1. South East Asia: Bangkok, Singapore and Bali

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    Video caption: Monty Don visits the world's 80 most inspiring gardens, this time in south east Asia.

    Monty Don visits the world's 80 most inspiring gardens, this time in south east Asia, on a quest for the real tropical garden.

  2. Indonesia

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    Video caption: In Indonesia, Simon encounters paradise islands undiscovered by tourists.

    Documentary series in which Simon Reeve travels around the Equator. In Indonesia he encounters paradise islands undiscovered by tourists and an environment under threat.

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    Video caption: Inside the Indonesian cave where oldest animal art was found

    The BBC was given rare access to film the 45,500-year-old images found on an Indonesian island.

  4. Indonesia regrets assault on Nigerian diplomat

    Chris Ewokor

    BBC News, Abuja

    Screengrab from footage of assault
    Image caption: Abdulrahman Ibrahim repeatedly shouted "I can't breathe" as his head was forced against a car seat

    The Indonesian government has expressed regret over the incident in which some of its immigration officials were filmed assaulting a Nigerian diplomat in Jakarta.

    Footage circulating on social media showed Abdulrahman Ibrahim, a consular officer based in the Indonesian capital, being held down in a vehicle by several men.

    Nigeria called it "an egregious act of international delinquency by the Indonesian state".

    A statement by the Indonesian foreign ministry - made available to journalists in Nigeria's capital, Abuja - said what happened on 7 August was an isolated incident and that it did not affect Jakarta’s commitment to carry out its obligations as a host country to diplomats.

    The assault sparked outrage in Nigeria, with the government demanding punishment for the immigration officials.

    Nigeria has subsequently threatened to review its bilateral ties with the south-east Asian nation.

  5. 'I can't breathe': Indonesia detains Nigeria diplomat

    Chris Ewokor

    BBC News, Abuja

    The Nigerian diplomat's head being pushed down in a vehicle in Indonesia
    Image caption: Between yells of protest, the diplomat said: “I can’t breathe”

    The Nigerian government has condemned an assault on one of its diplomats in Indonesia.

    It wrote a protest letter to the Indonesian government after a video began circulating on social media showing the man shouting and being held down in a vehicle by several men.

    Those manhandling the diplomat were Indonesian immigration officials, Nigeria’s foreign ministry said in a statement.

    One of the officials, who was wearing a face mask, put his hand on the diplomat’s head and pushed it back against a seat.

    Between yells of protest, the diplomat repeated: “I can’t breathe.”

    Later in the one-minute-and-30-second clip he said,” My neck, my neck.”

    The diplomat was detained on a street in the Indonesian capital, Jakarta.

    Nigeria's foreign ministry said the mistreatment was “against international law and the Vienna Conventions governing diplomatic and consular relations between states”.

    Indonesia's envoy to Nigeria was summoned on Monday over the incident and apologised on behalf of his government, the foreign ministry said.

    Immigration officials had also apologised to Nigeria’s ambassador to Indonesia, it said.

    In 2015, the Indonesian government executed two Nigerians by firing squad for alleged drug offences.

    The Nigerian Foreign Ministry said the executions were carried out despite persistent pleas for clemency from the government and parliament.

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