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EAST TIMOR
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April 09, 2012
A supporter of former military commander Taur Matan Ruak chants slogans during a campaign in the Ermera...
Ermera, East Timor/Timor-Leste
A supporter of former military commander Taur Matan Ruak chants slogans during a campaign in the Ermera...
A supporter of former military commander Taur Matan Ruak chants slogans during a campaign in the Ermera district in East Timor April 9, 2012. East Timor's second round of presidential elections will be held April 16, 2012. REUTERS/Lirio Da Fonseca (EAST TIMOR - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
EAST TIMOR
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April 09, 2012
East Timor's Prime Minister Xanana Gusmao (L) speaks to supporters during the election campaign for former...
Ermera, East Timor/Timor-Leste
East Timor's PM Gusmao speaks to supporters during the election campaign for former military commander...
East Timor's Prime Minister Xanana Gusmao (L) speaks to supporters during the election campaign for former military commander Taur Matan Ruak (R) in the Ermera district in East Timor April 9, 2012. East Timor's second round of presidential elections will be held April 16, 2012. REUTERS/Lirio Da Fonseca (EAST TIMOR) (POLITICS ELECTIONS)
EAST TIMOR
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April 09, 2012
Supporters of former military commander Taur Matan Ruak chant slogans during a campaign in the Ermera...
Ermera, East Timor/Timor-Leste
Supporters of former military commander Taur Matan Ruak chant slogans during a campaign in the Ermera...
Supporters of former military commander Taur Matan Ruak chant slogans during a campaign in the Ermera district in East Timor April 9, 2012. East Timor's second round of presidential elections will be held April 16, 2012. REUTERS/Lirio Da Fonseca (EAST TIMOR - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
EAST TIMOR
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April 09, 2012
East Timor's former military commander Taur Matan Ruak (R) waves to his supporters as he arrives with...
Ermera, East Timor/Timor-Leste
East Timor's former military commander Ruak waves to his supporters as he arrives with his wife Ferreira...
East Timor's former military commander Taur Matan Ruak (R) waves to his supporters as he arrives with his wife Isabel da Costa Ferreira for his presidential campaign in the Ermera district in East Timor April 9, 2012. East Timor's second round of presidential elections will be held April 16, 2012. REUTERS/Lirio Da Fonseca (EAST TIMOR - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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March 13, 2012
Students eat their lunch in front of their classroom at Letefoho village in Ermera district March 13,...
Ermera, East Timor/Timor-Leste
Students eat their lunch in front of their classroom at Letefoho village in Ermera district
Students eat their lunch in front of their classroom at Letefoho village in Ermera district March 13, 2012. Schools in East Timor provide free lunch for students. East Timor's presidential election, scheduled for March 17, 2012, will be the country's third presidential election. REUTERS/Beawiharta (EAST TIMOR - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS EDUCATION FOOD)
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March 13, 2012
A student eats his lunch as others wait in a line for their lunch at a school at Letefoho village in...
Ermera, East Timor/Timor-Leste
A student eats his lunch as others wait in a line for their lunch at a school at Letefoho village in...
A student eats his lunch as others wait in a line for their lunch at a school at Letefoho village in Ermera district March 13, 2012. Schools in East Timor provide free lunch for students. East Timor's presidential election, scheduled for March 17, 2012, will be the country's third presidential election. REUTERS/Beawiharta (EAST TIMOR - Tags: POLITICS EDUCATION FOOD ELECTIONS)
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March 13, 2012
Students walk to school during a rainy day at Letefoho village in Ermera district March 13, 2012. Schools...
Ermera, East Timor/Timor-Leste
Students walk to school during a rainy day at Letefoho village in Ermera district
Students walk to school during a rainy day at Letefoho village in Ermera district March 13, 2012. Schools in East Timor provide free lunch for students. East Timor's presidential election, scheduled for March 17, 2012, will be the country's third presidential election. REUTERS/Beawiharta (EAST TIMOR - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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March 13, 2012
Supporters hold their umbrellas during East Timor's former military commander Taur Matan Ruak's presidential...
Ermera, East Timor/Timor-Leste
Supporters hold their umbrellas during East Timor's former military commander Taur Matan Ruak's presidential...
Supporters hold their umbrellas during East Timor's former military commander Taur Matan Ruak's presidential campaign at Letefoho village in Ermera district March 13, 2012. East Timor's presidential election, scheduled for March 17, 2012, will be the country's third presidential election. REUTERS/Beawiharta (EAST TIMOR - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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March 13, 2012
East Timor's former military commander Taur Matan Ruak (C) gestures during his presidential campaign...
Ermera, East Timor/Timor-Leste
East Timor's former military commander Taur Matan Ruak gestures during his presidential campaign at Letefoho...
East Timor's former military commander Taur Matan Ruak (C) gestures during his presidential campaign at Letefoho village in Ermera district March 13, 2012. East Timor's presidential election, scheduled for March 17, 2012, will be the country's third presidential election. REUTERS/Beawiharta (EAST TIMOR - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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March 13, 2012
An umbrella, with the national flag of East Timor on it, is seen as supporters attend East Timor's former...
Ermera, East Timor/Timor-Leste
An umbrella, with the national flag of East Timor on it, is seen as supporters attend East Timor's former...
