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Two Bombers Accused of Bali Attacks

Both of the attackers in the deadly nightclub blasts on Bali last October were suicide bombers, a defendant testified Wednesday. Police had earlier said that the more devastating of the two attacks, on the Sari Club, was detonated by remote control, and that a suicide bomber attacked Paddy’s bar. The Oct. 12 bombings killed 202 people, many of them Australians. But Ali Imron, testifying in the trial of his brother Amrozi bin Nurhasyim, said a second suicide bomber, identified as Jimi, was in the minivan that blew up outside the Sari Club. “(Iqbal) wore the vest with the bombs on it and he was ordered to go to the Paddy’s bar,” Imron told the court. “Jimi was inside the TNT-laden van that blew up outside the Sari Club. They blew (themselves) up because they were ready to die…The target of the mission was to kill white people.” Full Story

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