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INDONESIA
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May 09, 2002
Sergio de Mello (R), chief of the United Nations mission in East Timor
chats with Piet Tallo, governor...
Maliana, East Timor
INDONESIA AND EAST TIMOR AGREE TO SECURE BORDERS.
Sergio de Mello (R), chief of the United Nations mission in East Timor
chats with Piet Tallo, governor of Indonesia's East Nusatenggara
province which includes the western part of Timor Island, during a
ceremony in the East Timor city of Maliana on May 9, 2002. Indonesia
and East Timor agreed on Thursday to secure the border between the two
sides. East Timor will formally declare its independence on May 20.
REUTERS/Lirio Da Fonseca

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GUSMAO
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November 24, 1999
East Timor's independence leader Xanana Gusmao surveys the damage to the town of Maliana from a U.N....
Maliana, East Timor
East Timor's independence leader Xanana Gusmao surveys the damage to the town of Maliana from a U.N......
East Timor's independence leader Xanana Gusmao surveys the damage to the town of Maliana from a U.N. helicopter, 60 kms south-west of Dili, during a short stopover November 24. [Gusmao, travelling with the head of the United Nations mission in East Timor, Sergio de Mello, asked the people of East Timor to work together to rebuild their country virtually destroyed after the August 30 vote on independence. ]
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GUSMAO
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November 24, 1999
East Timor's independence leader Xanana Gusmao clenches his fist as he speaks to residents of Maliana,...
Maliana, East Timor
East Timor's independence leader Xanana Gusmao clenches his fist as he speaks to residents of Malian.....
East Timor's independence leader Xanana Gusmao clenches his fist as he speaks to residents of Maliana, a town 60 km south-west of Dili, during a short stopover on November 24. [Gusmao, travelling with the head of the United Nations mission in East Timor, Sergio de Mello, asked the people of East Timor to work together to rebuild their country virtually destroyed after the August 30 vote on independence].
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TIMOR
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November 24, 1999
East Timor's independence leader Xanana Gusmao surveys the damage to the town of Maliana from a U.N....
Maliana, East Timor
EAST TIMOR'S INDEPENDENCE LEADER XANANA GUSMAO SURVEYS DAMAGE TO THE TOWN OF MALIANA.
East Timor's independence leader Xanana Gusmao surveys the damage to the town of Maliana from a U.N. helicopter, 60 kms south-west of Dili, during a short stopover November 24. Gusmao, travelling with the head of the United Nations mission in East Timor, Sergio de Mello, asked the people of East Timor to work together to rebuild their country virtually destroyed after the August 30 vote on independence.

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TIMOR
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November 24, 1999
East Timor's independence leader Xanana Gusmao clenches his fist as he speaks to residents of Maliana,...
Maliana, East Timor
EAST TIMOR'S INDEPENDENCE LEADER XANANA GUSMAO CLENCHES HIS FIST IN MALIANA.
East Timor's independence leader Xanana Gusmao clenches his fist as he speaks to residents of Maliana, a town 60 km south-west of Dili, during a short stopover on November 24. Gusmao, travelling with the head of the United Nations mission in East Timor, Sergio de Mello, asked the people of East Timor to work together to rebuild their country virtually destroyed after the August 30 vote on independence.

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EAST TIMOR
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October 19, 1999
British Captain Nigel Best of the Queen's Royal Lancers observes the skull of an alleged victim of attacks...
Maliana, East Timor
British Captain Nigel Best of the Queen's Royal Lancers observes the skull of an alleged victim of a.....
British Captain Nigel Best of the Queen's Royal Lancers observes the skull of an alleged victim of attacks by pro-Jakarta militia in Maliana October 18, near the border with West Timor. Soldiers from the second Royal Gurkha rifles regiment and other members of the British forces are securing towns throughout East Timor as more evidence of crimes against humanity are catalogued by the International Force for East Timor (INTERFET) and humanitarian aid groups.
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TIMOR
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October 18, 1999
British Captain Nigel Best of the Queen's Royal Lancers observes the skull of an alleged victim of attacks...
Maliana, East Timor
A BRITISH SOLDIER OBSERVES THE SKULL OF AN EAST TIMORESE IN MALIANA.
British Captain Nigel Best of the Queen's Royal Lancers observes the skull of an alleged victim of attacks by pro-Jakarta militia, in Maliana October 18, near the border with West Timor. Soldiers from the second Royal Gurkha rifles regiment and other members of the British forces are securing towns throughout East Timor as more evidence of crimes against humanity are catalogued by the International Force for East Timor (INTERFET) and humanitarian aid groups.