An umbrella, with the national flag of East Timor on it, is seen as supporters attend East Timor's former military commander Taur Matan Ruak's presidential campaign at Letefoho village in Ermera district March 13, 2012. East Timor's presidential election, scheduled for March 17, 2012, will be the country's third presidential election. REUTERS/Beawiharta (EAST TIMOR - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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March 13, 2012
Supporters attend East Timor's former military commander Taur Matan Ruak's presidential campaign at Letefoho...
Ermera, East Timor/Timor-Leste
Supporters attend East Timor's former military commander Taur Matan Ruak's presidential campaign at Letefoho...
Supporters attend East Timor's former military commander Taur Matan Ruak's presidential campaign at Letefoho village in Ermera district March 13, 2012. East Timor's presidential election, scheduled for March 17, 2012, will be the country's third presidential election. REUTERS/Beawiharta (EAST TIMOR - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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March 13, 2012
A woman looks from a window during East Timor's former military commander Taur Matan Ruak's presidential...
Ermera, East Timor/Timor-Leste
A woman looks from a window during East Timor's former military commander Taur Matan Ruak's presidential...
A woman looks from a window during East Timor's former military commander Taur Matan Ruak's presidential campaign at Letefoho village in Ermera district March 13, 2012. East Timor's presidential election, scheduled for March 17, 2012, will be the country's third presidential election. REUTERS/Beawiharta (EAST TIMOR - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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March 13, 2012
Supporters hold their umbrellas during East Timor's former military commander Taur Matan Ruak's presidential...
Ermera, East Timor/Timor-Leste
Supporters hold their umbrellas during East Timor's former military commander Taur Matan Ruak's presidential...
Supporters hold their umbrellas during East Timor's former military commander Taur Matan Ruak's presidential campaign at Letefoho village in Ermera district March 13, 2012. East Timor's presidential election, scheduled for March 17, 2012, will be the country's third presidential election. REUTERS/Beawiharta (EAST TIMOR - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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March 13, 2012
A supporter attends East Timor's former military commander Taur Matan Ruak's presidential campaign at...
Ermera, East Timor/Timor-Leste
A supporter attends East Timor's former military commander Taur Matan Ruak's presidential campaign at...
A supporter attends East Timor's former military commander Taur Matan Ruak's presidential campaign at Letefoho village in Ermera district March 13, 2012. East Timor's presidential election, scheduled for March 17, 2012, will be the country's third presidential election. REUTERS/Beawiharta (EAST TIMOR - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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March 13, 2012
A supporter holds his umbrella during East Timor's former military commander Taur Matan Ruak's presidential...
Ermera, East Timor/Timor-Leste
A supporter holds his umbrella during East Timor's former military commander Taur Matan Ruak's presidential...
A supporter holds his umbrella during East Timor's former military commander Taur Matan Ruak's presidential campaign at Letefoho village in Ermera district March 13, 2012. East Timor's presidential election, scheduled for March 17, 2012, will be the country's third presidential election. REUTERS/Beawiharta (EAST TIMOR - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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March 13, 2012
East Timor's former military commander Taur Matan Ruak is seen during his presidential campaign at Letefoho...
Ermera, East Timor/Timor-Leste
East Timor's former military commander Taur Matan Ruak is seen during his presidential campaign at Letefoho...
East Timor's former military commander Taur Matan Ruak is seen during his presidential campaign at Letefoho village in Ermera district March 13, 2012. East Timor's presidential election, scheduled for March 17, 2012, will be the country's third presidential election. REUTERS/Beawiharta (EAST TIMOR - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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March 12, 2012
East Timor's President Jose Ramos-Horta, who bid for re-election, speaks to his supporters at a market...
Ermera, East Timor/Timor-Leste
East Timor's President Jose Ramos-Horta, who bid for re-election, speaks to his supporters at a market...
East Timor's President Jose Ramos-Horta, who bid for re-election, speaks to his supporters at a market in Ermera district March 12, 2012. East Timor's presidential election, scheduled for March 17, 2012, will be the country's third presidential election. The text in the banner, which is in Tetum, the national language for East Timor, reads, "Come vote for Ramos Horta, president for peace, president for national unity". REUTERS/Beawiharta (EAST TIMOR - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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March 12, 2012
Children stand near posters of East Timor's President Jose Ramos-Horta during Horta's campaign for the...
Ermera, East Timor/Timor-Leste
Children stand near posters of East Timor's President Jose Ramos-Horta during Horta's campaign for the...
Children stand near posters of East Timor's President Jose Ramos-Horta during Horta's campaign for the upcoming presidential election at a stadium in Ermera district March 12, 2012. East Timor's presidential election, scheduled for March 17, 2012, will be the country's third presidential election. The text in the posters reads, "Jose Ramos-Horta, President of the Republic, Nobel Peace Award laureate". REUTERS/Beawiharta (EAST TIMOR - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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March 12, 2012
A supporter holds a poster of East Timor's President Jose Ramos-Horta during Horta's campaign for the...
Ermera, East Timor/Timor-Leste
A supporter holds a poster of East Timor's President Jose Ramos-Horta during Horta's campaign for the...
