Last week's wave of bombings that hit Thailand's tourist areas are likely to be linked to southern Malay separatist militants fighting south-east Asia's longest running war.
Jewel Topsfield Almost half of more than 2000 Australians surveyed view Indonesia unfavourably, according to a new report on relations between the two countries.
Lindsay Murdoch The Thai political party overthrown by the military in a 2014 coup has denied involvement in a wave of bombings across the country.
Nick Miller Red Cross boss laments growing gap between humanitarian needs and the response people receive.
Lindsay Murdoch Thai authorities also revealed that two small bombs were defused at Patong Beach on the island of Phuket.
Lindsay Murdoch At least four people have been killed in southern Thailand in 12 hours of terror.
Lindsay Murdoch Co-ordinated bombings rattle nerves in Thailand, as undeclared forces launch a violent challenge to the country's military junta.
Philip Wen China has labelled the government's decision to block the sale of Ausgrid on national security grounds as "absurd and almost comical".
Lindsay Murdoch Two bombs exploded in the upscale seaside resort town on Thursday evening.
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