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PostHeaderIcon Asian Security Forum Ends, Vowing to Improve Terrorism Intelligence Sharing

Asian Security Forum Ends, Vowing to Improve Terrorism Intelligence Sharing
Source : AFP

VIENTIANE, July 29, 2005 (AFP) - Foreign ministers wrapped up Asia's main security forum Friday with a pledge to step up intelligence sharing on terrorism, which they called a threat to the "peace, order and security" of the region.

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PostHeaderIcon ASEAN, Partners Agree to Boost Intelligence Sharing

ASEAN, Partners Agree to Boost Intelligence Sharing
Source : AFP

VIENTIANE, July 29, 2005 (AFP) - Southeast Asian countries and their security partners agreed Friday to boost intelligence cooperation to combat terrorism and to protect sensitive documents with biometrics.

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PostHeaderIcon Asian Security Forum Condemns Stereotyping of Muslims as Terrorists

Asian Security Forum Condemns Stereotyping of Muslims as Terrorists
Source : AFP

VIENTIANE, July 29, 2005 (AFP) - Foreign ministers at Asia's largest security dialogue spoke out Friday against tendencies to stereotype Muslims as possible terrorists, addressing a growing concern among the group's Islamic members.

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PostHeaderIcon Singapore Proposes Maritime Security Exercises for Asian Security Forum

Singapore Proposes Maritime Security Exercises for Asian Security Forum
Source : AFP

SINGAPORE, March 2, 2005 (AFP) - Singapore proposed on Wednesday that Asia's only security forum move beyond dialogue and hold maritime security exercises to improve its ability to deal with terrorist and other threats.

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PostHeaderIcon Asian Security Forum Agrees to Strengthen Anti-Terror Cooperation

Asian Security Forum Agrees to Strengthen Anti-Terror Cooperation
Source : AFP

BEIJING, Nov 6, 2004 (AFP) - Asia's only security forum has agreed to strengthen cooperation against threats such as terrorism, cross-border crime and drug- and small arms-trafficking, state media said on Saturday.

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