A supporter holds a poster of East Timor's President Jose Ramos-Horta during Horta's campaign for the upcoming presidential election at a stadium in Ermera district March 12, 2012. East Timor's presidential election, scheduled for March 17, 2012, will be the country's third presidential election. The text in the poster reads, "Jose Ramos-Horta, President of the Republic, Nobel Peace Award laureate". REUTERS/Beawiharta (EAST TIMOR - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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March 12, 2012
Men shelter themselves from the rain using a palm leaf at East Timor's President Jose Ramos-Horta's presidential...
Ermera, East Timor/Timor-Leste
Men shelter themselves from the rain using a palm leaf at East Timor's President Jose Ramos-Horta's presidential...
Men shelter themselves from the rain using a palm leaf at East Timor's President Jose Ramos-Horta's presidential election campaign at a stadium in Ermera district March 12, 2012. East Timor's presidential election, scheduled for March 17, 2012, will be the country's third presidential election. REUTERS/Beawiharta (EAST TIMOR - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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March 12, 2012
A supporter holds a poster of East Timor's President Jose Ramos-Horta during Horta's campaign for the...
Ermera, East Timor/Timor-Leste
A supporter holds a poster of East Timor's President Jose Ramos-Horta during Horta's campaign for the...
A supporter holds a poster of East Timor's President Jose Ramos-Horta during Horta's campaign for the upcoming presidential election at a stadium in Ermera district March 12, 2012. East Timor's presidential election, scheduled for March 17, 2012, will be the country's third presidential election. The text in the poster reads, "Jose Ramos-Horta, President of the Republic, Nobel Peace Award laureate". REUTERS/Beawiharta (EAST TIMOR - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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March 12, 2012
A supporter holds a poster of East Timor's President Jose Ramos-Horta during Horta's campaign for the...
Ermera, East Timor/Timor-Leste
A supporter holds a poster of East Timor's President Jose Ramos-Horta during Horta's campaign for the...
A supporter holds a poster of East Timor's President Jose Ramos-Horta during Horta's campaign for the upcoming presidential election at a stadium in Ermera district March 12, 2012. East Timor's presidential election, scheduled for March 17, 2012, will be the country's third presidential election. REUTERS/Beawiharta (EAST TIMOR - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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March 12, 2012
East Timor's President Jose Ramos-Horta (C), who bid for re-election, walks with students at a school...
Ermera, East Timor/Timor-Leste
East Timor's President Jose Ramos-Horta, who bid for re-election, walks with students at a school during...
East Timor's President Jose Ramos-Horta (C), who bid for re-election, walks with students at a school during his campaign in Ermera district March 12, 2012. East Timor's presidential election, scheduled for March 17, 2012, will be the country's third presidential election. REUTERS/Beawiharta (EAST TIMOR - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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March 12, 2012
East Timor's President Jose Ramos-Horta (center R), who bid for re-election, walks with students at a...
Ermera, East Timor/Timor-Leste
East Timor's President Jose Ramos-Horta, who bid for re-election, walks with students at a school during...
East Timor's President Jose Ramos-Horta (center R), who bid for re-election, walks with students at a school during his campaign in Ermera district March 12, 2012. East Timor's presidential election, scheduled for March 17, 2012, will be the country's third presidential election. REUTERS/Beawiharta (EAST TIMOR - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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March 12, 2012
East Timor's President Jose Ramos-Horta, who bid for re-election, smiles as he is seen with his supporters...
Ermera, East Timor/Timor-Leste
East Timor's President Jose Ramos-Horta, who bid for re-election, smiles as he is seen with his supporters...
East Timor's President Jose Ramos-Horta, who bid for re-election, smiles as he is seen with his supporters at a market in Ermera district March 12, 2012. East Timor's presidential election, scheduled for March 17, 2012, will be the country's third presidential election. The text in the banner, which is in Tetum, the national language for East Timor, reads, "Come vote for Ramos Horta, president for peace, president for national unity". REUTERS/Beawiharta (EAST TIMOR - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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July 04, 2007
An East Timorese child picks a coffee bean at their farm outside Ermera district July 3, 2007. East Timor...
Ermera, East Timor
An East Timorese child picks a coffee bean at their farm outside Ermera district
An East Timorese child picks a coffee bean at their farm outside Ermera district July 3, 2007. East Timor production of up to 45,000 tons of Arabica beans a year and most of beans go to the United States, including the Seattle-based coffee chain Starbucks, while 30 percent goes to Europe, according to government figures. Picture taken July 3, 2007. REUTERS/Beawiharta (EAST TIMOR)
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July 04, 2007
An East Timorese Antonio Soares grind coffee beans with traditional tools in front of his house, outside...
Ermera, East Timor
An East Timorese Antonio Soares grind coffee beans with traditional tools in front of his house outside...
An East Timorese Antonio Soares grind coffee beans with traditional tools in front of his house, outside Ermera district, July 3, 2007. East Timor production of up to 45,000 tons of Arabica beans a year and most of beans go to the United States, including the Seattle-based coffee chain Starbucks, while 30 percent goes to Europe, according to government figures. Picture taken July 3, 2007. REUTERS/Beawiharta (EAST TIMOR)
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July 04, 2007
An East Timorese man dries coffee beans in front of his house, outside Ermera district, July 3, 2007....
