Another Explosion Rocks Indonesia
Police headquarters in Surabaya, Indonesia, has been attacked by a suspected suicide bomb, reportedly injuring at least 11 people.
What you need to know
- Reports four police officers and six civilians have been injured after a car bomb exploded in Surabaya, Indonesia
- The explosion follows a wave of attacks on Sunday
Police headquarters in Surabaya, Indonesia's second-largest city, have been targeted in a reported suicide bombing at about 9am (12pm AEST) Monday.
Initial reports say at least four police officers and six civilians were injured in the blast, however the extent of the injuries are not yet known.
"There was a vehicle bomb attack in the Surabaya city police headquarters.," confirmed East Java Police Spokesman Frans Barung Mangera.
"Both the four-wheeled and two-wheeled vehicles are still under assessment as the incident is still very fresh, and we're confirming that there are victims."
"Whether they are of injuries or death, I urge the press to wait as we're still in the crime scene."
Vision of the attack shows two motorcycles, each with two riders, pulling up to a checkpoint outside the building before at least one explosion occurs.
This latest attack comes just one day after a triple suicide-bomb attack on three Christian churches killed 13 people.