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In pictures: Bali executions marked

Coffin containing Bali bomber Imam Samudra arrives for funeral in Serang, Banten, Indonesia

The bodies of three of the Bali bombers have been buried in their home villages in Indonesia after they were executed by firing squad.

Balinese relatives of bombing victims pray in Kuta after the bombers' executions

The twin suicide bombings in the Balinese beach resort of Kuta killed 202 people, including 38 Indonesians.

Australian relatives of bombing victims at the monument to those killed in the attacks in Kuta

Relatives of some of the 88 Australian victims of the bombings travelled to Kuta to pay their respects to those killed, despite a travel warning from their government.

Indonesia police inspect vehicle at Serang, home town of Bali bomber Imam Samudra - 8/11/2008

Security has been stepped up across Indonesia over fears of a militant backlash over the bombers' execution.

Abu Bakar Ba'asyir speaks during visit to school in Serang - 8 November

Supporters, including Islamist cleric Abu Bakar Ba'asyir (left), gathered at the home villages of the bombers ahead of their execution.

Printer prints T-shirts of Imam Samudra in his home village of Serang - 8 November

The three men, convicted of plotting the bombings, have little support in Indonesia, but a small minority regard them as heroes.

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