A small bomb exploded in one of Indonesia’s largest cities Monday morning.
Police said it captured one suspect and reported no casualties.
The bomb, Wall Street Journal said, exploded in a park in downtown Bandung, a city of more than two million people in western Java.
Police had captured one suspect – who was wounded – in a nearby government building, and were checking to see if others are involved.
The bomb wasn’t powerful and appeared to be the size of a pot. Police said they expect to declare the area safe within hours.
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