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Indonesian police say fugitive terrorists plan more attacks

Two Malaysians being hunted for the Bali and Marriott hotel blasts are planning more terror attacks, Indonesian police warned. Malaysian explosives expert Azahari Husin and his compatriot Noordin Mohammad Top will “carry out more bombing attacks” unless caught, said national detective chief Erwin Mappaseng. He also warned that the pair are still wearing TNT-stuffed waistpacks which they could detonate with a pen-like trigger in three seconds. “The two are still carrying bombs in their waist packs which are ready to be detonated if they are cornered. The bombs are strong enough to kill themselves and (detectives) around them,” Mappaseng told a press conference. The pair are wanted for the JW Marriott hotel attack in Jakarta in August which killed 12 people and the Bali bombings which killed 202 in October last year. They narrowly escaped arrest last Wednesday night when police staked out their hideout at Bandung in West Java. Full Story

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