Armed police officers stand guard outside the gate of national police headquarters following a suspected militant attack, in Jakarta, Indonesia March 31, 2021. An armed woman was shot dead by authorities at the police headquarters in Jakarta in an alleged terrorist attack. REUTERS/Willy Kurniawan

An armed police officer stands guard outside national police headquarters following a suspected militant attack, in Jakarta, Indonesia March 31, 2021. Footage from March 31 shows a woman wielding what appears to be a gun patrolling outside the Indonesian National Police headquarters before being shot by authorities. REUTERS/Willy Kurniawan

An armed police officer stands guard outside national police headquarters following a suspected militant attack, in Jakarta, Indonesia March 31, 2021. A woman shot dead by Indonesian police at the force's national headquarters in an exchange of gunfire was a "lone wolf" who believed in Islamic State (IS) ideology, police chief Listyo Sigit Prabowo told a news conference. ANTARA PHOTO/Muhammad Adimaja

An armed police officer stands guard outside national police headquarters following a suspected militant attack, in Jakarta, Indonesia March 31, 2021. The 25-year-old, identified only by her initials ZA, had fired six times at officers near an entrance post to the headquarters before being taken down, Sigit said. ANTARA PHOTO/Muhammad Adimaja

Armed police officers stand guard at the gate of national police headquarters following a suspected militant attack, in Jakarta, Indonesia March 31, 2021. REUTERS/Willy Kurniawan

Situation of national police headquarters following a suspected militant attack, in Jakarta, Indonesia March 31, 2021. ANTARA PHOTO/Muhammad Adimaja