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Indonesian minister predicts safer 2007

The number of terror attacks in Indonesia was down this year compared with 2005 and they claimed far fewer casualties, a government minister said Tuesday, predicting that security will continue to improve next year due to anti-terror operations. Four people were wounded in 17 bombings across the world’s largest Muslim nation in 2006, Law and Order Minister Widodo Adisucipto told reporters Tuesday. That compares to 49 deaths and 183 injuries in 19 strikes in 2005, the deadliest being a triple-suicide strike on the resort island of Bali that killed 23, including the bombers. Full Story

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