Bomb in eastern Indonesia slightly wounds 6

A bomb exploded at a bus terminal in the Indonesian city of Ambon on Wednesday, slightly injuring six people, a national police spokesman said. The blast coincided with the anniversary of a separatist group in the region that has been plagued by religious violence in the past, and Maj. Sisno Adiwinotyo said it was possible the events were related. "It was a low-intensity explosive that injured six people," he said, adding that police were investigating the possible involvement of the Republic of South Maluku, or RMS.