2. SOUNDBITE: (English) John Howard, Australian Prime Minister
"I move that this House expresses its outrage and condemnation at the barbaric terrorist bombings which took place in Bali, Indonesia on the 12th of October 2002, extends its deepest and heartfelt sympathies to the families and loved ones of those Australians killed, missing or injured in this brutal and despicable attack."
3. Wide shot of Australian Parliament
4. SOUNDBITE: (English) John Howard, Australian Prime Minister
"Mr Speaker, the 12th of October 2002, will for the rest of Australian history be counted as a day on which evil struck with indiscriminate and indescribable savagery. Young innocent Australians engaging an understandable period of relaxation whose innocence was palpable and whose death and injury we mark and mourn today and join the rest of the Australian community in marking and mourning."
5. Wide shot Australian Parliament
6. SOUNDBITE: (English) John Howard, Australian Prime Minister
"It was a terrible reminder that terrorism can strike anyone anywhere at ay time. No one anywhere in the world is immune to terrorism."
7. Wide shot Australian Parliament
8.SOUNDBITE: (English) John Howard, Australian Prime Minister
"There are still 220 Australians unaccounted for. It should not be automatically assumed that all those are dead, but given the very high percentage of Australians who were in the nightclub at the time of the bombing, we should as a nation prepare ourselves for the very real likelihood that the death toll of Australians will climb significantly when the final fatality and identity of the fatalities is finally known."
9. Wide shot Australian Parliament
10. SOUNDBITE: (English) John Howard, Australian Prime Minister
"The war against terrorism must go on in an uncompromising and unconditional fashion. Any other course of action would be folly."
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12. Bob Carr walks to podium
13. SOUNDBITE: (English) Bob Carr, New South Wales Premier
"I and the commissioner and the Minister resolved that there would be heightened patrols of mosques and Islamic community centres and schools. I want to offer this assurance to Australians of the Islamic faith - we recognise that you are loyal Australians, that you commitment is first and for most to this country, and our job in Government is to see that there is no reprisals, there is no act of hatred or vengeance directed at you."
14 Cutaway press conference
15 SOUNDBITE: (English) Bob Carr, New South Wales Premier:
"We recognise Australian families are grieving, but we strongly caution against any expression of generalised hatred that targets people of the Islamic faith."
Australia will send its foreign and justice ministers to Indonesia to discuss cooperation in the hunt for the terrorists
responsible for the deadly Bali bombing, Prime Minister John Howard said on Monday.
In a somber speech to Parliament, Howard said Alexander Downer and Chris Ellison would fly to Bali late Monday or early Tuesday, then go to Jakarta for discussions with the Indonesian government.
A team of Australian federal police and intelligence officers were already in Bali helping Indonesian authorities investigate the car bomb, including experts in post-bomb blast investigation and victim identification.
Federal agents were also interviewing witnesses arriving back in Australia.
Howard warned that many of more than 180 confirmed dead in the blast would be Australians.
By early Monday afternoon, the Australian death toll stood at 14. Many more were missing.
The bar destroyed by the car bomb was popular among foreign and particularly Australian travelers, and was packed at the time of the blast.
An al-Qaida-linked terror group, Jemaah Islamiyah, is the prime suspect in the bombing.
No group has yet claimed responsibility.
Bob Carr, Premier of New South Wales, has cautioned Australians against venting hatred on Australian Islamists, and said that his job in Government was to prevent any acts of revenge.