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Bali Bombers Have a Family Visit - 29 Oct 2007
Bali Bombers Have a Family Visit - 29 Oct 2007
INDONESIA/
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October 29, 2007
Convicted Bali bomber Imam Samudera alias Abdul Aziz talks to his daughter during his last family visit...
Nusa Kambangan, Indonesia
Convicted Bali bomber Imam Samudera alias Abdul Aziz talks to his daughter during his last family visit...
Convicted Bali bomber Imam Samudera alias Abdul Aziz talks to his daughter during his last family visit in Batu prison, Nusa Kambangan Island, October 29, 2007. Three Indonesian militants on death row for their involvement in planning the Bali bombings five years ago said they were ready to die and would not seek a presidential pardon. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA)
INDONESIA-MILITANT/
RTR1VG8Y
October 29, 2007
Convicted Bali bombers, from L to R: Ali Ghufron alias Mukhlas, Amrozi and Imam Samudera alias Abdul...
Nusa Kambangan, Indonesia
Convicted Bali bombers talk to journalists after meeting their relatives in Batu prison, Nusakambangan...
Convicted Bali bombers, from L to R: Ali Ghufron alias Mukhlas, Amrozi and Imam Samudera alias Abdul Aziz, talk to journalists after meeting their relatives in Batu prison, Nusakambangan Island, October 29, 2007. Three Indonesian militants on death row for their involvement in planning the Bali bombings five years ago said they were ready to die and would not seek a presidential pardon. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA)
INDONESIA-MILITANT/
RTR1VG93
October 29, 2007
Relatives of convicted Bali bombers disembark from a ferry in Nusa Kambangan island, before their last...
Nusa Kambangan, Indonesia
Relatives of convicted Bali bombers disembark from a ferry in Nusa Kambangan island, before their last...
Relatives of convicted Bali bombers disembark from a ferry in Nusa Kambangan island, before their last family visit in Batu prison October 29, 2007. The three Indonesians sentenced to death for the 2002 Bali blasts, which killed more than 200 people, say they are ready to be executed and their only regret is that Muslims died in the attack. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA)
INDONESIA.
RTR1VG7W
October 29, 2007
Convicted Bali bomber Amrozi (R) hugs his son Hendra during his last family visit in Batu prison, Nusa...
Nusa Kambangan, Indonesia
Convicted Bali bomber Amrozi hugs his son Hendra during his last family visit in Batu prison, Nusa Kambangan...
Convicted Bali bomber Amrozi (R) hugs his son Hendra during his last family visit in Batu prison, Nusa Kambangan Island, October 29, 2007. The three Indonesians sentenced to death for the 2002 Bali blasts, which killed more than 200 people, say they are ready to be executed and their only regret is that Muslims died in the attack. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA)
INDONESIA/
RTR1VG83
October 29, 2007
Convicted Bali bomber Imam Samudra alias Abdul Aziz (R) speaks to relatives during his last family visit...
Nusa Kambangan, Indonesia
Convicted Bali bomber Imam Samudra speaks to relatives during his last family visit in Batu prison, Nusa...
Convicted Bali bomber Imam Samudra alias Abdul Aziz (R) speaks to relatives during his last family visit in Batu prison, Nusa Kambangan Island, October 29, 2007. The three Indonesians sentenced to death for the 2002 Bali blasts, which killed more than 200 people, say they are ready to be executed and their only regret is that Muslims died in the attack. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA)
INDONESIA-MILITANT
RTR1VG60
October 29, 2007
Convicted Bali bomber Amrozi (C) hugs his daughter Khaulah (R) in front of Amrozi's mother during their...
Nusa Kambangan, Indonesia
Convicted Bali bomber Amrozi hugs his daughter Khaulah in front of Amrozi's mother during last family...
Convicted Bali bomber Amrozi (C) hugs his daughter Khaulah (R) in front of Amrozi's mother during their last family visit at Batu prison, Nusakambangan Island, Indonesia, October 29, 2007. Three Indonesian militants on death row for their involvement in planning the Bali bombings five years ago said they were ready to die and would not seek a presidential pardon.
REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA)
INDONESIA/
RTR1VG8N
October 29, 2007
Convicted Bali bomber Imam Samudera alias Abdul Aziz (C) walks with his daughter during his last family...
Nusa Kambangan, Indonesia
