Bali: Once Again

Helsan Surapati sits on the glass-strewn pavement outside the gutted Raja restaurant, playing a blurry video clip of smoke and bloodied faces on his mobile phone. The Balinese vendor was buying a soda just down the street when a bomb hit the three-story building in Bali's popular tourist strip of Kuta. In a quivering voice, Helsan describes how he helped carry the wounded to taxis so they could be rushed to hospital. "There were people everywhere with bloodied faces," he says. "They were afraid of another bomb and were screaming and running." He shakes his head, repeating over and over: "It...

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