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Indonesian police arrest two terror suspects on Java

ASIA: Indonesian police including members of the anti-terror task force have arrested two men suspected of links to a wanted Malaysian terrorist, police said Monday. Ahmad Basyir, 36, was arrested in the East Java provincial capital of Surabaya on Friday while Ahmad Arif Hermansyah, whose age not given, was nabbed there a day later, national police deputy spokesman Anton Bahrul Alam said. Basyir, Alam said, “is suspected of having hidden, and provided a house, for Noordin M. Top and Azahari, before the latter was shot.” Malaysian master-bombmaker Azahari Husin was shot dead in the East Java town of Batu during a police raid last November on a different house. His compatriot and partner-in-crime Noordin remains on the run. Full Story

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