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In pictures: Bali bombers brought to trial
Fireball over Kuta, Bali, 12 October 2002
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On 12 October 2002, bombs went off on the Indonesian island of Bali which left more than 200 people dead
Australian forensic police at bombing site
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Investigators soon blamed the attack on militant Muslim groups, saying the bombers' sophistication pointed to foreign help
Islamic boarding school in Tenggulan village
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The focus of the inquiry became an Islamic school in a village in Java, where three brothers would become suspects
Amrozi and Indonesian police
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On 7 November, police arrested a mechanic called Amrozi, whose public grins led to him being dubbed "the smiling bomber"
Sketches of Bali suspects still at large on 17 November 2002
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Police quickly released photofits of six more suspects. In total, more than 30 people are now in custody.
Indonesian police chief I Made Mangku Pastika holds up photograph of Mukhlas
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The man police said planned the attack - Amrozi's elder brother Mukhlas - was arrested on 4 December
Abu Bakar Ba'asyir
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Police linked a prominent cleric, Abu Bakar Ba'asyir, to the blast, though he has only been charged over other bombings
Ali Imron showed how the bombs were constructed
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Ali Imron told a press conference arranged by the police how the Bali bombs were built
Amrozi escorted from court by police
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Amrozi was the first to go on trial, in May, charged with buying explosives and the van used in the largest bomb
Amrozi reacts as death penalty is announced
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The court's guilty verdict, and death penalty, brought cheers from on-lookers, and defiance from Amrozi


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