Convicted Bali bomber Imam Samudera walks with his daughter during his last family visit in Batu prison,...
Convicted Bali bomber Imam Samudera alias Abdul Aziz (C) walks with his daughter during his last family visit in Batu prison, Nusa Kambangan Island, October 29, 2007. Three Indonesian militants on death row for their involvement in planning the Bali bombings five years ago said they were ready to die and would not seek a presidential pardon. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA)
INDONESIA/
RTR1VG7U
October 29, 2007
Convicted Bali bomber Imam Samudera alias Abdul Aziz (C) sit along his sons during his last family visit...
Nusa Kambangan, Indonesia
Convicted Bali bomber Imam Samudera sit along his sons during his last family visit in Batu prison, Nusakambangan...
Convicted Bali bomber Imam Samudera alias Abdul Aziz (C) sit along his sons during his last family visit in Batu prison, Nusakambangan Island, October 29, 2007. Three Indonesian militants on death row for their involvement in planning the Bali bombings five years ago said they were ready to die and would not seek a presidential pardon. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA)
INDONESIA-MILITANT/
RTR1VG8G
October 29, 2007
Convicted Bali bomber Imam Samudera alias Abdul Aziz walks with his daughter during his last family visit...
Nusa Kambangan, Indonesia
Convicted Bali bomber Imam Samudera alias Abdul Aziz walks with his daughter during his last family visit...
Convicted Bali bomber Imam Samudera alias Abdul Aziz walks with his daughter during his last family visit in Batu prison, Nusa Kambangan Island, October 29, 2007. Three Indonesian militants on death row for their involvement in planning the Bali bombings five years ago said they were ready to die and would not seek a presidential pardon. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA)
INDONESIA-MILITANT
RTR1VG62
October 29, 2007
Convicted Bali bomber Amrozi (C) hugs his daughter Khaulah (R) as he talks to his son Hendra (L) in front...
Nusa Kambangan, Indonesia
Convicted Bali bomber Amrozi hugs his daughter Khaulah as he talks to his son Hendra in front of Amrozi's...
Convicted Bali bomber Amrozi (C) hugs his daughter Khaulah (R) as he talks to his son Hendra (L) in front of Amrozi's mother during their last family visit at Batu prison, Nusakambangan Island, Indonesia, October 29, 2007. Three Indonesian militants on death row for their involvement in planning the Bali bombings five years ago said they were ready to die and would not seek a presidential pardon. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA)
INDONESIA/
RTR1VG7X
October 29, 2007
Convicted Bali bomber Ali Ghufron alias Mukhlas (R) stands during his last family visit in Batu prison,...
Nusa Kambangan, Indonesia
Convicted Bali bomber Ali Ghufron stands during his last family visit in Batu prison, Nusakambangan Island...
Convicted Bali bomber Ali Ghufron alias Mukhlas (R) stands during his last family visit in Batu prison, Nusakambangan Island, October 29, 2007. The three Indonesians sentenced to death for the 2002 Bali blasts, which killed more than 200 people, say they are ready to be executed and their only regret is that Muslims died in the attack. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA)
INDONESIA/
RTR1VG8A
October 29, 2007
Convicted Bali bomber Amrozi poses with his daughter Khaulah (bottom) and his son Hendra (L) during his...
Nusa Kambangan, Indonesia
Convicted Bali bomber Amrozi poses with his daughter Khaulah and his son Hendra during his last family...
Convicted Bali bomber Amrozi poses with his daughter Khaulah (bottom) and his son Hendra (L) during his last family visit in Batu prison, Nusakambangan Island, October 29, 2007. Three Indonesian militants on death row for their involvement in planning the Bali bombings five years ago said they were ready to die and would not seek a presidential pardon. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA)
INDONESIA/
RTR1VG4F
October 29, 2007
A relative waves to convicted Bali bomber Imam Samudera alias Abdul Aziz (C) after his last family visit...
Nusakambangan, Indonesia
A relative waves to convicted Bali bomber Imam Samudera alias Abdul Aziz (C) after his last family visit...
A relative waves to convicted Bali bomber Imam Samudera alias Abdul Aziz (C) after his last family visit in Batu prison, Nusakambangan Island, October 29, 2007. Three Indonesian militants on death row for their involvement in planning the Bali bombings five years ago said they were ready to die and would not seek a presidential pardon. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA)
