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Multiple explosions, gunfire in the Indonesian capital Jakarta

January 14, 11:19 UTC+3
Four militants were wiped out and another three arrested in the special operation in Jakarta
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Members of the Indonesian police at the site of bomb blast in front of a shopping mall in Jakarta, Indonesia
Members of the Indonesian police at the site of bomb blast in front of a shopping mall in Jakarta, Indonesia
Members of the Indonesian police at the site of bomb blast in front of a shopping mall in Jakarta, Indonesia
© EPA/BAGUS INDAHONO
Police officers rushing to take their position near the site of an explosion in Jakarta
Police officers rushing to take their position near the site of an explosion in Jakarta
Police officers rushing to take their position near the site of an explosion in Jakarta
© AP Photo/Tatan Syuflana
A police post in the center of Thamrin street across from Sarinah shopping mall damaged after a bombing in Jakarta
A police post in the center of Thamrin street across from Sarinah shopping mall damaged after a bombing in Jakarta
A police post in the center of Thamrin street across from Sarinah shopping mall damaged after a bombing in Jakarta
© AP Photo/Achmad Ibrahim
Smoke billows from an explosion in Jakarta
Smoke billows from an explosion in Jakarta
Smoke billows from an explosion in Jakarta
© Christian Hubel via AP
Police officers deployed near the site of explosion in Jakarta
Police officers deployed near the site of explosion in Jakarta
Police officers deployed near the site of explosion in Jakarta
© AP Photo/Dita Alangkara
Police cordon sealing off the scene of a bomb blast in Jakarta
Police cordon sealing off the scene of a bomb blast in Jakarta
Police cordon sealing off the scene of a bomb blast in Jakarta
© EPA/RONI BINTANG
The site of a bomb blast in Jakarta
The site of a bomb blast in Jakarta
The site of a bomb blast in Jakarta
© EPA/RONI BINTANG
An armed Indonesian police officer securing the area following gunfire and bomb blasts in front of a shopping mall in Jakarta
An armed Indonesian police officer securing the area following gunfire and bomb blasts in front of a shopping mall in Jakarta
An armed Indonesian police officer securing the area following gunfire and bomb blasts in front of a shopping mall in Jakarta
© EPA/ALFIAN
Members of the Indonesian police
Members of the Indonesian police
Members of the Indonesian police
© EPA/BAGUS INDAHONO
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Members of the Indonesian police at the site of bomb blast in front of a shopping mall in Jakarta, Indonesia
© EPA/BAGUS INDAHONO
Police officers rushing to take their position near the site of an explosion in Jakarta
© AP Photo/Tatan Syuflana
A police post in the center of Thamrin street across from Sarinah shopping mall damaged after a bombing in Jakarta
© AP Photo/Achmad Ibrahim
Smoke billows from an explosion in Jakarta
© Christian Hubel via AP
Police officers deployed near the site of explosion in Jakarta
© AP Photo/Dita Alangkara
Police cordon sealing off the scene of a bomb blast in Jakarta
© EPA/RONI BINTANG
The site of a bomb blast in Jakarta
© EPA/RONI BINTANG
An armed Indonesian police officer securing the area following gunfire and bomb blasts in front of a shopping mall in Jakarta
© EPA/ALFIAN
Members of the Indonesian police
© EPA/BAGUS INDAHONO

A series of explosions hit Jakarta on January 14 killing at least seven people. The gunmen attacked the police post located at the entrance to the Sarinah shopping mall. A policeman was killed by a grenade explosion, three civilians were injured in a shootout. According to the law enforcement agencies, the gunmen then threw a grenade at the Starbucks cafe and hid themselves in the building of Jakarta Theater where they were neutralized. The attack was carried out by seven militants. Four militants were wiped out and another three arrested in the special operation. Indonesian President Joko Widodo said the attacks were an "act of terror." 

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