Police aim their weapons at a man who was being searched by other police officers following an explosion at nearby police headquarters in Surabaya, Indonesia May 14, 2018 in this photo taken by Antara Foto. Antara Foto/ Didik Suhartono / via REUTERS
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A family of Islamist militants in Indonesia carried their 8-year-old into a suicide bomb attack against police in Surabaya Monday, a day after another militant family killed 13 people in suicide attacks on three churches in the same city.Four officers and six civilians were wounded in the attack, East Java police spokesman Frans Barung Mangera said.The father of the family involved in those attacks was the head of a JAD cell in the city, the police chief said.Earlier, police said his family was among 500 Daesh sympathizers who had returned from Syria, but the police chief said that was incorrect.In all, 31 people have died since Sunday in attacks, including 13 suspected perpetrators and 14 civilians, police said.
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