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Archipelago News Central Sulawesi Police will focus security in Palu and Poso during the Christmas and New Year's Eve celebrations as both regions are prone to terror threats. Tighter security measures were necessary given that there were 20 terror
Jakarta, a megacity with over 9 million inhabitants, is known to have one of the worst traffic jams in Asia. Indonesian police warned Thursday that Islamic extremists may be planning to target worshippers at Christmas and New Year celebrations in the
Trial begins in Jakarta The first of five men charged in connection with a plot to bomb the Myanmar embassy has gone on trial, in a case that highlights how the plight of the Rohingyas has become a rallying point for militants here.
One of the suspected militants who plotted to attack the Myanmar Embassy in Indonesia has gone on trial on charges of terrorism that could result in a death sentence. Prosecutors at the South Jakarta District Court accused Separiano on Wednesday of
Indonesia (AP) Indonesian police say they have killed a suspected militant and arrested two others in an anti-terror raid in the east of the country...Boy Rafli Amar says the three men resisted arrest Thursday in Bone district of South Sulawesi
Mounties believe someone intentionally detonated an explosive device in a pickup truck outside a home in Quesnel. Police say the vehicle was parked in the driveway of a residence and that the blast also damaged a window in front of the home.
A decade ago, Bali's famed white sand beaches and popular shopping areas were deserted as visitors scared off by terrorism shunned the "island of the Gods." The dark cloud of the suicide bombings that killed 202 mostly foreign tourists in 2002
Australians in and travelling to Bali during the peak school holiday period have been warned of a potential terrorism threat around the Miss World final on the island. The Australian and United States embassies to Indonesia have both warned of a
National News The US Treasury Department has designated two Indonesians, Said Ahmad Sungkar and Afif Abdul Majid, as individuals linked to what it considers Indonesia-based terrorist organizations. According to a press statement dated Sept. 18,
Treasury has blacklisted two Indonesians for their alleged links to Islamic militant groups. Treasury said Wednesday that 51-year-old Said Ahmad Sungkar raised funds for Jemmah Anshorut Tauhid, or JAT, which attacked Indonesian government personnel