Jakarta stock exchange bombing

Behind the Jakarta Stock Exchange Bombing Indonesia's President Wahid had ordered Suharto's son arrested. TIME Asia’s exclusive interview with Wahid's defense minister explains the government's thinking At least 77 people were injured in Jakarta Monday when an internal walkway inside the Indonesian Stock Exchange collapsed suddenly, causing widespread damage to the building's main lobby area. AT least 15 people were killed when a car bomb exploded at the Jakarta stock exchange yesterday. Dozens were injured and the blast raised fresh fears for the stability of Indonesia.

17 Jul 2009 The Indonesian capital of Jakarta was the target of a terrorist Shares on the Jakarta stock exchange fell around 1pc after the bombings, but  15 Jan 2018 Moment floor collapses at Jakarta stock exchange 00:55 It was previously targeted by Islamist militants in a car bomb attack in 2000. But in a  1 Feb 2012 Four men have admitted planning an al-Qaeda inspired plot to detonate a bomb at the London Stock Exchange. Smoke rising from the bombed Jakarta stock exchange. [Source: RTV]A bombing at the stock exchange in Jakarta, Indonesia's capital city, kills 15. It is the fourth  16 Jul 2009 September 14, 2000: A car bomb explodes inside the car park of the Jakarta Stock Exchange building, killing at least 10 people and injuring 16. 13 May 2018 Militant family uses child in suicide bomb attack on Indonesian police eight- year-old into a suicide bomb attack against police in Surabaya on Monday, Stocks plunge into bear market as Trump's Europe travel ban adds to.

The Jakarta Stock Exchange bombing was a terrorist attack on the Jakarta Stock Exchange on 14 September 2000. A car bomb exploded in the basement of the 

14 Jan 2016 Sept 13, 2000: A car bomb explodes in the basement of the Jakarta Stock Exchange building. Ten people died and 16 were injured 16. Dec 24  14 Jan 2016 Timeline of terror in Southeast Asia. September 2000 — A car bomb ripped through the basement parking lot of the Jakarta stock exchange,  10 Sep 2004 Indonesia blamed al Qaeda-tied extremists for a bombing outside A car bomb explodes inside the garage of the Jakarta Stock Exchange  17 Jul 2009 The Indonesian capital of Jakarta was the target of a terrorist Shares on the Jakarta stock exchange fell around 1pc after the bombings, but 

1 Feb 2012 Four men have admitted planning an al-Qaeda inspired plot to detonate a bomb at the London Stock Exchange.

14 Jan 2016 Timeline of terror in Southeast Asia. September 2000 — A car bomb ripped through the basement parking lot of the Jakarta stock exchange,  10 Sep 2004 Indonesia blamed al Qaeda-tied extremists for a bombing outside A car bomb explodes inside the garage of the Jakarta Stock Exchange  17 Jul 2009 The Indonesian capital of Jakarta was the target of a terrorist Shares on the Jakarta stock exchange fell around 1pc after the bombings, but  15 Jan 2018 Moment floor collapses at Jakarta stock exchange 00:55 It was previously targeted by Islamist militants in a car bomb attack in 2000. But in a  1 Feb 2012 Four men have admitted planning an al-Qaeda inspired plot to detonate a bomb at the London Stock Exchange.

10 Sep 2004 Indonesia blamed al Qaeda-tied extremists for a bombing outside A car bomb explodes inside the garage of the Jakarta Stock Exchange 

The Jakarta Stock Exchange bombing was a terrorist attack on the Jakarta Stock Exchange on 14 September 2000. A car bomb exploded in the basement of the 

The bomb killed two and injured 21 others. 14 September 2000: A car bomb exploded in the basement of the Jakarta Stock Exchange, triggering a chain of 

Plenty of people will have to answer for a building collapse in Jakarta’s stock-market building today, but counter-terrorism forces won’t be among them. Indonesian authorities have ruled out an intentional attack as a cause for the collapse of the mezzanine, which injured dozens of people but caused no deaths, at least thus far. Police were looking to question the builders of an elevated walkway that collapsed at the Indonesia Stock Exchange yesterday, injuring 72 people. Key points: 72 people were injured, Jakarta police J A K A R T A, Indonesia, Sept. 14, 2000 -- The death toll from the car bombing and fire at the Jakarta Stock Exchange rose to 15 today as speculation mounted that supporters of ex-dictator About Jakarta Stock Exchange Composite Index. The Jakarta Stock Price Index is a modified capitalization-weighted index of all stocks listed on the regular board of the Indonesia Stock Exchange. The index was developed with a base index value of 100 as of August 10, 1982. Please look at CDR JA for exchange trading days. 15 Reported Killed by Bomb at Jakarta Stock Exchange. Sept. 14, 2000. See the article in its original context from The bombing appeared to further erode public faith in the country's security

16 Jul 2009 September 14, 2000: A car bomb explodes inside the car park of the Jakarta Stock Exchange building, killing at least 10 people and injuring 16. 13 May 2018 Militant family uses child in suicide bomb attack on Indonesian police eight- year-old into a suicide bomb attack against police in Surabaya on Monday, Stocks plunge into bear market as Trump's Europe travel ban adds to. 15 Jan 2018 It was the target of a car bombing by Islamist militants in September 2000. Police ruled out a bomb as a cause of today's collapse. Images aired  15 Jan 2018 The moment the 1st floor of Jakarta Stock Exchange collapsed when a car bomb exploded inside the building's garage, killing more than 10  The Jakarta Stock Exchange bombing was a terrorist attack on the Jakarta Stock Exchange on 14 September 2000. A car bomb exploded in the basement of the building, triggering a chain of explosions in which a number of cars caught fire. Most of the dead were drivers waiting by their employer's cars. JAKARTA, Jan 15 (Reuters) - A mezzanine floor that collapsed and injured at least a dozen people in the Indonesia Stock Exchange building on Monday was not caused by a bomb, a police official said. The 2009 Jakarta Bombings were a terrorist attack which took place in Jakarta, Indonesia on 17 July 2009. At around 07:47 until 07:57 WIB, the JW Marriott and Ritz-Carlton Hotels in Setiabudi, South Jakarta, were hit by separate bombings five minutes apart. Nine people were killed, of whom three were Indonesian, three were Australians, two were from The Netherlands, and one was from New Zealand. More than 50 people were injured in the blasts. Both blasts were caused by suicide bombers, who check