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INDONESIA-RELIGION/BALI
RTS9YE9 
March 09, 2016 
Pecalang, or traditional village security, ride bikes while on an inspection during Nyepi in Kuta, on... 
Jakarta, Indonesia 
Pecalang, or village security, ride bikes while on an inspection during Nyepi in Kuta on Indonesian resort... 
Pecalang, or traditional village security, ride bikes while on an inspection during Nyepi in Kuta, on Indonesian resort island of Bali, March 9, 2016. Nyepi is a day of silence to celebrate the Balinese New Year, reserved for self-reflection, where people are not allowed to use lights, light fires, work, travel or enjoy entertainment. REUTERS/Roni Bintang 
INDONESIA-APEC/
RTR3FM4M 
October 05, 2013 
An armoured personnel carrier (APC) passes next to a Balinese statue at the venue for the Asia-Pacific... 
Nusa Dua, Indonesia 
An armoured personnel carrier passes next to a Balinese statue at the venue for the Asia-Pacific Economic... 
An armoured personnel carrier (APC) passes next to a Balinese statue at the venue for the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Economic Leaders' meeting in Nusa Dua, on the island of Bali October 5, 2013. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY) 
INDONESIA-PORNOGRAPHY/
RTR2C22D 
March 25, 2010 
Balinese dancers perform during the opening of a carnival on Indonesia's resort island of Bali February... 
Kuta, Indonesia 
File picture shows Balinese dancers performing during opening of carnival on Indonesia's resort island... 
Balinese dancers perform during the opening of a carnival on Indonesia's resort island of Bali February 19, 2009. Indonesia's Constitutional Court on March 25, 2010, threw out an appeal of a controversial anti-porn law, in a blow to some secular parties, minorities and artists who had said it threatened freedom of expression. The law was widely criticised. The governor of Bali, which is predominantly Hindu, refused to implement the law in the resort island because of concerns it would affect local artists and deter foreign visitors. Picture taken February 19, 2009. REUTERS/Murdani Usman/Files (INDONESIA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW SOCIETY TRAVEL) 
INDONESIA-PORNOGRAPHY/
RTR2C229 
March 25, 2010 
Balinese dancers perform during the opening of a carnival on Indonesia's resort island of Bali February... 
Kuta, Indonesia 
File picture shows Balinese dancers performing during opening of carnival on Indonesia's resort island... 
Balinese dancers perform during the opening of a carnival on Indonesia's resort island of Bali February 19, 2009. Indonesia's Constitutional Court on March 25, 2010, threw out an appeal of a controversial anti-porn law, in a blow to some secular parties, minorities and artists who had said it threatened freedom of expression. The law was widely criticised. The governor of Bali, which is predominantly Hindu, refused to implement the law in the resort island because of concerns it would affect local artists and deter foreign visitors. Picture taken February 19, 2009. REUTERS/Murdani Usman/Files (INDONESIA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW SOCIETY TRAVEL) 
INDONESIA-PORNOGRAPHY/
RTR2C220 
March 25, 2010 
Tourists watch Balinese dancers perform during the opening of a carnival on Indonesia's resort island... 
Kuta, Indonesia 
File picture shows tourists watching Balinese dancers perform during opening of carnival on Indonesia's... 
Tourists watch Balinese dancers perform during the opening of a carnival on Indonesia's resort island of Bali February 19, 2009. Indonesia's Constitutional Court on March 25, 2010, threw out an appeal of a controversial anti-porn law, in a blow to some secular parties, minorities and artists who had said it threatened freedom of expression. The law was widely criticised. The governor of Bali, which is predominantly Hindu, refused to implement the law in the resort island because of concerns it would affect local artists and deter foreign visitors. Picture taken February 19, 2009. REUTERS/Murdani Usman/Files (INDONESIA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW SOCIETY TRAVEL) 
