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AS tawar AS$5 juta untuk maklumat pemimpin IS

Pemimpin IS yang disenaraikan oleh Jabatan Negara AS ialah Amir Muhammad Sa'id Abdal-Rahman al-Mawla, Sami Jasim Muhammad al-Jaburi dan Mu'taz Numan 'Abd Nayif Najm al-Jaburi.

PBB kutuk serangan bom korban 63 orang di Kabul

Menurut media tempatan, kumpulan Daesh mengaku melancarkan serangan maut di Kabul yang mengorbankan 63 orang, Sabtu lepas.

PM Iraq mahu isu tertangguh dengan Turki diselesai

Menteri luar Turki mahu kerjasama dalam menghadapi pengganas dan menyatakan kesediaan negaranya menyediakan bekalan elektrik kepada Iraq.

Lelaki bersenjata, pengebom bunuh diri maut di timur Sri Lanka

Tentera menemui 13 lagi mayat, termasuk 3 wanita, 6 kanak-kanak dan 4 lelaki.

20 maut dalam serangan bom kereta di timur Syria

Bom kereta itu meletup di pekan Shehel di timur kawasan luar bandar wilayah Deir al-Zour.

Jordan kecam serangan bom bunuh diri sasar tentera AS di Syria

Kumpulan militan Daesh mengaku bertanggungjawab melakukan serangan bom bunuh diri yang mensasarkan tentera AS di bandar Manbij di pedalaman barat laut Aleppo.

AS undur tentera dari Syria dalam ‘tempoh tertentu’, kata Trump

Ketika ini terdapat lebih 2,000 tentera AS yang dihantar bertugas di Syria.

Cops rescue 3 family members of Malaysian terrorist in Syria

The process of bringing the woman and her 2 children back to Malaysia took almost one month after her husband, a militant, was killed.

2 men jailed 3 years for planning attack on JB building

The Islamic State militant group supporters had targeted building as it was symbol of group propagating a deviant ideology.

Malaysia komited kukuh kerjasama keselamatan 3 negara

Keputusan itu antara hasil perbincangan menteri di Kem Emilio Aguinaldo di bandar raya Quezon, Filipina.

Afghan women report unspeakable horrors of Islamic State rapes

Documents captured in Syria in 2015 revealed ways in which Islamic State theologians regulated the use of female captives for sexual purposes.

Guns and roses: Afghan farmers enjoy sweet smell of success

Roses are providing farmers in Nangarhar province with a viable alternative to growing opium poppies.

3 Indonesians among 7 nabbed in Malaysia for terrorism

They were detained in Terengganu, Selangor, Perak and Johor in raids from July 12 to last Tuesday.

Sokong IS, hukuman penjara bekas penjaga zoo kekal 10 tahun

Mohd Shahrullizam rayu hukuman 10 tahun dikurangkan atas alasan dia tidak salurkan dana dan ideologi berhubung pengganas dan tidak berbaiah.

Court upholds 8-year jail for IS man’s brother

Federal Court says sentence that was enhanced by Court of Appeal is justified, dismissing appeal by Danny Mohamed Jedi, who had helped his younger brother, Wanndy.

Sosma, Poca effective weapons against terror, Najib tells Sydney conference

The prime minister says Malaysia's model has been successful in ensuring the security of the country.

Trader jailed for possession of IS-related images

Indonesian pleads that he was totally unaware that it was an offence to keep the images in his mobile phone.

Malaysia pledges US$100,000 to rebuild Iraq

Foreign ministry says it is imperative for Malaysia and the international community to mobilise and promote an inclusive approach in Iraq’s reconstruction.

Stop demonising Shia Muslims, Asri lectured on human rights

Prominent academics and activists question the Perlis mufti's recent statements condemning followers of Shia Islam.

Analyst: IS groups unlikely to reconcile with Philippine govt

The presence of committed foreign fighters makes peace process unlikely in southern Philippines, says Pawel Wójcik.

Nur Jazlan: Cops foiled 19 terror plots in 5 years

Deputy home minister says Malaysia is leaving no stone unturned in fight against terrorism with 369 IS suspects arrested, including 87 foreigners from 2013 to 2017.

Report: Arrested Malaysian did not target Bangkok

Malaysian arrested for carrying arms at Karachi airport, prior to boarding Thai Airways flight to Bangkok was only transiting, says Thai military official.

For Iraq’s Christians, a bittersweet first Christmas home after Islamic State

Hundreds of congregants, dressed in their finest, poured in to pray and receive communion from Father Salar Bodagh, who later lit the traditional bonfire in the church’s courtyard.

Mosul celebrates first post-IS Christmas

The patriarch of Iraq's Chaldean Catholic Church, Patriarch Louis Raphael Sako, called on dozens to pray for "peace and stability in Mosul, Iraq and the world".

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