Terror groups get smaller, harder to detect
The Jakarta Post
As terrorists in the country shift from forming larger to smaller groups, the police’s early terror-plot detection ability becomes more challenging, experts say.
The International Crisis Group (ICG) said in its latest report issued on Tuesday that Indonesian law enforcers’ aggressive clamping down on terrorism had driven terrorists to act in smaller groups independent of larger organiza...
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