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Suicide Bombers Kill At Least 11, Wound Dozens At Churches In Indonesia

Attackers targeted three churches, which were holding Sunday services. An intelligence official says an ISIS-allied group may be responsible.
Indonesian anti-terror policeman stands guard at the blast site following a suicide bomb outside a church in Surabaya, Indonesia on Sunday. Source: Robert Rizky

Suicide bombers killed at least 11 people and wounded dozens in attacks on three different churches holding services in Indonesia's second-largest city of Surabaya Sunday morning.

Police said at least five suicide bombers were involved, including at least one

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