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The Witness and Victim Protection Agency (LPSK) hands over compensation money to 36 victims of the Bali bombing I and II totaling Rp7.8 billion.
The police special detachment for anti-terrorism Densus 88 arrested 5 alleged terrorists in four different areas in Aceh.
Suicide attacks, once an almost daily occurrence in Baghdad, Iraq, have halted in recent years since Islamic State fighters were defeated in 2017.
The President's Regulation on prevention of extremism and terrorism championed by Chief of Staff Moeldoko face scrutiny from Setara Institute.
Abu Bakar Ba'asyir has been released from the Gunung Sindur correctional on Friday morning, January 8, at 05:30 WIB.
The police special detachment team of anti-terrorism or Densus 88 nabbed alleged terrorist suspect Zulkarnaen (57) involved in the Bali bombing.
Kontra asked President Jokowi to postpone the enactment of the Presidential Regulation Draft on the military or TNI task in countering terrorism acts.
MPR Deputy Speaker condemned the attack on residential homes and the killing of residents in Lemba Tongoa Village, Sigi District of Central Sulawesi.
French PM says the government would keep "fighting" against radical Islam as he paid tribute to the three victims of a knife attack in Nice.
President Jokowi said Indonesia condemns the attack that occurred in France but he asserted that linking religion with terrorism is a huge mistake.
An investigation has been opened into a knife attack that has left at least three dead and several others injured at a church in Nice, France.
The U.S.-brokered deal made Sudan, after the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain, the third Arab state to recognize Israel in the past two months.
The government has made it easier for compensation to be paid out to victims of terrorism.
The police's Densus 88 antiterror squad on Friday announced the arrests of 15 suspected terrorists.
President Jokowi had passed into law the regulation (PP) protecting Indonesian nationals who are victims of human rights violations and terrorism.
Seemingly at odds with the existing laws, the government regulation on the involvement of the military in dealing with terrorism has sparked criticism
The Singapore court has found three Indonesian citizens guilty of financing terrorism.
The Director-General of Corrections (Dirjen PAS) Sri Puguh Budi Utami said that 29 terrorist prisoners had vowed allegiance to Indonesia.
Minister Yasonna Laoly said there are 1,276 Indonesians who left the country to join ISIS in Syria, and 297 of them still have their passports.
The National Commission on Human Rights (Komnas HAM) said the government needs to compile data on the profiles of women and children who joined ISIS.