Indonesian police thwart terror attack
TANGERANG, Indonesia - Indonesian police said three suspected militants were planning a holiday season suicide bombing, when they were killed in a raid today on the outskirts of Jakarta.
It's the second imminent attack to be foiled in less than two weeks.
A residential neighborhood was evacuated after several bombs were found in a house used by the men.
Jakarta's police chief says the three planned to stage their attack on Christmas Day or New Year's.
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