Indonesia names six armed terrorist groups in Papua World

Indonesia names six armed terrorist groups in Papua

Indonesian police have determined six armed separatist terrorist groups actively operating in Papua province’s mountainous areas, as military and police personnel intensify law enforcement operations against them.
Two terrorist suspects shot dead in Indonesia World

Two terrorist suspects shot dead in Indonesia

Indonesian police on January 6 arrested 20 terrorist suspects who have alleged ties with the extremist group Jamaah Ansharut Daulah (JAD) linked to the Islamic State group in South Sulawesi province's capital of Makassar.
Indonesian police arrest six terror suspects World

Indonesian police arrest six terror suspects

The Indonesia police anti-terror squad recently arrested six terror suspects in Lampung, West Sumatra and Riau Islands, Xinhua News Agency reported on November 8, citing police sources.
Indonesian police seize 821kg of crystal meth ASEAN

Indonesian police seize 821kg of crystal meth

A special task force of the Indonesian National Police's Crime Investigation Department (Bareskrim) on May 23 confiscated 821 kilogrammes of crystal methamphetamine in Serang city, Banten province.
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Indonesian police smash plot to plant bomb in mosque

Police of Indonesia’s Central Kalimantan province have arrested a terror suspect, who had placed a homemade bomb inside the Nurul Yaqin Mosque, Kuala Pembuang, Pembuang Hilir, Indonesia’s Antara news agency reported.
Indonesia to deploy 47,000 security personnel for election dispute World

Indonesia to deploy 47,000 security personnel for election dispute

As many as 47,000 personnel from the Indonesian police, military and administration are mobilised to secure important landmarks across Jakarta on June 27 when the Constitutional Court (MK) is scheduled to announce its ruling on the presidential election dispute case.
Indonesian police reveal broader plot behind protests World

Indonesian police reveal broader plot behind protests

The Indonesian police on May 27 revealed a broader plot behind protests that turned violent in Jakarta last week, after the General Election Commission announced the final results of presidential and parliament election 2019.