Indonesian police stand guard at the site of a militant attack in central Jakarta, Indonesia in this January 16, 2016 file photo. REUTERS/Darren Whiteside/Files
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Indonesian police have arrested dozens of people from radical Islamic groups who were plotting attacks against the airport and other targets in the near future, the national police chief said Monday.Seventeen of those arrested were directly linked to the Jakarta attacks, while 16 others were members of three other radical groups, Haiti said.Bahrun Naim is one of three high-profile Indonesians fighting for the ISIS group in Syria. Police say he played a central role in motivating groups in Indonesia to launch attacks in the country.
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