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U.S. lifts warning on flights in and out of Bali airport
October 20th, 2007

The United States has lifted a security warning against the airport on Indonesia’s Bali island, two years after it was issued after a string of bombings on the resort island.

The decision came ahead of U.N. climate talks in December when delegates from 189 countries will gather in Bali to discuss a pact to slow global warming.

In 2005, U.S. homeland security declared the airport in Denpasar unsafe and discouraged U.S. planes from flying directly to the island, after the attacks in 2002 and 2005 that killed over 200 people.

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