JAKARTA - Indonesia authorities said on Sunday they had captured one of their four most-wanted militants in connection with two suicide-bomb attacks this year that rekindled fears of religion-related violence in the world's largest Muslim country.

The suspect, identified as Beni Asri, was arrested on Friday at his home in the town of Solok in West Sumatra, about 930 km km (578 miles) from the capital Jakarta, said police spokesman Anton Bachrul Alam.

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