Indonesian police continued their crackdown on suspected terror cells today killing, one alleged militant and arresting two others in a series of swoops in central Sulawesi.
Police spokesman Major General Suhardi Alius said a gun and seven home-made bombs were taken following an exchange of gunfire during the raids.
Hundreds of security forces have been combing a mountainous jungle area in Poso looking for a terrorist training camp.
Police arrested 11 terror suspects at the weekend who they claim were planning a series of attacks on Western embassies.
In the west of the country, 2,000 police officers and soldiers were deployed to quell three days of ethnic violence, Brigadier General Boy Rafil Amar said.
The death toll rose to 14 today and dozens were left injured by clashes sparked by "minor sexual harrassment" from young Balinese men directed at young Lampung women on Monday.
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