Indonesia: Mass arrests after IS-linked suicide bombing
18 November 2019 | 4:07 pm
Indonesian police have arrested at least 43 suspected militants in relation to an attack on a police station last week. A suicide bomber with alleged links to "Islamic State" killed himself and wounded six others.
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