Islamic militant Upik Lawanga sentenced  to life in prison for making bombs that killed 22 people. Photo: AP
Islamic militant Upik Lawanga sentenced to life in prison for making bombs that killed 22 people. Photo: AP
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Indonesian militant Upik Lawanga gets life sentence for 2005 attack that killed 22

  • After evading capture for 16 years, Upik Lawanga, was found guilty of making bombs used in Tentena market attack that killed 22 people and injured 91 others
  • He is a member of the Jemaah Islamiyah militant network, widely blamed for other attacks including 2002 bombings on resort island of Bali that killed 202 people

Islamic militant Upik Lawanga sentenced  to life in prison for making bombs that killed 22 people. Photo: AP
Islamic militant Upik Lawanga sentenced to life in prison for making bombs that killed 22 people. Photo: AP
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