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Over 100 bomb threats received since Australian Embassy attack

The city police have received over 100 reports of bomb threats since the Australian embassy bombing that killed 10 people last September, an officer has said. City police spokesman Sr. Comr. Tjiptono said Sunday that the police had received bomb threats to malls, office buildings and hotels since September last year, but nothing had materialized so far. “We receive reports of bomb threats almost every day, and we are kind of getting used to them,” he told The Jakarta Post when asked to comment on newspaper reports that Jamaah Islamiyah (JI), which has been blamed for a series of terrorist attacks in the country, was preparing a new wave of attacks here. Christians across the country celebrated Easter this year under heavy guard following warnings from several embassies that bomb attacks might be launched by the terrorist group during the holiday. Full Story

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