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2005-11-24 01:53:04

By Manny Mogato MANILA (Reuters) - One Philippine soldier was killed as renewed fighting with suspected Islamic militants with ties to al Qaeda entered a second day on the remote southwestern island of Jolo, an army general said on Thursday.

2005-11-21 00:37:18

By Dean Yates JAKARTA (Reuters) - A move by Indonesia's mainstream Muslim groups to form a special team to fight militant ideas and work with police marks an important step but must involve more than just rhetoric, a leading terrorism expert said on Monday.

2005-11-19 01:25:15

By Dean Yates JAKARTA (Reuters) - The United States, Australia and Britain have issued fresh warnings about possible terrorist attacks in Indonesia after a militant Web site showed how and where to kill foreigners in Jakarta.

2005-11-19 00:01:54

By Lee Suwan and John Chalmers PUSAN, South Korea (Reuters) - Leaders of the Pacific Rim vowed on Saturday to join forces to fight threats to their economies from a possible bird flu pandemic, high oil prices and an impasse in world trade talks.

2005-11-18 21:31:53

By Dean Yates JAKARTA (Reuters) - The United States, Australia and Britain have issued fresh warnings about possible terrorist attacks in Indonesia after a militant Web site showed how and where to kill foreigners in Jakarta.

2005-11-18 00:26:45

DENPASAR, Indonesia (Reuters) - An Indonesian court in Bali on Friday found an Australian model guilty of illegally receiving ecstasy pills and sentenced her to three months in jail, but she will be freed within days because of time spent in custody.

2005-11-18 00:15:57

JAKARTA (Reuters) - A website purportedly set up under orders from a leading Asian militant gives instructions on how to shoot foreigners in the streets of the Indonesian capital or throw grenades at motorists stuck in traffic.

2005-11-17 04:40:21

By Dean Yates and Achmad Sukarsono JAKARTA (Reuters) - A masked man believed to be one of Asia's most wanted militants has warned Western countries, especially Australia, of more attacks in a video found last week by Indonesian anti-terrorist police.

2005-11-17 01:33:56

JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesia's police chief urged Southeast Asian nations on Thursday to be on guard for possible suicide bombings after recent attacks in the world's most populous Muslim nation.

2005-11-16 20:26:00

JAKARTA (Reuters) - A masked man believed to be one of Asia's most wanted militants has warned Western countries, especially Australia, of more attacks in a video found last week by Indonesian anti-terrorist police. The video was broadcast on Metro TV on Thursday.


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