Bali bombings

Bali bombings

Bali executes three nightclub bombers who left 202 dead

THREE Islamic extremists convicted of the 2002 Bali nightclub bombings which killed more than 200 people and left dozens more horrifically maimed have been executed by firing squad.

Victims of Bali bombings remembered

MOURNERS placed flowers and pictures of their loved ones at a memorial on the site of the Bali bombings yesterday on the fifth anniversary of the attack, in which 202 people, including 28 Britons, died.

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Bali bombings documentary banned

CENSORS have barred a documentary on the 2002 Bali bombings from being shown at an international film festival over concerns that remarks made by one of the bombers in the film could encourage terrorist attacks.

Bali bombing pair released to mark Islamic celebration

TWO militants jailed following the Bali bombings that killed 202 people have been freed to mark an Islamic celebration.

Bali bombers' jail terms cut

TWO Islamic militants jailed for the Bali bombings that killed 202 people will be released from prison tomorrow and ten others will have their sentences reduced to mark the end of the Islamic fasting month, officials said.

Families welcome move to try Bali bomb suspect

FAMILIES of British victims who died in the 2002 Bali bombings today welcomed the news that a key suspect has been moved to Guantanamo Bay, and will eventually face trial.

Bomb suspect aide is jailed

JUDGES today sentenced an Islamic militant to eight years in jail for harbouring the alleged mastermind of last year's suicide bombings in Bali.

Bali nightclub bombers are granted stay of execution

THREE Bali bombers set to be put to death by firing squad tomorrow for the murder of 202 people have been granted a stay of execution.

Outcry as Bali bomber is let out of jail and sentences cut

INDONESIA has sparked fury across the world by releasing one of the Bali bombers early and reducing the sentences of 11 others to mark the nation's independence day.

Fifth of Indonedia's Muslims support Bali bombings

ONE fifth of Indonesian Muslims surveyed in March said militant bombings that killed more than 220 people on the resort island of Bali were justified because of the decadent lifestyle there.

Outrage over Bali bomb cleric's jail release

THE radical Indonesian cleric Abu Bakar Bashir walked out of a Jakarta jail yesterday after serving 26 months for links to the 2002 Bali bombings, and called on jubilant supporters to join forces to help the spread of Islamic law.

Militant Bali bombing cleric is released from Jakarta jail

A SENIOR al-Qaida militant who was blamed for the 2002 Bali bombings and other deadly attacks has walked free from prison.

Bali bombings accused 'ready to face death'

THREE militants awaiting trial for their alleged role in last year's Bali bombings that killed 20 people said today they considered themselves martyrs and were ready to face the death sentence.

Bin Laden fund link to blasts in Indonesia

OSAMA BIN LADEN'S terror network helped fund all of the suicide bombings in Indonesia in the past four years, a senior police official said today, highlighting links between al-Qaida and the regional militant group Jemaah Islamiyah.

Bali prison stormed

HUNDREDS of protesters demanding death for the 2002 Bali bombers broke down the gates of a prison yesterday on the third anniversary of the attacks, as anger grew over fresh terrorist strikes on the resort island.

Man held in Bali bombs probe

POLICE have arrested a man who allegedly shared a rented room with one of three suicide bombers on Bali before this month's attacks on crowded restaurants.

Bali bomb suspect arrested

Indonesian police have arrested a man over the Bali suicide bombings, which killed 23 people on 1 October.

Bali terrorist suspect flees police raid

THE investigation into the Bali terrorist attacks gathered pace today after police said a suspect narrowly escaped capture in a raid.

Bali bomb suspect narrowly avoids capture

THE alleged Bali bombing mastermind, Noordin Mohamed Top, narrowly escaped capture yesterday, when he fled a remote village hours before a pre-dawn raid by anti-terrorist police.

Briton among Bali bomb dead

A BRITISH businessman will today be confirmed as one of at least 26 people to have died in the bombing of a restaurant on a Bali beach last weekend.

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