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15 years since Bali bombings: Never forget!

  • The police patrol around the Ground Zero Monument during the 15th anniversary of the Bali bombings in Kuta, Bali, on Oct. 12, 2017. JP/Anggara Mahendra

    The police patrol around the Ground Zero Monument during the 15th anniversary of the Bali bombings in Kuta, Bali, on Oct. 12, 2017. JP/Anggara Mahendra

  • Flowers, letters, photographs and incense are laid at the monument to honor the Bali bombing victims. JP/Anggara Mahendra

    Flowers, letters, photographs and incense are laid at the monument to honor the Bali bombing victims. JP/Anggara Mahendra

  • A Japanese family of Bali bombing victims pays respect at Ground Zero. JP/Anggara Mahendra

    A Japanese family of Bali bombing victims pays respect at Ground Zero. JP/Anggara Mahendra

  • Agus Bambang Priyanto throws red rose petals at the Ground Zero Monument during a commemoration of the 15th anniversary of the Bali bombings. JP/Anggara Mahendra

    Agus Bambang Priyanto throws red rose petals at the Ground Zero Monument during a commemoration of the 15th anniversary of the Bali bombings. JP/Anggara Mahendra

  • A young girl throws red rose petals into a pond in the middle of the monument. JP/Anggara Mahendra

    A young girl throws red rose petals into a pond in the middle of the monument. JP/Anggara Mahendra

  • Visitors look at Luka Bom Bali (Wounds of the Bali Bombings) book at Ground Zero. JP/Anggara Mahendra

    Visitors look at Luka Bom Bali (Wounds of the Bali Bombings) book at Ground Zero. JP/Anggara Mahendra

  • A woman reads Luka Bom Bali, which was released by the Isana Dewata Foundation on Oct. 12, 2017. The book was co-written by Ni Komang Erviani and Anak Agung Lea and tells the stories of 15 victims of the 2002 and 2005 Bali bombings. JP/Anggara Mahendra

    A woman reads Luka Bom Bali, which was released by the Isana Dewata Foundation on Oct. 12, 2017. The book was co-written by Ni Komang Erviani and Anak Agung Lea and tells the stories of 15 victims of the 2002 and 2005 Bali bombings. JP/Anggara Mahendra

  • Wina (left) and Dinda (right) read a poem titled Surat Rindu Kami (Our Longing Letters) dedicated to their parents, who were killed in the bomb blasts. JP/Anggara Mahendra

    Wina (left) and Dinda (right) read a poem titled Surat Rindu Kami (Our Longing Letters) dedicated to their parents, who were killed in the bomb blasts. JP/Anggara Mahendra

  • Gatot Indro Suranto, a Bali bombing survivor, is nicknamed Gatot Kaca because of the fragments of glass that pierced his body during a bomb blast. JP/Anggara Mahendra

    Gatot Indro Suranto, a Bali bombing survivor, is nicknamed Gatot Kaca because of the fragments of glass that pierced his body during a bomb blast. JP/Anggara Mahendra

  • Ngesti Puji Rahayu, one of the 2002 bombing survivors, poses for a photo. She suffered burns on her left arm. JP/Anggara Mahendra

    Ngesti Puji Rahayu, one of the 2002 bombing survivors, poses for a photo. She suffered burns on her left arm. JP/Anggara Mahendra

  • Chusnul and his son, Muafa, pose during the 15th anniversary of the Bali bombings at Ground Zero. JP/Anggara Mahendra

    Chusnul and his son, Muafa, pose during the 15th anniversary of the Bali bombings at Ground Zero. JP/Anggara Mahendra

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