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Indonesia Terrorists May Be in Philippines

Ten suicide attackers from Indonesia are suspected of entering the Philippines and could be trying to acquire explosives for attacks in the country, the national security adviser and a news report said Sunday. Information on the threat was passed to the Philippine government by Indonesian security officials who accompanied President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono on a visit to Manila last June, National Security Adviser Norberto Gonzales said. At least one other Asian country has issued the same warning, he added, without identifying which one. “We were informed that up to 10 Indonesians may have crossed the border and are now in the country,” said Gonzales. “There is an effort to acquire materials and position personnel.” Full Story

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