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Tourism Down in Bali After Bombings

The Indonesian island of Bali had just recovered from the 2002 nightclub bombings, hosting a record number of tourists in 2004, when terrorists struck there again in October, bombing two cafes. Patsy Widakuswara recently visited the island. In this report, narrated by Amy Katz, she says Bali, which relies on tourism as its main industry, is again suffering. There are not many tourists in the usually vibrant Kuta section of Bali’s capital, Denpasar, in the wake of the bombings of two cafes there in October. A few visitors are still determined not to let the threat of terrorism spoil their vacation plans. Full Story

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