INDONESIA/
RTR1VG7M
October 29, 2007
Convicted Bali bomber Imam Samudera alias Abdul Aziz sits with his daughters during his last family visit...
Nusa Kambangan, Indonesia
Convicted Bali bomber Imam Samudera sits with his daughters during his last family visit in Batu prison,...
Convicted Bali bomber Imam Samudera alias Abdul Aziz sits with his daughters during his last family visit in Batu prison, Nusakambangan Island, October 29, 2007. Three Indonesian militants on death row for their involvement in planning the Bali bombings five years ago said they were ready to die and would not seek a presidential pardon. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA)
INDONESIA/
RTR1VG7O
October 29, 2007
Convicted Bali bomber Imam Samudera alias Abdul Aziz (R) talks with relatives during his last family...
Nusa Kambangan, Indonesia
Convicted Bali bomber Imam Samudera talks with relatives during his last family visit in Batu prison,...
Convicted Bali bomber Imam Samudera alias Abdul Aziz (R) talks with relatives during his last family visit in Batu prison, Nusakambangan Island, October 29, 2007. Three Indonesian militants on death row for their involvement in planning the Bali bombings five years ago said they were ready to die and would not seek a presidential pardon. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA)
INDONESIA/
RTR1VG3Z
October 29, 2007
Convicted Bali bombers, from L to R: Ali Ghufron alias Mukhlas, Amrozi and Imam Samudera alias Abdul...
Nusakambangan, Indonesia
Convicted Bali bombers talk to journalists after meeting their relatives in Batu prison, Nusakambangan...
Convicted Bali bombers, from L to R: Ali Ghufron alias Mukhlas, Amrozi and Imam Samudera alias Abdul Aziz, talk to journalists after meeting their relatives in Batu prison, Nusakambangan Island, October 29, 2007. Three Indonesian militants on death row for their involvement in planning the Bali bombings five years ago said they were ready to die and would not seek a presidential pardon. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA)
SECURITY INDONESIA BALI
RTR1I970
October 12, 2006
A surfer walks past candles during a commemoration of the 2002 Bali bombing in Kuta Beach on the Indonesian...
Kuta, Indonesia
A surfer walks past candles during a commemoration of the 2002 Bali bombing in Kuta Beach on Bali
A surfer walks past candles during a commemoration of the 2002 Bali bombing in Kuta Beach on the Indonesian island of Bali October 12, 2006. REUTERS/Murdani Usman (INDONESIA)
SECURITY INDONESIA
RTR3S1L
March 03, 2005
Indonesian Muslim cleric Abu Bakar Bashir is ushered out of a makeshift courtroom in Jakarta March 3,...
Jakarta, Indonesia
Indonesian Muslim cleric Abu Bakar Bashir is ushered out of a Jakarta courtroom.
Indonesian Muslim cleric Abu Bakar Bashir is ushered out of a makeshift courtroom in Jakarta March 3, 2005. Fiery Muslim preacher Bashir was found guilty of an "evil conspiracy" to commit the 2002 Bali nightclub bombings by an Indonesian court on Thursday and sentenced to two and a half years in jail. Pictures of the Month March 2005 REUTERS/Darren Whiteside dw/DH
INDONESIA BALI AUSTRALIA
RTRD6D0
October 12, 2004
A relative of a victim of the Bali bombing touches the Bali Memorial sculpture with a flower during a...
Sydney, Australia
A relative of a victim of the Bali bombing touches the Bali Memorial sculpture with a flower ...
A relative of a victim of the Bali bombing touches the Bali Memorial sculpture with a flower during a service in Sydney. A relative of a victim of the Bali bombing touches the Bali Memorial sculpture with a flower during a service in Sydney October 12, 2004. Services were held across Australia to mark the second anniversary of the Bali bombing on the Indonesian island of Bali that killed 202 people, 88 of them Australian. REUTERS/David Gray Pictures of the Month October 2004
SECURITY BALI
RTR4RRC
October 12, 2003
People mourn on October 12, 2003 inside the makeshift memorial at
11.08pm local time, the exact time...
Kuta, Indonesia - Republic of
PEOPLE MOURN IN KUTA ON FIRST ANNIVERSARY OF BALI BOMBINGS.
People mourn on October 12, 2003 inside the makeshift memorial at
11.08pm local time, the exact time a year ago of two nightclub bombings
in Kuta, on the Indonesian island of Bali October 12, 2003. Survivors
and families of the dead attended commemorative services on Sunday to
mark the first anniversary of the bomb blasts that killed 202 people,
mostly foreigners. REUTERS/Enny Nuraheni