USA
RTR1UVTI 
October 13, 2007 
Judge Barbara Summer takes a closer look at a Balinese cat during the Cat Fanciers' Association - Iams... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Judge Barbara Summer takes a closer look at a Balinese cat during the Cat Fanciers' Association - Iams... 
Judge Barbara Summer takes a closer look at a Balinese cat during the Cat Fanciers' Association - Iams cat championship show in New York October 13, 2007. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES) 
INDONESIA
RTXNVD1 
October 10, 2005 
Balinese children, part of a larger group, is seen during a protest against terrorism in Denpasar, Bali,... 
Denpasar, Indonesia 
Balinese children, part of a larger group, is seen during a protest against terrorism in Denpasar, B..... 
Balinese children, part of a larger group, is seen during a protest against terrorism in Denpasar, Bali, October 10, 2005. Scores of Balinese wearing traditional costumes on Monday urged the immediate execution of three Indonesian militants sentenced to death over the 2002 nightclub bombings that killed 202 people. 
INDONESIA
RTXNTZI 
October 03, 2005 
A Balinese man uses his mobile phone to take a picture during the cremation of I Gusti Ketut Sudana,... 
Kuta, Indonesia 
A Balinese man uses his mobile phone to take a picture during the cremation of I Gusti Ketut Sudana,..... 
A Balinese man uses his mobile phone to take a picture during the cremation of I Gusti Ketut Sudana, 33, who was killed in a weekend bomb blast at a bar in Kuta, in Tuban on the Indonesian island of Bali October 3, 2005. [Police on Monday scrutinised an amateur video tape showing a man apparently with a backpack entering a Bali restaurant seconds before one of three suicide bombings that killed up to 27 people and wounded 122.] 
INDONESIA
RTXNTZH 
October 03, 2005 
Balinese women are seen before the funeral procession for I Gusti Ketut Sudana, 33, who was killed in... 
Kuta, Indonesia 
Balinese women are seen before the funeral procession for I Gusti Ketut Sudana, 33, who was killed i..... 
Balinese women are seen before the funeral procession for I Gusti Ketut Sudana, 33, who was killed in a weekend bomb blast in Kuta, as they make their way to the cremation site on the Indonesian island of Bali October 3, 2005. [Police on Monday scrutinised an amateur video tape showing a man apparently with a backpack entering a Bali restaurant seconds before one of three suicide bombings that killed up to 27 people and wounded 122]. 
BROWN
RTXMGQD 
March 03, 2004 
Australian William Stuart Brown waits in a cell room before his trial in Karangasem district court on... 
Bali, Indonesia 
Australian William Stuart Brown waits in a cell room before his trial in Karangasem district court o..... 
Australian William Stuart Brown waits in a cell room before his trial in Karangasem district court on Indonesia's resort island of Bali March 3, 2004. Brown was arrested in Bali on January 5 and now faces trial over charges he sexually abused two Balinese boys.
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BALI SECURITY
RTR4R65 
October 12, 2003 
Balinese women place offerings and pray at sunset on Kuta beach during a
ceremony marking the one year... 
Kuta, Indonesia 
BALINESE WOMEN PLACE OFFERINGS AND PRAY AT SUNSET ON KUTA BEACH. 
Balinese women place offerings and pray at sunset on Kuta beach during a
ceremony marking the one year anniversary of the Bali bombings which left
202 peole dead, 88 of them Australians on October 12, 2003. REUTERS/Darren
Whiteside PP03100059

