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Bombing incidents between January and July 2001

Wednesday, 20 October 2010
Since May 1998, the number of bomb tragedies has been on the increase.  Between January and July 2001 alone, there were 81 such incidents; 29 in the capital city Jakarta, and the remainder in locations outside Jakarta, including Depok, Bekasi, Jogjakarta, Banten and Central... more


The Bomb Terror in Indonesia

Wednesday, 20 October 2010
Since moves to bring the military under civilian control intensified in 2000, incidents of bombing have been on the increase in Indonesia.  Although this bomb terror cannot yet be described as constituting systematic acts of terror, these bomb incidents have caused concern among members of... more


Incidents of Bombing to July 2001

Monday, 18 October 2010
Opening our history books, we find that bombings are nothing new to Indonesia.  Kontras notes that bombings have occurred since 1976, and throughout the 1980s.  However, over the past two years, the intensity of these bombing incidents and terror campaigns involving bombs and... more


On Bombs and other Explosives

Monday, 18 October 2010
Explosive materials can explode only if subjected to impact, friction, or an increase in temperature.  Friction will cause a change in the chemical structure of an originally stable explosive material, and if subjected to impact will produce a massive explosion or flaming... more


The Bombs Exploding Around Us

Monday, 18 October 2010
Commander of the Police Headquarters Chemical and Biological Forensic Team, Superintendent Marsudi, concluded that the bomb that exploded at the Jakarta Stock Exchange Building was either C3 or C4.  When giving a statement to the press in Jakarta, Roesdihardjo confirmed that a second bomb... more


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