Malaysia investigates attack on Thai tanker ASEAN

Malaysia investigates attack on Thai tanker

The Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA) has formed a group to probe the pirate attack on a tanker carrying 3.8 million litres of diesel owned by a Thai company in waters off Kuantan, Malaysia on June 23.
Experts warn of terrorism threat in Singapore World

Experts warn of terrorism threat in Singapore

Supporters of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria have named Singapore as part of its “East Asia wilayah”, a move that analysts say could embolden foreign fighters to carry out attacks here.
No presence of IS in southern Thailand: Thai PM World

No presence of IS in southern Thailand: Thai PM

Thailand has found no signs of Islamic State (IS) militants or evidence of its involvement in recent attacks in the country’s southern region, said Thai Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha on May 31.
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.
Dozens of gunmen attack police post in southern Thailand World

Dozens of gunmen attack police post in southern Thailand

As many as 12 police officers were injured as dozens of gunmen on April 3 attacked a police post in Yala province in restive Muslim-majority southern Thailand. This was the largest attack in the area in many years, said Thai authorities.