In Indonesia, a thin line between terrorism and crime

Increasingly fragmented, short of resources, and unsure what they are fighting for, terrorist cells turn to armed robbery to raise funds.

By Jerry Bonkowski and Andhika Bhakti for Khabar Southeast Asia in Jakarta

April 05, 2013


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