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Stories Couple: Car Bomb and Tito Karnavian

stories couple: At least 41 people were injured in the attacks, which Indonesia's president condemned as barbaric. article continues below Trending Stories Couple on work visa stranded after their car stolen along with passports, all their possessions West Vancouver's 'Real Housewife' ordered to pay retroactive child support Squamish chief launches bid for mayor of VancouverP!nk hikes Capilano trail, thanks Vancouver for being 'damned awesome'National police chief Tito Karnavian said that the father exploded a car bomb, two sons aged 18 and 16 used a motorcycle for their attack, and the mother was with her two young daughters for her attack, according to Vancouver Courier. The woman and the two girls were all wearing explosives, Karnavian said. At least seven people plus the six family members, who included girls aged 9 and 12, died in the attacks in Surabaya, according to police. Karnavian said the family had returned to Indonesia from Syria, where until recently the Islamic State group controlled significant territory. But the use of children to execute Sunday's attacks in Surabaya, a port city on Java island, has sent shockwaves of anger and disgust across the sprawling country. The 2002 bombings on the tourist island of Bali, which killed 202 people in one night, mostly foreigners, are Indonesia's deadliest terror attack. ( As reported in the news.