Threat in Sulawesi remains high
Ruslan Sangadji and Andi Hajramurni
The Jakarta Post
The series of violent incidents in both Central and South Sulawesi over the last three months may not yet be over despite the recent massive security sweep of the area.
The most recent attacks include the throwing of a bomb, which failed to explode, at South Sulawesi Governor Syahrul Yasin Limpo, by a suspect linked to a terrorist network in Poso, Central Sulawesi, and the shooting of Poso ...
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