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Indonesian cleric to be released

JAKARTA: An Islamic cleric who was the ideological leader of the Bali bombers and other Indonesian militants is being released early from a 15-year prison sentence after the country’s president relented on a condition that he renounce radical beliefs, lawyers confirmed.

Danish horse groomer first to be punished under new law

KUALA LUMPUR: A Danish horse groomer is the first to be punished under the newly enacted Anti-Fake News Act, but claimed he did not know of such law in Malaysia as he had only been here for 10 days.

New York man pleads guilty to attempting to join Islamic State

(Reuters) - A New York man has pleaded guilty to trying to help Islamic State by travelling to Turkey with the goal of entering Syria and fighting for the militant group, federal prosecutors announced on Tuesday.

Still performing with much joy

REMEMBER Jangan Ketawa, the local television comedy series that featured a multiracial cast of comedians in the 1990s?

Performing still brings them joy

REMEMBER Jangan Ketawa, the local television comedy series that featured a multi-racial cast of comedians in the 1990s?

Active online, foreign women become Islamic State widows

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - At least 15 young Western women who joined Islamic State and married jihadi fighters are now widows after the militant group suffered losses in clashes in Syria and Iraq, according to researchers who closely monitor Islamist radicals online.

Guantanamo judge refuses to recuse himself in warship bombing trial

FORT MEADE Md. (Reuters) - A military judge refused on Monday to recuse himself from the death penalty case of a Guantanamo Bay prisoner accused of organising the 2000 bombing of the U.S. warship Cole.

Guantanamo hearing delayed for 9/11 suspects due to Ramadan

GUANTANAMO BAY U.S. NAVAL BASE, Cuba (Reuters) - The next hearing for five Guantanamo prisoners charged with plotting the September 11 attacks has been postponed for two weeks to allow the defendants to observe the Muslim holy month of Ramadan.

Guantanamo court can't free bomb suspect, U.S. says

MIAMI (Reuters) - The U.S. war crimes tribunal that will try the alleged planner of a deadly attack on a U.S. warship has no power to free him if he is acquitted, military prosecutors said in court documents made public on Wednesday.