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Tuesday, 15 October, 2002, 08:24 GMT 09:24 UK
In pictures: Mourning in Bali
Tourists and local people on the Indonesian island of Bali are struggling to come to terms with the massive bomb attack which ripped apart a crowded nightclub on Saturday.

Australian tourists weep as they leave the site of a bomb blast which killed friends and relatives after laying wreaths at the site 15 Oct 2002
Australian tourists are mourning friends and relatives.

Indonesian Muslim woman lays flowers outside the Australian embassy
Indonesians elsewhere in the country have expressed shock and sadness.

Australian mourners (AP)
At least 188 people were killed - most of them tourists.

A police officer carries wreaths to the area of the ruined nightclub
The nightclub has become a scene of mourning.

Indonesians and tourists walking and praying on the beach
Bali's island idyll has been shattered...

Mourning Indonesians
... leaving tourists and locals in disbelief.

Foreigners pray on the beach at Peti Tenget, near Denpasar, Bali
Tourists still on the island held a candle-lit service to remember the dead.

Tourists walk past the bombed nightclub (AP)
But many have already left, fearing for their safety.

Australian Foreign Minister Alexander Downer (L) offers flowers with Australian Justice Minister Chris Ellison (R)
Australian Foreign Minister Alexander Downer and Justice Minister Chris Ellison placed flowers at the bomb site.

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