30 years after SQ117 hijacking, terror threat has grown more complex

Experts say the terror landscape has changed significantly. PHOTO: ST FILE
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SINGAPORE - Despite the authorities here uncovering numerous terror plots targeting Singapore, the SQ117 hijacking in 1991 remains the last attack in the Republic.

But experts warn against complacency, adding that the terror landscape has changed significantly and the threat situation has become more complex.

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