JAKARTA: At least six people have been killed in consecutive blasts outside UN office in Indonesia, while several injured. According to media, firing started after blasts.
According to foreign news agency, six people have been killed, while several injured in consecutive blasts outside UN office Indonesian capital Jakarta. Meanwhile, UN personnel Geremy Douglas said that firing between terrorists and security forces continued after blasts.
On the other hand, local media stated that bombs exploded in the centre of city and there are reports of two people killing, while AbbTakk representative present in Jakarta said that the blasts occurred outside Sarina Shopping centre, which is near Presidential palace and UN office.
Police spokesman further said that people have been prevented to come out of their houses in view of fear of more bomb blasts and police started search operation after cordoning off the area.