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In pictures: Bali mourns

Relatives of victims Darmawan and Mintarsah throw flower petals over their graves during a funeral ceremony in Jakarta

Relatives of Saturday's Bali bomb attack victims have already begun burying the dead.

An Indonesian girl carries paper-made flowers to one of the bomb blast sites in Kuta

The island is reeling after its second devastating attack in under three years.

A child looks as ritual rites are performed on the coffin of Ibusti Sudana

Many of the dead were Indonesian.

The cremation ceremony of an Indonesian waiter in Bali

Balinese Hindus have been carrying out cremation ceremonies.

Indonesians take part in a cleansing ceremony

Some Indonesians have been taking part in a cleansing ceremony at the site of the blast...

A Balinese man makes an offering to the sea on Jimbaran Beach, Bali

... while others have made offerings to the sea.

Indonesian-Chinese bomb blast victim Ifen Sani, a 27-year-old accountant, receives a bouquet of flowers from a local government official at Sanglah Hospital in Denpasar

The injured are now recovering in hospital.

Made Warna at Sanglah Hospital in Despasar

Made Warna, a waiter at one of the restaurants attacked, holds an X-ray showing the shrapnel lodged in his skull.

A man calling himself Jordan gets a hug at Sydney international airport in Australia

Foreign tourists have had emotional receptions on their return.

Indonesian policemen repair the cordon around the bomb blast site in Jimbaran, Bali

Meanwhile, the investigation into the attacks continues.

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