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EAST TIMOR
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October 31, 2003
AUSTRALIAN STATE PREMIER BRACKS AND EAST TIMOR PRESIDENT XANANA GUSMAO
ATTEND A MEMORIAL SERVICE IN...
Balibo, East Timor
AUSTRALIAN STATE PREMIER BRACKS AND EAST TIMOR PRESIDENT XANANA GUSMAO
ATTEND A MEMORIAL SERVICE ......
AUSTRALIAN STATE PREMIER BRACKS AND EAST TIMOR PRESIDENT XANANA GUSMAO
ATTEND A MEMORIAL SERVICE IN BALIBO, EAST TIMOR.
EAST TIMOR
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October 31, 2003
Sue Andel (L), Julie Shackleton (C) and Maureen Tolfree, relatives of
the five Australia-based journalists...
Balibo, East Timor
FAMILY OF THE JOURNALISTS KILLED IN EAST TIMOR ATTEND A MEMORIAL IN
BALIBO.
Sue Andel (L), Julie Shackleton (C) and Maureen Tolfree, relatives of
the five Australia-based journalists killed while covering the
Indonesian invasion of East Timor in 1975, place wreaths at a house in
Balibo, west of Dili, October 31, 2003. REUTERS/Lirio Da Fonseca

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EAST TIMOR
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October 31, 2003
Steve Bracks, premier of Australia's State of Victoria (R), and East
Timor's President Xanana Gusmao...
Balibo, East Timor
STEVE BRACKS AND XANANA GUSMAO ATTEND A MEMORIAL SEVICE IN BALIBO, EAST
TIMOR.
Steve Bracks, premier of Australia's State of Victoria (R), and East
Timor's President Xanana Gusmao (L) wear traditional costumes as they
attend a memorial ceremony for five Australia-based journalist who were
killed covering the Indonesian invasion of East Timor in 1975 in
Balibo, west of Dili, October 31, 2003. Family members of the 5 slain
journalists, Brian Peters, Gary Cunningham, Greg Shackleton, Malcolm
Rennie and Tony Stewart, gathered in Balibo for the dedication of a
memorial at the site where they were killed filming the Indonesian
invasion. REUTERS/Lirio Da Fonseca

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EAST TIMOR
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August 05, 2001
Helicopters from Australia's 131 Reconnaissance Squadron and New
Zealand's 3 Squadron fly in stack formation...
Balibo, East Timor
AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND HELICOPTERS FLY IN STACK FORMATION OVER
BALIBO IN EAST TIMOR.
Helicopters from Australia's 131 Reconnaissance Squadron and New
Zealand's 3 Squadron fly in stack formation over Balibo in East Timor
where they are based as part of the United Nations Peacekeeping Force
August 5, 2001. The joint Australia-New Zealand air operations are part
of the U.N. Transitional Administration in East Timor (UNTAET) force
currently overseeing the restoration of peace and stability to the
former Indonesian province after it won its indepence from Indonesia in
a landmark referendum.

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TIMOR ELECTION
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May 14, 2001
An East Timorese, waiting to register to vote in an upcoming election, holds an Indonesian identity card...
Balibo, East Timor
AN EAST TIMORESE HOLDS INDONESIAN IDENTITY CARDS TO REGISTER TO VOTE IN BALIBO.
An East Timorese, waiting to register to vote in an upcoming election, holds an Indonesian identity card in East Timor's Balibo. An all-important election will take place on August 30, the second anniversary of its overwhelming vote to shake off 23 years of Indonesian rule, but many diplomats and locals are worried about the potential for violence. Picture taken May 14, 2001.

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TIMOR ELECTION
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May 14, 2001
East Timorese wait to register to vote in East Timor's Balibo. An all-important election will take place...
Balibo, East Timor
EAST TIMORESE WAIT TO REGISTER TO VOTE IN BALIBO.
East Timorese wait to register to vote in East Timor's Balibo. An all-important election will take place on August 30, the second anniversary of its overwhelming vote to shake off 23 years of Indonesian rule, but many diplomats and locals are worried about the potential for violence. Picture taken May 14, 2001.

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TIMOR
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October 27, 1999
An unidentified Australian peacekeeping soldier (C), suffering from severe dehydration, is hooked up...
Balibo, East Timor
AUSTRALIAN SOLDIER EVACUATED FROM BALIBO.
An unidentified Australian peacekeeping soldier (C), suffering from severe dehydration, is hooked up to an intravenous drip as he is evacuated from Balibo, 128 kilometers (80 miles) west of Dili, October 27. The nearly 8,000 peacekeeping troops in East Timor must fight heat exhaustion and dehydration on a daily basis as they carry out their duties in sweltering heat.

