JAKARTA - Indonesian police say they've arrested five members of a terrorist cell that was planning to blow up a state oil facility in north Jakarta. After a series of arrests in recent days, Indonesia' national police spokesman announced that five suspected terrorists have been arrested in Jakarta and Bogor.
Police say they also seized 2.7 kilograms of explosives, weapons, ammunition, and plans for advanced bomb circuitry boards. They say the design for the circuitry boards leads them to suspect the arrested men were linked to Jemaah Islamiya's master bomb maker Dr Azahari Husin, who was killed in a raid in 2005. Two other suspects remain on the run.