Indonesia: Police surround terror chief's hideout

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April 29, 2006 05:26

Security forces launched a pre-dawn raid on the suspected hideout of one of Southeast Asia's most-wanted terrorists Saturday, local media reports said. It was not immediately clear, however, if Malaysian fugitive Noordin Top was in the safe house when heavily armed police moved in at around 5:30 a.m. "We cannot give you any details," said police spokesman Brig. Gen. Anton Bahrul Alam. "We're still investigating the reports."


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