A number of explosions rocked the Indonesian capital of Jakarta on Thursday, January 14, reportedly killing at least ten people.
Indonesian police have arrested 12 suspected accomplices to the series of explosions and shootings in Jakarta that killed seven people, local media reported Saturday.
Police in Indonesia arrested three suspected Daesh fighters one day after a series of explosions that have killed at least seven and injured nearly 30 people in Jakarta, officials told local media Friday.
Jakarta terror attacks were a "wake-up call" for Southeast Asia’s intelligence agencies to cooperate more closely in the fight against the treat coming from Daesh jihadists, Secretary-General of the National Security Council of Thailand Gen. Thawip Netniyom said Friday.
Indonesian Foreign Minister Retno Marsudi on Friday visited a hospital where those who were injured in explosions in Jakarta are being treated, local media reported.
While the US Embassy in Indonesia will keep it's doors closed on January 15 following a spree of attacks across Jakarta, the Russian diplomatic mission will continue working on schedule.
Indonesian authorities on Thursday announced the highest level of the security forces' readiness across the country after a series of attacks in the capital, Jakarta, a local police spokesman said on Thursday.
A series of explosions hit the Indonesian capital of Jakarta on Thursday, January 14, reportedly killing at least 10 people. Later on in the day, Jakarta police confirmed that Daesh (also known as Islamic State) was behind the blasts.
On the retreat from its traditional Mideast stomping grounds, Daesh is compensating for its losses by expanding to unconventional territory in Southeast Asia.
A series of explosions hit the Indonesian capital, leaving at least 10 people dead and another 10 injured.
Indonesian police on Thursday intensified security measures on the resort island of Bali after a series of terror attacks in the country's capital of Jakarta, the Bali police chief inspector said.
Daesh (also known as ISIL or Islamic State) is behind the blasts that shook the Indonesian capital on Thursday, as the terrorist group spreads into Southeast Asia, the Jakarta police chief said Thursday, confirming earlier concerns.
According to a Jakarta police spokesman, there is a high chance that Daesh (the Islamic State) are involved in the series of terror attacks across the Indonesian capital.
Starbucks suspends the work of all coffee shops in Jakarta following terror attacks on Thursday.
Daesh (Islamic State) has already threatened Indonesia with attacks, media reported Thursday.
The Indonesian police eliminated four suspected militants who had carried out bomb and gun attacks in Jakarta, a police spokesman said. Four other attackers were arrested.
The US Embassy in Indonesia issued an emergency message to US citizens in Jakarta on Thursday, after a series of explosions hit the city.
The Indonesian President called the series of exlosions in Jakarta which have taken the lives of at least six people a terrorist act, national TV reports.
Another blast reportedly occurred in Jakarta's downtown area of Sarinah as Indonesian police are continuing their operation against attackers who had thrown grenades in the capital.
Several gunmen, having carried out a series of attacks in the center of Jakarta, are still hiding in a cinema, with many people believed to be inside, media reported Thursday.