Ermera, East Timor
An East Timorese man dries coffee beans in front of his house, outside Ermera district
An East Timorese man dries coffee beans in front of his house, outside Ermera district, July 3, 2007. East Timor production of up to 45,000 tons of Arabica beans a year and most of beans go to the United States, including the Seattle-based coffee chain Starbucks, while 30 percent goes to Europe, according to government figures. Picture taken July 3, 2007. REUTERS/Beawiharta (EAST TIMOR)
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July 04, 2007
East Timorese workers dry coffee beans outside Dili July 3, 2007. East Timor production of up to 45,000...
Ermera, East Timor
East Timorese workers dry coffee beans outside Dili
East Timorese workers dry coffee beans outside Dili July 3, 2007. East Timor production of up to 45,000 tons of Arabica beans a year and most of beans go to the United States, including the Seattle-based coffee chain Starbucks, while 30 percent goes to Europe, according to government figures. Picture taken July 3, 2007. REUTERS/Beawiharta (EAST TIMOR)
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July 04, 2007
An East Timorese worker moves a sack of coffee at a warehouse outside Dili July 3, 2007. East Timor production...
Ermera, East Timor
An East Timorese worker moves a sack of coffee at a warehouse outside Dili
An East Timorese worker moves a sack of coffee at a warehouse outside Dili July 3, 2007. East Timor production of up to 45,000 tons of Arabica beans a year and most of beans go to the United States, including the Seattle-based coffee chain Starbucks, while 30 percent goes to Europe, according to government figures. Picture taken July 3, 2007. REUTERS/Beawiharta (EAST TIMOR)
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July 04, 2007
An East Timorese Antonio Soares (R), a coffee farmer stands outside his house, outside Ermera district...
Ermera, East Timor
An East Timorese Antonio Soares, a coffee farmer stands outside his house, outside Ermera district
An East Timorese Antonio Soares (R), a coffee farmer stands outside his house, outside Ermera district July 3, 2007. East Timor production of up to 45,000 tons of Arabica beans a year and most of beans go to the United States, including the Seattle-based coffee chain Starbucks, while 30 percent goes to Europe, according to government figures. Picture taken July 3, 2007. REUTERS/Beawiharta (EAST TIMOR)
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July 04, 2007
An East Timorese Antonio Soares, pour water before grinding coffee beans with traditional tools in front...
Ermera, East Timor
An East Timorese Antonio Soares, pour water before grinding coffee beans with traditional tools in front...
An East Timorese Antonio Soares, pour water before grinding coffee beans with traditional tools in front of his house outside Ermera district July 3, 2007. East Timor production of up to 45,000 tons of Arabica beans a year and most of beans go to the United States, including the Seattle-based coffee chain Starbucks, while 30 percent goes to Europe, according to government figures. Picture taken July 3, 2007. REUTERS/Beawiharta (EAST TIMOR)
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July 04, 2007
East Timorese workers dry coffee beans outside Dili July 3, 2007. East Timor production of up to 45,000...
Ermera, East Timor
East Timorese workers dry coffee beans outside Dili
East Timorese workers dry coffee beans outside Dili July 3, 2007. East Timor production of up to 45,000 tons of Arabica beans a year and most of beans go to the United States, including the Seattle-based coffee chain Starbucks, while 30 percent goes to Europe, according to government figures. Picture taken July 3, 2007. REUTERS/Beawiharta (EAST TIMOR)
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July 04, 2007
East Timorese children watch people picking coffee beans outside Ermera district July 3, 2007. East Timor...
Ermera, East Timor
East Timorese children watch people picking coffee beans outside Ermera district
East Timorese children watch people picking coffee beans outside Ermera district July 3, 2007. East Timor production of up to 45,000 tons of Arabica beans a year and most of beans go to the United States, including the Seattle-based coffee chain Starbucks, while 30 percent goes to Europe, according to government figures. Picture taken July 3, 2007. REUTERS/Beawiharta (EAST TIMOR)
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July 04, 2007
An East Timorese child picks a coffee bean at their farm outside Ermera district July 3, 2007. East Timor...
Ermera, East Timor
An East Timorese child picks a coffee bean at their farm outside Ermera district
An East Timorese child picks a coffee bean at their farm outside Ermera district July 3, 2007. East Timor production of up to 45,000 tons of Arabica beans a year and most of beans go to the United States, including the Seattle-based coffee chain Starbucks, while 30 percent goes to Europe, according to government figures. Picture taken July 3, 2007. REUTERS/Beawiharta (EAST TIMOR)
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July 04, 2007
East Timorese children show coffee beans as they help their mother to pick beans at a plantation outside...
Ermera, East Timor
East Timorese children show coffee beans as they help their mother to pick beans at a plantation outside...
East Timorese children show coffee beans as they help their mother to pick beans at a plantation outside Ermera district July 3, 2007. East Timor production of up to 45,000 tons of Arabica beans a year and most of beans go to the United States, including the Seattle-based coffee chain Starbucks, while 30 percent goes to Europe, according to government figures. Picture taken July 3, 2007. REUTERS/Beawiharta (EAST TIMOR)
TIMOR
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September 12, 2002
An East Timorese boy harvests coffee beans in Ermera, some 20
kilometres (12.5 miles) north of the capital...
Ermera, East Timor
AN EAST TIMORESE BOY HARVESTS COFFEE BEANS IN ERMERA EAST TIMOR.
An East Timorese boy harvests coffee beans in Ermera, some 20
kilometres (12.5 miles) north of the capital Dili September 12, 2002.
Coffee is one of the main agriculture commodity in East Timor and is
expected to become the main foreign exchange for the world's poorest
country. REUTERS/Lirio Da Fonseca

