Terrorist Bombing in Bali Nightclub

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Saturday-s bombing in Bali has tainted a symbol of earthly perfection with the ugliest of realities, proving that terrorism is a constant threat anywhere in the world. Despite a dearth of evidence, Indonesia-s foreign minister has linked al Qaeda to violence that has claimed the lives of almost 200 people and injured hundreds more. Will this latest horror force Indonesia-s moderate, Muslim government to finally crack down on Islamic militants? We get an update on how the island nation is coping with the vicious attack, and hear about the implications for Indonesia, the global fight against terror, and the possible war with Iraq from a former official of Human Rights Watch, one of the world-s foremost experts on terrorism and a ranking member of the Defense Department.
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Joint statement on suspension of devolved government in Northern Ireland

Belfast (Good Friday) Agreement

Sinn F-in

Ulster Unionist Party

Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms

Federal Bureau of Investigation



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