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TIMOR/
RTR1QVPO 
June 17, 2007 
Supporters of the National Congress for Timorese Reconstruction (CNRT) party led by former President... 
Liquica, East Timor 
Supporters of the National Congress for Timorese Reconstruction party led by former President Xanana... 
Supporters of the National Congress for Timorese Reconstruction (CNRT) party led by former President Xanana Gusmao attend a campaign rally wearing traditional clothes in district Liquica June 17, 2007. REUTERS/Lirio Da Fonseca (EAST TIMOR) 
TIMOR/
RTR1QVPH 
June 17, 2007 
Supporters of the National Congress for Timorese Reconstruction (CNRT) party led by former President... 
Liquica, East Timor 
Supporters of the National Congress for Timorese Reconstruction party led by former President Xanana... 
Supporters of the National Congress for Timorese Reconstruction (CNRT) party led by former President Xanana Gusmao attends a campaign in district Liquica June 17, 2007. REUTERS/Lirio Da Fonseca (EAST TIMOR) 
TIMOR/
RTR1QVP9 
June 17, 2007 
East Timor's former President Xanana Gusmao (R) embraces a supporter while campaigning with the National... 
Liquica, East Timor 
East Timor's former President Xanana Gusmao embraces a supporter while campaigning with the National... 
East Timor's former President Xanana Gusmao (R) embraces a supporter while campaigning with the National Congress for Timorese Reconstruction (CNRT) in district Liquica June 17, 2007. REUTERS/Lirio Da Fonseca (EAST TIMOR) 
TIMOR/
RTR1QVP6 
June 17, 2007 
East Timor's former President Xanana Gusmao gestures while campaigning with the National Congress for... 
Liquica, East Timor 
East Timor's former President Xanana Gusmao gestures while campaigning with the National Congress for... 
East Timor's former President Xanana Gusmao gestures while campaigning with the National Congress for Timorese Reconstruction (CNRT) in district Liquica June 17, 2007. REUTERS/Lirio Da Fonseca (EAST TIMOR) 
TIMOR-ELECTION/
RTR1NW8L 
March 25, 2007 
East Timor Prime Minister Jose Ramos-Horta waves to his supporters during a campaign for the presidential... 
Liquica, East Timor 
East Timor Prime Minister Jose Ramos-Horta wave to his supporters during campaign for presidential election... 
East Timor Prime Minister Jose Ramos-Horta waves to his supporters during a campaign for the presidential elections in the district of Liquica, East Timor on March 25, 2007. East Timor, one of the world's youngest nations, kicked off campaigning on Friday for only its second presidential election, with candidates vying to replace independence hero Xanana Gusmao against a backdrop of sporadic violence. REUTERS/Lirio Da Fonseca (EAST TIMOR) 
TIMOR-ELECTION/
RTR1NW8J 
March 25, 2007 
A supporter holds a picture of East Timor Prime Minister Jose Ramos-Horta during a campaign for the presidential... 
Liquica, East Timor 
Supporter holds picture of East Timor Prime Minister Jose Ramos-Horta during campaign for presidential... 
A supporter holds a picture of East Timor Prime Minister Jose Ramos-Horta during a campaign for the presidential elections in the district of Liquica, East Timor on March 25, 2007. East Timor, one of the world's youngest nations, kicked off campaigning on Friday for only its second presidential election, with candidates vying to replace independence hero Xanana Gusmao against a backdrop of sporadic violence. REUTERS/Lirio Da Fonseca (EAST TIMOR) 
TIMOR-ELECTION/
RTR1NW8I 
March 25, 2007 
Supporters hold pictures of East Timor Prime Minister Jose Ramos-Horta during a campaign for the presidential... 
Liquica, East Timor 
Supporters hold pictures of East Timor Prime Minister Jose Ramos-Horta during campaign for presidential... 