en/CRB
SECURITY BALI
RTR4QMM
October 12, 2003
Mourners hug at the Bali bombings commemoration service in Jimbaran,
Bali, October 12, 2003. REUTERS/Simon...
Jimbaran, Indonesia - Republic of
MOURNERS HUG AT COMMEMORATION SERVICE IN BALI.
Mourners hug at the Bali bombings commemoration service in Jimbaran,
Bali, October 12, 2003. REUTERS/Simon Schluter/Pool

TW
SECURITY BALI
RTR4QNO
October 11, 2003
A Balinese survivor from last year's bombing attacks pays his respects at a
memorial monument for the...
Kuta, Indonesia - Republic of
BALINESE BOMB BLAST SURVIVOR PAYS HIS RESPECTS AT A MEMORIAL
MONUMENT FOR THE BOMBING VICTIMS IN KUTA....
A Balinese survivor from last year's bombing attacks pays his respects at a
memorial monument for the bombing victims in Kuta on Indonesia's resort
island of Bali October 11, 2003. Commemorative services have started to mark
the first anniversary of the bomb blasts that killed 202 people, mostly
foreigners. Pictures of the Month October 2003 REUTERS/Erik de Castro
PP03100059

EDC/CP
INDONESIA BALI
RTR433K
October 01, 2003
Suspect in last year's Bali bombings Mukhlas, also known as Ali Gufron,
waves as he arrives at a Denpasar...
Denpasar, Indonesia - Republic of
MUKHLAS ARRIVES AT A BALI COURTROOM TO HEAR THE VERDICT IN HIS
TRIAL.
Suspect in last year's Bali bombings Mukhlas, also known as Ali Gufron,
waves as he arrives at a Denpasar courtroom to hear the verdict in his trial
on the Indonesian resort island of Bali, October 2, 2003. Pictures of the
Year 2003 REUTERS/Darren Whiteside

DW/CP
SECURITY BALI FAMILY
RTR1E2L
August 07, 2003
Nurhasyim, the ailing father of Indonesian Muslim militant Amrozi,
sleeps through his son's death sentence...
Jakarta, Indonesia - Republic of
NURHASYIM, FATHER OF AMROZI, SLEEPS THROUGH HIS SON'S DEATH SENTENCE IN
EAST JAVA.
Nurhasyim, the ailing father of Indonesian Muslim militant Amrozi,
sleeps through his son's death sentence for last October's Bali
bombings at his home in Tunggulun in East Java August 7, 2003.
Nurhasyim, 74, suffered a stroke 11 years ago and his health had
deteriorated since Amrozi and his brothers were arrested for the blasts
that killed more than 200 people, mostly foreigners. REUTERS/Sigit
Pamungkas

DL/FA
INDONESIA BALI
RTR7ZP
July 07, 2003
Key Indonesian suspect in last year's Bali bombings Imam Samudra shouts "God
is Great" as he is escorted...
Denpasar, Indonesia - Republic of
INDONESIAN SUSPECT IN LAST YEAR'S BALI BOMBINGS IMAM SAMUDRA
LEAVES THE COURTROOM IN BALI.
Key Indonesian suspect in last year's Bali bombings Imam Samudra shouts "God
is Great" as he is escorted by policemen from the courtroom in Denpasar of
Bali on July 7, 2003. High tech crime expert Nicholas Klein from the
Australian Federal Police gave testimony during the trial and said he had
found a statement from a web site on Imam Samudra's computer that claimed
responsibility for the October 12 blasts which killed 202 people, mainly
tourists. Pictures of the month July 2003 REUTERS/Crack

