Bali bomb survivor: Memories stay strong


A court in Indonesia is due to hand down its verdict on a man accused of making the bombs that killed more than 200 people in Bali 10 years ago.

Umar Patek, 45, is said to have assembled explosives for the two suicide bombings on a bar and a nightclub in Bali as well as other earlier attacks.

He denies the charges. Among those killed in the blasts were 88 Australians.

Duncan Kennedy spoke to one survivor, Peter Hughes, from Perth who gave evidence in court and now runs his own burns foundation.

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