anniversary of the Bali bombings 2, Australians Gather

Residents of Australia and Indonesia will gather together to commemorate the tragedy of the Bali Bombing 2 that occurred 2005.

Four Australians were among more than 20 people killed when a suicide bomb exploded at the cafe at Jimbaran and a restaurant in Kuta.

Victims who survived the bombing will also be part of a ceremony at the Australian consulate in Bali.

As the site loaded, October 1, 2010 Consul General, Brent Hall will give a speech before leading the wreath laying ceremony. Another memorial service will be held near the bombing site.

On October 1, 2005, there were three bombings, one in Kuta and two in Jimbaran with at least 23 people were killed and 196 wounded.

Australians in Bali also will gather next October 12 - commemorating the tragedy of the Bali Bombing 1 - the so-called acts of terror most rocked Indonesia.

As many as 202 people were killed at that time, including 88 Australians.

Previously, the Australian federal government issued a warning to its citizens who plan to travel to Bali to commemorate the Bali bombing tragedy momentum this year. Because, there is the possibility of new terrorist attacks.

Australia's Foreign Ministry warned its citizens who want to come at the ceremony to be careful. Because, not to mention the terrorist threat is over.

"Australians planning to travel to Bali to attend a memorial service to remember that the government continues to recommend that Australians reconsider their need to visit Indonesia, especially Bali."

"Therefore, the potential terrorist threat is high," remarked the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Australia, as published website of The Age, Friday, September 17, 2010.

"We continue to receive credible information that terrorists may be planning attacks in Indonesia. It can happen anytime." Indonesia Today

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