DW/CP 
BALI SECURITY
RTR4R5V 
October 12, 2003 
Balinese women place offerings and pray at sunset on Kuta beach during
a ceremony marking the one year... 
Kuta, Indonesia 
BALINESE WOMEN PLACE OFFERINGS AND PRAY AT SUNSET ON KUTA BEACH. 
Balinese women place offerings and pray at sunset on Kuta beach during
a ceremony marking the one year anniversary of the Bali bombings which
left 202 peole dead, 88 of them Australians on October 12, 2003.
REUTERS/Darren Whiteside

DW/CP 
SECURITY BALI
RTR4N21 
October 10, 2003 
Balinese men stage a cockfighting match near the shrine of Hindu statue
Garuda Wisnu Kencana in Jimbaran... 
Kuta, Indonesia - Republic of 
BALINESE MEN STAGE A COCKFIGHTING MATCH NEAR THE SHRINE OF HINDU STATUE
GARUDA WISNU KENCANA IN BALI.... 
Balinese men stage a cockfighting match near the shrine of Hindu statue
Garuda Wisnu Kencana in Jimbaran district, south of Kuta in Bali
October 10, 2003. Bali will hold commemorative ceremonies on Sunday to
mark the first anniversary of when Islamic militants blew up two night
spots on Indonesia's resort island of Bali, killing 202 people.
REUTERS/Erik de Castro

EDC/CP 
SECURITY BALI
RTR4N1T 
October 10, 2003 
A BALINESE CARRIES HIS ROOSTER AS HE WALKS PAST THE SHRINE OF HINDU
STATUE GARUDA WISNU KENCANA IN BALI.... 
Kuta, Indonesia - Republic of 
A BALINESE CARRIES HIS ROOSTER AS HE WALKS PAST THE SHRINE OF HINDU
STATUE GARUDA WISNU KENCANA ... 
A BALINESE CARRIES HIS ROOSTER AS HE WALKS PAST THE SHRINE OF HINDU
STATUE GARUDA WISNU KENCANA IN BALI. 
SECURITY BALI
RTR4N1N 
October 10, 2003 
A BALINESE CARRIES HIS ROOSTER AS HE WALKS PAST THE SHRINE OF HINDU
STATUE GARUDA WISNU KENCANA IN BALI.... 
Kuta, Indonesia - Republic of 
A BALINESE CARRIES HIS ROOSTER AS HE WALKS PAST THE SHRINE OF HINDU
STATUE GARUDA WISNU KENCANA ... 
A BALINESE CARRIES HIS ROOSTER AS HE WALKS PAST THE SHRINE OF HINDU
STATUE GARUDA WISNU KENCANA IN BALI. 
SECURITY BALI
RTR4N1I 
October 10, 2003 
A Balinese couple prepare an offering for the victims of last year's
bomb blasts at the shrine of Hindu... 
Kuta, Indonesia - Republic of 
A BALINESE COUPLE PREPARE AN OFFERING AT THE SHRINE OF HINDU STATUE
GARUDA WISNU KENCANA IN BALI. 
A Balinese couple prepare an offering for the victims of last year's
bomb blasts at the shrine of Hindu statue Garuda Wisnu Kencana in
Jimbaran district in Bali October 10, 2003. Bali will hold
commemorative ceremonies on Sunday to mark the first anniversary of
when Islamic militants blew up two night spots on Indonesia's resort
island of Bali, killing 202 people. REUTERS/Erik de Castro

EDC/CP 
INDONESIA
RTXM6L2 
September 11, 2003 
Traditional Balinese dancers perform at a ceremony opening the month-long Kuta Carnival in Kuta beach,... 
Kuta, Indonesia 
Traditional Balinese dancers perform at a ceremony opening the month-long Kuta Carnival in Kuta beac..... 
Traditional Balinese dancers perform at a ceremony opening the month-long Kuta Carnival in Kuta beach, on the Indonesian resort island of Bali, September 11, 2003. [Bali tourism was devastated by last year's terrorist bomb attack on a Kuta nightclub which left more that 200 people dead. ] 
INDONESIA
RTXM6L1 
September 11, 2003 
Traditional Balinese dancers perform at a ceremony during the opening of the month-long Kuta Carnival... 
Kuta, Indonesia 
Traditional Balinese dancers perform at a ceremony during the opening of the month-long Kuta Carniva..... 
Traditional Balinese dancers perform at a ceremony during the opening of the month-long Kuta Carnival on Kuta beach on the Indonesian resort island of Bali September 11, 2003. [Bali tourism was devastated by last year's terrorist bomb attack on a Kuta nightclub which left more that 200 people dead. ] 
INDONESIA
RTR2U9U 
September 11, 2003 
Traditional Balinese dancers perform at a ceremony opening the
month-long Kuta Carnival in Kuta beach,... 
Kuta, Indonesia - Republic of 
TRADITIONAL BALINESE DANCERS PERFORM IN KUTA BEACH. 
Traditional Balinese dancers perform at a ceremony opening the
month-long Kuta Carnival in Kuta beach, on the Indonesian resort island
of Bali, September 11, 2003. Bali tourism was devastated by last year's
terrorist bomb attack on a Kuta nightclub which left more that 200
people dead. REUTERS/Darren Whiteside

