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EAST TIMOR
RTXJYEJ 
August 31, 2000 
An East Timores boy guides a pony carrying vegetables in the town of Bobonaro, 70 km southwest of Dili,... 
Bobonaro, TIMOR 
An East Timores boy guides a pony carrying vegetables in the town of Bobonaro, 70 km southwest of Di..... 
An East Timores boy guides a pony carrying vegetables in the town of Bobonaro, 70 km southwest of Dili, August 31, 2000. The town is near the border with Indonesian West Timor from which pro-Indonesian milita's have been operating. Thousands of tearful East Timorese on Wednesday marked the first anniversary of their overwhelming vote to end Indonesia's often brutal rule with flowers and songs for the dead and hope for the future. 
TIMOR
RTR7RGX 
August 31, 2000 
An East Timores boy guides a pony carrying vegetables in the town of Bobonaro, 70 km southwest of Dili,... 
Bobonaro, East Timor 
AN EAST TIMORESE BOY WALKS WITH A PONY IN BOBONARO. 
An East Timores boy guides a pony carrying vegetables in the town of Bobonaro, 70 km southwest of Dili, August 31, 2000. The town is near the border with Indonesian West Timor from which pro-Indonesian milita's have been operating. Thousands of tearful East Timorese on Wednesday marked the first anniversary of their overwhelming vote to end Indonesia's often brutal rule with flowers and songs for the dead and hope for the future.

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TIMOR
RTRRGV7 
October 14, 1999 
Benjamin da Jesus, 29, a commander in the East Timorese pro-independent Falintil, is treated by Australian... 
Bobonaro, East Timor 
COMMANDER OF FALINTIL TREATED BY AUSTRALIAN MEDIC IN BOBONARO. 
Benjamin da Jesus, 29, a commander in the East Timorese pro-independent Falintil, is treated by Australian medic Matthew Wiseman in the Bobonaro district October 14. Da Jesus claimed to have killed 9 members of the Indonesian military before being shot himself.

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TIMOR
RTRRB51 
October 05, 1999 
A soldier from the pro-independence Falintil guerrilla group walks through the town of Bobonaro October... 
Bobonaro, East Timor 
A FALINTIL SOLDIER WALKS THROUGH THE STREETS OF BOBONARO. 
A soldier from the pro-independence Falintil guerrilla group walks through the town of Bobonaro October 5. East Timor independence leader Xanana Gusmao said on Monday it was too soon for the Falintil anti-Indonesian forces to disarm and that the United Nations should instead retrain them for a new security force.

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TIMOR BORDER
RTRRARM 
October 04, 1999 
East Timorese celebrate the arrival of foreign journalists on the road between the towns of Bobonaro... 
Bobonaro, East Timor 
EAST TIMORESE CELEBRATE THE ARRIVAL OF FOREIGNERS ON THE ROAD TO BOBONARO. 
East Timorese celebrate the arrival of foreign journalists on the road between the towns of Bobonaro and Maliana in the south-west of the troubled territory of East Timor October 4. Thousands of displaced people in the Bobonaro and Suai districts of East Timor, the scene of some of the most horrific militia violence earlier this month, are still waiting for the Australian led muti-national peace keepers to arrive.

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TIMOR
RTRRARI 
October 04, 1999 
An East Timorese man holds a sign on the road between the towns of Bobonaro and Maliana in the south-west... 
Dili, East Timor 
AN EAST TIMORESE MAN HOLDS A SIGN ON THE ROAD TO BOBONARO. 
An East Timorese man holds a sign on the road between the towns of Bobonaro and Maliana in the south-west of the troubled territory of East Timor October 4. Thousands of displaced people in the Bobonaro and Suai districts of East Timor, the scene of some of the most horrific militia violence earlier this month, are still waiting for the Australian led muti-national peace keepers to arrive.

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TIMOR
RTRRARG 
October 04, 1999 
An East Timorese man holds a sign on the road between the towns of Bobonaro and Maliana, in the south-west... 
Dili, East Timor 
AN EAST TIMORESE MAN HOLDS A SIGN ON THE ROAD TO BOBONARO. 
An East Timorese man holds a sign on the road between the towns of Bobonaro and Maliana, in the south-west of the troubled territory of East Timor October 4. Two men foraging for food near the ghost town of Maliana told Reuters on Monday pro-Jakarta militiamen had forced their families and others into refugee camps across the nearby border into West Timor. The Australian army had yet to arrive in Maliana, which is comprehensively destroyed.

