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Sunday, 13 October, 2002, 14:46 GMT 15:46 UK
In pictures: Holiday island horror
A massive bomb blast on the Indonesian holiday island of Bali has wrecked the Sari Club nightspot in the resort of Kuta, a popular destination for foreign tourists.

The blast's flames and smoke from a distance
The car bomb went off on a busy Saturday night

Flames burn throughout a wide area
The nightclub's thatched roof and wooden walls burst into flames

Survivors at the scene (L) Photo: AFP; Injured on stretcher (R) Photo: AP
Witnesses described a scene of chaos

A foreign tourist looks on as a nearby disco burns
Many of the victims were unsuspecting tourists

A makeshift morgue was set up
A makeshift morgue was set up as bodies were found in the rubble

Indonesian police  guard the blast area
It has been described as Indonesia's worst terrorist attack

Unidentified victim in hospital in Bali
Bali's main hospital was overwhelmed

President Megawati
Indonesian President Megawati visited the victims

Foreign tourists at Denpasar International Airport
Many tourists are waiting to leave Bali as soon as possible

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