Bali bombing fails to destroy interfaith unity

The terrorists who carried out Indonesia's worst-ever attacks failed to defeat freedom, tolerance and friendship, Indonesian and Australian leaders say a decade after the 2002 Bali bombings.

By Ni Komang Erviani for Khabar Southeast Asia in Jimbaran, Bali

October 18, 2012


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