In Pictures: "We are not afraid," says Jakarta

Indonesian students hold placards that say,  'Peace for all' and 'We are ready to protect world peace' during an anti-terrorist rally in Jakarta, Indonesia, on Jan 15, 2016.
Indonesian students hold placards that say, 'Peace for all' and 'We are ready to protect world peace' during an anti-terrorist rally in Jakarta, Indonesia, on Jan 15, 2016. PHOTO: EPA
Indonesian activists shout slogans and hold a banner reading 'Indonesia is not afraid' in Jakarta, Indonesia, on Jan 15, 2016.
Indonesian activists shout slogans and hold a banner reading 'Indonesia is not afraid' in Jakarta, Indonesia, on Jan 15, 2016. PHOTO: EPA
People hold flowers during a rally at the scene of Thursday's gun and bomb attack in central Jakarta, Indonesia on Jan 15, 2016.
People hold flowers during a rally at the scene of Thursday's gun and bomb attack in central Jakarta, Indonesia on Jan 15, 2016.PHOTO: REUTERS
Women hold placards during a vigil outside the damaged Starbucks coffee shop in central Jakarta on Jan 15, 2016, a day after a series of explosions hit the Indonesian capital.
Women hold placards during a vigil outside the damaged Starbucks coffee shop in central Jakarta on Jan 15, 2016, a day after a series of explosions hit the Indonesian capital. PHOTO: AFP
A man wearing Darth Vader costume holds a placard as he stands on the Thamrin street near the scene of Thursday's gun and bomb attack, in Jakarta, Indonesia, on Jan 15, 2016.
A man wearing Darth Vader costume holds a placard as he stands on the Thamrin street near the scene of Thursday's gun and bomb attack, in Jakarta, Indonesia, on Jan 15, 2016. PHOTO: REUTERS
Flowers on the ground at the scene of a bombing attack that killed two civilians the day before, in Jakarta, Indonesia, on Jan 15, 2016.
Flowers on the ground at the scene of a bombing attack that killed two civilians the day before, in Jakarta, Indonesia, on Jan 15, 2016. PHOTO: EPA
People hold up flowers and shout 'we are not afraid' at the scene of a bombing attack that killed two civilians the day before, in Jakarta, Indonesia, on Jan 15, 2016.
People hold up flowers and shout 'we are not afraid' at the scene of a bombing attack that killed two civilians the day before, in Jakarta, Indonesia, on Jan 15, 2016.PHOTO: EPA

 The day after a deadly gun and bomb attack in Jakarta killed two civilians and injured more than 20 others, Indonesians gathered to say "Kami tidak takut," or "We are not afraid" in Bahasa Indonesia. The words best sum up the spirit of a city that is no stranger to terror threats.

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