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TIMOR
RTRQ28F 
June 16, 1999 
A mother and son huddle under blankets too keep warm while they wait for customers at the morning market... 
Bobonaro, East Timor 
A WOMAN AND HER SON WAIT FOR CUSTOMERS AT THE MORNING MARKET IN BOBONARO, EAST TIMOR. 
A mother and son huddle under blankets too keep warm while they wait for customers at the morning market in Bobonaro, high up in the mountains 65 km south of Dili June 14. The mountainous centre of East Timor has been the scene of intense activity by militias opposed to the independence of the territory. East Timore will vote on independence on August 8.

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EAST TIMOR
RTXIY9K 
April 30, 1999 
Pro-Jakarta East-Timorese militants wave Indonesian flags during the launch of their militant group "Atabae... 
Bobonaro, East Timor 
Pro-Jakarta East-Timorese militants wave Indonesian flags during the launch of their militant group ..... 
Pro-Jakarta East-Timorese militants wave Indonesian flags during the launch of their militant group "Atabae willing to die for Indonesia" in the town of Bobonaro in Atabae district, 90 kilometres west of Dili April 30. More than 2,000 gathered in support of pro-Jakarta militia leader Joao Tavares. Gilhermi dos Santos, the leader of Bobonaro said their people do not need to participate in a U.N. direct ballot on the future of East Timor August 8 because it will only lead to a civil war.
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TIMOR INDONESIA
RTR10ICZ 
April 30, 1999 
An East Timorese child applauds at the launch of the "Atabae willing to die for Indonesia" militant group... 
Bobonaro, East Timor 
CHILD APPLAUDS AT THE LAUNCH OF A MILITIA GROUP. 
An East Timorese child applauds at the launch of the "Atabae willing to die for Indonesia" militant group led by pro-Jakarta militia leader Joao Tavares in the town of Bobonaro April 30. More than 2,000 gathered to form the militant group ahead of a U.N. sponsored referendum on East Timor scheduled for August.

STR/TAN 
TIMOR INDONESIA
RTR10ICU 
April 30, 1999 
East Timoree pro-Jakarta leader Joao Tavares inspects members of the "Atabae willing to die for Indonesia"... 
Bobonaro, East Timor 
PRO-JAKARTA LEADER TAVARES INSPECTS MILITIA. 
East Timoree pro-Jakarta leader Joao Tavares inspects members of the "Atabae willing to die for Indonesia" militia group in the town of Bobonaro in Atabae district, 90 kms west of Dili, April 30. More than 2,000 gathered in support of Tavares. Gilhermi dos Santos, the leader of Bobonaro said their people do not need to participate in a U.N. direct ballot on the future of East Timor August 8 because it will only lead to a civil war.

JIR 
EAST TIMOR
RTRONUB 
April 30, 1999 
East Timorese drip pig's blood into a coconut for an oath of allegiance for former CNRT supporters to... 
Bobonaro, East Timor 
EAST TIMORESE DRIP PIG'S BLOOD INTO A COCONUT IN BOBONARO. 
East Timorese drip pig's blood into a coconut for an oath of allegiance for former CNRT supporters to be pro-Jakarta supporters at Atabae district in Bobonaro, some 90 km west of Dili. More than 2,000 gathered to form the "Atabae willing to die for Indonesia" militant group ahead of a U.N. sponsored referendum on East Timor scheduled for August.

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TIMOR INDONESIA
RTRONJR 
April 30, 1999 
Pro-Jakarta East-Timorese militants wave Indonesian flags during the launch of their militant group "Atabae... 
Bobonaro, East Timor 
PRO-JAKARTA EAST-TIMORESE WAVE INDONESIAN FLAGS IN BOBONARO. 
Pro-Jakarta East-Timorese militants wave Indonesian flags during the launch of their militant group "Atabae willing to die for Indonesia" in the town of Bobonaro in Atabae district, 90 kilometres west of Dili April 30. More than 2,000 gathered in support of pro-Jakarta militia leader Joao Tavares. Gilhermi dos Santos, the leader of Bobonaro said their people do not need to participate in a U.N. direct ballot on the future of East Timor August 8 because it will only lead to a civil war.

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