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Jakarta Seizes Terrorist Suspects, Arms

Indonesian police arrested seven terror suspects – one of whom allegedly committed suicide while being questioned – and raided a bomb-making factory, seizing explosives more powerful than those in last year’s Bali bombings, officials said Friday. THE AUTHORITIES also found three books containing schedules of church services in Indonesia, police said, raising fears of plans for attacks on the country’s Christian minority. The developments were a further sign that Indonesia, the world’s most populous Muslim nation, is cracking down on Islamic militancy after the Oct. 12 attacks on Bali nightclubs. Before, the government had been accused of failing to act on overseas warnings that terrorists were targeting the nation. Full Story

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