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TIMOR
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October 18, 1999
Lance Corporal Dip Prakash Rai of the 2nd Royal Gurkha Rifles battalion walks past a refuse fire as the...
Maliana, East Timor
A GURKHA SOLDIER WALKS PAST A RUBBISH FIRE IN MALINA.
Lance Corporal Dip Prakash Rai of the 2nd Royal Gurkha Rifles battalion walks past a refuse fire as the United Nations forces clean up the border town of Maliana October 18. Soldiers in the International Force for East Timor (INTERFET) are securing towns throughout East Timor as more evidence of crimes against humanity are catalogued by the International Force for East Timor (INTERFET) and humanitarian aid groups.

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TIMOR
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October 18, 1999
British Captain Nigel Best of the Queen's Royal Lancers observes the skull of an alleged victim of attacks...
Maliana, East Timor
A BRITISH SOLDIER OBSERVES THE SKULL OF AN EAST TIMORESE IN MALIANA.
British Captain Nigel Best of the Queen's Royal Lancers observes the skull of an alleged victim of attacks by pro-Jakarta militia in Maliana October 18, near the border with West Timor. Soldiers from the second Royal Gurkha rifles regiment and other members of the British forces are securing towns throughout East Timor as more evidence of crimes against humanity are catalogued by the International Force for East Timor (INTERFET) and humanitarian aid groups.

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TIMOR
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October 15, 1999
British Ghurka soldiers their full packs as they walk through the town of Maliana after they arrived...
Maliana, East Timor
BRITISH GHURKAS ARRIVE IN MALIANA IN EAST TIMOR.
British Ghurka soldiers their full packs as they walk through the town of Maliana after they arrived in the town October 15. Hundreds of anti-independence militiamen are still active in East Timor and the border is not yet secure against more entering, the head of the U.N.-mandated multinational force said on Friday.

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TIMOR
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October 15, 1999
Australian soldiers wave to residents after they arrived in Maliana in East Timor October 15. Hundreds...
Maliana, East Timor
AUSTRALIAN TROOPS ARRIVE IN MALIANA IN EAST TIMOR.
Australian soldiers wave to residents after they arrived in Maliana in East Timor October 15. Hundreds of anti-independence militiamen are still active in East Timor and the border is not yet secure against more entering, the head of the U.N.-mandated multinational force said on Friday.

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TIMOR
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October 15, 1999
A helicopter drops some Australian troops off in Maliana in East Timor October 15. Hundreds of anti-independence...
Maliana, East Timor
A HELICOPTER DROPS SOME AUSTRALIAN TROOPS OFF IN MALIANA IN EAST TIMOR.
A helicopter drops some Australian troops off in Maliana in East Timor October 15. Hundreds of anti-independence militiamen are still active in East Timor and the border is not yet secure against more entering, the head of the U.N.-mandated multinational force said on Friday.

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TIMOR
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October 07, 1999
Australian Warrant Officer Clive Keam walks through the charred remains of a family home in Maliana October...
Maliana, East Timor
AN AUSTRALIAN SOLDIER WALKS THROUGH THE REMAINS OF A HOUSE IN MALIANA.
Australian Warrant Officer Clive Keam walks through the charred remains of a family home in Maliana October 6, in the southwestern region of East Timor. Many of the towns in the troubled territory bear the scars of systematic destruction by suspected pro-Jakarta militia in recent weeks following a vote for independence from Indonesia.

