Indonesian terrorist sentenced to four years

Islamic terrorist was sentenced to four years in jail Thursday for storing the explosives used in a botched 2001 bomb attack on a church in Indonesia. The blast went off in the lobby of a shopping mall in central Jakarta, injuring several people, but the intended target was a church located on the upper floor of the building, prosecutors have said. Solahudin was found guilty of storing the explosives used in the blast and sentenced to four years, Presiding Judge Lies Sofiulah told the Central Jakarta District Court.