Indonesia: Airport is target for plane bombing: expert.
A leading terror expert has warned lax security at Indonesian airports presents a significant risk that Islamic State could bomb planes, with Australians possibly targeted. Professor Clive Williams, from the Australian National University's Centre for Military and Security Law, says support for IS in the world's most populous Muslim nation also heightens the risk. The warning follows Russian security forces saying on Wednesday they are certain a bomb brought down an Airbus jet on October 31 after it left Sharm al-Sheikh in Egypt, killing all 224 people aboard. Egyptian security officials have confirmed CCTV footage showed a baggage handler carrying a suitcase from an airport building to another man loading luggage from the runway onto the doomed airliner. Prof Williams, also a member of the International Association of Bomb Technicians and Investigators, told AAP it would not be too difficult for an unsophisticated explosive device to be planted on a plane leaving Indonesia. "I think it's more likely that being copy-catted than the kind of attack done in Paris," he told AAP on Wednesday. Read more at: http://www.9news.com.au/national/2015/11/18/15/19/indonesia-target-for-plane-bombing-expert
Source: 9 News.
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