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Militants are blamed for Indonesia bombs

The Indonesian police hunted Monday for the perpetrators of a twin bombing attack that security experts said had been an attempt to re-ignite violence in the religiously mixed region. The attack took place at a market in Tentena, a town on Sulawesi Island, on Saturday and killed 22 people and wounded 50. The government said the attacks had the hallmarks of Jemaah Islamiyah, a group seen as the Southeast Asian arm of Al Qaeda. Full Story

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