Indonesia 'hunting terror cells' linked to bombers


Jakarta's chief of police has said Indonesia is hunting terror cells believed to be behind Thursday's attack on the capital.

Two civilians and five attackers died in the gun and bomb assault in a busy commercial district.

Police Chief said the attackers had been "neutralised" but were linked to groups across Indonesia and were "part of a global network".

The Islamic State (militant group has said it was behind the attack.

It released a statement online saying it had been carried out by "soldiers of the Caliphate", targeting "citizens of the Crusader coalition" against the group.