Indonesian police have arrested 24 suspects linked to the 2002 Bali bombing and the 2003 bombing of Jakarta’s J.W. Marriott hotel, the Jakarta Post said Friday.
The suspects, who were arrested over several days this week, are being held under anti-terrorism laws that permit seven days’ detention without charge, the police said.
The newspaper reported that the detainees were arrested in central Java, where police were searching for those responsible for bombings in Poso, central Sulawesi, that killed 22 people in May.
Several of the suspects had been preparing to travel to the Philippines, the report said…