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Indonesia police plan to quiz wounded bomb suspect

Police are waiting to question a man lying in a Jakarta hospital, apparently wounded while setting off a bomb in an outlet of a U.S.-based fast food chain in the Indonesian capital, a police officer said on Sunday. Saturday’s blast in an A&W restaurant in a shopping mall came just a few days ahead of a visit by U.S. President George W. Bush to the world’s most populous Muslim nation. Anas Raharjo, a Jakarta city police officer, said the 36-year-old suspect had begun to show signs of coming round, moving his hands and opening his eyes at one point but was not yet able to speak. Full Story

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