7 killed in Jakarta attacks: police

Seven people, including four suspected attackers, are killed in bomb and gun attacks in the Indonesian capital Jakarta, police say. 

Three police are seriously injured in the attacks near the Sarinah shopping complex in central Jakarta, city police spokesman Muhammad Iqbal says. 

"Four suspected perpetrators were killed in a gunfight with the police," Iqbal tells TVOne. 

He says police believe no attackers are on the loose.  

Last update: Thu, 14/01/2016 - 11:56

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