Deadly Blasts Rip through Bali
（Emergency...an unidentified woman is rushed to a hospital after suffering injuries in the blast. Photo: AFP）
Twenty-five people were dead, including three Australians, after terrorist bombs exploded overnight in three packed tourist restaurants on the Indonesian island of Bali, just days before the third anniversary of the nightclub attacks there.
Officials at Sanglah Hospital said the three Australians were a teenager from Perth, a woman from Newcastle and a man whose hometown was not listed. Nineteen Australians were among more than 100 people wounded in the attacks.
At least two Australian men were being evacuated to Singapore with serious shrapnel wounds and five Australians are listed as missing .
Police said two explosions ripped through beach-side seafood restaurants 100 metres apart in the fishing village of Jimbaran during the evening meal.
Minutes later witnesses said at least one blast tore through the Raja restaurant 30 kilometres away in the shopping district of Kuta, the scene of the 2002 bombings which left 202 people dead, including 88 Australians.