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Malaysian police have arrested seven men with links to the Islamic State militant group who were planning attacks on non-Muslim places of worship and other targets, authorities said on Saturday.

The Muslim-majority country has been on high alert since gunmen allied with Islamic State carried out a series of attacks in Jakarta, the capital of neighboring Indonesia, in January 2016.

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