INDONESIA : TWO BOMBS KILL CHRISTIANS IN TENTENA
Documents reveal plot to carry out more attacks throughout the country.
May 31 (Compass) — Two bombs, timed to inflict the greatest possible damage, exploded in a refugee village for Christians in Tentena, Indonesia, on Saturday morning, killing 21 people and injuring 49.
The first bomb exploded at around 8:15 a.m., May 28, in the crowded morning market. As friends and family members came running to assist the injured, a second bomb exploded near the market entrance.
At press time, 21 were confirmed dead. Some reports said as many as 49 were injured.