Supporters hold pictures of East Timor Prime Minister Jose Ramos-Horta during a campaign for the presidential elections in the district of Liquica, East Timor on March 25, 2007. East Timor, one of the world's youngest nations, kicked off campaigning on Friday for only its second presidential election, with candidates vying to replace independence hero Xanana Gusmao against a backdrop of sporadic violence. REUTERS/Lirio Da Fonseca (EAST TIMOR) 
TIMOR-ELECTION/
RTR1NW8H 
March 25, 2007 
Supporters holds pictures of East Timor Prime Minister Jose Ramos-Horta during campaign for presidential... 
Liquica, East Timor 
Supporters holds pictures of East Timor Prime Minister Jose Ramos-Horta during campaign for presidential... 
Supporters holds pictures of East Timor Prime Minister Jose Ramos-Horta during campaign for presidential election in district of Liquica, East Timor on March 25, 2007. East Timor, one of the world's youngest nations, kicked off campaigning on Friday for only its second presidential election, with candidates vying to replace independence hero Xanana Gusmao against a backdrop of sporadic violence. REUTERS/Lirio Da Fonseca (EAST TIMOR) 
TIMOR
RTR1FDZM 
July 11, 2006 
East Timor's new Prime Minister Jose Ramos-Horta checks a rifle after the handover of weapons from a... 
Dili, East Timor 
East Timor's new PM Ramos-Horta checks weapons in Liquic 
East Timor's new Prime Minister Jose Ramos-Horta checks a rifle after the handover of weapons from a rebel group to the government, in Liquica, about 30 km (19 miles) west of the capital Dili, July 11, 2006. REUTERS/Lirio Da Fonseca (EAST TIMOR) 
TIMOR
RTR1FDZD 
July 11, 2006 
Civilian rebel members hold rifles during a handover ceremony in Liquica, 30km (19 miles) west of the... 
Dili, East Timor 
Civilian rebel members hold rifles during handover ceremony in Liquica 
Civilian rebel members hold rifles during a handover ceremony in Liquica, 30km (19 miles) west of the capital Dili, July 11, 2006. REUTERS/Lirio Da Fonseca (EAST TIMOR) 
TIMOR
RTR1FDZ8 
July 11, 2006 
East Timor's new Prime Minister Jose Ramos-Horta (R) greets a girl shortly after his arrival for a rifle... 
Dili, East Timor 
East Timor's new PM Ramos-Horta greets girl after his arrival for rifle handover ceremony in Liquica 
East Timor's new Prime Minister Jose Ramos-Horta (R) greets a girl shortly after his arrival for a rifle handover ceremony from a civilian rebel member in Liquica, 30km (19 miles) west of the capital Dili, July 11, 2006. REUTERS/Lirio Da Fonseca (EAST TIMOR) 
TIMOR
RTR1FDYY 
July 11, 2006 
East Timor's new Prime Minister Jose Ramos-Horta (L) receives a rifle from a civilian rebel member during... 
Dili, East Timor 
East Timor 's new Prime Minister Ramos-Horta receives rifle from civilian rebel member during handover... 
East Timor's new Prime Minister Jose Ramos-Horta (L) receives a rifle from a civilian rebel member during a handover ceremony in Liquica, 30 km (19 miles) west of the capital Dili, July 11, 2006. REUTERS/Lirio Da Fonseca (EAST TIMOR) 
TIMOR
RTRKVJT 
July 19, 2001 
An East Timorese boy holds up the Fretilin party flag during a rally in
Liquica in East Timor July 19,... 
Liquica, East Timor 
AN EAST TIMORESE BOY HOLDS A FLAG IN A RALLY IN LIQUICA. 
An East Timorese boy holds up the Fretilin party flag during a rally in
Liquica in East Timor July 19, 2001. Campaigning for the East Timor's
88-seat constituent assembly began on Sunday, six-and-a-half weeks
ahead of the tiny territory's first democratic elections. It is
scheduled to end two days before polling on August 30, the second
anniversary of a 1999 vote in which East Timorese overwhlemingly chose
to split from Indonesia after 23 years of often brutal rule.

