Bomb attacks in Jakarta on Friday are the latest in a long line of deadly strikes on prominent hotels worldwide that show, despite stringent security measures, they remain a favorite target for terrorists.
At least six people, plus two suicide bombers, were killed and more than 50 injured on Friday when explosions ripped through the JW Marriott and Ritz-Carlton hotels in the Indonesian capital.
With internationally known brands popular with foreign business travelers, such hotels make prime objectives for extremists seeking to maximize impact and publicity for their cause. Read full article »
CNN's Mallika Kapur and Gregor Hunter contributed to this story