Sri Lanka’s parliament Tuesday defied President Maithripala Sirisena and resumed investigations into security lapses surrounding the Easter suicide bombings that killed 258 people, officials said, as a political crisis in the country deepened.
With representatives of about 20 Asia-Pacific countries gathering in Phnom Penh.
ASEAN, the common refrain goes, moves slowly, especially on sensitive issues that touch on sovereignty and security, where the pace of consensus-forming adjusts to fit the comfort level of the most hesitant member state.
Officers stationed along the border are ordered to strengthen border security.
Kampong Speu police chief orders his officers to tighten security.
Huawei will support its smartphones and tablets by providing security updates, it said.
The recalcitrant opposition’s repeated call on the military to partake in the regime change aims to divide and destabilize the country. It is necessary for the government to take strict measures to prevent the potential emergence of “watermelon” soldiers.
National Police warns firms against recruiting foreign security guards after violent clashes at S’Ville casinos and hotels.
The naval parade staged on Tuesday to mark the 70th founding anniversary of the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) Navy displayed the great progress the PLA Navy had made in the past decade as well as the strong will of Chinese and foreign naval forces to safeguard regional peace and stability.
Interior Minister Sar Kheng is expected to sign a security deal on preventing transnational crimes, such as human trafficking and terrorism, during his four-day official visit to China.
The US military has deployed its most advanced air and missile defense system to Israel for the first time.
Interior Minister Sar Kheng yesterday urged Battambang provincial authorities to continue paying attention in implementing safe village and commune policies and continue addressing people’s problems.
General-Secretary of the Communist Party and President of Vietnam, Nguyen Phu Trong, started a two-day state visit to Cambodia yesterday with the aim to further enhance the traditional friendship and strategic partnership between two nations.
A meeting with private security companies to maintaining security and public order.
If the US fails to adequately signal its security commitment to South Korea and links its excessive financial demands to the possibility of a US Forces Korea withdrawal, Seoul may question Washington on the durability of their alliance, argues Se Young Jang.
Cambodia to host the 14th General Border Committee Meeting.
If they are managed effectively, minilaterals can well complement the Asean community building process.
National Police to ensure security during Chinese New Year celebrations this week.
US lawmakers introduce legislation to limit the president’s power to levy import tariffs.
Kenya intensifies security patrols at the border points with Somalia.
Algeria and France sign a new convention for the extradition of criminals.
Turkish Defence Ministry says a total of 2,442 terrorists were “neutralised” in 2018.
WorldBridge Secure Logistics signs a joint-venture agreement with US security Brink’s.
PM has issued a sub-decree increasing the amount of commanders of election security forces for the upcoming sub-national election.
Information Minister calls on the public to help officials monitor fake news.
Army captain-turned-politician Jair Bolsonaro has been sworn in as Brazil’s president.
Army troops are deployed five days ahead of Bangladesh’s general election.
Asean’s rapid urbanisation has implications for important issues such as strained infrastructure, rising inequalities, and public safety and security.
A meeting with Shanghai Security Association to establish a security training centre.
Siem Reap provincial police on Sunday held talks with a delegation from China’s Shanghai Security and Alarm Association to establish a private security training centre in Cambodia.