Indonesian authorities said Wednesday they shot and killed three "alleged terrorists" who staged an attack on a police headquarters that left one officer dead and several wounded, the local police chief said.
Indonesia is on high alert after a wave of recent bombings in the country's second-largest city, Surabaya.
This week's bloody violence is putting pressure on lawmakers to pass a stalled security law that would give police more power to take pre-emptive action against people suspected of planning terror attacks.
Police have been frequent targets of mostly low level attacks by local militants, including a 2017 suicide bombing at a bus station in Jakarta that killed three police officers.
The driver of the van then attempted to the flee the scene, hitting and killing one police officer, he added.
Following the 2002 Bali bombings, it had been widely praised for its sustained anti-terrorism crackdown.
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All six bombers were killed, including the mother who was Indonesia's first known female suicide bomber.
Police suspect they were carried out by a cell of the Islamic State-inspired group Jemaah Ansharut Daulah (JAD), an umbrella organization on a U.S. State Department terrorist list that is reckoned to have drawn hundreds of Indonesian sympathizers of Islamic State.
On Monday, a suicide bomb attack outside a police building, carried out by one family and claimed by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) group, killed at least 10 people.
Tribunnews.com reported a TV journalist, not yet identified at the time of writing, suffered some wounds because he was near the fences for a news release on drugs at the police headquarters.
The police shot two of them, Doddy said.