ISIS-linked terrorist group leader shot dead in Indonesia’s jungle

The leader of an ISIS-linked terrorist network in Indonesia was killed in a shootout with security forces, Police said.

Ali Kalora, head of the East Indonesia Mujahideen (MIT), was shot dead Saturday in Sulawesi island’s jungle along with another member identified as Jaka Ramadhan. Police said they have launched a manhunt for four more MIT terrorists. “We will keep looking until we get them,” Rudy Sufahriadi, police chief of Central Sulawesi province, said Sunday.