Man sentenced for sending money to Jamaica-based Islamist preacher.
The controversial preacher says merely following someone on social media does not make terrorists.
Among detainees is an imam identified as a potential security risk.
Twelve individuals including two DAP elected representatives have been arrested over links to now-defunct group.
Bukit Aman says camps in Syria are in a critical situation, especially because of food shortage.
The home minister says LTTE is still considered a terrorist group even though it had been banned for a long time.
Radicalisation is a matter of concern to both countries.
Authorities target extremist network behind assassination attempt on ex-army chief.
Police respond to DAP leaders who defended the rebel group as freedom fighters.
The Perlis mufti says if IS sympathisers can be arrested, so too should those who support the Sri Lankan rebel group.
Police have been monitoring the seven people arrested over alleged links to the defunct Sri Lankan group.
It is understood that the duo and an NGO leader were arrested over alleged links to the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam.
The assailant, a 45-year-old computer expert, had been in contact with members of the 'Salafist Islamist movement' and defended the Charlie Hebdo attacks.
The three domestic workers are accused of financing terrorism.
Attack’s initial target was a nearby government intelligence department building.
During his Washington visit, the home minister tells US homeland security officials to take up the request to the president.
The remains will be exhumed and kept in a mortuary until a suitable place to bury them is found.
Australia and New Zealand have increased scrutiny of websites and social media companies in the wake of the Christchurch massacre in March.
The two suspects held for planting explosive devices had travelled to Malaysia several times, Thai police say.
Asked if he had intelligence that bin Laden's son had been killed, US President Donald Trump tells reporters, 'I don't want to comment on it.'
One possibility is that the bombs are the work of a shadowy group who proclaim themselves as eco-extremists.
The prime minister says by doing so, the world will appreciate the Palestinians' struggle for decades against the injustice they faced.
The island nation's leaders warn that it is a prime target for an attack due to its status as a regional financial centre.
Somalia has been riven with conflict since 1991, when clan warlords overthrew a dictator, then turned on each other.