BBC – A bomb explosion at Jakarta airport early on Sunday has left at least 11 people injured, police say.
The blast occurred at 0635 (2335GMT Saturday) behind a KFC restaurant in the F2 domestic departures area.
Police chief General Da’i Bachtiar said it was caused by a low-level device, possibly a pipe bomb, but that no one had yet claimed responsibility.
There have been a number of bomb attacks in Indonesia in recent years, the most serious in Bali last October, when more than 200 people, mostly foreigners.
Militant Muslims have been blamed for the attack on the Bali nightclub.
A blast at a McDonald’s restaurant in Sulawesi late last year killed three people.
Like McDonald’s, KFC is an American-owned restaurant chain.
A worker at the airport said that there was a brief power cut, followed by a loud blast.
Witnesses said that windows shattered, and debris was thrown across the terminal building, with blood everywhere.
One of the victims is reported to be seriously injured, and another is said to be a 12-year-old girl.
There are reports that a bag, which may have contained the device, was left under a chair in the area between the restaurant and check-in desks for Garuda, the Indonesian national carrier.
Flights are continuing to take off and arrive at the airport.