At least 25 people have been killed and more than 100 injured in a series of apparently coordinated bomb explosions on Indonesia's resort island of Bali. Two restaurants on Jimbaran beach and a third restaurant at a shopping center in nearby Kuta were hit by explosions just after dark Saturday. Kuta was the site of the October 12, 2002 nightclub bombings that killed 202 people, most of them foreigners. Local news reports described scenes of carnage and panic after Saturday's bombs went off. At least one Australian and one Japanese citizen are reported among the dead. Five South Koreans were among the injured. Indonesians, Australians, Japanese and Americans also were hurt, although the numbers are not clear. President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono has condemned the Saturday evening blasts as terrorist acts, and has vowed to bring those responsible to justice. In recent months, Mr. Yudhoyono has called for increased security, saying September and October seem to be favored months for terrorist attacks. On Saturday, he said he had been forewarned of a possible terror attack, but that intelligence indicated the target was Jakarta. The Islamic extremist group, Jemaah Islamiyah, claimed credit for the 2002 attack, as well as two others -- an attack in August 2003 that killed 12 people at a Marriott hotel in Jakarta, and another in September 2004 that killed 10 people at Indonesia's Australian embassy.