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(AFP) – Indonesian authorities will arm some prosecutors, especially those working in trouble-spots, following the murder of a lawyer in Central Sulawesi , a news report said Sunday. Ferry Silalahi, who helped try terrorism cases in the sectarian violence-plagued province, was shot several times in his car on Wednesday. “Firearms are now a necessity, seen from the high-risk roles of prosecutors,’ said deputy attorney general for Intelligence Affairs Basri Arief, according to the Koran Tempo newspaper.