Fall of Raqqa inflames Southeast Asia terror threat

Antiterror officials say 671 Indonesians joined Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, with an unknown number set to return home with extreme ideas and tactics

Jakarta, October 16, 2017 1:54 PM (UTC+8)
Men carry mattresses at a refugee camp for people displaced in fightings between the Syrian Democratic Forces and Islamic State militants in Ain Issa, Syria October 14, 2017.  Photo: Reuters/Erik De Castro
Men carry mattresses at a refugee camp for people displaced in fightings between the Syrian Democratic Forces and Islamic State militants in Ain Issa, Syria October 14, 2017. Photo: Reuters/Erik De Castro
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