BOMB THREATS have been delivered to the US and Australian embassies in Indonesia as the three men accused of the Bali bombings await execution.
Both the US and the Australian embassies have said that they are taking the threats seriously and have increased security accordingly.
Australian authorities have recommended that their citizens should think carefully before travelling to Indonesia as concerns rise about the possibility of revenge attacks following the executions which have been scheduled for early November, with no exact date available.
The condemned men have launched a final appeal against their imminent execution.
However, Judge Djoko Sarwoko has revealed that the appeal will not impact the timing of the execution.
The men have been found guilty of the bombings which took place in 2002 killing more than 200 people, many of whom were Australian tourists.