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Indonesian Terror Suspects Questioned

Six Indonesian terror suspects, including the brother of Southeast Asia’s top militant, arrived Friday in Jakarta on a flight from Pakistan and are being questioned by police, officials said. The suspects — all students from an Islamic boarding school in Pakistan — arrived late Thursday and were whisked to the city police headquarters. They said nothing to waiting reporters and police refused to say how long the questioning would go on. “They are now being questioned at the Jakarta police headquarters,” said Sunarko, a police spokesman who like many Indonesians goes by a single name. “We have informed their families.” The suspects were handed over to Indonesian officials Wednesday in the southern city of Karachi. They had been detained since September, when Pakistani authorities raided Abu Bakar University in Karachi and accused them of being involved in terrorist acts in the country. Full Story

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