An Indonesian man wounded in the Jakarta attacks dies, bringing the death toll from the IS-linked attack to eight. A minimum of 20 people have been injured. Authorities have made 12 arrests and shut down 11 websites in the aftermath of the attacks. The attackers have been tentatively identified as belonging to a group linked with the Islamic State, and some of the attackers have been identified as known militants.
Indonesian police name Naim on suspicion of planning the deadly bombing in Jakarta. Three other men are also arrested in pre-dawn raids. The arrests are in response to attacks that killed seven, including the attackers. Naim is believed to be in Syria fighting for ISIL. Jakarta police chief:
His vision is to unite all ISIS-supporting elements in Southeast Asia, including Indonesia, Malaysia and the Philippines.