Aman Abdurrahman (alias Oman Rachman) is the de facto leader of Islamic State in Indonesia.
“They have to be diverted and their environment needs to be replaced,” Muhammad In’am Amin says.
Four suspected militants were arrested after authorities monitored their Telegram messages, according to police spokesman.
Government seeks to erase radical ideology taught to seven children.
Exercises will take place in Indonesian Borneo“after Eid,” Indonesian defense minister says.
Presence of Densus 88 in 34 provinces will allow quicker response to terror strikes, Tito Karnavian says.
Men detained at university campus in Riau were planning to attack parliament, according to police.
Prosecutors have asked for the death penalty for Aman Abdurrahman, the man accused of motivating terror attacks.
Narendra Modi, Joko Widodo agree to strengthen maritime, economic and defense ties during Indian leader’s first visit to Jakarta.
Law allows greater military involvement in the battle against terrorists.
MIT leader posts video to social media calling on his followers to keep fighting the government.
Two relatives of Imam Santoso face similar charges in separate terrorism trials.
East Java police chief said 19 suspected terrorists have been arrested since Sunday.
Children indoctrinated by their parents are themselves victims in “unprecedented” family bombings.
Islamic State has claimed attack that left four suspects and one policeman dead.
Surviving children told investigators that three families met regularly on Sundays.
Eleven injured, including young girl, in blast that killed four alleged bombers.
Assault was first of its type in the country involving a woman and children, officials said.
Meanwhile, court postpones Friday hearing for Aman Abdurrahman, an alleged Indonesian leader of Islamic State.
Islamic State claimed responsibility for uprising at Brimob detention facility.
Efforts to counter radicalism on campus are relatively new, researcher says.
“I never killed anyone,” Aman Abdurrahman told a court during his terrorism trial.
Court convicts defendants for trying to smuggle in more than a ton of crystal meth.
Environmental activists are urging the government to improve security around an oil processing facility.
Setya Novanto was also ordered to pay $7.3 million in restitution for taking kickbacks.
Bombings took place in Syrian region on the day that Bahrumsyah was allegedly killed, U.S. officials say.
Local police had impounded the $250-million vessel Equanimity as part of a U.S.-led probe related to the Malaysian state fund 1MDB.
Parties and coalitions are focusing on selecting presidential and vice presidential candidates.
Governor says change will protect children and dampen foreign protests, but some Acehnese object.
Human rights groups castigate President Jokowi despite becoming country’s first leader to visit the remote Asmat regency.