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Security raid hits in Indonesia

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Indonesia’s anti-terror forces say they have killed two suspected terrorists in a pre-dawn raid in Central Java.

National police spokesman Colonel Boy Rafli Amar said the suspects and anti-terror forces exchanged fire during the raid early on Saturday in Sukoharjo district, during which a nearby rice vendor was also fatally shot.

Col Amar said the two suspects are among fugitives wanted for a church attack in Central Java last year. He said they were also believed to have links to a terrorist network in the West Java district of Cirebon.

A number of terrorist suspects have been arrested following a suicide bombing last month at a mosque in Cirebon that injured 30 people, mostly policemen.

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