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March 27, 2002
East Timor independence hero Xanana Gusmao (L) greets a supporter in
the coffee-growing district of...
Ermera, East Timor
YEAREND PICTURES 2002.
East Timor independence hero Xanana Gusmao (L) greets a supporter in
the coffee-growing district of Ermera on March 27, 2002 in the lead up
to next month's presidential elections. Gusmao is widely tipped to win
the April 14 election which will be contested by only one other
candidate. REUTERS/Lirio Da Fonseca

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TIMOR XANANA
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March 27, 2002
A U.N. security guard watches over supporters of East Timor
presidential candidate Xanana Gusmao at...
Ermera, Indonesia - Republic of
GUSMAO SUPPORTERS RALLY IN EAST TIMOR.
A U.N. security guard watches over supporters of East Timor
presidential candidate Xanana Gusmao at a rally in Ermera district on
March 27, 2002. Gusmao is widely tipped to win the April 14 election,
which will be contested by only one other candidate. REUTERS/Lirio Da
Fonseca

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TIMOR XANANA
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March 27, 2002
East Timorese shout slogans at a presidential campaign rally attended
by Xanana Gusmao in Ermera district...
Ermera, East Timor
GUSMAO SUPPORTERS SHOUT SLOGANS AT CAMPAIGN RALLY IN EAST TIMOR.
East Timorese shout slogans at a presidential campaign rally attended
by Xanana Gusmao in Ermera district on March 27, 2002, in the lead up
to next month's presidential elections. Gusmao is widely tipped to win
the April 14 election, which will be contested by only one other
candidate. REUTERS/Lirio Da Fonseca

