U.S. Reopens Indonesia Diplomatic Offices

The United States reopened its diplomatic offices in Indonesia on Tuesday after shutting them last week because of an unspecified security threat.

The U.S. Embassy, however, reiterated its long-standing warning of the possibility of militant attacks in the world’s most populous Muslim nation.

U.S. officials declined to disclose the nature of the threat that prompted Thursday’s closures. But the decision came after militant Web site posted instructions in Indonesian on how to attack what it said was a U.S embassy with rocket launchers or a suicide bomb. Full Story

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