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    Indonesia Vows to Counter Islamic Statei
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    Steve Herman
    January 16, 2016 6:19 PM
    Indonesia’s national police chief on Saturday announced 12 suspected Islamic State loyalist have been arrested in connection with the first IS attack in the world's most populous Muslim country. VOA Correspondent Steve Herman reports from Jakarta the government is making fresh moves to try to counter the violent extremists' ideology.

    Indonesia Vows to Counter Islamic State

    Published January 16, 2016

    Indonesia’s national police chief on Saturday announced 12 suspected Islamic State loyalist have been arrested in connection with the first IS attack in the world's most populous Muslim country. VOA Correspondent Steve Herman reports from Jakarta the government is making fresh moves to try to counter the violent extremists' ideology.


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