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Ali Kalora who was listed as Poso terrorist fugitive, allegedly died in a shootout.
Police says that the recently arrested suspected terrorist Abu Rusydan is a reoffender of terrorism charges.
Police representative assures that the movements of terrorist groups in the country are monitored closely Densus 88.
The attack by armed Papuan separatist terrorists on the Kisor military post on September 2 is Silas Ki.
Densus 88 arrested three suspected terrorists from the Jamaah Islamiyah (JI) group on Friday, September 10.
Densus 88 head Insp. Gen. Martinus Hukom said the Covid-19 pandemic did not dim the existence of terrorist groups.
Former leader of terrorist group Jemaah Islamiyah (JI) views that Taliban victory in Afghanistan would not trigger the rise of terorism in Indonesia.
State Intelligence (BIN) is keeping tabs on local terrorist groups in proximity with Taliban following Kabul takeover.
Densus 88 has arrested four suspected terrorists in Banten and West Java provinces on Sunday, a police spokesman said.
Papua's Nemangkawi Task Force consisting of military and police personnel arrest a fugitive, Kopengga Enumbi, on Tuesday, August 3.
The National Police's counterterrorism detachment, Densus 88, is transferring 69 terrorist inmates to Jakarta for further questioning.
BNPT says terrorist activities on the internet throughout the Covid-19 pandemic has increased exponentially.
Densus 88 announces the arrest of four alleged terrorists believed to be linked with the Jamaah Ansharut Daulah (JAD) cell in West Java.
The National Police's Special Anti-Terror Detachment or Densus 88 arrested a suspected terrorist identified as KDW in Bogor, West Java.
Indonesia's National Counterterrorism Agency (BNPT) Head Boy Rafli Amar paid a working visit to the Kingdom of Jordan.
Papua Regional Police spokesman confirmed that Police's Special Anti-Terror Detachment or Densus 88 arrested ten suspected terrorists in Merauke.
The joint military-police counter-insurgency task force shot three members of the armed criminal group in Papua
The approach used by the government to resolve the long running problems of Papua have been wrong from the start.
Joint personnel of the military and the police have shot dead Lesmin Waker, the commander of the Lekagak Telenggen armed criminal group (KKB).
Head of police intelligence and former Papua police chief speaks about the criminal armed groups (KKB) and the hardship to overcome them.