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Japan Today - News - Howard says gov't had no specific intelligence on Bali attacks - Japan's Leading International News Network

Japan Today - News - Howard says gov't had no specific intelligence on Bali attacks - Japan's Leading International News NetworkHoward says gov't had no specific intelligence on Bali attacks

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Tuesday, October 4, 2005 at 04:00 JST
SYDNEY — Australian Prime Minister John Howard said Monday his government had no "specific intelligence" of bomb attacks in advance of the latest Bali blasts that killed two Australians and at least 20 others, though it has repeatedly warned its citizens of the dangers of traveling to Indonesia.

"No specific intelligence was received by us and, to my knowledge, by any of the other Western embassies in Jakarta," Howard told reporters in Sydney. "But for several years now...we have regularly told people that it's dangerous to go to Indonesia. We've regularly told people of the dangers of bomb attacks."

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