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Trio jailed for plotting to kidnap Najib, 3 other ex-ministers

Prosecution asked for deterrent sentence but defence lawyers said the plot was never carried out.

Wife of Egyptian who ‘vanished’ after deported from Malaysia fears for...

Jodie Harris says her husband could now be subjected to torture or even execution by the military regime.

Court overturns acquittal of trio over plot to kidnap Najib

Among others, they had planned to demand ransom in exchange of freedom for detainees held for security offences.

Custody for suspect in Utrecht shooting extended by 3 months

Gokmen Tanis is accused of carrying out the shooting aboard a tram out of terrorist intent.

New Australian laws could see social media execs jailed over terror...

The tough new legislation will be brought to parliament next week as Canberra pushes for social media companies to prevent their platforms from being used by terrorists.

Austria arrests Iraqi over 2018 Germany rail sabotage

The suspect admitted involvement in the two incidents, but has denied any terrorist motive for the crimes.

IS ‘caliphate’ totally eliminated

Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) spokesman Mustefa Bali said the SDF had taken full control of Baghouz, the last bastion of the Islamic State.

We allow terrorism to win because we take sides

How we look at a terrorist act depends on our own race, religion, culture and value, and we are selective in our condemnation of terrorist acts.

Islamic State will be wiped off map imminently, says Trump

Donald Trump claimed American forces have inflicted significant casualties on the battlefield in the past month.

Malaysian police guarded temples, churches after NZ mosque attacks

IGP says police were on high alert after the massacre for fear of retaliations.

Dewan condemns NZ attacks, expresses condolences to families

28 NGOs also hand over protest memorandum to New Zealand, urging measures to curb far-right extremists.

Apologise for what? Nga rebuffs PAS Youth

Perak DAP chairman says he has already clarified his 'Taliban state' remark, while PAS demands that he say sorry.

Ban Aussie senator Fraser Anning from entering Malaysia, urges MP

Kepong MP Lim Lip Eng also suggests that Putrajaya work with FBI and Interpol to stop white supremacists from entering Malaysia.

Kitingan worried about Sabah’s security after arrest of 13 terror suspects

The Sabah opposition leader says the state government’s recent announcement to document Filipinos may have contributed to sudden influx of terror suspects.

Malaysian victim still in ICU, awaiting surgery

Shot in Christchurch attack, Rahimi Ahmad, 39, is expected to undergo follow-up surgery tomorrow.

Dr M: Act of vengeance would be worse than Christchurch attack

PM says acts of revenge would only affect others and not the attackers themselves.

Don’t link e-sports to acts of violence, says Kelantan exco

Mohamed Fadzli says e-sport not a cause of terrorism, after mufti calls for ban.

Lesson from Christchurch: Mind your words

We must not tolerate the preaching of hate towards anyone because it can lead to distress for the entire nation.

Heat, floods, quakes: Tokyo 2020 preparing for any disaster

Tokyo is known as a safe haven for many locals and tourists alike, however, to ensure Tokyo 2020 Olympics goes smoothly organisers will beef up on security.

IGP rejects Anwar’s criticism on deporting 7 men to Egypt, Tunisia

Mohamad Fuzi Harun says police got greenlight from the deputy public prosecutor.