Malaysia and Indonesia to tackle radicalisation


Still hazy: Thick haze from nearby forest fires shrouding the local landmark Ampera bridge in the city of Palembang on Indonesia’s Sumatra island. — AFP

PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia and Indonesia will cooperate in a de-radicalisation programme, with our Home Ministry hosting an international workshop on the process next year.

A statement from the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister said the workshop was expected to be held in January and would come up with a standard operating procedure on handling radicalisation.

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