EN/AS 
TIMOR
RTRKVJE 
July 19, 2001 
An East Timorese woman holds Fretilin party flag during a rally in
Liquica in East Timor July 19, 2001.... 
Liquica, East Timor 
AN EAST TIMORESE WOMAN WITH FLAG IN LIQUICA. 
An East Timorese woman holds Fretilin party flag during a rally in
Liquica in East Timor July 19, 2001. Campaigning for the East Timor's
88-seat constituent assembly began on Sunday, six-and-a-half weeks
ahead of the tiny territory's first democratic elections. It is
scheduled to end two days before polling on August 30, the second
anniversary of a 1999 vote in which East Timorese overwhlemingly chose
to split from Indonesia after 23 years of often brutal rule.

EN/AS 
EAST TIMOR RALLY
RTRKVJ4 
July 19, 2001 
Thousands of Fretilin party supporters clap their hands above their
heads during a party rally in the... 
Liquica, Indonesia - Republic of 
EAST TIMORESE YOUTH RALLY IN TOWN OF LIQUICA. 
Thousands of Fretilin party supporters clap their hands above their
heads during a party rally in the East Timor town of Liquica on July
19, 2001. The campaign for electing members for the 88-seat new East
Timor constituent assembly is scheduled to end two days before polling
on August 30, the second anniversary of a 1999 vote in which the East
Timorese overwhelmingly chose to split from Indonesia.

EN/AS/RCS 
TIMOR
RTRROCC 
October 21, 1999 
An East Timorese man (R) holds a machete as he stands in front of a burnt-out house in Liquica, 50km... 
Liquica, East Timor 
EAST TIMORESE MAN WITH MACHETE IN LIQUICA. 
An East Timorese man (R) holds a machete as he stands in front of a burnt-out house in Liquica, 50km west of Dili, October 20. A four-hour arms embargo in the capital of Dili implemented by INTERFET, where owners of guns were requested to hand in their weapons, was a disaster with no weapons being handed in.

RE/RAB/PB 
EAST TIMOR
RTXJ9FT 
October 20, 1999 
An East Timorese man (R) holds a machete as he stands in front of a burnt-out house in Liquica, 50km... 
Liquica, East Timor 
An East Timorese man (R) holds a machete as he stands in front of a burnt-out house in Liquica, 50km..... 
An East Timorese man (R) holds a machete as he stands in front of a burnt-out house in Liquica, 50km west of Dili, October 20. A four-hour arms embargo in the capital of Dili implemented by INTERFET, where owners of guns were requested to hand in their weapons, was a disaster with no weapons being handed in.
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EAST TIMOR
RTXJ9E7 
October 20, 1999 
East Timorese disturb ground within a cordoned area to search for bodies at the site of an alleged mass... 
Liquica, East Timor 
East Timorese disturb ground within a cordoned area to search for bodies at the site of an alleged m..... 
East Timorese disturb ground within a cordoned area to search for bodies at the site of an alleged mass grave near Liquica, west of Dili October 20. United Nations representatives said that over 10 bodies may be scattered in shallow graves in the area, the likely victims of attacks by pro-Jakarta militias in violence following a vote for independence from Indonesia.
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TIMOR
RTRRNW2 
October 20, 1999 
An East Timorese man (R) holds a machete as he stands in front of a burned-out house in Liquica, 50kms... 
Liquica, East Timor 
EAST TIMORESE MAN WITH MACHETE IN LIQUICA. 
An East Timorese man (R) holds a machete as he stands in front of a burned-out house in Liquica, 50kms west of Dili, October 20. A four-hour arms embargo in the capital of Dili implemented by INTERFET, where owners of guns were requested to hand in their weapons, was a disaster with no weapons being handed in.

RE/RAB/PB 
TIMOR
RTRRN0A 
October 20, 1999 
Two East Timorese men inside the small bathroom of a burnt-out house in Liquica October 20 scratch around... 
Liquica, East Timor 
EAST TIMORESE MEN IN BURNT OUT HOUSE IN LIQUICA. 
Two East Timorese men inside the small bathroom of a burnt-out house in Liquica October 20 scratch around the dirt exposing some clothing that is apparently covering the body of a 19-year-old girl, who was reportedly killed by militia following a vote for independence in August. Authorities plan to exhume bodies when they visit a few suspected atrocity sites near Liquica.

RE/RAB/PB 
TIMOR BODIES
RTRRMZT 
October 20, 1999 
East Timorese disturb ground within a cordoned area to search for bodies at the site of an alleged mass... 
Liquica, East Timor 
EAST TIMORESE SEARCH FOR BODIES IN LIQUICA. 
East Timorese disturb ground within a cordoned area to search for bodies at the site of an alleged mass grave near Liquica, west of Dili October 20. United Nations representatives said that over 10 bodies may be scattered in shallow graves in the area, the likely victims of attacks by pro-Jakarta militias in violence following a vote for independence from Indonesia.

re/rab/TAN 
TIMOR
RTRRMZG 
October 20, 1999 
East Timorese children, happy to be back at school in Liquica, smile at photographers October 20. Up... 
Liquica, East Timor 
CHILDREN SMILE IN LIQUICA. 
East Timorese children, happy to be back at school in Liquica, smile at photographers October 20. Up to 175 children attended school in the sea-side town that was a militia stronghold during the recent violence which broke out following the vote for independence August 30.

re/rab/TAN 
TIMOR BODIES
RTRRMYD 
October 20, 1999 
East Timorese disturb ground within a cordoned area to search for bodies at the site of an alleged mass... 
Liquica, East Timor 
EAST TIMORESE MEN SEARCH FOR BODIES AT A MASS GRAVE SITE IN LIQUICA. 
East Timorese disturb ground within a cordoned area to search for bodies at the site of an alleged mass grave near Liquica, west of Dili October 20. United Nations representatives said that over 10 bodies may be scattered in shallow graves in the area, the likely victims of attacks by pro-Jakarta militias in violence following a vote for independence from Indonesia.