DW/DL 
INDONESIA
RTR2U9O 
September 11, 2003 
Traditional Balinese dancers perform at a ceremony opening the
month-long Kuta Carnival in Kuta beach,... 
Kuta, Indonesia - Republic of 
TRADITIONAL BALINESE DANCERS PERFORM IN KUTA BEACH. 
Traditional Balinese dancers perform at a ceremony opening the
month-long Kuta Carnival in Kuta beach, on the Indonesian resort island
of Bali, September 11, 2003. Bali tourism was devastated by last year's
terrorist bomb attack on a Kuta nightclub which left more that 200
people dead. REUTERS/Darren Whiteside

DW/DL 
INDONESIA
RTR2U95 
September 11, 2003 
A Balinese woman holds a baby sea turtle moments before releasing it
into the sea at a ceremony to launch... 
Kuta, Indonesia - Republic of 
A BALINESE WOMAN HOLDS A BABY SEA TURTLE IN KUTA, BALI. 
A Balinese woman holds a baby sea turtle moments before releasing it
into the sea at a ceremony to launch the the month-long Kuta Carnival
on Kuta beach on the Indonesian resort island of Bali September 11,
2003. Bali's tourism was devastated by last year's terrorist bomb
attacks in Kuta, which left more than 200 people dead, mostly tourists.
REUTERS/Darren Whiteside

DW 
INDONESIA
RTR2U8L 
September 11, 2003 
Traditional Balinese dancers perform at a ceremony during the opening
of the month-long Kuta Carnival... 
Kuta, Indonesia - Republic of 
TRADITIONAL BALINESE DANCERS PERFORM ON KUTA BEACH. 
Traditional Balinese dancers perform at a ceremony during the opening
of the month-long Kuta Carnival on Kuta beach on the Indonesian resort
island of Bali September 11, 2003. Bali tourism was devastated by last
year's terrorist bomb attacks in Kuta, wich left more than 200 people
dead, mostly tourists. REUTERS/Darren Whiteside

DW/FA 
SECURITY INDONESIA BALI
RTR1NIM 
August 14, 2003 
Bali bomb suspect Ali Imron apologises to Balinese bomb victims at a
courtroom in Denpasar, Bali on... 
Denpasar, Indonesia - Republic of 
BALI BOMB SUSPECT ALI IMRON APOLOGISES TO BALINESE BOMB VICTIMS IN
DENPASAR. 
Bali bomb suspect Ali Imron apologises to Balinese bomb victims at a
courtroom in Denpasar, Bali on August 14, 2003. An Indonesian court
will pass judgment next month on a fiery young Muslim militant accused
of masterminding the Bali bombings, Imam Samudra, the second verdict in
a string of trials over the attacks that killed 202 people.
REUTERS/Crack

BEA/CP 
SECURITY INDONESIA BALI
RTR1NI8 
August 14, 2003 
Bali bomb suspect Ali Imron apologises to Balinese bomb victims at a
courtroom in Denpasar, Bali on... 
Denpasar, Indonesia - Republic of 
BALI BOMB SUSPECT ALI IMRON APOLOGISES TO BALINESE BOMB VICTIMS IN
DENPASAR. 
Bali bomb suspect Ali Imron apologises to Balinese bomb victims at a
courtroom in Denpasar, Bali on August 14, 2003. An Indonesian court
will pass judgment next month on a fiery young Muslim militant accused
of masterminding the Bali bombings, Imam Samudra, the second verdict in
a string of trials over the attacks that killed 202 people.
REUTERS/Crack

