Two policemen patrol past a Qatar Airways Airbus A380 plane at the static display during the Singapore Airshow at the Changi exhibition centre in Singapore on February 16, 2016. AFP PHOTO / ROSLAN RAHMAN
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Singapore has deported four Indonesian men thought to be followers of a leading Islamic extremist as they allegedly tried to travel to Syria, police said Tuesday.Authorities deported them to Batam, an Indonesian island not far from Singapore, the same day, and they have since been sent on to Jakarta.There have been suspicions Abdurrahman may have helped plan last month's gun and suicide attacks in Jakarta that left four attackers and four civilians dead.They were claimed by ISIS and were the first major attack in Indonesia for seven years.
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