JIR/TAN 
TIMOR
RTRRLEP 
October 19, 1999 
Confessed pro-Jakarta militia man, Duarte da Cruz sits with his face swollen in Liquica Ocober 19, after... 
Liquica, East Timor 
CAPTURED PRO-JAKARTA MILITIA MAN IN LIQUICA. 
Confessed pro-Jakarta militia man, Duarte da Cruz sits with his face swollen in Liquica Ocober 19, after being beaten by pro-independence Falintil members during his capture. Liquica, a former stronghold of the militia who have waged a terror campaign across the country following a vote for independence from Indonesia, is the site of some graves which are alleged to contain the victims of the militia attacks.

JIR/TS 
TIMOR
RTRRJ4P 
October 16, 1999 
Australian army corporal Evan Urling (R) shakes hands with a member of East Timor's Falintil pro-independence... 
Dili, East Timor 
AN AUSTRALIAN SOLDIER SHAKES HANDS WITH A FALINTIL REBEL IN LIQUICA. 
Australian army corporal Evan Urling (R) shakes hands with a member of East Timor's Falintil pro-independence group in Liquica October 16 after Australian forces secured the town, a former stronghold of pro-Jakarta militia. Troops in the International Force for East Timor (INTERFET) were again involved in a gunbattle with pro-Jakarta militias October 16 in the town of Marco, west of Liquica and INTERFET says at least three militias were killed in the attack with no INTERFET casualties. The Falintil are reported to be providing intelligence to INTERFET of militia activities near the border with West Timor.

JIR/PB 
TIMOR
RTRRGUK 
October 14, 1999 
Villagers armed with machetes and branches for cleaning the streets celebrate their return to Liquica... 
Liquica, East Timor 
VILLAGERS OF LIQUISA CELEBRATE THEIR RETURN FROM THE HILLS. 
Villagers armed with machetes and branches for cleaning the streets celebrate their return to Liquica October 14 after hiding in the hills above the town from pro-Jakarta militias for weeks. With the presence of a United Nations force in the former militia stronghold, hundreds of citizens are returning to Liquica with stories of hunger and sickness in the surrounding areas. Aid groups plan to distribute food in the town October 16.

JIR/DL 
EAST TIMOR REFUGEE RETURNS.JPE.jpg
RTRRGTM 
October 14, 1999 
An East Timorese father walks his children while pushing a wheelbarrow with a sack of rice along a Dili... 
Dili, East Timor 
EAST TIMORESE FATHER WALKS WITH HIS FAMILY IN DILI. 
An East Timorese father walks his children while pushing a wheelbarrow with a sack of rice along a Dili street October 14. The commander of multinational forces in East Timor on Thursday dismissed reports that 150 militia members led by Eurico Guterres were burning houses in Liquica, west of Dili.

DL 
EAST TIMOR
RTXJ7WY 
September 28, 1999 
Australian troops frisk East Timorese refugees as they return from hiding in the surrounding hills to... 
Liquica, East Timor 
Australian troops frisk East Timorese refugees as they return from hiding in the surrounding hills t..... 
Australian troops frisk East Timorese refugees as they return from hiding in the surrounding hills to the militia stronghold town of Liquica, some 35 kms west of Dili, 28 September 1999. Humanitarian efforts gathered momentum on Tuesday but much of the ruined countryside was still deemed too dangerous for relief workers.
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TIMOR
RTRR8GL 
September 28, 1999 
Australian troops frisk East Timorese refugees as they return from hiding in the surrounding hills to... 
Liquica, East Timor 
AUSTRALIAN TROOPS FRISK EAST TIMORESE IN LIQUICA. 
Australian troops frisk East Timorese refugees as they return from hiding in the surrounding hills to the militia stronghold town of Liquica, some 35 kms west of Dili, 28 September 1999. Humanitarian efforts gathered momentum on Tuesday but much of the ruined countryside was still deemed too dangerous for relief workers.

