Indonesia police say two dead in blasts, including suspected suicide bomber | Reuters
JAKARTA Indonesian police said on Wednesday that two people had been killed, including a suspected suicide bomber, by blasts near a bus station in East Jakarta. (Reporting by Tom Allard; Writing by Ed Davies; Editing by Kevin Liffey)
JAKARTA Indonesian police said on Wednesday that two people had been killed, including a suspected suicide bomber, by blasts near a bus station in East Jakarta.
(Reporting by Tom Allard; Writing by Ed Davies; Editing by Kevin Liffey)
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