Two convicted terrorists are preparing to challenge their death sentences over the deadly 2004 bombing of Australia's embassy in Indonesia.
Iwan Darmawan, known as Rois, and Ahmad Hasan were sentenced to death for their part in the bombing, which killed 11 people, including the bomber, but no Australians.
A lawyer for the men, Achmad Michdan, says new evidence has come to light allowing them to apply for a judicial review in Indonesia's highest court.
However, he would not tell the ABC what that evidence is.
If their attempt to get the death sentences reduced to prison terms fails, their only remaining hope is a presidential pardon.
This year Indonesia plans to execute 10 prisoners who have exhausted all avenues of appeal.
The last time the country carried out a death penalty was in 2008.