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Indonesian Rebels Say They Won’t Attack

Rebels in tsunami-battered Aceh province will not attack foreign relief workers, an insurgent commander said Monday, amid a warning of an imminent terror strike in the region and a claim by Indonesia’s military that guerrillas may target the aid groups. “Our mothers, our wives, our children are victims from this tragedy,” Tengku Mucksalmina told The Associated Press in a hideout on the edge of a jungle about a two-hour drive outside Banda Aceh, the provincial capital of Aceh. “We would never ambush any convoy with aid for them. We want them (relief workers) to stay. We ask them not to leave the Acehnese people who are suffering,” Mucksalmina said, his voice rising with emotion. Full Story

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