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Malaysia remains a ‘transit hub for terrorists’ – and it’s visa-free travel that makes it a ‘first choice’

Travellers from most Middle-Eastern countries and some African nations do not require a visa to enter Malaysia.

Trump claims the killing of ISIS leader al-Baghdadi is more significant than Osama bin Laden’s assassination

Trump claimed that the killing of ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was a bigger deal than the killing of Osama bin Laden.
Counterterrorism police officers are briefed in Times Square prior to the Times Square new years eve celebration in New York City.

A Texas-born ISIS recruit captured in Syria shows why Western stereotypes about terrorists are dangerously out of touch

The number of Americans drawn to terror groups is relatively low, but a RAND report shows US citizens are more drawn to ISIS than to al-Qaeda.

The Taliban reportedly agreed with the US to not make Afghanistan a safe haven for exporting terrorism, even as it continues to terrorize Afghans

The WSJ reported Thursday that Taliban leaders have agreed to oppose any militant group using Afghanistan to stage terrorist attacks abroad.

The Taliban leader responsible for the kidnappings of Bowe Bergdahl and reporter David Rohde is dead

The Taliban has reported the death of Jalaluddin Haqqani, the founder of one of the terrorist network's most sophisticated groups. The Haqqani network is reportedly responsible for several famous kidnappings and held Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl captive for five years.
A US Marine fires an M777-A2 Howitzer in Syria, June 1, 2017.

Trump will keep the US military in Syria without new congressional authorization — and it could set a dangerous precedent

"There appears to be a clear abdication of responsibility on behalf of Congress," according to one professor.