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Indonesia fears end-of-Ramadan terrorism

Indonesia will beef up security nationwide to ensure the safety of holidaymakers as the hunt for terror suspects in the October 1 triple bombings on Bali island that killed at least 23 people continues, local media reports said Monday. National police spokesman Brigadier General Sunarko said in addition to 33,000 officers, police will also dispatch 20 helicopters, 20 ships and 560 auto patrols to back up the many stationary officers in the operation, which was scheduled to begin on Wednesday and run through November 11. More than 16.9 million people are expected to journey to their hometowns across the archipelago nation to see loved ones and celebrate the annual Eid al-Fitr, marking the end of the Moslem fasting month of Ramadan. Full Story

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