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British Woman Assaulted In Bali By Man Posing A Moped Taxi Driver

A British woman in Bali was assaulted by a Balinese man posing as a taxi driver. In the targeted attack, the British tourist was offered a cheap moped taxi ride to a nightclub close to her accommodation after her attacker overheard her decline a more expensive ride. Police have arrested the attacker, and he now …

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Tourist Detained In Bali For Disorderly Behavior In The Street

Authorities have detained an Australian citizen on vacation in Bali for disorderly behavior. The man was bought into the custody of the Badung Regency Civil Service Police Unit on Monday, 17th October, at around 4 pm.  The man, whose name has not been made public, is believed to be a boxer. Despite his erratic behavior …

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Victims And Loved Ones Left Traumatized By Graphic Footage At Bali Bombing Memorial

Attendees at the Bali Bombing Memorial event held at Ground Zero Monument in Legian yesterday evening were left triggered and traumatized after footage of the bombing was shown at the event. The graphic imagery included unseen footage of the aftermath of the attacks, a reenactment of the bomber’s movement before the blast, and footage of …

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Hundreds Gather To Mark 20th Anniversary Of The Bali Bombings

Wednesday 12th October marks the 20th anniversary of the devastating Bali Bombings. The event shook the world and has left hundreds of families with incomparable grief that they will carry for there rest of their lives. A total of 202 people died in the attack on Paddy’s Bar and Sari Club in 2002. The victims …

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Money Changers In Bali Face Further Scrutiny As Another Tourist Highlights ‘Calculation Error’

An Australian tourist in Bali has called out a money changer in Kuta for a significant ‘calculation error’. According to local reports, a tourist visited money changing outlet in Kuta on Monday 4th, October. The traveler was looking to exchange AUD 400 for Indonesian Rupiah. She was given in cash, less than half of what …

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Falling Tree Crushes Car In Heavy Rain As Weather Warnings Issued In Bali

A week of extreme weather has hit Bali and resulted in trees falling damage to cars, and damage to beach vendors for hire equipment. As the change of seasons rolls across Bali, so too does fluctuations in temperature causing heavy rainfall, rapidly changing tides, and trees falling in residential areas.  Legian Village, in Kuta, received …

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