Few leads, no suspects in Mulia runway rampage: Police
Bagus BT Saragih
The Jakarta Post
The police say they have few leads in the attack on a civilian aircraft by gunmen in Papua on Sunday, casting doubts on government efforts to bring peace to the country’s easternmost region.
National Police spokesman Insp. Gen. Saud Usman Nasution said in Jakarta on Monday that investigators had no significant leads in the incident at Mulia Airport in Puncak Jaya.
Saud said that ne...
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