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EAST TIMOR
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October 06, 1999
East Timorese celebrate the arrival of Australian troops in the town of Maliana October 6. Eighteen tracked...
Maliana, East Timor
East Timorese celebrate the arrival of Australian troops in the town of Maliana October 6. Eighteen .....
East Timorese celebrate the arrival of Australian troops in the town of Maliana October 6. Eighteen tracked armoured personnel carriers rolled into Maliana around midday and Australian soldiers walked quickly through the town to a rapturous welcome by several hundred local people who had hoped to see them a lot sooner.
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TIMOR TOWN
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October 06, 1999
East Timorese residents celebrate the arrival of Australian troops in the town of Maliana October 6....
Maliana, East Timor
EAST TIMORESE CELEBRATE THE ARRIVAL OF AUSTRALIAN TROOPS IN MALIANA.
East Timorese residents celebrate the arrival of Australian troops in the town of Maliana October 6. Eighteen tracked armoured personnel carriers rolled into Maliana around midday and Australian soldiers walked quickly through the town to a rapturous welcome by several hundred local people who had hoped to see them a lot sooner.

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TIMOR TOWN
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October 06, 1999
Australian troops take up defensive positions as they secure Maliana October 6. Villagers came down from...
Maliana, East Timor
AUSTRALIAN TROOPS SECURE MALIANA.
Australian troops take up defensive positions as they secure Maliana October 6. Villagers came down from mountain hideouts to greet long-awaited Australian troops who arrived on Wednesday to secure this devastated town in central southwestern East Timor.

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TIMOR TOWN
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October 06, 1999
East Timorese celebrate the arrival of Australian troops in the town of Maliana October 6. Eighteen tracked...
Maliana, East Timor
EAST TIMORESE CELEBRATE THE ARRIVAL OF AUSTRALIAN TROOPS IN MALIANA.
East Timorese celebrate the arrival of Australian troops in the town of Maliana October 6. Eighteen tracked armoured personnel carriers rolled into Maliana around midday and Australian soldiers walked quickly

through the town to a rapturous welcome by several hundred local people who had hoped to see them a lot sooner.
TIMOR TOWN
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October 06, 1999
East Timorese celebrate the arrival of Australian troops in the town of Maliana October 6. Eighteen tracked...
Maliana, East Timor
EAST TIMORESE CELEBRATE THE ARRIVAL OF AUSTRALIAN TROOPS IN MALIANA.
East Timorese celebrate the arrival of Australian troops in the town of Maliana October 6. Eighteen tracked armoured personnel carriers rolled into Maliana around midday and Australian soldiers walked quickly

through the town to a rapturous welcome by several hundred
TIMOR MALIANA
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October 06, 1999
East Timorese celebrate the arrival of Australian troops in Maliana October 6. The troops are advancing...
Maliana, East Timor
EAST TIMORESE CELEBRATE THE ARRIVAL OF AUSTRALIAN TROOPS IN MALIANA.
East Timorese celebrate the arrival of Australian troops in Maliana October 6. The troops are advancing to secure the former militia stonghold of Maliana to enable refugees to return to their homes and humanitarian aid supplies to be delivered.

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TIMOR MALIANA
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October 06, 1999
A resident waves as an Australian Armoured Personnel Carrier enters Maliana town October 6. Maliana was...
Maliana, East Timor
A MALIANA RESIDENT WAVES AS AN AUSTRALIAN APC ROLLS PAST.
A resident waves as an Australian Armoured Personnel Carrier enters Maliana town October 6. Maliana was formerly a stronghold of the pro-Jakarta militia who are estimated to have killed thousands in East Timor after the territory voted August 30 for independence from Indonesia. Maliana's population has either been forcibly deported to West Timor or is hiding in hills to the south. Some are hiding in caves, waiting for the Australian-led Interfet force to arrive.

