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Malaysia arrests eight over suspected terror links

KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - Malaysia has arrested four foreigners and four Malaysians for suspected involvement in terrorist activities linked to Abu Sayyaf, the Islamic State and Jemaah Islamiah, the..
Reuters India Also reported by •ReutersWall Street Journal

Malaysia arrests 7 Filipinos suspected of Abu Sayyaf links

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian police said Thursday they have arrested seven Filipinos believed to be members of the Abu Sayyaf militant group, as part of a crackdown on suspected terrorists in the country.
Bangkok Post Also reported by •FOXNews.comSeattle TimesWorldNewsAll India RadioReuters IndiaVOA News

Malaysia arrests seven suspected of involvement with Abu Sayyaf militant group

KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - Malaysia has arrested seven Philippine men suspected of involvement in activities of the Abu Sayyaf militant group, police said on Thursday, as concern grows in Southeast Asia..
Reuters India Also reported by •Reuters

Malaysia arrests two Turks suspected of threatening national security

Malaysian police have arrested two Turks, including the head of an international school, suspected of activities threatening national security, police chief Khalid Abu Bakar said.
Zee News Also reported by •ReutersDNA

Inspire, Enlist, And Execute: Islamic State’s Strategy In Southeast Asia – Analysis

inspire, enlist, and execute: islamic state’s strategy in southeast asia – analysis
Close to 800 persons from Indonesia, Malaysia, and Philippines are among the foreign fighter network of the Islamic State (IS). The estimate is far larger than the number of Southeast Asians who had..
Eurasia Review

Malaysia Arrests 7, Including Immigration Officer, Alleging Islamic State Ties

Malaysian police arrested seven people—five Filipinos and two Malaysians, including an immigration officer—over suspected links to Islamic State.
Wall Street Journal


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