JAKARTA - A car bomb has exploded near a shopping complex in the north of the Indonesian capital Jakarta more than two hours after two luxury hotels in the city-centre were bombed, police have told local radio. Two people were killed in this explosion.
"There's been another bombing at a toll road gate," a senior police officer told reporters outside the J.W. Marriott hotel in central Jakarta which was bombed earlier in the morning along with the nearby Ritz Carlton. TV One quoted police as saying the explosion in the Muara Angke area, famous for its massive fish market, was caused by a car bomb.