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By Ahmad Pathoni JAKARTA (Reuters) - Nine people convicted for the 2002 Bali nightclub bombings that killed 202 people had their sentences cut by four months on Thursday to mark Indonesia's independence day. Australia said victims and their families would be upset by the decision.
JAKARTA (Reuters) - Nine people convicted for the 2002 Bali nightclub bombings that killed 202 people had their sentences cut by four months on Thursday to mark Indonesia's independence day.
LONDON (Reuters) - A British court on Wednesday gave police more time to question 23 people suspected of plotting to blow up transatlantic airliners. A police statement said the warrants for 21 of the suspects were extended until August 23 and for two others until August 21.
DENPASAR, Indonesia (Reuters) - Indonesian prosecutors on Tuesday sought jail terms of up to 15 years to four militants accused of involvement in the 2005 Bali bombings.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Treasury Department on Thursday named the Philippine and Indonesian branches of the International Islamic Relief Organization as fund-raisers for al Qaeda and other terror groups.
By Jonathan Lyons, Asia Security Correspondents JAKARTA (Reuters) - Security experts, a wary eye on the calendar, are bracing for a possible attack by Indonesian militants which would fit a pattern of yearly high-profile bombings dating from the 2002 Bali blasts that killed 202 people.
DENPASAR, Indonesia (Reuters) - Indonesia may execute three militants sentenced to death for the 2002 Bali bombings in August, an official from the district attorney's office on the resort island said on Tuesday.
By Manny Mogato MANILA (Reuters) - Civilian rescue teams with stretchers rushed to help stunned people at a high-end mall in Manila on Thursday as Philippine police staged a mock bombing to test preparedness for a terrorist attack.
JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesia is preparing for the execution of three militants sentenced to death for the 2002 Bali bombings, but the exact date cannot be disclosed, the attorney-general's office said on Wednesday.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. counterterrorism officials gained access to an international database and have examined banking transactions involving thousands of Americans and others under a secret program initiated weeks after the September 11 attacks, The New York Times reported on Thursday.