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Jimbaran, Bali-Indonesia - More than a thousand people, both citizens and residents of Australia and other countries, gathered in a ceremony commemorating the 202 people who died in the Bali bombings October 12, 2002.


Jimbaran, Bali-Indonesia - More than a thousand people, both citizens and residents of Australia and other countries, gathered in a ceremony commemorating the 202 people who died in the Bali bombings October 12, 2002.

Drizzle on Friday (12/10/2012) this morning did not stop them gathering, commemorating the death of the victim. Only half of the two thousand seats reserved, filled with citizens. Foreign Minister Marty Natalegawa also present.

"This is an excellent opportunity to strengthen the commitment, to the fight against terrorism and all the things that do not reflect tolerance. That humanity can fight hatred, "said Marty.

Semenetara Prime Minister (PM) Australia Julia Gillard said the attack that creates pain and grief without age it is a warning that they have failed.

Approximately 240 people were injured and 202 were killed in the incident. Among the 21 countries who are victims, Australia is the largest with 88 people.

In this memorial, religious Hindu, Muslim, and Christian prayers. Then played John Lennon's song, Imagine, as well as several other songs requested by family members of victims.

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