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Terror crackdown in three states

PETALING JAYA: A former security guard, two self-employed men, a jobless youth, a zookeeper and a taxi driver are all facing charges for supporting terrorism activities in three states.

Zookeeper, taxi driver face terror charges

SELAYANG: Two men were charged in a magistrate’s court here with five counts of terrorism related offences.

Charges weighed after Ohio incident triggers Emirati warning on robes

(Reuters) - The mayor of an Ohio town at the centre of an incident that prompted the United Arab Emirates to warn citizens against wearing traditional robes abroad apologised and said on Monday some of those involved could face criminal charges.

UAE tells citizens to avoid national dress while abroad after man held in U.S.

DUBAI (Reuters) - The United Arab Emirates has urged men to avoid wearing the white robes, headscarf and headband of the national dress when travelling abroad, after a businessman visiting the United States was wrestled to the ground and held as an Islamic State suspect.

UAE tells citizens to avoid national dress while abroad

DUBAI: The United Arab Emirates has urged men to avoid wearing the white robes, headscarf and headband of the national dress when traveling abroad, after a businessman visiting the United States was wrestled to the ground and held as an Islamic State suspect.

Woman charged with possession of terrorist group headband

KUALA LUMPUR: An unemployed woman was charged at a magistrate’s court here with possession of an item that was related to a terrorist group.

Jobless woman charged over terror-related offence

KUALA LUMPUR: A jobless woman was charged at a magistrate’s court here with possession of an item related to terrorist groups.

Party time in Bangkok as Leicester inch closer to title

BANGKOK (Reuters) - About 900 jubilant fans and employees of the Thai billionaire who owns Leicester City roared when the final whistle blew in their team's 1-1 draw at Manchester United on Sunday that left them on the brink of winning the Premier League title.