Police found 11 bombs Thursday on an Indonesian island that has been plagued by religious violence in recent years, an officer said.
The bombs, found in an empty house in Poso town on Sulawesi, contained ammonium nitrate, kerosine and fuses and could be detonated by either a timing device or a hand phone, said Col. Didi Royadi.
Clashes between Muslims and Christian in 2001-2002 on Sulawesi left more than 1,000 dead.
Sporadic bombings and attacks, mostly targeting the Christian community, have continued, reports the AP.
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