01 Apr '11, 9pm

TravelNews |- Australia warns about possible attacks in Indonesia: Australia has elevated its travel warning for...

Australia has elevated its travel warning for Indonesia, saying Westerners faced potential danger in areas like Bali and Jakarta "in the short term", as militants may be planning revenge attacks after one of their senior commanders was reportedly arrested in Pakistan. Terror suspect Umar Patek is believed to have been the deputy field commander of the Jemaah Islamiah during the 2002 Bali nightclub bombings which killed 202 people, mostly Indonesians and Australians. Australia's Foreign Ministry said any new attacks were more likely to focus on places where large numbers of Westerners gathered, like nightclubs, bars, restaurants, hotels and airports. Reuters

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