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Tuesday, 25 August 2009

Active and retired police officers are involved in tracking down terrorist groups.
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THE Bumiputera conference room on the second floor of the University of Indonesia School of Social & Political Science at Depok, West Java, on Thursday last week, looked like a reunion for police and terrorists. Nearly a quarter of the seats in the auditorium were occupied by anti-terror police specialists. Some were smartly dressed in suit and tie, while most of the former terrorist convicts were wearing a koko (white, loose-fitting prayer shirt

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