Tag Archive: terrorists

RRG Counsellors Saved Two Secondary Schoolboys From Further Radicalisation

One developed an interest in global affairs involving Muslims and became convinced of the need to migrate to an Islamic caliphate. Another penned pro-Islamic State (IS) slogans in his school books that were discovered by his father. In both cases,…
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Nicholas Fang: Tackling Exclusivism Imperative In Dealing With Terror Threat Here

The refrain of the possible inevitability of a terror attack here has become almost as ubiquitous as the description of Singapore as a multiracial and multicultural society, where inclusivity and tolerance are key watchwords for social stability and harmony. Inclusivity…
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At Least 64 Killed, 320 Injured In Kabul Diplomatic Quarter Blast

A massive blast rocked Kabul’s diplomatic quarters during the morning rush hour on Wednesday (May 31) the latest attack to hit the Afghan capital. Afghan officials said at least 64 people have been killed or wounded by a suicide car…
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Defeat Of Rebels Could Spell More Trouble For Southeast Asia

Like the stirring of a hornet’s nest — as an expert here put it — the imminent defeat of Islamist militants in the southern Philippine city of Marawi could pose a bigger problem further down the road, terrorism analysts said…
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