BEA/CP 
INDONESIA
RTRON5G 
June 01, 2003 
A group of men, including some foreigners, practice a Balinese martial arts
called bambu kuning, or... 
Bali, Indonesia - Republic of 
MEN PRACTICE MARTIAL ARTS ON LEGIAN BEACH IN BALI. 
A group of men, including some foreigners, practice a Balinese martial arts
called bambu kuning, or yellow bamboo, on Legian beach at sunset on the
Indonesian island of Bali June 1, 2003. Imam Samudra, the alleged mastermind
behind last years Bali bombing which left more than 200 people dead, mostly
foreign tourists, goes on trial on Monday in a Denpasar court. Pictures of
the month May 2003 REUTERS/Darren Whiteside

DW/TW 
INDONESIA BALI
RTRON51 
June 01, 2003 
A group of men, including some foreigners, practice a Balinese martial
arts called bambu kuning, or... 
Bali, Indonesia - Republic of 
MEN PRACTICE MARTIAL ARTS ON LEGIAN BEACH IN BALI. 
A group of men, including some foreigners, practice a Balinese martial
arts called bambu kuning, or yellow bamboo, on Legian beach at sunset
on the Indonesian island of Bali June 1, 2003. Imam Samudra, the
alleged mastermind behind last years Bali bombing which left more than
200 people dead, mostly foreign tourists, goes on trial on Monday in a
Denpasar court. REUTERS/Darren Whiteside

DW/TW 
INDONESIA BALI
RTROMK1 
June 01, 2003 
A Balinese surfboard vendor clears an area near his rental stand on
Kuta beach, on the Indonesian resort... 
Kuta, Indonesia - Republic of 
A SURFBOARD VENDOR CLEARS AN AREA ON KUTA BEACH. 
A Balinese surfboard vendor clears an area near his rental stand on
Kuta beach, on the Indonesian resort island of Bali June 1, 2003. Imam
Samudra, the alleged mastermind behind last years Bali bombing, which
left more than 200 mostly foreign tourists dead, goes on trial on
Monday in a Denpasar court. REUTERS/Darren Whiteside

DW/TW 
INDONESIA BALI
RTRNAL6 
May 11, 2003 
A Balinese priest gives holy water to police officers during prayers
for a safet trial of Bali blast... 
Denpasar, Indonesia - Republic of 
A BALINESE PRIEST GIVES HOLY WATER TO POLICE OFFICERS IN DENPASAR. 
A Balinese priest gives holy water to police officers during prayers
for a safet trial of Bali blast suspect Amrozi at the police
headquarters' temple in Denpasar on May 11, 2003. In front of the
world's media just weeks after the Bali bombings, a fresh-faced man
called Amrozi caused outrage overseas when he told police of his
delight at hearing about the worst terror act since the September 11,
2001, strikes on the United States. On Monday, Amrozi will be back in
the spotlight, as the first suspect over the Bali blasts to face trial.
REUTERS/Beawiharta

BEA/CP 
INDONESIA BOMB WEEK
RTRCF7G 
October 20, 2002 
Balinese pray for victims as they pay their respects at the site of
last week's deadly bomb blasts outside... 
Kuta, Indonesia 
BALINESE PRAY FOR VICTIMS AT THE SITE OF LAST WEEK'S DEADLY BOMB BLASTS
OUTSIDE A NIGHTCLUB IN KUTA.... 
Balinese pray for victims as they pay their respects at the site of
last week's deadly bomb blasts outside a nightclub in Kuta on the
Indonesian resort island of Bali October 20, 2002. Nearly 200 people
died in last Saturday night's bloody bomb blasts. REUTERS/Darren
Whiteside

