Asia Pacific Aussies on death row in Bali stir the nation. Will final appeal work?

Drug dealers or not, Australian Prime Minister Abbot says the death penalty is 'barbaric.' Indonesians say the louder that Aussies protest the more likely the two men will face the firing squad. 

By , Correspondent

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Two Australian members of a drug syndicate arrested on the Indonesia island of Bali a decade ago could face a firing squad in days if a last minute legal appeal fails. The situation has angered many Australians who abhor the death penalty, and has caused a small row between the Pacific nations.