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TIMOR-MILITARY/
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November 15, 2007
East Timor's Prime Minister Xanana Gusmao (C) meets former soldiers in the district of Aileu November...
Aileu, East Timor
East Timor's Prime Minister Xanana Gusmao (C) meets former soldiers in the district of Aileu
East Timor's Prime Minister Xanana Gusmao (C) meets former soldiers in the district of Aileu November 15, 2007. Gusmao began talks on Thursday with former soldiers whose dismissal sparked protest that led to bloodshed in the tiny country last year. REUTERS/Lirio Da Fonseca (EAST TIMOR)
TIMOR-MILITARY/
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November 15, 2007
East Timor's Prime Minister Xanana Gusmao (R) talks with former major Agusto Tara Araoujo in the district...
Aileu, East Timor
East Timor's Prime Minister Gusmao talks with former major Tara in the district of Aileu
East Timor's Prime Minister Xanana Gusmao (R) talks with former major Agusto Tara Araoujo in the district of Aileu November 15, 2007. Gusmao began talks on Thursday with former soldiers whose dismissal sparked protests that led to bloodshed in the tiny country last year. REUTERS/Lirio Da Fonseca (EAST TIMOR)
RAMOS-HORTA
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August 29, 2001
Jose Ramos-Horta, East Timor's defacto Foreign Minister and and Nobel peace laureate, sits by a sign...
Aileu, East Timor
Jose Ramos-Horta, East Timor's defacto Foreign Minister and and Nobel peace laureate, sits by a sign.....
Jose Ramos-Horta, East Timor's defacto Foreign Minister and and Nobel peace laureate, sits by a sign which reads "Stop the violence, Now " at a polling station in Aileu, 48 km north of Dili, August 29, 2001. [East Timor goes to the polls on Thursday in its first democratic election after centuries of colonial rule to choose an 88-member constituent assembly that will prepare the tiny territory for independence next year. ]
TIMOR
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August 29, 2001
Jose Ramos-Horta (R), East Timor's defacto Foreign Minister and Nobel
peace laureate and the head of...
Aileu, East Timor
EAST TIMOR'S DEFACTO FOREIGN MINISTER RAMOS-HORTA EXAMINES A POLLING
BOOTH IN AILEU.
Jose Ramos-Horta (R), East Timor's defacto Foreign Minister and Nobel
peace laureate and the head of the United Nations mission in East Timor
Sergio Viera de Mello (L) examine a mock polling booth inside a polling
station during a brief tour in Aileu, 48 km (30 miles) north of Dili
August 29, 2001. East Timor, a former Indonesian territory, will vote
on Thursday in the country's first democratic elections, exactly two
years to the day after their bloody vote for independence.

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TIMOR
RTRM0HV
August 29, 2001
An East Timorese man carrying a chicken, turns away to avoid the dust
and dirt from a United Nations...
Aileu, East Timor
AN EAST TIMORESE MAN HIDES HIS FACE FROM DUST IN AILEU.
An East Timorese man carrying a chicken, turns away to avoid the dust
and dirt from a United Nations helicopter as it takes off from a soccer
field in Aileu, 48 km (30 miles) north of Dili August 29, 2001. East
Timor, a former Indonesian territory, will vote on Thursday in the
country's first democratic elections, exactly two years to the day
after their bloody vote for independence.

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TIMOR
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August 29, 2001
Jose Ramos-Horta, East Timor's defacto Foreign Minister and and Nobel
peace laureate, sits by a sign...
Aileu, East Timor
RAMOS HORTA SITS AT A POLLING BOOTH IN EAST TIMOR.
Jose Ramos-Horta, East Timor's defacto Foreign Minister and and Nobel
peace laureate, sits by a sign which reads "Stop the violence, Now " at
a polling station in Aileu, 48 km north of Dili, August 29, 2001. East
Timor goes to the polls on Thursday in its first democratic election
after centuries of colonial rule to choose an 88-member constituent
assembly that will prepare the tiny territory for independence next
year.

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TIMOR
RTRM0HC
August 29, 2001
An East Timorese police officer and an election worker carry a sealed
case containing ballot papers...
Aileu, East Timor
POLICE AND ELECTION OFFICIALS CARRY A SEALED CASE CONTAINING BALLOT
PAPERS IN AILEU.
An East Timorese police officer and an election worker carry a sealed
case containing ballot papers into a United Nations truck for
transportation to outlying regions at the UN district office in Aileu,
48 km (30 miles) north of Dili August 29, 2001. East Timor, a former
Indonesian territory, will vote on Thursday in the country's first
democratic elections, exactly two years to the day after their bloody
vote for independence.

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TIMOR
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August 29, 2001
An East Timorese police officer ties ballot boxes to the back of a
United Nations truck for transportation...
Aileu, East Timor
AN EAST TIMORESE POLICEMAN TIES BALLOT BOXES TO A TRUCK IN AILEU.
An East Timorese police officer ties ballot boxes to the back of a
United Nations truck for transportation to outlying regions at the U.N.
district office in Aileu, 48 km north of Dili, August 29, 2001. East
Timor goes to the polls on Thursday in its first democratic election
after centuries of colonial rule to choose an 88-member constituent
assembly that will prepare the tiny territory for independence next
year.

