National Police and US Federal Bureau of Investigation to create a joint taskforce.
Interior Minister Sar Kheng will soon visit South Korea to explore the country’s government reform structures in order to deliver effective public services to Cambodian people
Neither white supremacy, nor racially motivated terrorist attacks carried out in its name, are new phenomena. Yet the response to far-right terrorism remains thoroughly insufficient.
Long overshadowed by Islamist radicalism, questions are now asked about what drives the far-right ideology and, specifically, what is the role of the Internet as a driver and enabler of violent far-right extremism and terror.
The death toll in the New Zealand mosque shootings rises to 50.
The wife and son of a suspected militant Islamist blew themselves up in their home on the Indonesian island of Sumatra.
India’s ‘counter-terrorism’ strike inside Pakistan and their brief military exchanges have brought into focus China’s apparent stake in the stability of Indo-Pakistani relations. PS Suryanarayana comments.
Cambodia’s and Singapore’s police chiefs vow to enhance their cooperation.
Bin Salman says his country is ready to cooperation with India in fighting terrorism.
The EU adds Saudi Arabia, Panama and four US territories to a blacklist.
Indonesia observes the shifting of ISIL’s propaganda to the region.
Foreign Affairs Minister urges foreign NGOs to comply with the Law.
Myanmar to combating money laundering and terrorism financing.
Ethiopia has pardoned +13,000 people who were charged with treason or terrorism.
The 27th Annual Meeting of Asia-Pacific Parliamentary Forum in Siem Reap province yesterday concluded with members and delegates discussing topics concerning the region.
Over the last year or so, relations between China and India have witnessed significant progress.
A joint anti-terrorism training drill between the Chinese and Indian armies conclude.
21 prisoners broke out of a prison in northern Iraq but 15 of them are recaptured.
Although the global and regional environments are getting more complex and uncertain, Asean remains a relevant regional actor to shape regional order through Asean-centric multilateral systems.
The US o remove Sudan from the list of state sponsors of terrorism.
India and Morocco sign an agreement on Mutual Legal Assistance to fight crimes and terrorism.
Myanmar has drawn up a multiple five-year strategic plan to combat five crimes.
The Interior Ministry’s department for combating terrorism and transnational crimes has identified two men as the masterminds behind eight people who were charged on Monday for trafficking illegal firearms meant to be used in a plot to overthrow the government.
Singapore, as chairman of Asean, is convening a Southeast Asia Counter-Terrorism Symposium this week.
Asean member states cannot expect to disincentivise terrorism without attempting to systematically understand the incentives of its practitioners.
A British man who had made bombs for the Taliban is convicted of terrorism.
The Commonwealth Bank agrees to the largest civil penalty in Australian history.
Indonesian anti-terrorism police detain a former student and question two others.
Indonesia’s parliament approves tougher anti-terrorism laws.
British police said they arrested a 19-year-old man on Wednesday evening for the offence of “preparation of terrorist acts.”