The latest attacks underscore concerns over rising sectarian tensions in the world’s most populous Muslim majority nation. Photo: EPA

Indonesia under pressure to pass anti-terror law after wave of suicide bomb attacks in Surabaya

Anti-terror legislation, which has been stalled in parliament since February 2016, would give police sweeping powers of arrest and the ability to detain suspects for up to six months

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The latest attacks underscore concerns over rising sectarian tensions in the world’s most populous Muslim majority nation. Photo: EPA
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