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TIMOR
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August 29, 2001
An East Timorese police officer and election workers load a sealed case
containg ballots into a United...
Aileu, East Timor
BALLOTS ARE LOADED INTO A UN TRUCK IN AILEU.
An East Timorese police officer and election workers load a sealed case
containg ballots into a United Nations truck for transportation to
outlying regions at the UN district office in Aileu, 48 km north of
Dili, August 29, 2001. East Timor goes to the polls on Thursday in its
first democratic election after centuries of colonial rule to choose an
88-member constituent assembly that will prepare the tiny territory for
independence next year.

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TIMOR
RTRM0GV
August 29, 2001
An East Timorese police officer and an election worker load ballot
boxes and voting material into a...
Aileu, East Timor
BALLOT BOXES ARE LOADED IN A TRUCK IN AILEU EAST TIMOR.
An East Timorese police officer and an election worker load ballot
boxes and voting material into a United Nations truck for
transportation to outlying regions at the U.N. district office in
Aileu, 48 km north of Dili, August 29, 2001. East Timor goes to the
polls on Thursday in its first democratic election after centuries of
colonial rule to choose an 88-member constituent assembly that will
prepare the tiny territory for independence next year.

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TIMOR GURRILLAS
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March 20, 2000
FILE PHOTO 23NOV99 - FOR RELEASE WITH FEATURE BC-TIMOR-GUERRILLAS - A Falintil commander inspects his...
Ailue, East Timor
FOR RELEASE WITH FEATURE BC-TIMOR-GUERRILLAS.
FILE PHOTO 23NOV99 - FOR RELEASE WITH FEATURE BC-TIMOR-GUERRILLAS - A Falintil commander inspects his troops during a visit by U.S Ambassador to the United Nations, Richard Holbrooke, in Ailue, 20 kms south of Dili. The United Nations transitional government and the former resistance movement are still in the process of discussing the future of Falintil. Picture taken November 23,1999.

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EAST TIMOR
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March 16, 2000
- FILE PHOTO 23NOV99 - A Falintil commander inspects his troops during a visit by U.S Ambassador to the...
Ailue, East Timor
- FILE PHOTO 23NOV99 - A Falintil commander inspects his troops during a visit by U.S Ambassador to .....
- FILE PHOTO 23NOV99 - A Falintil commander inspects his troops during a visit by U.S Ambassador to the United Nations, Richard Holbrooke, in Ailue, 20 kms south of Dili. The United Nations transitional government and the former resistance movement are still in the process of discussing the future of Falintil. Picture taken November 23,1999.
EAST TIMOR
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November 23, 1999
United States Ambassador to the United Nations Richard Holbrooke (L) listens to Xanana Gusmao (R), leader...
Ailue, East Timor
United States Ambassador to the United Nations Richard Holbrooke (L) listens to Xanana Gusmao (R), l.....
United States Ambassador to the United Nations Richard Holbrooke (L) listens to Xanana Gusmao (R), leader of the National Council for Timorese Resistance (CNRT) during the ambassador's trip to Ailue, 20 kms south of Dili November 23. Holbrooke is on a two-day trip to the former Indonesian territory which was ravaged by pro-Jakarta militia's after their historic August 30 ballot on independence.
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TIMOR
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November 23, 1999
A Falintil commander inspects his troops during United States Ambassador to the United Nations Richard...
Ailue, East Timor
A FALINTIL COMMANDER EXAMINES HIS TROOPS IN AILUE.
A Falintil commander inspects his troops during United States Ambassador to the United Nations Richard Holbrooke visit to their camp in Ailue, 20 kms south of Dili November 23. Holbrooke, visiting Xanana Gusmao in Ailue, is on two-day trip to the former Indonesian territory which was ravaged by pro-Jakarta militia's after their historic August 30 ballot on independence.

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TIMOR
RTRSMSB
November 23, 1999
United States Ambassador to the United Nations Richard Holbrooke (L) listens to Xanana Gusmao (R), leader...
Ailue, East Timor
XANANA GUSMAO MEETS WITH RICHARD HOLBROOKE IN EAST TIMOR.
United States Ambassador to the United Nations Richard Holbrooke (L) listens to Xanana Gusmao (R), leader of the National Council for Timorese Resistance (CNRT) during the ambassador's trip to Ailue, 20 kms south of Dili November 23. Holbrooke is on a two-day trip to the former Indonesian territory which was ravaged by pro-Jakarta militia's after their historic August 30 ballot on independence.

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TIMOR GURRILLAS
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November 23, 1999
FOR RELEASE WITH FEATURE BC-TIMOR-GUERRILLAS

A Falintil commander inspects his troops during a visit...
Ailue, East Timor
A FALINTIL COMMANDER INSPECTS HIS TROOPS IN EAST TIMOR.
FOR RELEASE WITH FEATURE BC-TIMOR-GUERRILLAS

A Falintil commander inspects his troops during a visit by U.S Ambassador to the United Nations, Richard Holbrooke, in Ailue, 20 kms south of Dili in this November 23, 1999 file photo. East Timorese are pressing the U.N. to put once-outlawed Falintil independence fighters back into the jungles to help peacekeepers rein in pro-Jakarta militias.
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