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INDONESIA EAST TIMOR
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October 05, 1999
Two men ride their motorcycle loaded with chickens into the East Timor capital of Dili, October 5. Following...
Balibo, East Timor
TWO MEN RIDE MOTORCYCLE LOADED WITH CHICKENS IN DILI.
Two men ride their motorcycle loaded with chickens into the East Timor capital of Dili, October 5. Following two weeks of a United Nations peacekeeping presence in East Timor, people are trying to return to their normal way of life, opening market stalls and rebuilding homes damaged by militiamen after a vote on August 30 showing a majority of East Timorese support independence from Indonesia.

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INDONESIA EAST TIMOR
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October 05, 1999
Australian peacekeeper Maj. David Kilcullen (R) talks with a resident of the East Timor village of Balibo,...
Balibo, East Timor
AN EAST TIMORESE RESIDENT SPEAKS TO AN AUSTRALIAN PEACEKEEPER IN BALIBO.
Australian peacekeeper Maj. David Kilcullen (R) talks with a resident of the East Timor village of Balibo, October 5, after the man, who asked not to be named for security reasons, claimed to have escaped from a militia camp in West Timor. The man and his wife along with other residents of Balibo were threatend with death if they did not follow fleeing militias into West Timor.

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TIMOR
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October 03, 1999
Australian peacekeepers stand guard outside an old Portugese fort in Balibo October 3 which the Australian...
Balibo, East Timor
AUSTRALIAN PEACEKEEPERS STAND GUARD IN BALIBO.
Australian peacekeepers stand guard outside an old Portugese fort in Balibo October 3 which the Australian military is using as their headquarters. International forces in East Timor expanded west to the town of Balibo this weekend to find a ghost town with no sign of refugees or of pro-Indonesian militias. Balibo has been a stronghold for the pro-Indonesian East Timorese since the official declaration of intergration with Indonesia was signed there in 1976.

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TIMOR
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October 03, 1999
Australian peacekeepers disembark from a Blackhawk helicopter in Balibo October 3. International forces...
Balibo, East Timor
AUSTRALIAN PEACEKEEPERS DISEMBARK FROM HELICOPTER IN BALIBO.
Australian peacekeepers disembark from a Blackhawk helicopter in Balibo October 3. International forces in East Timor expanded west to the town of Balibo this weekend to find a ghost town with no sign of refugees or of pro-Indonesian militias. Balibo has been a stronghold for the pro-Indonesian East Timorese since the official declaration of intergration with Indonesia was signed there in 1976.

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TIMOR
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October 03, 1999
An Australian peacekeeper looks out from an old Portugese fort in Balibo October 3. International forces...
Balibo, East Timor
AN AUSTRALIAN PEACEKEEPER LOOKS OUT FROM OLD PORTUGESE FORT IN BALIBO.
An Australian peacekeeper looks out from an old Portugese fort in Balibo October 3. International forces in East Timor expanded west to the town of Balibo this weekend to find a ghost town with no sign of refugees or of pro-Indonesian militias. Balibo has been a stronghold for the pro-Indonesian East Timorese since the official declaration of intergration with Indonesia was signed there in 1976.

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EAST TIMOR INDONESIA
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October 02, 1999
Australian helicopters land to deploy troops in Balibo, East Timor along the West Timor border October...
Balibo, East Timor
AUSTRALIAN HELICOPTERS LAND TO DEPLOY SOLDIERS IN BALIBO EAST TIMOR.
Australian helicopters land to deploy troops in Balibo, East Timor along the West Timor border October 1. The pace of multinational military operations on East Timor picked up on Friday as the Australian-led force surged into the west of the province to restore peace and security there.

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EAST TIMOR INDONESIA
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October 02, 1999
Australian soldiers shield their eyes from the wind as helicopters depart after deploying troops in Balibo,...
Balibo, East Timor
AUSTRALIAN SOLDIERS LAND IN BALIBO EAST TIMOR.
Australian soldiers shield their eyes from the wind as helicopters depart after deploying troops in Balibo, East Timor along the West Timor border October 1. The pace of multinational military operations on East Timor picked up on Friday as the Australian-led force surged into the west of the province to restore peace and security there.

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TIMOR UNREST
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August 18, 1999
Armed with homemade weapons pro-Jakarta militia display a show of force in Balibo, 60 km south west of...
Balibo, Indonesia
PRO-INDONESIAN MILITIA DISPLAY THEIR WEAPONS IN A SHOW OF FORCE IN BALIBO.
Armed with homemade weapons pro-Jakarta militia display a show of force in Balibo, 60 km south west of Dili August 18. Tensions were high in the area after the pro-Indonesia militia attacked a pro-independence office and the local student office in nearby Maliana.

