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Indonesia foils major terror plot; 2 nabbed
[JAKARTA] Indonesian authorities have thwarted a terror plot, nabbing two militants who had military-grade explosives and skills to assemble bombs.
The police said yesterday that Saiful Bahri and Bahrain Agam were part of a local terror cell plotting to attack the Parliament building, police headquarters and television stations in Jakarta. The group, based in Majalengka, West Java, was also found to be in possession of TNT and RDX - a key element used in making powerful explosives such as C4, typically used by the military.
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