List of Recent Bombings in Indonesia

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Details of bombings in Indonesia since 1999:

— Aug. 5, 2003: A suspected car bomb exploded at the Marriott hotel in Jakarta, killing 10 and injuring 103 people. Police said the blast was likely a suicide attack.

— July 14, 2003: A bomb shattered glass and damaged a wall in Indonesia's Parliament, just days after police arrested nine Islamic militants they said were planning fresh terror attacks.

— April, 28, 2003: A pipe bomb ripped through the departures terminal of Jakarta airport, killing 11 people.

— April 24, 2003: A small bomb exploded behind a U.N. building in Jakarta. No one was injured.

— Oct. 12, 2002: Three near-simultaneous blasts rocked a resort on the island of Bali (search) killing 202 people, mostly foreign tourists. Police blame the Southeast Asian terror group Jemaah Islamiyah for the attacks.

— July 1, 2002: A bomb killed one person and injured six at a Jakarta supermarket near a large army housing complex, where many of Indonesia's high-ranking generals live.

— Jan.1, 2002: A hand grenade blew up in front of a restaurant at a busy shopping center in Jakarta, killing one person during New Year's celebrations.

— Sept. 23, 2002: A car bomb wrecked the basement of a Jakarta supermarket, but killed no one. Police said Jemaah Islamiyah (search) militants may have been responsible.

— Dec. 24, 2000: 16 people were killed during a wave of Christmas Eve bombings that hit dozens of churches in ten cities across Indonesia. Alleged Jemaah Islamiyah chief Abu Bakar Bashir is currently on trial for the bombings.

— Sept. 13, 2000: A car bomb exploded inside the garage of the Jakarta Stock Exchange building, killing 10 people and injuring 16. Police claim Acehnese separatists rebels were behind the explosion. The rebels said they had nothing to do with it.

— Aug. 1, 2000: A bomb killed two people and seriously injured the Philippine Ambassador to Indonesia. Police said the attack was mounted to avenge an assault that ousted the Muslim separatist Moro Islamic Liberation Front (search) from their camp on the Philippines' southern island of Mindanao in 1999.

— April 19, 1999: The ground floor of Jakarta's main Istiqlal mosque was destroyed by a bomb allegedly set off by Jemaah Islamiyah extremists, police said. No one was injured.