» 10/03/2005, 00.00
Indonesia's Muslims condemn Bali terrorist attack
Last night a large manifestation was held in Jakarta in memory of victims of the attack. Indonesia's former president Gus Dur was among those gathered in the square.
Bali attacks: Police hunt suicide bombers' accomplices
Speculation about who is responsible: Islamic militants of the Jemaah Islamiyah or extreme right groups. The death toll is as yet uncertain, oscillating between 22 and 27 deaths. Jakarta is under red alert. President Susilo: the terrorists aim to strike other sensitive targets in the country.
Azahari bin Husin, one of the most dangerous men in South-East Asia, is dead
Indonesian police chief confirms the information. He allegedly blew himself up trying to escape from the police. He was thought to have been involved in the deadliest suicide attacks in Indonesia.
Bali bombs are "suicide attacks"
Indonesia recalls 2002 Bali tragedy
On the day of the fourth anniversary of the bombs, 12 km of white cloth were unfurled on the island as a sign of peace. Prayers are being held in Hindu temples.
Two terror suspects linked to Bali attacks arrested
Ahmad Arif Hermansyah and Ahmad Basir were captured in East Java last weekend and they are now being questioned about their role in the blasts in Bali and the Australian embassy.
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