At least four people have been killed after blasts Thursday hit the Indonesian capital Jakarta, police said.
"Four people died, one police officer and three civilians," national police spokesman Anton Charliyan told AFP.
"For now the gunfire has stopped but they are still on the run, we are afraid there will be more gunshots."
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