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2013-09-19 23:27:56

Future of the Singaporean Defense Industry - Market Attractiveness, Competitive Landscape and Forecasts to 2018 research report says threats presented by terrorist organizations are expected to drive Singapore’s defense expenditure. Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) September 19, 2013 Singapore's army is considered to be the most advanced military force in Southeast Asia, and the country’s military expenditure, which stands at US$9.9 billion in 2013, grew at a CAGR of 6.75% between 2007-2012....

Possible Link Between AT&T Phone Hacking, Terrorists
2011-11-28 06:27:00

Four cybercriminals arrested in the Philippines last Wednesday were allegedly paid by terrorists to hack into the accounts of AT&T business customers, the FBI and that country's Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (CIDG) told reporters over the weekend. According to Somini Sengupta of the New York Times and CNET's Steven Musil, the three men and one woman arrested in multiple raids conducted in the capital city of Manila were affiliated with an individual named Muhammad Zamir....

2010-12-10 04:30:00

BOSTON, Dec. 10, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Pirozzolo Company Public Relations was named to conduct PR and Crisis Management training in Southeast Asia by Husin Intelligence Group, the executive training company based in Jakarta, Indonesia. "Husin Intelligence Group offers training by US experts, for executives in a broad range of management disciplines including human resources, branding, marketing and now public relations," according to Erwin Husin, CEO. As part of the Husin client...

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2009-04-20 06:11:38

According to a new study, radical militant groups in Southeast Asia are becoming increasingly savvy in their use of technology, using the Internet to recruit and train new supporters. The report, a collaborative effort from Singapore's S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies and the Australian Strategic Policy Institute, claims that as the Internet becomes an increasingly effective tool for recruitment and training it could play a significant role in allowing these radical groups to...

2008-07-03 15:00:13

Indonesian authorities say they have arrested nine suspected terrorists along with home-made bombs and other explosives. The suspects from South Sumatra have been taken by national police to Jakarta for further interrogation and efforts to determine their exact plans and connections, the official Chinese news agency Xinhua reported Thursday. We still do not know who they are and to what networks they belong because they were arrested only yesterday, said police spokesman Gen. Abubakar...

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2007-01-20 03:00:00

By OLIVER TEVES MANILA, Philippines - DNA test results confirmed that the leader of the al-Qaida-linked group Abu Sayyaf was killed during a clash with Philippine troops in September, officials said Saturday. Khaddafy Janjalani's death was confirmed after DNA tests were conducted in the U.S. to compare tissue samples taken from remains found buried in the jungles of southern Jolo island in December with those of Janjalani's imprisoned brother, military Chief of Staff Gen. Hermogenes Esperon...

2006-09-05 04:08:15

DENPASAR, Indonesia (Reuters) - An Indonesian who set up a militant Web site on behalf of the alleged mastermind of last year's deadly bombings in Bali was jailed for eight years on Tuesday. The sentence is the first linked to the Oct 1, 2005 bombings, in which three suicide bombers blew themselves up killing 20 people at three restaurants on the resort island's beaches of Jimbaran and Kuta. Judges from the Denpasar district court found Abdul Aziz broke anti-terrorism laws by...

2006-09-04 01:33:36

By Manny Mogato MANILA (Reuters) - Six Philippine marines and 8 Muslim rebels were killed and dozens more were wounded in the heaviest day of fighting in the latest campaign to flush out Islamic extremists from a remote southwestern island. A senior military official said on Monday that troops stormed a mountainous area on Jolo island, where leaders of the Abu Sayyaf group and two Indonesians suspected of carrying out the 2002 Bali bombings, were believed to be hiding. Abu Sayyaf's...

2006-08-24 00:20:55

MANILA (Reuters) - Philippine troops killed at least 6 Muslim guerrillas after a dawn swoop on their camp on the remote southwestern island of Jolo, a senior military official said on Thursday. Around 3,000 troops, backed by U.S. equipment and intelligence, are hunting about 200 militants from the Abu Sayyaf group, who regularly set up camp in the interior jungles of Jolo. Two Indonesians suspected of carrying out deadly bombings on the resort island of Bali in 2002 are also believed...

2006-08-23 04:12:42

JAKARTA (Reuters) - A man on death row for the 2002 Bali bombings communicated with Islamic militants on the Internet while in prison to organize another deadly attack on the Indonesian resort island last year, police said on Wednesday. Imam Samudra used a laptop with a wireless connection smuggled to his prison cell in Bali to hook up to the Internet and chat with co-conspirators, said the national police head of the cyber crime unit, Petrus Golose. "Imam Samudra ... directed the...


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