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By Nuruzzaman Labu in Dhaka Tribune, July 19, 2017 at 8.18 pm
According to counter terrorism officials, Arabic words are quite common in the code language used by terrorists
Militants have started using encrypted language to communicate among themselves, making it harder for law enforcement agencies to track their activities. Terrorism experts say extremist groups are sending coded messages, which appear gibberish to the untrained eye, through telephone or messaging apps.
According to law enforcement sources, some of these messages have been decoded after interrogating captured militants.
Counter Terrorism and Transnational Crime Unit’s (CTTC) …

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By Senior Correspondent in bdnews24.com, July 20, 2017
A new US report has indicated a decrease in terrorist attacks worldwide in 2016, but a significant increase in such activities in Bangladesh.
The Department of State released the ‘Country Reports on Terrorism 2016’ on Wednesday in Washington.
It said the total number of terrorist attacks in 2016 decreased by 9 percent, and total deaths due to terrorist attacks fell by 13 percent from 2015.
Bangladesh experienced a “significant increase in terrorist activity” in 2016, according to the report that also highlighted the measures the government …

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By Liu Caiyu in Global Times in July 19, 2017 at 22:53:40
Chinese legal experts are calling for an ideology management law, saying it would improve national soft power and national security as “hostile forces” are deliberately spreading the wrong ideology to influence the Chinese people.
“China needs a firewall from the Constitution and laws to safeguard mainstream ideology… and help the country’s advantageous ideology better contribute to national governance,” Mo Jihong, a research fellow at the Institute of Law of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS), told the Global Times …