Asia: Back on Alert

As police hustled Imam Samudra from a prosecutor's office in Bali to a waiting armored vehicle last Wednesday, after evidence was presented relating to his alleged role in the Oct. 12 bombings that left 202 people dead, he showed no remorse. Instead, he raised his manacled hands in defiance and shouted, "Allahu Akbar (God is great)." Then came a chilling warning: "After Riyadh," he vowed, "there will be more." It may have been the angry bravado of a man who knows he may soon face the death penalty, but Samudra—accused of being the operational commander of the Bali bombings—is not the...

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