Bombings in Indonesia since 1999 (www.msnbc.com)
The ground floor of Jakartas main Istiqlal mosque is destroyed by a bomb allegedly
set off by Jemaah Islamiyah extremists. No one is injured.
Aug. 1, 2000
A bomb kills two people and seriously injures the Philippine Ambassador to Indonesia.
Police say the attack was mounted to avenge an assault that ousted the Muslim separatist Moro Islamic Liberation from their
camp on the Philippines southern island of Mindanao in 1999.
A car bomb explodes inside the garage of the Jakarta Stock Exchange building, killing 10 people
and injuring 16. Police claim Acehnese separatists rebels are behind the explosion. The rebels say they had nothing to do
16 people are killed during a wave of Christmas Eve bombings that hit dozens of churches in 10
cities across Indonesia. Alleged Jemaah Islamiyah chief Abu Bakar Bashir is currently on trial for the bombings.
A car bomb wrecks the basement of a Jakarta supermarket, but kills no one. Police say Jemaah Islamiyah
militants may have been responsible.
A hand grenade blows up in front of a restaurant at a busy shopping center in Jakarta, killing one
person during New Years celebrations.
A bomb kills one person and injures six at a Jakarta supermarket near a large army housing complex,
where many of Indonesias high-ranking generals live.
Three near-simultaneous blasts rock a resort on the island of Bali killing 202 people, mostly
foreign tourists. Police blame the Southeast Asian terror group Jemaah Islamiyah for the attacks.
A small bomb explodes behind a U.N. building in Jakarta. No one is injured.
A pipe bomb rips through the departures terminal of Jakarta airport, killing 11 people.
A bomb shatters glass and damages a wall in Indonesias Parliament, just days after police arrest
nine Islamic militants they say were planning fresh terror attacks.
A suspected car bomb explodes at the Marriott hotel in Jakarta, killing 10 and injuring more than
Multiple bombs exploded in a market in Tentena, Poso, Central Sulawesi province, killing 21 people
and injuring more than 70 people.