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U.S. to offer Indonesia aid in terror fight

President Bush was to spend three heavily guarded hours here today, making his case for joint efforts with Asian governments in the war on terror. On the resort island where terrorist bombs killed 202 people a year ago, Bush was to offer President Megawati Sukarnoputri $36 million in financial aid for a crackdown on terrorists. Bush landed in Bali today. To maintain the tightest security, Bush never left the airport. Besides his Secret Service detail, he was to be guarded by 5,000 Indonesian police and soldiers, including personnel from elite units and six bomb squads. Full Story

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