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Suspected Australian embassy bombing accomplice goes on trial

Government prosecutors on Thursday accused an Indonesian Muslim militant of involvement in the bombing of the Australian embassy in Jakarta last year that left at least 11 people dead. If found guilty of involvement in the bombing, Moslem radical Abdullah Sunata could be executed. Government prosecutors charged Sunata with violating anti-terrorism laws, enacted by the government weeks after the bombing of two nightspots in Bali on Oct. 12, 2002, that left 202 peopledead, mostly foreign visitors. Full Story

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