UPDATED 10PM | President Sirisena also asks for the resignations of police chief and defence minister.
Jihadist cells in other countries show no sign of backing down, while those in the West might plot new attacks.
No quarters in M'sia should exploit such issues, says counter terrorism director Ayob Khan Mydin Pitchay.
US-backed Syrian forces in Baghouz say the battle is as good as over.
The US-backed SDF says it wants to make sure all civilians are out of the enclave.
Three criteria must be met for the denaturalisation of Germans who take up arms for the Islamist group.
The Syrian Democratic Forces says it is closing in on the jihadists' last bastion.
The suspects comprise four foreigners and two locals, says IGP.
As ordered by the US president, the withdrawal will depend on the situation on the ground, says US Army General Joseph Votel.
But Shad Saleem Faruqi says it is moving in the direction of 'a very conservative South Arabian type of Islamic state'.
Such a debate would bring no benefit to M'sia's multicultural people, says armed forces veterans group president.
The security forces launch three separate raids in North Sinai and Giza.
Erdogan's aide dismisses concerns the withdrawal from Syria would allow IS to regain territory.
Four suspects arrested had pledged allegiance to Islamic State in a video posted on social media.
Suspects believed to be involved with IS, Abu Sayyaf and Jamaah Ansharut Daulah, says IGP.
The suspects comprise a Malaysian and seven Filipinos, including one who beheaded captives of Abu Sayyaf.
The 25-year-old has been in M'sia for only a few months, photos related to the terrorist group were found in his cellphone.
COMMENT | We are becoming a conducive environment or an incubator for terrorist groups both local and foreign.
Police add he had a large container of gasoline and gas cartridges that would have caused a ‘huge’ explosion in the train station.