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2 killed in Jakarta blasts; Manchester bomber had links to ISIS

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People lay flowers at St Ann's Square, after relocating them from Albert Square, in Manchester, in tribute to victims of Monday's terror attack at the Manchester Arena. In Jakarta, TV pictures showed smoke rising from two blasts.

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INDONESIAN police said on Wednesday that a suspected suicide bomber and a police officer were killed in explosions near a bus station in the eastern part of the capital, Jakarta.

"There were two blasts at around 9pm (1400 GMT), close to each other," East Jakarta

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