EN/RCS
TIMOR-XANANA
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March 27, 2002
East Timor independence hero Xanana Gusmao (L) greets a supporter in
the coffee-growing district of...
Ermera, East Timor
XANANA GUSMAO GREETS SUPPORTERS IN EAST TIMOR.
East Timor independence hero Xanana Gusmao (L) greets a supporter in
the coffee-growing district of Ermera on March 27, 2002 in the lead up
to next month's presidential elections. Gusmao is widely tipped to win
the April 14 election which will be contested by only one other
candidate. REUTERS/Lirio Da Fonseca

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TIMOR
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November 14, 2001
Kenyan peacekeepers stand to attention during the withdrawal ceremony
in Ermera, East Timor November...
Ermera, East Timor
KENYAN PEACEKEEPERS AT WITHDRAWAL CEREMONY IN ERMERA IN EAST TIMOR.
Kenyan peacekeepers stand to attention during the withdrawal ceremony
in Ermera, East Timor November 14, 2001. About 265 Kenyan peacekeepers
will withdraw from East Timor on Thursday. The U.N. plans to reduce its
forces in East Timor from their current level of 8000 to about 5000
over the next six months. REUTERS/Lirio Da Fonseca

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TIMOR
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November 14, 2001
An East Timorese boy watches Kenya's peacekeeping troops march during a
withdrawal ceremony in Ermera,...
Ermera, East Timor
KENYA'S PEACE KEEPING TROOPS MARCH DURING A WITHDRAWAL CEREMONY IN
ERMERA, EAST TIMOR.
An East Timorese boy watches Kenya's peacekeeping troops march during a
withdrawal ceremony in Ermera, East Timor on November 14, 2001. About
265 Kenyan troops will withdraw from East Timor on Thursday. The U.N
Security council last week endorsed the May 20 date the East Timorese
have set for independence and said some 5,000 peacekeepers and other
U.N. personnel would stay in the territory until then. REUTERS/Lirio Da
Fonseca

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EAST TIMOR
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December 19, 1999
East Timorese children get a closer look at Australian Petty Officer Fisher dressed as Santa Claus shortly...
Ermera, East Timor
East Timorese children get a closer look at Australian Petty Officer Fisher dressed as Santa Claus s.....
East Timorese children get a closer look at Australian Petty Officer Fisher dressed as Santa Claus shortly before he started handing out presents in the town of Ermera, 30 kms south-west of Dili December 19. Hundreds of children and thousands of adults turned out in the small mountain town, many for their first glimpse of Santa Claus, to receive school materials from the Australian soldiers.
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TIMOR
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December 19, 1999
East Timorese children get a closer look at Australian Petty Officer Fisher dressed as Santa Claus shortly...
Ermera, East Timor
EAST TIMORESE CHILDREN GET A CLOSER LOOK AT SANTA CLAUS IN ERMERA.
East Timorese children get a closer look at Australian Petty Officer Fisher dressed as Santa Claus shortly before he started handing out presents in the town of Ermera, 30 kms south-west of Dili December 19. Hundreds of children and thousands of adults turned out in the small mountain town, many for their first glimpse of Santa Claus, to receive school materials from the Australian soldiers.

