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Wednesday, 16 October, 2002, 08:34 GMT 09:34 UK
In pictures: Bali bomb investigation
Investigators are trying to track down those behind Saturday's bombing in Bali, Indonesia. More than 180 people, mostly young Westerners, died as a result of the attack.

An officer of Australian Forensic team investigates the site of the deadly nightclub bombing in Kuta, Bali, Indonesia, 16 Oct 2002.
Forensic experts have found traces of a sophisticated plastic explosive at the bomb site

Charred shoes at the Bali bomb site
Sifting through the charred remains at the scene is a painstaking task

Australian police officers walk near a pile of coffins at a hospital in Denpasar, Bali, Indonesia,
Australia has agreed to a joint intelligence investigation with Indonesia

Western woman cries (PA) and an Indonesian man expresses grief at a memorial ceremony (AFP)
Westerners and local Balinese are shocked that Bali has become a terror target

Indonesian man has a drink while sitting on a coffin
Piles of coffins remain empty as hospital staff desperately try to identify the dead

Buddhists and others pray during a memorial services in Denpasar, the capital city of Bali, 15 October 2002
Buddhists have joined prayers in Bali, which is a mainly Hindu island

Buddhist monks and others pray during a memorial services in Denpasar, Bali, 15 October 2002
Bali's tourists are largely staying away, with many flying home early from their holidays


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