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Islamic State militants heading to Indonesia from Malaysia


Shi'ite fighters fire weapons towards Islamic State militants on the outskirt of Baiji September 6, 2015. - REUTERS.

Shi'ite fighters fire weapons towards Islamic State militants on the outskirt of Baiji September 6, 2015. - REUTERS.

PETALING JAYA: The Islamic State (IS) is working with people smuggling networks to bring foreign fighters to Indonesia through Malaysia, reported the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC). 

The head of Indonesia's national counter-terrorism agency Saud Usman Nasution told the ABC that IS fighters arrived from Malaysia in Sumatra and were then taken to Poso in central Sulawesi, a suspected training ground for IS fighters. 

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