Australians told to avoid Jakarta hotels

CANBERRA - Foreign affairs officials have issued their strongest travel warning yet for Indonesia. Travellers are still being urged to defer all non-essential travel to Indonesia, and today the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade issued a stronger warning for Australians to avoid international hotels in Jakarta. Travel warnings for the region have been stepped up since the bombing of the Marriott Hotel in Jakarta on August 5. Prime Minister John Howard has warned of a possible terrorist attack on Australians both at home and abroad. All feedback Feedback

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