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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.

Radicalised Indonesian domestic helpers who were detained had worked in Singapore for 6 to 13 years

They were drawn to violent visuals disseminated on multiple pro-ISIS social media chat groups, including beheading videos.

Trump’s intelligence chief pick John Ratcliffe reportedly misled the public about his role in a major anti-terrorism case

ABC News found no public records tying Ratcliffe to the case, and former officials involved had no recollection of Ratcliffe's involvement.

Malaysia detains three accused of planning attacks, links to IS

The men from Kedah turned themselves in after their families agreed to co-operate with authorities.

Malaysia deports 6 Egyptians with suspected Islamist militant links despite concerns over torture, rights abuses

The suspects include five people who allegedly confessed to being part of Egypt's banned Muslim Brotherhood.

7 people linked to terrorist groups have been detained in Singapore and Malaysia – here’s what we know about them

A Singaporean businessman was instructed to attack a Freemasons centre in Johor Bahru in December 2018, but was afraid of getting caught.

Here are all the talking points made at this year’s ASEAN Foreign Ministers’ meeting

Topics ranged from tourism to security, and ASEAN's 10 dialogue partners were present at the Meeting.

Scrapped Malaysian beer festival faced threat from militants, police say

Unidentified militants pl...