JAKARTA - A special unit linking the police, the military and several ministries will start work Monday to coordinate Indonesia's fight against terrorism. The 42-member "Anti-Terrorism Coordination Desk" will be headed by a senior policeman rather than a soldier. A deputy to top security minister Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono said this is to avoid accusations that the military "is taking into its hands matters outside its scope of duties." He said the team would evaluate past and present anti-terrorism efforts and plan follow-up measures to be proposed to the president by the security minister. The desk will also coordinate intelligence work, international cooperation, law enforcement and information and communications.