A deal to boost global trade has been approved by the World Trade Organisation in a move that could be worth £1 billion a year to British businesses.
WTO agreement would help the poorest nations, though campaigners remain cautious
Treatment of the month
Sandiford says she was forced to transport drugs to protect her children
A plane carrying more than 100 passengers missed the runway and plunged into the sea on the Indonesian resort island of Bali.
William Hague argued that the death penalty is 'unwarranted'
Indonesia has signalled its intention to resume state executions
The Government has been accused of breaching the "fundamental rights" of a British grandmother sentenced to death in Indonesia for drug smuggling by refusing to pay for legal representation as she battles for her life.
I find it very hard being a working mother Not being a mother, but being a working mother. But I love working and I love being a mum. I'm the kind of person who will still do the things that others might get someone else to do: I want my kids to see me putting the breakfast on the table and doing their laundry. So I do tire myself out that way.
Indonesian police called Umar Patek "Demolition Man", such was his alleged bomb-making expertise. Yesterday Mr Patek went on trial charged with a string of terrorism-related offences, including assembling the explosives used to blow up two Bali nightclubs in 2002.
Umar Patek tells police how he used household items to make 1,500lb device that killed 202
The Indonesian cleric and spiritual leader of the Islamist militants behind the 2002 Bali bombings has been jailed for 15 years for his support of a militant training camp.
There's a buzz about Lombok, says <b>Iain Stewart</b>, as hip hotels and spas combine with dramatic scenery to offer an alternative to Bali
As cricketers from across the globe do battle in the IPL, a home-grown revolution is happening 3,000 miles away. Easter sees the 15th staging of the Bali International Sixes. Its motto is ‘Developing Cricket for Indonesians’ and for the first time in its history, Indonesian teams outnumber their ex-pat and visiting counterparts.
Rare photographs and footage of traditional Balinese dances from the 1930s go on show tomorrow at the Horniman Museum in London.