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Security forces have "obliterated" Islamic State (ISIS) militants in Afghanistan, President Ashraf Ghani said.
From November 9 to 14, before and after the Medan bombing took place, the police arrested 12 terror suspects in different locations.
Turkey has captured a wife of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, President Tayyip Erdogan confirmed on Wednesday.
Islamic State (ISIS) confirmed on Thursday that its leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was killed in a weekend raid by U.S. special forces in Syria.
Islamic State, or ISIS, supporters have responded with silence and disbelief days after the death of their leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.
The Densus 88 arrest an ISIS sympathizer in Cileungsi on Saturday, October 26, 2019, and continue with searching a house.
State Intelligence Agency (BIN) confirmed that Wiranto's attackers were identified as part of the terrorist network Jamaah Ansharut Daulah (JAD).
Aside from Wiranto, the local police chief was also stabbed.
Malaysia has arrested 15 people, mostly foreigners from neighboring Indonesia, on suspicion of having links with the Islamic State (ISIS) group.
Jakarta Metro Police suspected Fazri Pahlawan a.k.a. Abu Zee Ghuroba as the major figure of the terrorist network in Cilincing.
Tempo Magazine's exclusive report on the ISIS camps in North of Syria captured the interests of Malaysia and the Philippines.
Germany has for the first time allowed children whose parents were suspected members of Islamic State (ISIS) to return to Germany from Syria.
A pregnant woman assumed to have been a member of ISIS was reportedly beaten to death at the Al Hoh camp in Syria.
Bukalapak strongly denied the numerous social media allegations accusing them of financing radical groups through public donation.
The Indonesian Police are hunting down Saefullah a.k.a. Daniel a.k.a. Chaniago, member of the Jamaah Ansharut Daulah (JAD) terrorist group.
Coordinating Minister Wiranto says the government is establishing a special task force that will examine the planned return of former ISIS supporters.
Indonesian Police share the same sentiment as the government upon sending home former Indonesian ISIS fighters who are currently in Syria.
Deputy of Child Protection Nahar responded to the government's plan to return children of former ISIS fighters home to Indonesia.
An observer Harits said that the government should not have to be worried over returning Indonesian former supporters of ISIS to the country.
BNPT Chief Suhardi Alius argues there should be no plight in granting children of former ISIS fighters a second chance to live a better life.