MV/FT/PB 
EAST TIMOR INDONESIA
RTRR8DA 
September 28, 1999 
East Timorese refugees share a sack of rice given to them by Australian peace keepers in Liquica, East... 
Liquica, East Timor 
EAST TIMORESE REFUGEES SHARE OUT A SACK OF RICE. 
East Timorese refugees share a sack of rice given to them by Australian peace keepers in Liquica, East Timor Tuesday September 28. Hundreds of refugees came down from the hills outside Liquica to look for food and supplies in the deserted and ransacked town as they heard the news of international peace keepers arriving to secure the area. Peace keepers are stepping up operations outside of Dili to begin taking control of the countryside of East Timor and Liquica is only the third city in East Timor that has been secured.

DG/WS 
EAST TIMOR INDONESIA
RTRR8D6 
September 28, 1999 
A family of East Timorese refugees approach an Australian peace keeper manning a roadblock as refugees... 
Liquica, East Timor 
EAST TIMOR REFUGEES APPROACH AUSTRALIAN PEACE KEEPER MANNING ROAD BLOCK. 
A family of East Timorese refugees approach an Australian peace keeper manning a roadblock as refugees walk down a mountain road into the town of Liquica, East Timor Tuesday September 28. Hundreds of refugees came down from the hills outside Liquica to look for food and supplies in the deserted and ransacked town as they heard the news of international peace keepers arriving to secure the area. Peace keepers are stepping up operations outside of Dili to begin taking control of the countryside of East Timor and Liquica is only the third city in East Timor that has been secured.

DG/WS 
EAST TIMOR INDONESIA
RTRR8D4 
September 28, 1999 
An Australian peace keeper searches the bag of an East Timorese woman refugee at a roadblock in Liquica,... 
Liquica, East Timor 
AUSTRALIAN PEACE KEEPER SEARCHES THE BAG OF AN EAST TIMORESE WOMAN. 
An Australian peace keeper searches the bag of an East Timorese woman refugee at a roadblock in Liquica, East Timor Tuesday September 28. Hundreds of refugees came down from the hills outside Liquica to look for food and supplies in the deserted and ransacked town as they heard the news of international peace keepers arriving to secure the area. Peace keepers are stepping up operations outside of Dili to begin taking control of the countryside of East Timor and Liquica is only the third city in East Timor that has been secured.

DG/WS 
EAST TIMOR INDONESIA
RTRR8CX 
September 28, 1999 
An East Timorese refugee carries a sack of rice during a food distribution by Australian peace keepers... 
Liquica, East Timor 
EAST TIMORESE REFUGEE CARRIES A SACK OF RICE. 
An East Timorese refugee carries a sack of rice during a food distribution by Australian peace keepers in Liquica, East Timor Tuesday September 28. Hundreds of refugees came down from the hills outside Liquica to look for food and supplies in the deserted and ransacked town as they heard the news of international peace keepers arriving to secure the area. A U.N. relief coordinator said on Tuesday that tens of thousands of refugees were expected to decend on the city of Dili in the next few days.

DG/WS 
EAST TIMOR
RTXJ7WW 
September 27, 1999 
Australian troops secure a neighborhood near the militia stronghold town of Liquica, some 35 kms west... 
Liquica, East Timor 
Australian troops secure a neighborhood near the militia stronghold town of Liquica, some 35 kms wes..... 
Australian troops secure a neighborhood near the militia stronghold town of Liquica, some 35 kms west of Dili September 27. U.N. troops launched a surprise helicopter raid on the East Timor militia stronghold of Luquica on Monday, forcing pro-Indonesia fighters to flee into the hills.
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EAST TIMOR
RTXJ7T1 
September 27, 1999 
An elderly East Timorese man welcomes an Australian as Australian troops arrive in the town of Liquica... 
Liquica, East Timor 
An elderly East Timorese man welcomes an Australian as Australian troops arrive in the town of Liqui..... 
An elderly East Timorese man welcomes an Australian as Australian troops arrive in the town of Liquica September 27, to take control of the area. Peace keepers are stepping up operations outside of Dili to begin securing the countryside of East Timor. Liquica is the third city in East Timor that has been secured.
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EAST TIMOR
RTXJ7T0 
September 27, 1999 
Australian Blackhawk helicopters deploy troops outside the East Timor town of Liquica September 27. Peacekeepers... 
Liquica, East Timor 
Australian Blackhawk helicopters deploy troops outside the East Timor town of Liquica September 27. ..... 
Australian Blackhawk helicopters deploy troops outside the East Timor town of Liquica September 27. Peacekeepers are stepping up operations outside of Dili to begin securing the countryside of East Timor. Liquica is the third city in East Timor that has been secured.
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TIMOR
RTR12NZL 
September 27, 1999 
A man wearing a T-shirt displaying a portrait of East Timorese Nobel peace laureate Bishop Carlos Belo... 
Liquica, East Timor 
INTERNATIONAL FORCE SOLDIER FRISKS EAST TIMORESE IN LIQUISA. 
A man wearing a T-shirt displaying a portrait of East Timorese Nobel peace laureate Bishop Carlos Belo is frisked by a soldier of the International Force for East Timor as troops secure the town of Liquiqa and surroundings, some 35 kms west of Dili September 27. About 150 troops in Australian Blackhawk helicopters swooped into the town of Liquica, west of the capital of Dili, Australian Broadcasting Corporation radio said. It said about 30 armed militiamen had fled into the hills.

