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Bali Bombing Trial Opens

The first suspect charged with the October 12 Bali bombings, which killed over 200 people, has gone on trial in an Indonesian court. The man — known by only one name, Amrozi — is charged with four counts of terrorism and has already confessed to police his role in the blasts, saying his motive for the attack was a jihad against Westerners. After hearing the presentation of the charges against Amrozi, the trial was adjourned for a week, to reconvene next Monday. Prosecutors read to the court a 33-page indictment accusing the 40-year-old mechanic of four charges related to the nightclub bomb attacks, which killed over 200 people, most of them tourists including 88 Australians. Police and public prosecutors have said publicly there are confident about their case. Full Story

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