DW/JD 
INDONESIA BOMB WEEK
RTRCE75 
October 20, 2002 
Balinese throw flower petals at a memorial on the site of last week's
deadly bomb blasts outside a nightclub... 
Kuta, Indonesia - Republic of 
BALINESE THROW FLOWERS AT THE SITE OF THE BALI BOMB ATTACK IN KUTA. 
Balinese throw flower petals at a memorial on the site of last week's
deadly bomb blasts outside a nightclub in Kuta on the Indonesian resort
island of Bali October 20, 2002. Nearly 200 people died in last
Saturday night's bloody bomb blasts. REUTERS/Darren Whiteside

DW/JD 
INDONESIA EXPLOSIONS
RTRC7E3 
October 16, 2002 
Balinese and foreign tourists walk along the beach at Kuta on the
Indonesian resort island of Bali on... 
Kuta, Indonesia - Republic of 
BALINESE AND FOREIGN TOURISTS WALK ALONG THE BEACH AT KUTA. 
Balinese and foreign tourists walk along the beach at Kuta on the
Indonesian resort island of Bali on October 16, 2002. Although scores
of tourists fled Bali after the Saturday bombing that killed at least
183 people, many others have decided to remain or stick with their
scheduled plans to come to the island. REUTERS/Jonathan Drake

JD 
INDONESIA EXPLOSIONS
RTRC7C0 
October 16, 2002 
Balinese and foreign tourists walk along the beach at Kuta on the
Indonesian resort island of Bali on... 
Kuta, Indonesia - Republic of 
BALINESE AND FOREIGN TOURISTS WALK ALONG THE BEACH AT KUTA. 
Balinese and foreign tourists walk along the beach at Kuta on the
Indonesian resort island of Bali on October 16, 2002. Although scores
of tourists fled Bali after the Saturday bombing that killed at least
181 people, many others have decided to remain or stick with their
scheduled plans to come to the island. REUTERS/Jonathan Drake

JD/CP 
INDONESIA EXPLOSIONS
RTRC7AU 
October 16, 2002 
Balinese and foreign tourists take to the water as shafts of light
cross the ocean off Kuta on the Indonesian... 
Kuta, Indonesia - Republic of 
BALINESE AND FOREIGN TOURISTS TAKE TO THE WATER OFF KUTA. 
Balinese and foreign tourists take to the water as shafts of light
cross the ocean off Kuta on the Indonesian resort island of Bali on
October 16, 2002. Although scores of tourists fled Bali after the
Saturday bombing that killed at least 181 people, many others have
decided to remain or stick with their scheduled plans to come to the
island. REUTERS/Jonathan Drake

JD/CP 
INDONESIA EXPLOSIONS
RTRC7AL 
October 16, 2002 
Balinese and foreign tourists take to the water as shafts of light
cross the ocean off Kuta on the Indonesian... 
Kuta, Indonesia - Republic of 
BALINESE AND FOREIGN TOURISTS TAKE TO THE WATER OFF KUTA. 
Balinese and foreign tourists take to the water as shafts of light
cross the ocean off Kuta on the Indonesian resort island of Bali on
October 16, 2002. Although scores of tourists fled Bali after the
Saturday bombing that killed at least 183 people, many others have
decided to remain or stick with their scheduled plans to come to the
island. REUTERS/Jonathan Drake

JD/CP 
INDONESIA EXPLOSIONS FLORIST
RTRC6V5 
October 16, 2002 
Made Sudarsana, a 20-year-old Balinese worker, prepares a wreath bound
for the site of a bomb blast... 
Denpasar, Indonesia - Republic of 
A BALINESE WORKER PREPARES A WREATH BOUND FOR THE SITE OF A BOMB BLAST
ON BALI. 
Made Sudarsana, a 20-year-old Balinese worker, prepares a wreath bound
for the site of a bomb blast at a florist in the provincial capital
Denpasar October 16, 2002. Business has hardly been better since the
Saturday bomb blast on the resort island of Bali, but that is only
causing anguish for the workers and owners of the florist.
REUTERS/Jonathan Drake

