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Indonesia Police Say Warned of Militant Threats

Indonesia has been warned by a foreign intelligence agency about possible attacks from an al Qaeda-linked radical group and is searching for militants who might have slipped into the country, the country’s police chief said on Friday. General Da’i Bachtiar said police had been searching for the militants but had so far come up empty-handed. “There is intelligence information from overseas stemming from a number of people detained in the Philippines,” he said when asked about possible new modes of attack by Jemaah Islamiah in Indonesia that might target foreign ambassadors. The Wall Street Journal and the Far Eastern Economic Review magazine have reported regional militant network Jemaah Islamiah had sent an assassination squad to Indonesia. Full Story

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