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Alleged Bali bomber not killed in Philippines: Indonesian police

An alleged Islamic extremist wanted for the 2002 Bali bombings was not killed in a military airstrike on rebel groups in the southern Philippines last week, Indonesian police said Thursday. A Philippine military official claimed over the weekend that Dulmatin and a fellow Indonesian militant were among those believed killed when aircraft targeted a rebel meeting in the southern island of Mindanao last week. “We have been notified by Interpol that the report is not true,” national police deputy detective chief Dadang Garnida told AFP. Indonesian police said Dulmatin, whose real name is Joko Pitono, helped assemble the bombs that killed 202 people, mostly foreign tourists, on the resort island of Bali in October 2002. Full Story

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