Malaysia arrests six with links to IS World

Malaysia arrests six with links to IS

Malaysian authorities have arrested six of its citizens for suspected involvement in activities related to the self-claimed Islamic State (IS), announced Malaysian police on May 3.
Four Indonesians deported from Brunei for links with IS World

Four Indonesians deported from Brunei for links with IS

The Brunei Internal Security Department, in cooperation with intelligence and law enforcement agencies, detained and deported four Indonesians for their involvement in extremism and terrorism activities, local media reported on April 7.
Indonesia police arrests six alleged terrorists World

Indonesia police arrests six alleged terrorists

Indonesian police on March 10 said that the anti-terror squad Densus 88 arrested six alleged terrorists who were plotting attacks against police stations and banks in Tolitoli region of Central Sulawesi province.
Malaysia arrests seven terror suspects World

Malaysia arrests seven terror suspects

Malaysian police arrested six foreigners and one Malaysian for suspected links to terrorist groups, including the self-claimed Islamic State (IS), on March 5.
Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines cooperate to tackle IS World

Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines cooperate to tackle IS

Malaysia, Indonesia and the Philippines have agreed to establish a trilateral cooperation to fight activities and ideas of the self-claimed Islamic State (IS) in the region, said Malaysian Deputy Prime Minister Zahid Hamidi on January 26.
Malaysia arrests four IS-linked suspects ASEAN

Malaysia arrests four IS-linked suspects

Malaysia’s police on January 23 arrested four people, including three foreigners, who have connections with a branch in southern Philippines of the self-claimed Islamic State terrorist group.
Philippines arrests three IS-supported suspects World

Philippines arrests three IS-supported suspects

Philippine authorities said that the government forces on January 18 arrested three people in Cotabato province of Mindanao, in the southern of the Philippines, suspecting that they have supported the self-claimed Islamic State (IS).