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Disneyland Paris ‘attack’ false alarm sparks stampede

A sound 'probably caused by a lift or escalator' at Disneyland Paris caused a stampede among holidaymakers.

Mosque massacre funerals resume with ‘football-mad’ teen laid to rest

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern vowed to tighten gun laws but has yet to release concrete details on regulation.

Dutch police arrest new tram attack suspect, suspect terror motive

Two other men who were arrested Monday in connection with the shooting had been released.

Iran has ‘unclean hands’ in world court battle, US says

Iran dragged Washington to the UN's top court in 2016 over a US Supreme Court ruling that the US$2 billion should go to victims of attacks blamed on the Islamic republic.

Countering terrorism with democracy

There needs to be a holistic approach to security threats where government, businesses, civil society, police and military work together to develop comprehensive policies.

We need to talk about radicalisation in prisons

The threat of radicalisation in jail among inmates and wardens is a growing phenomenon, and Malaysia has not been spared.

Terrorist attack on police foiled, says IGP

Khalid Abu Bakar also says three others arrested separately in Sandakan yesterday had planned to join the fight in Marawi, Philippines.

Wisma Putra: No Malaysian victim in London terror attacks

The foreign affairs ministry advises Malaysians residing around the affected areas to remain vigilant and follow the instructions of local authorities.

Malaysia condemns terror attacks in London

Prime Minister Najib Razak says he is shocked and disgusted by the attacks at London Bridge and Borough Market.

Zahid: Terror attacks in region linked to death of Malaysian IS...

Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi says Malaysian police are currently working with Asean Interpol on the attacks.

Suicide bombers ready to attack here, say police

Counter-terrorism chief says IS operatives who have returned home and trained to be suicide bombers are now just awaiting orders to act.

Two charged with plotting terror attacks in JB

The two men are accused of plotting an attack on a temple and nightclubs in Johor between June 27 and July 2.

Police step up alert over Malaysia Day IS threat

Police are not ruling out a possible terror threat following the arrest of the three suspected IS militants who were planning to launch attacks on the eve of National Day.

IS: Tunku Aziz confident Najib can do the right thing

“With IS at our gate, fair-minded Malaysians are beginning to realise that here is a prime minister who is not afraid to put people first and their votes second,” says MACC advisory board chairman.

Govt may allow only passengers to be at airport terminals

Proposal to control entry into major airports, allowing only passengers with valid tickets into terminals, being considered for security purposes, says Zahid Hamidi.

PKR Youth: Ku Nan must face action for spreading false info

Nik Nazmi Nik Ahmad says it is about time a minister is held accountable for statements made.