Bali, 10 Years After

FAR EAST CORRESPONDENT — Anniversaries and commemorations can be awkward affairs, bringing people together for no other reason than a shared experience and the passage of years. However, the 10th anniversary of the Bali bombings might prove different and leave their own indelible mark. As the last bags are packed and return flights boarded by those who traveled to attend the commemorations for the 2002 attacks on the Kuta-Legian strip that left 202 people dead, the Indonesian authorities and governments around the world who sent envoys will no doubt be breathing a little easier.

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