MV/FT/PB 
TIMOR
RTRR82K 
September 27, 1999 
Australian Blackhawk helicopters deploy troops outside the East Timor town of Liquica September 27. Peacekeepers... 
Liquica, East Timor 
AUSTRALIAN BLACKHAWKS DEPLOY TROOPS IN LIQUICA. 
Australian Blackhawk helicopters deploy troops outside the East Timor town of Liquica September 27. Peacekeepers are stepping up operations outside of Dili to begin securing the countryside of East Timor. Liquica is the third city in East Timor that has been secured.

DG/CLH/ 
TIMOR
RTRR82C 
September 27, 1999 
An elderly East Timorese man welcomes an Australian as Australian troops arrive in the town of Liquica... 
Liquica, East Timor 
AUSTRALIAN TROOPER HUGGED BY EAST TIMORESE MAN. 
An elderly East Timorese man welcomes an Australian as Australian troops arrive in the town of Liquica September 27, to take control of the area. Peace keepers are stepping up operations outside of Dili to begin securing the countryside of East Timor. Liquica is the third city in East Timor that has been secured.

DG/CLH/ 
TIMOR
RTRR81Y 
September 27, 1999 
East Timorese men display leaflets distributed by the International Force for East Timor (INTERFET) September... 
Liquica, East Timor 
EAST TIMORESE MEN DISPLAY LEAFLETS IN LUQICA. 
East Timorese men display leaflets distributed by the International Force for East Timor (INTERFET) September 27. The leaflets explain INTERFET's mission and warns the inhabitants not to get near military personel in Liquica, 35 kms west of Dili. Australian troops belonging to INTERFET arrived Monday to secure the town of Liquica, a former pro-Indonesia militia stronghold, and its surroundings.

MV/MM/PB 
TIMOR
RTRR81H 
September 27, 1999 
Australian troops secure a neighborhood near the militia stronghold town of Liquica, some 35 kms west... 
Liquica, East Timor 
AUSTRALIAN TROOPS SECURE NEIGHBOURHOOD NEAR LUQUICA. 
Australian troops secure a neighborhood near the militia stronghold town of Liquica, some 35 kms west of Dili September 27. U.N. troops launched a surprise helicopter raid on the East Timor militia stronghold of Luquica on Monday, forcing pro-Indonesia fighters to flee into the hills.

MV/FT/PB 
TIMOR
RTRR81D 
September 27, 1999 
Australian troops arrest a man for possession of a knife in the East Timor town of Liquica during a swep... 
Liquica, East Timor 
AUSTRALIAN TROOPS ARREST MAN IN LIQUICA. 
Australian troops arrest a man for possession of a knife in the East Timor town of Liquica during a swep operation looking for militiamen September 27. The man was later released. Peace keepers are stepping up operations outside of Dili to begin securing the countryside of East Timor. Liquica is the third city in East Timor that has been secured.

DG/CLH/WS 
TIMOR
RTRR81B 
September 27, 1999 
Australian Blackhawk helicopters deploy troops outside the East Timor town of Liquica September 27. Peace... 
Liquica, East Timor 
AUSTRALIAN BLACKHAWKS DEPLOY TROOPS IN LIQUICA. 
Australian Blackhawk helicopters deploy troops outside the East Timor town of Liquica September 27. Peace keepers are stepping up operations outside of Dili to begin securing the countryside of East Timor. Liquica is the third city in East Timor that has been secured.

DG/CLH/WS 
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