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The National Police have gained more confidence in hunting down terrorist groups to the last member, particularly after the death of the country’s most-wanted top terrorist leader Santoso.
The death of Santoso, the leader of the East Indonesia Mujahidin (MIT) terrorist group, will change the course of counterterrorism efforts in the country because of the inclusion of the Indonesian Military (TNI) in the country’s counterterrorism operations.
(Margareth S. Aritonang and Ina Parlina / The Jakarta Post / Jakarta)