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Australia Reacts to the Bali Terror Bombing

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Australia Reacts to the Bali Terror Bombing

Australia Reacts to the Bali Terror Bombing

Australia Reacts to the Bali Terror Bombing

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Host Bob Edwards talks to Reporter Phil Mercer in Sydney about Australia's reaction to this month's bombing on Bali that killed some 180 tourists, many of whom were Australian. Australia's Prime Minister John Howard says his government will do everything possible to help Indonesia capture those responsible for the October 12th bombing at a nightclub.

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