[PeterPaul.ca] — Bombings in Jakarta, Indonesia, have killed at least six people Friday at two of the most luxurious hotels in the Indonesian capital. Following is a look at recent terror attacks in the world’s fourth most populous country:
Sep. 13, 2000
A car bomb explodes in the basement below the Jakarta Stock Exhange Building, killing 15 people.
Dec. 24, 2000
A series of explosions targeting Roman Catholic and Protestant churches in Jakarta and other cities kills 18 people.
Oct. 12, 2002
Explosions rock the Paddy’s Pub and Sari club in Bali, Indonesia, killing 202 people including two Canadians. Another 240 people were injured.
Aug. 5, 2003
A suicide bomber detonates a car bomb outside the J.W. Marriott Hotel in Jakarta, killing 12, injuring 150.
Sep. 9, 2004
A one-tonne truck bomb explodes outside the Australian embassy in south Jakarta, 9 people are killed and more than 150 others are injured.
Oct. 1, 2005
Three blasts rock three south Bali villages, killing 20 people including three suicide bombers.
Jul. 16, 2009
The Ritz-Carlton and Marriott hotels in Jakarta are targeted, at least six people are reported dead.