Security sphere situation
Fighters of the “Islamic State” terrorist organization (also known as IS, banned in Russia) attacked fighters of the pro-government Liwa al-Quds Palestinian brigade in Syria. It was reported by the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR).
A senior Iraqi Kurdistan official said there was growing evidence that the terrorist group Daesh (also known as “Islamic State”, IS and ISIS, and banned in Russia) is trying to re-establish its position in Iraq, al-Arabiya reported on May 6.
Iraq has postponed the repatriation of Iraqi families from the Al-Hawl camp where captured “Islamic State” (IS) militants and their family members are held.
In the context of the withdrawal of US and NATO troops from Afghanistan, the Taliban troops seized part of the capital of Baghlan province (the old city) as well as the Burka district east of Baghlan (where several villages and 5 military bases and outposts fell under the control of the Taliban).
Indian security forces have eliminated at least two fighters of the pro-Pakistani extremist group Lashkar-e-Taiba (Army of the Righteous) in the northern union territory of Jammu and Kashmir. This was reported on Wednesday, May 5, by The Times of India, citing sources in the regional police department.
Iraqi security forces prevented terrorist attacks that the militants of the Islamic State terrorist group planned to carry out in Baghdad, said the spokesman for the Iraqi Armed Forces Brigadier General Yahya Rasool.
Three militants were killed while as one militant surrendered in an encounter in Kanigam area of the south Kashmir’s Shopian district (India) on Thursday, police said.
THE COURT IN KHABAROVSK SENTENCED A CITIZEN OF TAJIKISTAN TO EIGHT YEARS IN COLONY FOR SUPPORTING A TERRORIST ORGANIZATION
A court in Khabarovsk sent a supporter of a foreign terrorist organization to a strict regime colony, as press service of the FSB of Russia for the Khabarovsk Territory reported on Thursday.
The owner of the Umma Muslim publishing house Aslamek Eżayev was arrested in Moscow on suspicion of terrorism financing. This was reported to TASS by the official spokesperson of the Investigative Committee of Russian Federation Svetlana Petrenko.
Employees of the Pakistani Ministry of Narcotics Control seized several large consignments of drugs worth $234.3 million in one day, according to the press service of the agency.