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Monday, 14 October, 2002, 07:11 GMT 08:11 UK
In pictures: Bali survivors fly home
People have been leaving the Indonesian holiday island of Bali following the night club bombing that killed at least 187 people. The victims came from at least 12 countries, with Australians making up a large proportion of the dead and wounded.

Injured survivor arrives at a hospital in Darwin having been airlifted from Bali
Australia has flown home its injured survivors. Many of the badly wounded were taken to hospital in Darwin.

A survivor staggers into hospital in Darwin (left) while bomb survivor hugs his girlfriend as he arrives at Sydney airport
It is being called the largest peacetime evacuation operation in Australia's recent history.

Jamie Brendt who was in the Sari Bar at the time of a huge bomb blast in Bali arrives at Sydney International Airport to be greeted by families and friends 14 October 2002
Among the survivors arriving in Australia was Jamie Brendt, who was in Sari Bar at the time of the bombing.

Australian Jon Golotta cries after identifying the body of his 19-year-old daughter Angela, Sanglah hospital in Denpasar, Bali, 14 October 2002
Australian Jon Golotta cries after identifying the body of his 19-year-old daughter.

A Balinese man offers flowers near the bomb site, Kuta, Bali, Indonesia
Close to the bomb site, Balinese residents have been making floral tributes to the dead.

An Indonesian forensics team works among the wreckage, Kuta, Bali
Indonesian forensic teams have started the painstaking task of collecting evidence.

Firemen try to put out the flames at the Sari nightclub on Kuta Beach, on the island of Bali, Indonesia, early Sunday morning, 13 October 2002.
The blast totally destroyed Sari nightclub, which was packed with tourists from around the world.

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