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Wednesday, 13 November, 2002, 15:22 GMT
In pictures: Bali bombing suspect
The chief suspect in the Bali bombings, Amrozi, has been publicly interrogated. The chief of police said Amrozi apologised to his family for problems caused by his arrest, but there was no apology for the victims of the attack.

Amrozi (left) with Indonesia's police chief General Da'i Bachtiar (right)
Amrozi (left) was arrested last week, and interrogated in front of the media on Wednesday

Amrozi
He appeared relaxed , and smiled and waved when asked to turn to the watching journalists

Amrozi (right) being interrogated by Indonesian police chief General Da'i Bachtiar
Indonesian authorities played a tape of what they said was Amrozi's voice, where he apologised to his family...

Brazilian Antonio Carlos Farias prays for his son, Marco, who remains missing from the Bali bombing
...but reportedly not to relatives of the more than 200 people who died or are missing

Investigators at the site of the Bali bombing, surrounded by flowers laid in memory of the dead
Police claim Amrozi met a man from militant group Jemaah Islamiah and they planned the attack together.

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