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TIMOR MALIANA
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October 06, 1999
An Australian soldier is greeted by residents of Maliana after his unit entered the town October 6. Maliana...
Maliana, East Timor
RESIDENTS GREET AN AUSTRALIAN SOLDIER IN MALIANA.
An Australian soldier is greeted by residents of Maliana after his unit entered the town October 6. Maliana was formerly a stronghold of the pro-Jakarta militia who are estimated to have killed thousands in East Timor after the territory voted August 30 for independence from Indonesia. Maliana's population has either been forcibly deported to West Timor or is hiding in hills to the south. Some are hiding in caves, waiting for the Australian-led Interfet force to arrive.

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TIMOR TOWN
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October 06, 1999
Australian soldiers cross the Nunura river, 15 km from the town of Maliana October 6. The troops are...
Maliana, East Timor
AUSTRALIAN SOLDIERS CROSS THE NUNURA RIVER ON THEIR WAY TO MALIANA.
Australian soldiers cross the Nunura river, 15 km from the town of Maliana October 6. The troops are advancing to secure the former militia stonghold of Maliana to enable refugees to return to their homes and humanitarian aid supplies to be delivered.

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INDONESIA EAST TIMOR
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October 05, 1999
An Australian peacekeeper talks to a young boy near Maliana, East Timor, October 5. The boy is part of...
Maliana, East Timor
AN AUSTRALIAN PEACEKEEPER TALKS TO AN EAST TIMORESE BOY IN MALIANA.
An Australian peacekeeper talks to a young boy near Maliana, East Timor, October 5. The boy is part of two groups of people totalling around two dozen who have returned from their hiding spots in the hills after fleeing militias came through the district on their way to West Timor.

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TIMOR
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October 05, 1999
East Timorese who have recently returned after hiding in the mountains around the town of Maliana destroy...
Maliana, East Timor
EAST TIMORESE WHO RETURNED TO MALIANA DESTROY THE INDONESIAN FLAG.
East Timorese who have recently returned after hiding in the mountains around the town of Maliana destroy an Indonesian flag October 5. A few dozen people have returned to the town in anticipation of the arrival of an Australian-led peace-keeping mission one month after they fled into the mountains and caves around Maliana after post-Indepenedence vote violence.

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TIMOR
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August 18, 1999
Armed pro-Jakarta militia arrive outside the United Nations office in Maliana, 90 km south west of Dili....
Maliana, East Timor
ARMED PRO-JAKARTA MILITIA ARRIVE AT UNITED NATIONS OFFICE IN MALIANA.
Armed pro-Jakarta militia arrive outside the United Nations office in Maliana, 90 km south west of Dili. Tensions were high in the area after the pro-Indonesia militia attacked a pro-independence office and the local student office.

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TIMOR
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August 18, 1999
A pro-independence supporter stands outside the damaged student office after it was attacked along with...
Maliana, East Timor
PRO-INDEPENDENCE SUPPORTER OUTSIDE DAMAGED STUDENT OFFICE IN MALIANA.
A pro-independence supporter stands outside the damaged student office after it was attacked along with the local independence political office by pro-Jakarta militia in Maliana, 90 km south west of Dili.

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TIMOR
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June 30, 1999
East Timorese children chase after a UN helicopter taking off for another reconnaissance mission outside...
Maliana, East Timor
CHILDREN CHASE AFTER A UN HELICOPTER IN MALIANA.
East Timorese children chase after a UN helicopter taking off for another reconnaissance mission outside the UN office in Maliana, 100 km (60 miles) south west of Dili June 30. The UNAMET office in Maliana was attacked and suffered considerable damage by a group of around 100 militia on June 29.

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TIMOR
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June 30, 1999
A United Nations official surveys damage as an Indonesian police officer stands guard at the shattered...
Maliana, East Timor
A UN OFFICIAL SURVEYS DAMAGE TO THE UN OFFICE IN MALIANA, EAST TIMOR.
A United Nations official surveys damage as an Indonesian police officer stands guard at the shattered UN office in Maliana, 100 km (60 miles) south west of Dili June 30. The UNAMET office in Maliana was attacked and suffered considerable damage by a group of around 100 militia on June 29.

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