My Sinchew/ IS

Don't make KL the next Jakarta

They often argue that ordinary preventive laws should be enough to deal with the terrorists. In their eyes, IS fighters with bombs tied to their bodies are not much different from snatch thieves on motorbikes.


Indonesia on security alert as police probe attacks

Army trucks thundered through Indonesia's capital Friday as authorities boosted security at possible terror targets and probed a suspected Islamic State cell blamed for Jakarta's deadly terror attacks.


More IS attacks likely as group suffers setbacks: US general

Islamic State jihadists will likely increase the tempo of attacks around the world as they come under increased pressure in Iraq and Syria, a top US general warned Thursday.


Malaysian police on highest alert after Jakarta blasts

Malaysian police have raised the national security alert to the highest level in the wake of the bomb blasts today in Jakarta, said Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar.


Seven dead as suicide attackers hit Indonesian capital

Suicide attackers struck the Indonesian capital Thursday, with a series of explosions and gunfire that tore through a Starbucks cafe and shook an embassy district in the Muslim-majority nation.


No Malaysians affected by Jakarta blasts

No Malaysians were affected by the bomb explosions in Jakarta today, said Wisma Putra.


Jakarta assault over, no more attackers on the loose: police

An assault on Jakarta is over and no more perpetrators are at large, police said Thursday, after gunfire and explosions left five attackers and two civilians dead in the Indonesian capital.


Jakarta blasts: timeline of Islamist attacks in Indonesia

The blasts and gunfire that rocked Jakarta on Thursday came after six years of relative calm, following a government crackdown that weakened the country's most dangerous homegrown Islamic networks.


Jakarta blasts: timeline of Islamist attacks in Indonesia

The blasts and gunfire that rocked Jakarta on Thursday came after six years of relative calm, following a government crackdown that weakened the country's most dangerous homegrown Islamic networks.


Malaysia offers Jakarta help over attacks

Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak said Malaysia will offer help to Indonesia in any way possible following the bomb blasts in Jakarta today.


 

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