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New Mexican (Newspaper) - October 2, 2005, Santa Fe, New Mexico Sunday October 2 2005 THE NEW MEXICAN A3 INDONESIA Terrorist attacks in Bali kill 25 wound 100 By kwan Firdaus The Associated Press BALI Indonesia Almost exactly three years ago alQaida linked terrorists bombed two Bali nightclubs killing 202 people and devastating the tourist trade on the island previ ously known for its peace and tranquility In the relative calm since tourists and Indonesians alike have been coaxed into return ing to the restaurants scattered along Balis whitesand beaches where on weekend nights they feasted on barbecued seafood and noodles On Saturday night Balis calm was shattered once more as terrorists set off three near simultaneous bombs killing 25 people and wounding at least 100 others many of them foreigners At least two of the injured were Americans Baradita Katoppo an Indo nesian securities analyst was on Jirnbaran beach when the first bomb went off at around 8 Saturday in the Nyoman The Associated Press Indonesian forensic policemen collect evidence Saturday at a restaurant in downtown Kuta a popular beachresort town in Bali A series of powerful bombs ripped through three crowded res taurants in Bali killing at least 25 people and wounding more than 100 others Cafe where he was having din ner with his coworkers Five minutes later another explosion rocked a neighboring restaurant filled with diners There was blood on their faces and their he said We didnt know what to At almost the same time about 18 miles away in Kuta a bomb exploded at the three story Raja restaurant in a bus tling outdoor shopping center The area includes a KFC fast food restaurant clothing stores and a tourist information center No one claimed responsibil ity for the blasts in the worlds most populous Muslim nation but suspicion immediately fell on the regional militant group Jemaah Isiamiyah blamed for the Oct attack at a Bali nightclub that killed 202 people and two other deadly bombings in the capital Jakarta in recent years Western and Indonesian intelligence agencies have warned repeatedly that Jemaah Isiamiyah was plotting more attacks despite a string of arrests Last month President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono said he was worried the extrem ist network was about to strike again We will hunt down the per petrators and bring them to jus he said warning that more attacks were possible Officials at Sanglah Hospital near Balis capital of Denpasar said 25 people were killed and 101 were being treated at six hospitals Australian Foreign Minister Alexander Downer told the Australian Broadcasting Corp that at least one Australian was killed Metro TV said a Japanese citizen also died The wounded included 49 Indonesians 17 Australians six Koreans three Japanese and two Americans Sanglah Hospi tal said The White House con demned the attack aimed at innocent people taking their evening We also express our soli darity with the government of Indonesia and convey our readiness to assist in any spokeswoman Erin Healy said Before the 2002 bombings Bali enjoyed a reputation for peace and tranquility an excep tion in a country wracked for years by ethnic and separatist violence Those nightclub blasts killed people from 22 countries including 88 Australians and seven Americans Courts in Bali have convicted dozens of militants for the blasts and three suspects were sentenced to death GIORGIO ARMANI CARLOS SANT Silver Staf Charm from Giorgio Armani 5te de Parfum Spray Signature Guitar Charm from Carlos Santana Fragrance Carlos Santana 3 4oz Eau de Parfum Spray GiVENCHYT Orchid Calvm Klein Eau de Parfum Spray DKNY Apple Charm from DKNY Fragrance Be Delicious t 3 4oz Eau de Parfum Spray Pink About It Charm Bracelet Buy the bracelet with starter ribbon charm tor then visit our many different x fragrance copters to addyour favorite charms for just each Proceeds from the bracelet and charm pruchases will benefit the ftgrrt against breast cancer through various chosen foundations Cowboy Hat Charm from Giyenchy x Very Irresistible Giverfchy 2 5oz Eau de Parfum Spray ESC AD A LIZ Heart Charm from Escada de Parfum Spray BRITNEY SPEARS Peace Sign Charm from Liz Claibome Fragrance SoulCurve Eau de Parfum Spray ELIZABETH ARDEN RedJJoor Channfrom Elizabeth Arden Fragrance Provacative Eau de Parfum Spray f Hanging Hearts Fragrance 3 de Parfum UV 1800DILLARDS I Shop MondaySaturday 109 and Sunday 126 at all Dillards locations In Santa Fe Villa Linda Mall In Albuquerque Winrock Center and Cottonwood Mall We welcome your Dillards Credit Card The American Express Card Diners Club International Mastercard and The Discover Card
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