JD/PB 
INDONESIA EXPLOSIONS
RTRC6ND 
October 16, 2002 
Balinese pray for the dead near Australian forensic policemen at the
site of a bomb blast in Kuta on... 
Jakarta, Indonesia - Republic of 
BALINESE PRAY FOR THE DEAD NEAR AUSTRALIAN FORENSIC POLICE AT BLAST
SITE IN KUTA. 
Balinese pray for the dead near Australian forensic policemen at the
site of a bomb blast in Kuta on October 16, 2002. At least 183 people
died in the Saturday night blast in a popular night spot in Kuta on the
resort island of Bali. Many of the dead were Australians, and Indonesia
has said it would welcome help from other countries in investigating
the blast. REUTERS/Beawiharta

BEA/JD/CP 
INDONESIA EXPLOSIONS
RTRC6LO 
October 16, 2002 
A hotel employee places an offering at the foot of a Balinese statue at
the Grand Bali Beach Hotel in... 
Kuta, Indonesia - Republic of 
HOTEL EMPLOYEE PLACES AN OFFERING AT THE FOOT OF A STATUE OUTSIDE BALI
HOTEL. 
A hotel employee places an offering at the foot of a Balinese statue at
the Grand Bali Beach Hotel in Sanur, about 5 km (3 miles) east of the
provincial capital Denpasar, on October 16, 2002, two days after the
hotel received a bomb threat. Police officials said the hotel received
the threat on Monday, but a bomb squad did not find any explosive
device. REUTERS/Jonathan Drake

JD/RCS 
INDONESIA EXPLOSIONS
RTRC5D6 
October 15, 2002 
A Balinese man make offerings for the dead during a candlelight vigil
at the site of a Saturday bomb... 
Kuta, Indonesia - Republic of 
A BALINESE MAN MAKE OFFERINGS FOR THE DEAD DURING A CANDLELIGHT VIGIL
IN KUTA. 
A Balinese man make offerings for the dead during a candlelight vigil
at the site of a Saturday bomb blast in Kuta late October 15, 2002. At
least 183 people died from the bombing in a popular night spot in Kuta
on the resort island of Bali. REUTERS/Jonathan Drake

JD/DL 
INDONESIA EXPLOSIONS
RTRC5B5 
October 15, 2002 
Balinese make offerings and pray for the dead during a candlelight
vigil at the site of a Saturday bomb... 
Kuta, Indonesia - Republic of 
BALINESE MAKE OFFERINGS AND PRAY FOR THE DEAD IN KUTA. 
Balinese make offerings and pray for the dead during a candlelight
vigil at the site of a Saturday bomb blast in Kuta late October 15,
2002. At least 183 people died from the bombing in a popular night spot
in Kuta on the resort island of Bali. REUTERS/Jonathan Drake

JD/DL 
INDONESIA
RTXLL2Z 
October 14, 2002 
Armed Indonesian police walk past a wreath placed on a destroyed car at the scene of a bomb blast in... 
Kuta, Indonesia 
Armed Indonesian police walk past a wreath placed on a destroyed car at the scene of a bomb blast in..... 
Armed Indonesian police walk past a wreath placed on a destroyed car at the scene of a bomb blast in Kuta on the Indonesian resort island of Bali, October 14, 2002. [Balinese layed the wreath in a ceremony for the approximately 183 people who died in the Saturday night car bombing outside a crowded night spot.] 
INDONESIA EXPLOSIONS
RTRC2B1 
October 14, 2002 
An Indonesian policeman walks past wreaths placed on destroyed cars at
the scene of a bomb blast in... 
Kuta, Indonesia - Republic of 
AN INDONESIAN POLICEMAN WALKS PAST WREATHS FOR THE DEAD AT THE BOMB
BLAST SITE IN KUTA, BALI. 
An Indonesian policeman walks past wreaths placed on destroyed cars at
the scene of a bomb blast in Kuta, on the resort island of Bali,
October 14, 2002. Balinese layed the wreathes in ceremonies for the
approximately 183 people who died in the Saturday night car bombing
outside a crowded night spot. REUTERS/Jonathan Drake

