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Sun Sep 9, 2012 1:50PM
This picture shows Indonesian bomb squad police officers preparing to secure the scene of a blast in the town of Depok, following the explosion of a bomb in a building on September 8, 2012.

This picture shows Indonesian bomb squad police officers preparing to secure the scene of a blast in the town of Depok, following the explosion of a bomb in a building on September 8, 2012.

Three people were injured in the explosion, one of them had a broken arm and burns covering around 50 to 70 percent of his body" National police spokesman, Anang Iskandar
At least three people have been wounded after a bomb explodes at a building near Indonesia's capital, police officials say. The explosion suspected to be a bomb workshop occurred on Saturday in a building listed as an orphanage in the town of Depok, a city in West Java Province on the outskirts of Jakarta. "Three people were injured in the explosion, one of them had a broken arm and burns covering around 50 to 70 percent of his body," AFP quoted national police spokesman Anang Iskandar as saying on Sunday. A big haul of bomb-making materials including grenades, detonators and potassium chlorate have been seized from the house, he added. Earlier in the month, Indonesian police have shot dead two 19-year-old suspected terrorists in an armed clash that also left one policeman dead in the city of Solo in central Java. MAM/JR
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