The suicide bombers rode two motorbikes up to a checkpoint outside a police station and blew themselves up, Tito Karnavian, the police chief in Indonesia's second-largest city, told a news conference. Of those killed, 13 were the perpetrators.
The families behind a wave of suicide bombings in the Indonesian city of Surabaya were all members of the same religious study group and radicalised their children through homeschooling, investigators in East Java have said.
The family was one among hundreds in Indonesia, who had returned from Syria and has observed the IS occupation there. Experts have warned for several years that when those fighters return, they could pose a significant threat.
The Islamic State group claimed responsibility for all the attacks in statements carried by its Aamaq news agency.
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A bomb prematurely exploded Sunday night at an apartment in the Surabaya suburb of Sidoarjo, killing a mother and daughter. Children have no choice.
All told, 25 people have died since Sunday including a total of 13 militants and their children.
Indonesian President Joko Widodo condemned the attacks as "barbaric" and vowed that authorities would root out and destroy Islamic militant networks. At least one fatality was confirmed, but initial reports said at least seven people were dead, including four of the attackers, and that 10 people were injured, including four policemen. The motorcycles, which moved closely together, pulled up alongside a auto and four officers manning opposite sides of the checkpoint.
The three families are believed to members of the pro-Isis Indonesian militant group, Jamaah Ansharut Daulah (JAD).
In Surabaya, Indonesia, a family has involved an 8-year-old girl, in a suicide bomb attack in order to settle scores with an opposition.
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Elsewhere family and friends mourned the deaths of the 12 people killed in the church blasts. He said that all the children who survived their parents' attacks will be given counseling to help them recover.
Earlier on Tuesday, police searched the home of the family that bombed Surabaya's police headquarters and found unexploded bombs.
Police said they were hunting for two senior JAD members in East Java.
At Surabaya Centre Pentecostal Church, Futrianto then drove his auto onto the church grounds and detonated explosives.
The daughters were aged 9 and 12, while the sons were 16 and 18 years old, respectively.
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