Jailed Indonesian cleric Abu Bakar Bashir (R) gestures during a court appearance in Cilacap, Central Java on February 9, 2016. AFP PHOTO
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Indonesia has been on high alert since a bomb and gun attack in the capital Jakarta last month claimed by ISIS stamped the group's presence in the region for the first time.In the past two months, anti-terrorism police have arrested around 50 people suspected of having links to planned attacks including last month's assault in Jakarta.Last month's attack was the first militant attack to hit Indonesia since 2009, when a car bomb at two foreign-owned hotels killed seven people and injured dozens.
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