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TIMOR
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December 19, 1999
An Australian soldier wearing a Santa Claus hat, picks up a boy who tried to sneak in line to see Santa...
Ermera, East Timor
AN AUSTRALIAN SOLDIER PICKS UP A BOY IN ERMERA.
An Australian soldier wearing a Santa Claus hat, picks up a boy who tried to sneak in line to see Santa Claus in the town of Ermera, 30 kms south-west of Dili December 19. Hundreds of children and thousands of adults turned out in the small mountain town, many for their first glimpse of Santa Claus, to receive school materials from the Australian soldiers.

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TIMOR
RTRTH3Y
December 19, 1999
Dressed as Santa Claus, Australian Petty Officer Fisher from the naval ship HMAS Jarvis Bay arrives in...
Ermera, East Timor
SANTA CLAUS IN THE EAST TIMOR TOWN OF ERMERA.
Dressed as Santa Claus, Australian Petty Officer Fisher from the naval ship HMAS Jarvis Bay arrives in the town of Ermera, 30 kms south-west of Dili December 19. Hundreds of children and thousands of adults turned out in the small mountain town, many for their first glimpse of Santa Claus, to receive school materials from the Australian soldiers.

DW/TAN
FEATURE
RTRS5GD
November 08, 1999
FOR RELEASE WITH STORY BC-TIMOR-COFFEE - A son of an East Timorese coffee farmer plays with coffee beans...
Ermera, East Timor
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FOR RELEASE WITH STORY BC-TIMOR-COFFEE - A son of an East Timorese coffee farmer plays with coffee beans being weighed at a coffee buying station in the foggy hills of Ermera, East Timor's coffee growing highlands. The 1999 coffee crop was to be a bumper 10,000 tonnes, boosted by drenching La Nina rains, but in the aftermath of the post ballot violence, industry experts have pegged output at 8,000 tonnes with an estimated value of U.S. $20-22 million. Picture taken 5NOV99.

EDC/TAN
FEATURE
RTRS5G5
November 08, 1999
FOR RELEASE WITH STORY BC-TIMOR-COFFEE - World Bank agriculturist James Fox (L) examines a coffee plant...
Ermera, East Timor
FEATURE MATCHER FOR BC-TIMOR-COFFEE.
FOR RELEASE WITH STORY BC-TIMOR-COFFEE - World Bank agriculturist James Fox (L) examines a coffee plant with an East Timorese farmer at a coffee plantation in the foggy hills of Ermera, East Timor's coffee growing highlands. An agricultural team of a World Bank led the operation assessing the newly liberated territory and how to rebuild it. The 1999 coffee crop was to be a bumper 10,000 tonnes, boosted by drenching La Nina rains, but in the aftermath of the post ballot violence, industry experts have pegged output at 8,000 tonnes with an estimated value of U.S. $20-22 million. Picture taken 5NOV99.

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EAST TIMOR
RTXJ7S7
September 27, 1999
A deserted and burnt-out town in the central hills of East Timor lies in ruins September 27, about 50...
Ermera District, East Timor
A deserted and burnt-out town in the central hills of East Timor lies in ruins September 27, about 5.....
A deserted and burnt-out town in the central hills of East Timor lies in ruins September 27, about 50 kilometres south of the capital Dili after pro-Jakarta militia attacked the area recently. A group of European Community Humanitarian Organisation (ECHO) observers flew in a helicopter over the devastated region, to find many deserted villages and towns destroyed by fire.
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INDONESIA TIMOR
RTRORDV
May 03, 1999
An East Timorese child helps his father sell papaya in the East Timorese town of Ermera May 3. The Indonesian...
Ermera, East Timor
AN EAST TIMORESE CHILD HELPS HIS FATHER SELL PAPAYA IN ERMERA.
An East Timorese child helps his father sell papaya in the East Timorese town of Ermera May 3. The Indonesian military and police were still patrolling the streets on high alert after finding eleven bodies of pro-Jakarta militia in Ermera last Saturday.

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TIMOR MILITIA
RTR10GSR
April 26, 1999
East Timorese militia, in traditional dress, parade during a pro-Jakarta rally to launch a "Blood for...
Ermera, East Timor
EAST TIMORESE MILITIA PARADE IN ERMERA.
East Timorese militia, in traditional dress, parade during a pro-Jakarta rally to launch a "Blood for Integration" militia battalion in Ermera, some 60 kms west of Dili, April 26. The gathering of more than 5,000 people came a day before talks on the resort island of Bali between Indonesian President B.J. Habibie and Australian Premier John Howard on the future of the violence-torn territory. Up to 30 people died at a pro-Jakarta rally on April 17, when militiamen rampaged through the capital Dili.

