Today is the 10th anniversary of the Bali bombings, in which 202 people died. There's been a memorial service at Parliament House in Canberra. Australia's acting prime minister, Chris Evans, said that 'the day of the attacks had became "a day of resolve" to defeat terrorism and defend democracy'. Of the dead 88 were Australians; 28 were British. The words of a woman from Worcester who lost her son that day are quoted here:
I don't think you will ever get closure; you have a life sentence, there's no doubt about it.