Suspected militant killed in Indonesia

November 06, 2012
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POSO, Indonesia – Police killed a suspected militant Saturday (November 3rd) and seized bombs during a raid on a house in Poso, a district recently at the centre of an anti-terror crackdown, AFP reported.

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    "One suspect was killed in the raid and another has been arrested and taken to police headquarters in the city of Palu," national police spokesman Boy Rafli Amar told reporters after the dawn raid in the village of Kayamaya.

    "The suspects resisted arrest and began throwing explosives towards the police, who opened fire in response," he said.

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