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FULL COVERAGE: Second Bali Bombing

FULL COVERAGE: Second Bali Bombing

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Al Manar TV. Foreign Affairs Combs Bali Hospitals After Bomb Blast - At least three bombs exploded in Bali at 8.00pm local time on 1 October, at Kuta and Jimbaran. Several deaths and injuries have occurred. At this stage there are no reports of New Zealand casualties. New Zealand Embassy staff from Jakarta, now in Bali, are continuing to check hospitals for casualties. New Zealanders concerned about family and friends in Kuta and Jimbaran should try to contact them directly, in the first instance. Communications, however, remain difficult. See... Bali explosions update, 11.40am, 4 October & Bali Explosions - 2 October 2005 Update 11am
ALSO:

  • Prime Minister - NZ condemns Bali bombings
  • MFAT Update - One Kiwi Injured In Bali Bombing
  • ADF - Australia Defence Support To Victims in Bali
  • United Nations - Annan Says Bali Bombers Must Face Justice
  • House Of Travel - Details of Bali Customers
  • Tear Fund - Fund shocked by Bali attacks; committed to work
  • MFAT Update - Afternoon 3 October
  • MFAT Update - 11.40am, 4 October
  • MFAT Update - 4.20pm, 4 October

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