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article imageAustralia remembers the victims of the Bali bombings 10 years on Special

By Richard Milnes     Oct 12, 2012 in World
Coogee - Australia remembered those killed in the Bali bombings at a memorial commemoration ceremony in the Sydney beachside suburb of Coogee.
Of the 202 people killed in the Bali bombings, 88 were Australian. Forty-three of these were from NSW, of which twenty were from the eastern suburbs of Sydney.
Hundreds of people gathered at 10am on Friday 12 October, at Dolphins Point, Coogee (in Sydney’s eastern suburbs) to support the friends and families of the victims, and honour the lives of those who died in the bombings.
Dignitaries attended the Bali memorial commemoration ceremony at Dolphins Point  Coogee  including M...
Dignitaries attended the Bali memorial commemoration ceremony at Dolphins Point, Coogee, including Mayor of Randwick, Tony Bowen (left), NSW Premier, Barry O’Farrell (centre) and Malcolm Turnbull MP (right).
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Despite the unusually miserable weather  hundreds of people gathered to pay their respects and mark ...
Despite the unusually miserable weather, hundreds of people gathered to pay their respects and mark the tenth anniversary of the Bali bombings.
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There were emotional scenes as speeches were heard from those that had lost loved ones in the Bali t...
There were emotional scenes as speeches were heard from those that had lost loved ones in the Bali terrorist attack.
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Jane Mavroudis  gave a moving account of the loss of her brother  David  in the Bali bombings. He wa...
Jane Mavroudis, gave a moving account of the loss of her brother, David, in the Bali bombings. He was one of six members of the Coogee Dolphins Rugby League club that died in the terrorist attack.
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Dave Byron who  despite the tragic loss of his fifteen year-old daughter Chloe in the Bali Bombings ...
Dave Byron who, despite the tragic loss of his fifteen year-old daughter Chloe in the Bali Bombings, was determined to remain cheerful and be filled only with love.
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More images of the Bali memorial ceremony can be seen here.
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