Presentation on theme: "Bali in the aftermath: In the distance, a car bomb explodes outside a popular nightclub in the tourist district of Kuta in Bali. The blast, which occurred."— Presentation transcript:
Bali in the aftermath: In the distance, a car bomb explodes outside a popular nightclub in the tourist district of Kuta in Bali. The blast, which occurred on Saturday October 12, just before midnight, killed over 180 people and injured hundreds more in the worst ever terrorism attack in Indonesia.
Bali in the aftermath: Emergency workers remove a victim from one of two destroyed nightclubs in the main Kuta Beach tourist area. The attack focused on nightclubs that catered to foreign tourists.
Bali in the aftermath: A tourist from Australia, cries in the arms of her friend at the site of Saturday night's bomb blast.
Bali in the aftermath: Sheet-draped bodies lie in a makeshift morgue outside a hospital in the capital city (Denpasar) 9 miles from the blast site, where many of the injured were rushed after the bombing.
Bali in the aftermath: Bomb blast victim relatives check the victim lists at Sanglah hospital, in Denpasar. Foreigners have begun to flee Bali, and the US Embassy in Jakarta ordered all nonessential staff and dependents to leave Indonesia.
Bali in the aftermath: An Australian victim of the blast is comforted by a nurse in Denpasar's Sanglah Hospital in Bali.
Bali in the aftermath: Indonesian police prepare to patrol the town of Kuta Sunday night. The normally bustling tourism capital was quiet and tense the day after the bomb explosion.
Bali in the aftermath: Security guards use metal detectors to search flowers placed outside the Australian Embassy in Jakarta. Flowers were laid there by people offering condolences for the Australian victims of Sunday's bomb blasts.
Bali in the aftermath: Foreigners gather to pray at the beachside at Peti Tenget, near Denpasar, on Bali, October 14 2002. Some 200 foreigners held a beachside vigil for those who lost their lives in the blast.