To protect us from terrorism, pass the bill
Frans H. Winarta
PREMIUM For more than a week, Indonesia has suffered from terrorist attacks in various places. From riots at the Mobile Brigade headquarters (Mako Brimob) in Depok involving terror detainees, the bombing of three churches in Surabaya, to the attack at the Surabaya Police headquarters and the latest attack at the Riau Police headquarters. Methods in terror attacks have changed, demonstrated by...
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