Three policemen were killed Wednesday night when two suicide attackers detonated bombs at a busy bus station in the Indonesian capital Jakarta, police said.
“With deep sadness we announce that three officers are deceased,” national police spokesman Setyo Wasisto said.
Two attackers were also dead and 10 people were injured, including five officers, Wasisto added.
Photos circulating on social media showed the strewn body parts of one of the suspected attackers.
Officers were guarding a parade to mark the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan, which starts on Saturday, when the attack occurred near a bus shelter at the Kampung Melayu terminal in eastern Jakarta, police said.
Police have been frequent targets of attacks in Indonesia following a crackdown on Islamic militants in the wake of the 2002 Bali bombings, which killed 202 people.
Wednesday’s attack was the second to hit the Indonesian capital in less than two years.
In January 2016, a gun and bomb attack in Jakarta’s business district killed eight people, including four attackers.
Indonesia, the world’s most populous Muslim-majority country, has been hit by a spate of terrorist attacks that have killed hundreds of people since 2000.