Investigators remove debris from the Sari Club in Kuta, Bali, as efforts continued to identify the victims of the car bomb attack at the club in the town in which up to 33 Britons were believed killed. * Police spokesman Major General Saleh Saaf said police have questioned at least 47 people about the blast, and that a security guard and another man were being "intensively interrogated" but denied reports that the two had been arrested. 07/08/03 : Muslim mechanic Amrozi bin Nurhasyim was sentenced to death by firing squad after being found guilty by a court on the Indonesian island of planning and helping to carry out the attacks which killed 202 people, including 26 Britons. 10/10/03: A memorial service for the victims of the Bali bombing will be taking place over the weekend in London. 11/10/2003: The number of British deaths in last year's Bali bombings has risen to 28, in the light of revised figures from the Foreign Office.The higher death toll for Britain emerged as the relatives of the victims prepared to mark the first anniversary of the attack on the Indonesian holiday island. The UK deaths figure was 26, but the Foreign Office last night added two dual nationality victims to the number of British victims.