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Terror Warnings Put Indonesia on Alert

Indonesia deployed thousands of troops to guard churches Friday amid warnings that al-Qaida linked militants were planning Christmas terror attacks in the world’s most populous Muslim nation. Islamic groups also offered to help protect churchgoers. Maj. Gen. Firman Gani, the Jakarta police chief, said Jemaah Islamiyah terrorists might use the holidays to retaliate for the death last month of bomb-making expert Azahari bin Husin. He was gunned down in a police raid. His shadowy network is blamed for at least five suicide bombings targeting Western interests since 2002 — including Oct. 1 restaurant attacks on Bali island — that together killed more than 240 people.Full Story

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