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UK official says TikTok rarely used for extremist purposes but some content becomes viral

Most people in the world do not use TikTok for extremist purposes, but some content, originally published there, becomes viral, Robin Simcox, Commissioner for Countering Extremism at the United Kingdom Home Office, said on Thursday.

Rishi Sunak government to ban 'hate preachers' from Pakistan, other nations from entering UK amid 'shocking increase' in extremism

The UK government is planning to bar hate preachers from countries like Pakistan, Afghanistan and Indonesia from entering the country.

Click of hate: Khalistan extremism network in the digital realm

A spectre haunts the global security landscape – not of the living, but of the digitally cloaked.

UNHCR urges solidarity with Burkina Faso’s victims of extremist violence

Civilians fleeing attacks by extremist groups in Burkina Faso must be allowed to shelter in neighbouring countries and not sent back, amid a spike in violence and horrifying rights abuses, the UN refugee agency (UNHCR) said on Friday.

‘We must be more vigilant than ever,’ Guterres says on first International Day to prevent violent extremism

New York: With extremist groups expanding their reach, the international community cannot let up its guard against terrorism, UN Secretary-General António Guterres said on Sunday.

Bangladesh is a secular country, we immediately take action when minorities are attacked: PM Sheikh Hasina

Dhaka: Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Sunday said she wanted to assure Bangladesh's predominantly Hindu community and the world community that her government strongly supports secularism and that any attempt to disrupt communal harmony will be dealt with immediately.

Pak PM speaks with Sri Lankan President to express nation's 'anger, shame' over lynching

Islamabad/UNI: Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Saturday spoke with Sri Lankan President Gotabaya Rajapaksa over the phone to convey his nation’s “anger and shame” over the lynching of a Sri Lankan national over blasphemy allegations, even as Punjab police said they have arrested 120 men, including 13 prime suspects, for the brutal crime.

'Uprisings by extremist groups in Muslim countries or outside is an ongoing enterprise'

Journalist Zahid Arab has described uprisings by extremist groups in Muslim countries or outside as an ongoing enterprise.

Engaging world’s youth vital to preventing violent extremism, building sustainable peace, UN official tells Baku Forum

New York, May 4 (IBNS): The spotlight for the second and final day of the 5th World Forum on Intercultural Dialogue in Baku, Azerbaijan, shined brightly on youth, with a lively discussion on the vital role young people play in countering and preventing violent extremism.

British PM Theresa May says Islamist ideology of perversion tolerated too much

London, June 04 (IBNS) After yet another terror attack by Muslim terrorists killed at least seven and wounded nearly 50 on Saturday night in London, British Prime Minister Theresa May said enough is enough and defeating the threat from the Islamist extremism is the biggest challenge.