Indonesia police crack down on terrorism World

Indonesia police crack down on terrorism

Indonesia's counterterrorism Unit Densus 88 recently arrested a suspect alleged to have link with regional and global terrorism network, the local media on November 17 quoted the National Police’s spokesman Argo Yuwono as saying.
Indonesia marks 2002 Bali bombings anniversary World

Indonesia marks 2002 Bali bombings anniversary

Dozens of mourners on October 12 attended a memorial service for the victims of the Bali bombings that killed more than 200 people on the Indonesian resort island in 2002 to mark the 17th anniversary of the attack.
Indonesia: Five more IS-linked suspects captured World

Indonesia: Five more IS-linked suspects captured

Five terrorists were arrested by Indonesia’s Densus 88 counter-terrorism squad on October 2 for allegedly involving in the Eastern Indonesia Mujahideen (MIT), a militant group linked to the self-claimed Islamic State (IS).
More efforts needed to clear bombs Society

More efforts needed to clear bombs

Vietnam has put a lot of efforts into removing explosives remnants of war (ERW), but the issue is still a great challenge for the country, a high-ranking army officer has said.
Vietnam, US boost people-to-people exchange Society

Vietnam, US boost people-to-people exchange

The Vietnam – US Society (VUS) and Peace Trees Vietnam (PTVN) held a gathering in Hanoi on September 16 with Vietnamese and American war veterans, on the occasion of the 74th anniversary of National Day (September 2) and the VUS (October 17), and the 25th anniversary of the normalisation of the Vietnam – US ties.
Unexploded firebomb discovered in central Bangkok World

Unexploded firebomb discovered in central Bangkok

Thai authorities recovered an unexploded firebomb at a market in central Bangkok on August 7 in what they said was a device left over from coordinated attacks last week that wounded four people.
Thai police identify suspects of Bangkok bombing, arson World

Thai police identify suspects of Bangkok bombing, arson

Thai police have identified all suspects of the bombing and arson attacks in Bangkok on August 2 and are seeking arrest warrants for them, according to Pol. Lt. Gen. Suwat Chaengyotsuk, an assistant to the national police chief.
Renovation plans proposed for old church Society

Renovation plans proposed for old church

The Relics Preservation Institute, after examining 134-year-old Bui Chu Church in Nam Dinh, has proposed two possible renovation plans to the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism.