengkon on Friday, accepting the defence’s submission that...

Al Jazeera's Step Vaessen reporting from Jakarta on the international appeals to halt the Indonesian executions. Video: Al Jazeera on YouTube The Indonesian government has...

By Haeril Halim in Jakarta and Margareth S. Aritonang in Oslo As a third round of executions nears, Indonesia's President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo has commemorated...

Papua New Guinea's government has appointed retired judge Justice Warwick Andrew as Chair of the Commission of Inquiry established to investigate recent violence at...

OPINION: By Crispin C. Maslog in Manila Let me start by saying I was not your best fan during the elections. I normally do not...

The Philippines will need to wait for nearly all of the ballots to be transmitted to see whether former dictator Marcos's son Ferdinand "Bongbong"...

Al Jazeera's Jamela Alindogan reports on the Philippine army defending its operations against the armed Abu Sayyaf group in the south of the country...

Greenpeace New Zealand has called for the "linchpin" of New Zealand’s climate policy to be thrown out following a report released today that shows...

By Marian Wilkinson and Ali Russell It's the shadowy world of secret international finance and tax avoidance. "What we're looking at here is really a parallel...

By TJ Aumua The kidnapping and attack on a local Vanuatu female tourism manager, Florence Lengkon, has stirred strong criticism of violence against women in...

By Dan McGarry in Port Vila A brave local woman has come forward with a shocking story of out-of-control violence in Vanuatu. Bus and taxi drivers...

By Dan McGarry in Port Vila Angry ANZ customers have told the Vanuatu Daily Post that they have lost a total of more than 2...

By Nani Afrida in Jakarta Indonesia's National Commission on Human Rights (Komnas HAM) has taken a firm stance in formally opposing the government’s plan to...

By Thompson Marango in Port Vila Vanuatu's Commissioner of Police, John Taleo, has filed a constitutional case against the Police Service Commission over his suspension...

By Ellen Stolz in Suva Niine Fiji police officers charged in relation to the death of Vilikesa Soko after he had been in  custody in...

Report from SBS Indonesia's attorney-general has the funds and the will to wield the death penalty again, even though last year's record 14 executions failed...