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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.
Minister Fachrul Razi on Saturday, Feb. 1, said the Counterterrorism Agency (BNPT) planned to repatriate 600 Indonesians former ISIS supporters.
Minister Fachrul Razi announced the National Counterterrorism Agency planned to repatriate 600 Indonesians former ISIS fighter in limbo to Indonesia.
Abu Janda was reported to the Police for his alleged hatespeech linking terrorism to Islam.
Jakarta Metro Police deputy chief Brig. Gen. Wahyu called on all personnel to remain vigilant against acts of terrorism following Monas blast.
The Asian Muslim Action Network (AMAN) recorded a total of ten female terrorists from 2015 up to 2019.
The DPR's Commission II plans to question the government on its reasons for issuing the Government's Decree No.77/2019 in preventing terrorism.
Defense Minister Prabowo Subianto called on ASEAN member states to jointly tackle the movement of terrorism.
DPR Law Commission deputy head assessed the lack of coordination between Densus 88 and BNPT resulted in the Medan bombing and the Wiranto attack.
Vice president Ma'ruf Amin gathered a number of state officials to lead a meeting in fighting terrorism and radicalism.
Anti-terrorist special forces Densus 88 arrested one alleged terrorist who is also an employee of state-owned steel producer Krakatau Steel.
Police have detained DA who is the wife of RMN, 24, the suicide bomber at Medan Resort Police headquarters.
The suicide bombing at the Medan Police headquarters in Medan, North Sumatra, has proved that terrorism and radicalism are not completely finished.
Central Java Governor Ganjar Pranowo proposed a new model to patrol the neighborhood to anticipate various threats of terrorism.
A terrorism and intelligence expert called for Minister Wiranto to do self-introspection on past statements that might have been hurtful.
A terrorism observer Muradi deduced future capital city in East Kalimantan will be safer than Jakarta due to a lower potential of terrorism act.
A study of the Habibie Centre brought to light a harrowing fact that the police was on the radar of some 74 percent of the terror attacks in 2017-2018