Australian Government Also Unleash Travel Advice After Bomb Explosion in Surabaya

By : Chodijah Febriyani And Aldi Firhand A | Monday, May 14 2018 - 21:59 IWST

Bomb Location in Surabaya (Photo Dok Industry.co.id)
Bomb Location in Surabaya (Photo Dok Industry.co.id)

INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta - The Australian Government, has issued a travel appeals or Travel Advice for its citizens after the suicide bomb explosion in Surabaya on Sunday morning (13/05/2018) that occurred in three churches in Surabaya, East Java.

The three churches are the Immaculate Sacred Catholic Church at Jalan Ngagel Madya Utara, Indonesian Christian Church on Jalan Diponegoro 146, and Central Surabaya Pentecostal Church (GPPS) on Jalan Arjuna.

"On May 13, 2018 there were bomb attacks in three churches in Surabaya that caused many deaths and injuries, Australians were reminded of the increasing risk of further attacks ahead of and during Ramadan (mid-May to mid-June 2018)," wrote government travel advice Australia quoted from smartraveller.gov.au, Monday (14/05/2018).

In addition, the Australian Government also warned to remain vigilant in Indonesia, including in Bali. "Our level of advice has not changed, including Bali, which is higher in some parts of the country," he wrote.

Known as suicide bombing in Surabaya until this morning is known the latest data obtained from the Surabaya Besar Provincial Police Station said, 14 victims were killed and 39 others were injured.

Bomb attacks also re-occur Monday morning, May 14, 2018 at Mapolrestabes Surabaya, precisely at 08.50 pm.

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