Almost 300 crocodiles were beaten to death by villagers in Indonesia.
Authorities suspect a Islamist State-inspired group of being behind the attack although there was no immediate claim of responsibility.
A boat carrying 76 Rohingya refugees fleeing persecution in Myanmar has arrived in Indonesia. Rights group fear more members of the Muslim minority will attempt the dangerous sea-crossing.
Bali volcano spews ash night and day in spectacular timelapse
As Mount Agung smoulders, Bali residents fear a negative impact on local industry.
Bali’s international airport is to reopen after being closed for three days after ash from Mount Agung grounded planes.
Indonesia’s President Joko
It comes as thousands of tourists are stranded at Bali’s airport, closed for a second day because of the eruption.
The volcano threatening to erupt in Bali, has forced the island's main airport to shut down a second day stranding tens of thousands of tourists.
Thousands of people have been evacuated from around Mount Agung amid fears of an "imminent" eruption
Bali's Mount Agung: thousands of residents ordered to evacuate and hundreds of flights cancelled amid fears of a major eruption
Dozens of flights cancelled to and from the Indonesian island as a thick ash cloud towers into the sky.
The whales were part of a group of ten mammals that beached in Ujong Kareng
Fiji, the first small island state to preside the talks, is on the frontline of climate change
Mount Sinabung has been active since 2013
130,000 people on the Indonesian island of Bali are now in makeshift evacuation centres
Mount Agung has been spewing white smoke and sending tremors through the surrounding area, causing authorities to recommend evacuation.
Bali's rumbling volcano has sparked travel warnings from Britain, Australia and Singapore
Muslims from around the world have been celebrating the feast of the sacrifice, or Eid al-Adha.
More than 70 roof-tile workers representing over 30 factories participated in a bodybuilding contest as part of Indonesia Independence day in
The Indonesian authorities blocked access to the platform saying many forums were "full of radical and terrorist propaganda".
More than 200 million of Muslims in Indonesia have started fasting on the first day of the holy month of Ramadan.
Police in Jakarta say twin blasts have killed at least three of their officers and injured ten people. National Police spokesman Setyo Wasisto
Two men yesterday were caned by religious police in Indonesia for gay sex.
LGBT community in Indonesia face growing prejudice
Following her emergency rescue on April 29 from a village in the central Indonesian island of Kalimantan, the albino orangutan is recovering at the Borneo Orangutan Survival (BOS) Foundation’s Orangut