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Indonesia Remembers Bali Bombings
Survivors, relatives, and tourists gathered on the site of the blasts in Kuta, Bali's main tourist strip where Islamist extremists detonated two bombs targeting packed nightclubs in 2002. A solemn memorial service was held at the Indonesian resort island of Bali on Monday, October 12, 2009, to mark the seventh anniversary of the terrorist attacks that resulted in the death of 202 people, many of which were Western tourists.   
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Indonesia Remembers Bali Bombings

Oct. 12: Participants throw flower petals to pay tribute to the victims in Kuta beach, Bali, Indonesia, marking the 7th anniversary of the 2002 terrorists' attacks at nightclubs in Kuta that killed 202 people.

(AP Photo)

Indonesia Remembers Bali Bombings

Oct. 12: Foreign tourists light bamboo torches to pay their respects in remembrance of those killed as they mark the 7th anniversary of the deadly nightclub bombings which killed 202 people, at Kuta beach, in Bali, Indonesia.

(AP Photo)

Indonesia Remembers Bali Bombings

Oct. 12: A Balinese man carries a memorial plaque created in remembrance of a family member who was killed in the 2002 terror attacks.

(AP Photo)

Indonesia Remembers Bali Bombings

Oct. 12: A Balinese man lays flowers to remember his family who were killed in the 2002 terror attacks as survivors and relatives mark the 7th anniversary of the deadly nightclub bombings at Kuta beach.

(AP Photo)

Indonesia Remembers Bali Bombings

Oct. 12: Survivors of the 2002 Bali bombings and their relatives toss flower petals to a fountain to pay tribute to the victims in Kuta beach, Bali, Indonesia. This day commemorates the 7th anniversary of the terrorists' attacks at nightclubs, the Sari Club and Paddy's Bar, in Kuta, that killed 202 people.

(AP Photo)

Indonesia Remembers Bali Bombings

Oct. 12: A foreign tourist holds a candle to pay her respects in remembrance of those killed as Indonesia marked the 7th anniversary of the deadly nightclub bombings.

(AP Photo)

Indonesia Remembers Bali Bombings

Oct. 12: A Balinese man carries a memorial plaque created in remembrance of a family member who was killed in the 2002 terror attacks.

(AP Photo)

Indonesia Remembers Bali Bombings

Oct. 12: A Balinese man lays flowers to remember his family who were killed in the 2002 terror attacks as survivors and relatives mark the 7th anniversary of the deadly nightclub bombings at Kuta beach.

(AP Photo)

Indonesia Remembers Bali Bombings

Oct. 12: Survivors of the 2002 Bali bombings and their relatives toss flower petals to a fountain to pay tribute to the victims in Kuta beach, Bali, Indonesia. This day commemorates the 7th anniversary of the terrorists' attacks at nightclubs, the Sari Club and Paddy's Bar, in Kuta, that killed 202 people.

(AP Photo)

Indonesia Remembers Bali Bombings

Survivors, relatives, and tourists gathered on the site of the blasts in Kuta, Bali's main tourist strip where Islamist extremists detonated two bombs targeting packed nightclubs in 2002. A solemn memorial service was held at the Indonesian resort island of Bali on Monday, October 12, 2009, to mark the seventh anniversary of the terrorist attacks that resulted in the death of 202 people, many of which were Western tourists.   

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