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Bali Bombers' Work Seen in Hotel Blast

Two skilled bomb makers who allegedly assembled the deadly Bali car bombs last year are likely suspects in the Marriott hotel blast in Jakarta last week that killed 11 people, police said Monday. Azahari bin Husin, a Malaysian university lecturer, and Dulmatin, an Indonesian electronics expert, have evaded a manhunt for the last nine months. While on the run, police believe, the pair stayed for a time in the Sumatra home of Asmar Latin Sani, the Muslim militant who drove the car bomb to the JW Marriott on Aug. 5 and died in the explosion. The alleged involvement of Azahari and Dulmatin is another sign that the Marriott bombing was probably the latest in a series of attacks carried out over the last four years by Jemaah Islamiah, a Southeast Asian extremist group affiliated with the Al Qaeda terrorist network. Full Story

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