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2002 Bali bombings

Serial Has a New Guantanamo Podcast, but Is Anyone Listening?

Serial Has a New Guantanamo Podcast, but Is Anyone Listening?

By Aisyah Llewellyn
The podcast's latest series examines the history of the detention camp, where around 30 people, including Indonesian and Malaysian nationals, remain incarcerated.

Remembering John MacDougall, an American Scholar of Indonesia

Remembering John MacDougall, an American Scholar of Indonesia

By Luke Hunt
The anthropologist, who died last week at the age of 53, was a renowned scholar of all things Balinese.
Should a Man Face Trial Alone at Guantanamo Bay While His 2 Co-Accused Return Home?

Should a Man Face Trial Alone at Guantanamo Bay While His 2 Co-Accused Return Home?

By Aisyah Llewellyn
Despite their alleged involvement in terrorist attacks including the 2002 Bali bombings, Mohammed Farik Bin Amin and Mohammed Nazir Bin Lep could be heading back to Malaysia early next year.

Indonesia Frees Convicted Bali Bomber on Parole

Indonesia Frees Convicted Bali Bomber on Parole

By Sebastian Strangio
Umar Patek has expressed regret for his role in the 2002 attacks, but his parole has been greeted with anger in Australia, which lost 88 citizens in the attack.

Two Decades After the Bali Bombings, A Peace Park

Two Decades After the Bali Bombings, A Peace Park

By Luke Hunt
The attack testified to the horrifying vision of the now-defunct Jemaah Islamiyah, which aimed to establish an Islamic Caliphate in Southeast Asia.

Convicted Bali Bomber Says He ‘Disagreed’ With 2002 Attacks

Convicted Bali Bomber Says He ‘Disagreed’ With 2002 Attacks

By Sebastian Strangio
In a YouTube video "interview" with the governor of prison in Central Java, the militant repeated long-standing claims of remorse.

Indonesia Considers Objection to Bali Bomber’s Early Release

Indonesia Considers Objection to Bali Bomber’s Early Release

By Niniek Karmini
The Australian government has denounced Umar Patek's impending release, which comes just ahead of the 20th anniversary of the terrorist attack.
Indonesian Militant Gets 15 Years in Prison Over Bali Attacks

Indonesian Militant Gets 15 Years in Prison Over Bali Attacks

By Niniek Karmini
Prosecutors claim that Zulkarnaen, who eluded capture for 18 years, played a vital role in the October 2002 attacks.

Indonesian Prosecutors Seek Life for Bali Bombing Suspect

Indonesian Prosecutors Seek Life for Bali Bombing Suspect

By Niniek Karmini
Laywers for Aris Sumarsono, alias Zulkarnaen, claim he was aware of the bombing but did not participate in the operation.

US Aims Start to Bali Bombing War Crimes Case at Guantanamo

US Aims Start to Bali Bombing War Crimes Case at Guantanamo

By Ben Fox
The hearing is set to kick off a long legal wrangle over a case that involves evidence tainted by CIA torture.

The Hambali Problem in ASEAN-US Relations

The Hambali Problem in ASEAN-US Relations

By Ryan Ashley and Moez Hayat
The Hambali case is emblematic of larger failures in U.S. security cooperation, in both substance and tone.
Indonesian Cleric Who Inspired 2002 Bali Bombings Freed from Jail

Indonesian Cleric Who Inspired 2002 Bali Bombings Freed from Jail

By Associated Press
Bashir left prison after completing his sentence for funding the training of Islamic militants.

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