EN/DW/TW
INDONESIA
RTRDOC0
November 11, 2002
Photos of British victims of the Bali bomb blast sit at the explosion
site in Kuta November 11, 2002....
Kuta, Indonesia - Republic of
PHOTOS OF BRITISH VICTIMS OF BALI BOMB BLAST SIT AT THE SITE IN KUTA.
Photos of British victims of the Bali bomb blast sit at the explosion
site in Kuta November 11, 2002. Major General I Made Mangku Pastika,
chief investigator in the Bali bomb blast, on Monday said the prime
suspect in the Bali bombings studied under detained Muslim cleric Abu
Bakar Bashir, who is suspected of heading the group believed to have
masterminded the attack. REUTERS/Beawiharta

BEA/YN/JD
BRITAIN BALI
RTRCQYZ
October 25, 2002
Mourners gather to honour those who died in the Bali bombings outside
St Paul's Cathedral in London...
London, UK
MOURNERS GATHER TO HONOUR MEMORY OF THOSE WHO DIED IN BALI BOMBINGS
OUTSIDE ST PAUL'S CATHEDRAL IN LONDON....
Mourners gather to honour those who died in the Bali bombings outside
St Paul's Cathedral in London October 25, 2002. A memorial service led
by the Australian High Commissoner, also attended by Britain's Queen
Elizabeth II, was held at St Paul's in remembrance of the victims who
died in the blasts on the Indonesian Island of Bali on October 12. The
majority of the mourners were Australians and friends and relatives of
the 11 Britons who dies in the attack. REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid

RB/NMB/AA
INDONESIA EXPLOSIONS
RTRCD2B
October 19, 2002
A Balinese girl performs a prayer ceremony in front of her damaged shop
near the site of an October...
Kuta, Indonesia - Republic of
BALINESE GIRL PERFORMS A PRAYER CEREMONY IN FRONT OF HER DAMAGED SHOP
IN KUTA.
A Balinese girl performs a prayer ceremony in front of her damaged shop
near the site of an October 12 bomb blast at Kuta on Indonesia's resort
island of Bali October 19, 2002. Indonesia's president signed emergency
legislation late on Friday giving authorities wide powers to combat
terrorism and investigate the deadly Bali bombings that killed nearly
200 people. REUTERS/Beawiharta

BEA/JSG/CP
YEAREND PICTURES
RTRCHVO
October 17, 2002
Australian Prime Minister John Howard (C-with white shirt) tours the
site of the October 12 bomb blasts...
Kuta, Indonesia
YEAREND PICTURES 2002.
Australian Prime Minister John Howard (C-with white shirt) tours the
site of the October 12 bomb blasts at Kuta on Indonesia's resort island
of Bali October 18, 2002. Indonesia, under pressure to get tough with
terrorists after bombings in Bali killed nearly 200 people, said on
Thursday a new anti-terrorism decree would include a death penalty and
summoned a militant Muslim cleric for questioning. REUTERS/Dean
Lewins/Pool

CP/AA
INDONESIA-EXPLOSIONS/
RTRC6PX
October 15, 2002
A singed shoe sits on a table inside a destroyed bar at the site of a bomb
blast in Kuta Beach on Bali...
Jakarta, Indonesia - Republic of
A SINGED SHOE ON TABLE IN DESTROYED BAR AFTER A BOMB BLAST IN KUTA, BALI.
A singed shoe sits on a table inside a destroyed bar at the site of a bomb
blast in Kuta Beach on Bali October 16, 2002. At least 181 people, mostly
foreign tourists, died in an explosion Saturday night outside a popular
night club on the Indonesian resort island. PP05080256 PP03090008
REUTERS/Beawiharta
JD/RCS
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