Ten years later, Bali survivors still haunted by memories

As the anniversary of Indonesia's worst-ever terror attack approaches, survivors and relatives of victims say the planned commemoration will give them a chance to meet others who share their pain.

By Ni Komang Erviani for Khabar Southeast Asia in Bali

October 09, 2012


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