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Bali bomber executions spark bitter row in Australia

The looming execution of three men convicted of the 2002 Bali bombings in Indonesia and the use of capital punishment in other Asian nations blew up into a bitter election issue in Australia Tuesday. The row was sparked by accusations that Prime Minister John Howard was a hypocrite for opposing the death penalty at home but supporting the execution of the Bali bombers, who killed 202, including 88 Australian holidaymakers. Full Story

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