JD/PB 
INDONESIA EXPLOSIONS
RTRC299 
October 14, 2002 
A Balinese man replaces tiles atop a temple near the scene of a bomb
blast in Kuta, on the Indonesian... 
Kuta, Indonesia - Republic of 
A BALINESE MAN REPAIRS THE ROOF OF A TEMPLE NEAR THE BOMB SITE IN KUTA. 
A Balinese man replaces tiles atop a temple near the scene of a bomb
blast in Kuta, on the Indonesian resort island of Bali October 14,
2002. Hundreds of frightened and injured tourists were evacuated from
Bali early on Monday after bombs killed at least 183 people on the
holiday island. The symbol on the top of the roof symbolises prosperity
in the Hindu and Buddhist religions. REUTERS/Jonathan Drake

JD/PB 
INDONESIA EXPLOSIONS
RTRC280 
October 14, 2002 
Balinese read newspaper reports about the car bombing on a beach in
Kuta on the Indonesian resort island... 
Kuta, Indonesia - Republic of 
BALINESE READ NEWSPAPER REPORTS ABOUT THE CAR BOMBING ON A BEACH IN
KUTA. 
Balinese read newspaper reports about the car bombing on a beach in
Kuta on the Indonesian resort island of Bali, October 14, 2002, as a
foreign tourist jogs nearby. Hundreds of frightened and injured
tourists were evacuated from Bali early on Monday after bombs killed at
least 183 people on the holiday island. REUTERS/Jonathan Drake

JD/PB 
INDONESIA EXPLOSIONS
RTRC27N 
October 14, 2002 
Balinese look at the site of a bomb blast in Kuta, on the resort island
of Bali, from behind police... 
Kuta, Indonesia - Republic of 
BALINESE LOOK ON THE SCENE OF A BOMB BLAST IN KUTA. 
Balinese look at the site of a bomb blast in Kuta, on the resort island
of Bali, from behind police lines on October 14, 2002. Hundreds of
frightened and injured tourists were evacuated from Bali early on
Monday after bombs killed at least 183 people on the holiday island.
REUTERS/Jonathan Drake

JD/PB 
INDONESIA EXPLOSIONS
RTRC27H 
October 14, 2002 
A Balinese man clears debris from the scene of a bomb blast in Kuta, on
the resort island of Bali, on... 
Kuta, Republic of India 
A BALINESE MAN CLEARS DEBRIS FROM THE SCENE OF A BOMB BLAST IN KUTA. 
A Balinese man clears debris from the scene of a bomb blast in Kuta, on
the resort island of Bali, on October 14, 2002. Hundreds of frightened
and injured tourists were evacuated from Bali early on Monday after
bombs killed at least 183 people on the holiday island.
REUTERS/Jonathan Drake

JD/PB 
INDONESIA
RTRC23I 
October 14, 2002 
Armed Indonesian police walk past a wreath placed on a destroyed car at
the scene of a bomb blast in... 
Kuta, Indonesia - Republic of 
INDONESIAN POLICE WALK PAST A WREATH PLACED ON A DESTROYED CAR AT THE
BLAST SITE IN KUTA, BALI. 
Armed Indonesian police walk past a wreath placed on a destroyed car at
the scene of a bomb blast in Kuta on the Indonesian resort island of
Bali, October 14, 2002. Balinese layed the wreath in a ceremony for the
approximately 183 people who died in the Saturday night car bombing
outside a crowded night spot. REUTERS/Jonathan Drake

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Balinese women pray and offer food at a Hindu temple to celebrate the
"Galungan" holiday in Indonesia's... 
Denpasar, Indonesia - Republic of 
BALINESE WOMEN PRAY AT A HINDU TEMPLE IN DENPASAR. 
Balinese women pray and offer food at a Hindu temple to celebrate the
"Galungan" holiday in Indonesia's resort island of Bali in this June
1999 file photo. At least 150 people, mostly foreign tourists, were
killed in a bomb attack October 12, 2002 at a nite club on the popular
tourist resort island in Indonesia. Australia's flagship airline Qantas
has scheduled additional flights to evacuate Australians from Bali
following yesterday's attack. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV/Files

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