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TIMOR MILITIA
RTROHZL
April 26, 1999
East Timorese militia in traditional dress parade during a pro-Jakarta rally to launch a "Blood for Integration"...
Ermera, East Timor
EAST TIMORESE MILITIA PARADE IN ERMERA.
East Timorese militia in traditional dress parade during a pro-Jakarta rally to launch a "Blood for Integration" militia battalion in Ermera, some 60 kilometres west of Dili, April 26. The gathering of more than 5,000 people came a day before talks on the resort island of Bali between Indonesian President B.J. Habibie and Australian Premier John Howard on the future of the violence-torn territory. Up to 30 people died at a pro-Jakarta rally on April 17, when militiamen rampaged through the capital Dili.

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TIMOR MILITIA
RTROHYK
April 26, 1999
An East Timorese militia, in traditional dress, screams during a pro-Jakarta rally to launch a "Blood...
Ermera, East Timor
EAST TIMORESE MILITIA SHOUTS IN ERMERA.
An East Timorese militia, in traditional dress, screams during a pro-Jakarta rally to launch a "Blood for Integration" militia battalion in Ermera, some 60 kms west of Dili, April 26. The gathering of more than 5,000 people came a day before talks on the resort island of Bali between Indonesian President B.J. Habibie and Australian Premier John Howard on the future of the violence-torn territory. Up to 30 people died at a pro-Jakarta rally on April 17, when militiamen rampaged through the capital Dili.

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TIMOR MILITIA
RTROHY3
April 26, 1999
East Timorese militia on board trucks parade during a pro-Jakarta rally to launch a "Blood for Integration"...
Ermera, East Timor
EAST TIMORESE MILITIA PARADE ON BOARD TRUCKS IN ERMERA.
East Timorese militia on board trucks parade during a pro-Jakarta rally to launch a "Blood for Integration" militia battalion in Ermera, some 60 kilometres west of Dili, April 26. The gathering of more than 5,000 people came a day before talks on the resort island of Bali between Indonesian President B.J. Habibie and Australian Premier John Howard on the future of the violence-torn territory. Up to 30 people died at a pro-Jakarta rally on April 17, when militiamen rampaged through the capital Dili.

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INDONESIA TIMOR
RTROHR7
April 26, 1999
Town secretary Victor Dos Santos drinks the blood of a sacrificial rooster at a pro-Jakarta rally to...
Ermera, East Timor
TOWN SECRETARY DRINKS ROOSTER'S BLOOD AT PRO-JAKARTA RALLY IN ERMERA.
Town secretary Victor Dos Santos drinks the blood of a sacrificial rooster at a pro-Jakarta rally to launch a "Blood for Integration" militia battalion in Ermera, some 60 kilometres west of Dili, April 26. The gathering of more than 5,000 people came a day before talks in the resort island of Bali between Indonesian President B.J. Habibie and Australian Premier John Howard on the future of the violence-torn territory.

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INDONESIA TIMOR
RTROHQP
April 26, 1999
A pro-Jakarta East Timorese man stands behind an Indonesian flag during a rally to launch a "Blood for...
Ermera, East Timor
PRO-JAKARTA EAST TIMORESE MAN STANDS BEHIND INDONESIAN FLAG.
A pro-Jakarta East Timorese man stands behind an Indonesian flag during a rally to launch a "Blood for Integration" militia battalion in Ermera, some 60 kmes west of Dili, April 26. The gathering of more than 5,000 people came a day before talks in the resort island of Bali between Indonesian President B.J. Habibie and Australian Premier John Howard on the future of the violence-torn territory. Up to 30 people died at a pro-Jakarta rally on April 17, when militiamen rampaged through the capital Dili.

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EAST TIMOR
RTXHIMR
May 13, 1997
A bull-market is raging in world coffee. New-York futures are already at the their highest since frost...
Ermera, East Timor
A bull-market is raging in world coffee. New-York futures are already at the their highest since fr.....
A bull-market is raging in world coffee. New-York futures are already at the their highest since frost last hit Brazil back in 1994, and this year's season for Brazilian frost scares hasn't begun yet. Picture shows a young East Timorese boy clings to the limbs of a coffee tree as he harvests the ripe red fruit in a plantation near the town of Ermera on May 13. The production of coffee is the main agricultural produce of the former Portuguese colony of East Timor annexed by Indonesia in 1976.
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