Authorities in Indonesia say they have identified some of the attackers who bombed the centre of Jakarta. As the manhunt for those behind the attack continues President Widodo tries to reassure people that the situation was under control.
Explosions at three churches in Indonesia's second-largest city of Surabaya have left several dead and dozens injured. Police say a family of six, including two young children, carried out the suicide attacks.
Police have shot four men dead during an attack on a police headquarters in Pekanbaru on Sumatra island. The third Islamist militant assault in Indonesia in the past week also left an officer dead and two wounded.
Two decades since the end of the Suharto era, Indonesia has seen a remarkable transformation into a democracy. But the recent rise in religious intolerance and extremism threaten to jeopardize the progress made.
Just one day after suicide bombers hit three churches in the city of Surabaya, a police station has been bombed. Authorities said the attack was carried out by a family of five, including an eight-year-old girl.
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