Bali Attack Blamed on Al-Qaida, Local Group

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Host Bob Edwards speaks with NPR's Michael Sullivan about the car-bomb attack that killed more than 180 people in Bali, Indonesia, on Saturday. The Indonesian Defense Secretary says al-Qaida is involved, along with a regional Islamic group, Jemaah Islamiyah.



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