Bali: Two Years After

Endang Isnanik was stitching away at her sewing machine when she heard news of the Australian embassy bombing in Jakarta last month. Though hundreds of kilometers away in Bali, the 32-year-old widow began to cry, remembering the explosion that took the life of her husband in Kuta two years ago. "We cry every time we hear that a bomb has gone off," says the slight mother of three, trembling with an almost vacant look in her eyes. "I still have trouble sleeping."

Many in Bali are still traumatized by the bombings their island experienced, which left 202 people...

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