The bombs ripped through Paddy's Irish Bar and the nearby Sari Club in Bali's popular Kuta tourist district. Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard, former PM John Howard and opposition leader Tony Abbott all attended the commemorations. Eighty-eight.
TANYA NOLAN: Several families of the victims of the 2002 Bali bombings have reacted with cynicism and sadness to the sentencing of the last bomber. Umar Patek was yesterday sentenced to 20 years jail for his part in the murder of 202 people. Eighty-eight.
Two suspected terrorists have been killed in a shootout with police in Indonesia, just six weeks out from the 10th anniversary of the 2002 Bali bombings. A member of Densus 88 ... Bali which killed 202 people. Eighty-eight Australians were killed in.
Like other survivors, as well as those who lost family and loved ones in the 2002 Bali bombing, he says moving on is difficult ... killed 202 people and injured scores more. Eighty-eight of the dead were Australian. De Haart remembers that the blast.
Justice' for Bali victims Australia's prime minister, John Howard, says the capture of Hambali is a "huge breakthrough". Eighty-eight Australians were killed ... So to those relatives and friends of the 88 Australians who died in that outrage almost.
Shane Foley, David Mavroudis, Clinton Thompson, Joshua Iliffe, Adam Howard and Gerard Yeo were celebrating their end of season trip in Bali with teammates in 2002 when tragedy struck at the Sari Club. Eighty eight Australians lost their lives in the.
As many as 88 people were tested positive for dengue during the past ... the officials said. Health minister Bali Bhagat visited Sri Maharaja Gulab Singh hospital here last evening to review the preparedness to prevent and control spread of dengue.
Eighty-eight students of class VI and VII of Kasturba Gandhi Balika ... According to the complaint, two assistant teachers and a junior teacher forced 88 students to undress before other students following the recovery of a piece of paper containing.
Eighty-eight doves were released at Dolphins Point, Coogee by survivors and the families of the 88 Australian victims who died in the Bali bombings — the nation’s biggest loss in a terrorist attack. Mr Notley-Smith said Bali was no longer an isolated.