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Australia PM announces terror attack compensation in Bali

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Prime Minister Tony Abbott Wednesday announced a scheme to compensate Australian victims of overseas terror attacks and their families as he laid a wreath at the site of the 2002 Bali bombings. 

Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott (C) and his wife Margaret Aitken, accompanied by Bali Governor Mangku Pastika, visit the Bali bombing monument in Kuta, on October 9, 2013

Flanked by his wife Margie and Bali governor I Made Mangku Pastika, Abbott bowed his head during the solemn ceremony at a stone monument that honours the 202 people, mostly foreign tourists, who died in the attacks.

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