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EAST TIMOR
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July 22, 1999
East Timorese tribal leaders wearing traditional clothes attend a ceremony marking the anniversary of...
Balibo, East Timor
East Timorese tribal leaders wearing traditional clothes attend a ceremony marking the anniversary o.....
East Timorese tribal leaders wearing traditional clothes attend a ceremony marking the anniversary of Indonesia's annexation of the territory in Balibo, 126 km south west of Dili July 17. The people of East Timor, a former Portuguese colony, will vote late next month on independence in a U.N. organized ballot. ??»
TIMOR CEREMONY
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July 17, 1999
An East Timorese holds a chicken while attending a ceremony marking the anniversary of Indonesia's annexation...
Balibo, East Timor
AN EAST TIMORESE MAN HOLDS A CHICKEN DURING A CEREMONY IN BALIBO.
An East Timorese holds a chicken while attending a ceremony marking the anniversary of Indonesia's annexation of the territory in Balibo, 126 km south west of Dili July 17. The people of East Timor, a former Portuguese colony, will vote late next month on independence in a U.N. organized ballot.

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TIMOR CEREMONY
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July 17, 1999
East Timorese salute while holding Indonesian flags during a ceremony marking the anniversary of Indonesia's...
Balibo, East Timor
EAST TIMORESE ATTEND A CEREMONY MARKING INDONESIA'S ANNEXATION OF THE COLONY IN BALIBO.
East Timorese salute while holding Indonesian flags during a ceremony marking the anniversary of Indonesia's annexation of the territory in Balibo, 126 km south west of Dili July 17. The people of East Timor, a former Portuguese colony, will vote late next month on independence in a U.N. organized ballot.

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TIMOR CEREMONY
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July 17, 1999
Pro-Jakarta militia attend a ceremony marking the anniversary of Indonesia's annexation of the territory...
Balibo, East Timor
PRO-JAKARTA MILITIA ATTEND A CEREMONY MARKING INDONESIA'S ANNEXATION OF EAST TIMOR IN BALIBO.
Pro-Jakarta militia attend a ceremony marking the anniversary of Indonesia's annexation of the territory in Balibo, 126 km south west of Dili July 17. The people of East Timor, a former Portuguese colony, will vote late next month on independence in a U.N. organized ballot.

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TIMOR CEREMONY
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July 17, 1999
East Timorese tribal leaders wearing traditional clothes attend a ceremony marking the anniversary of...
Balibo, East Timor
EAST TIMORESE ATTEND A CEREMONY MARKING INDONESIA'S ANNEXATION OF THE TERRITORY.
East Timorese tribal leaders wearing traditional clothes attend a ceremony marking the anniversary of Indonesia's annexation of the territory in Balibo, 126 km south west of Dili July 17. The people of East Timor, a former Portuguese colony, will vote late next month on independence in a U.N. organized ballot.

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TIMOR
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February 20, 1999
An East Timorese mother carries on her back a basketful of corn in Balibo town on the outskirts of East...
Balibo, East Timor
EAST TIMORESE WITH BASKET OF CORN.
An East Timorese mother carries on her back a basketful of corn in Balibo town on the outskirts of East Timor's capital Dili February 19. About 5,000 pro-Jakarta supporters gathered peacefully in Balibo on Friday to hear speeches against independence. Balibo was the site where the Indonesian flag was first raised in the former Portuguese colony in 1975.

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TIMOR
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February 19, 1999
Pro-integration East Timorese attend a rally calling for special autonomy and rejecting plans for independence...
Balibo, East Timor
EAST TIMORESE ATTENDS PRO-INTEGRATION RALLY IN BALIBO.
Pro-integration East Timorese attend a rally calling for special autonomy and rejecting plans for independence in Balibo town on the outskirts of East Timor's capital Dili February 19. About 5,000 pro-Jakarta supporters gathered peacefully in Balibo on Friday to hear speeches against independence. Balibo was the site where the Indonesian flag was first raised in the former Portuguese colony in 1975.

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TIMOR
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February 19, 1999
Pro-integration East Timorese shout slogans during a rally calling for special autonomy and rejecting...
Balibo, East Timor
EAST TIMORESE ATTENDS PRO-INTEGRATION RALLY IN BALIBO.
Pro-integration East Timorese shout slogans during a rally calling for special autonomy and rejecting plans for independence in Balibo town on the outskirts of East Timor's capital Dili February 19. About 5,000 pro-Jakarta supporters gathered peacefully in Balibo on Friday to hear speeches against independence. Balibo was the site where the Indonesian flag was first raised in the former Portuguese colony in 1975.

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