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TIMOR/
RTR277JM
August 30, 2009
An East Timor woman and her watch soldiers carry the coffins containing the remains of Timorese fighters...
Metinaro, East Timor/Timor-Leste
An East Timor woman and her watch soldiers carry the coffins containing the remains of Timorese fighters...
An East Timor woman and her watch soldiers carry the coffins containing the remains of Timorese fighters to a national hero cemetery in the sub-district of Metinaro August 29, 2009. Authorities shifted the remains of the fighters, which were collected from a jungle, to the cemetery on Saturday. The former Portuguese colony, invaded by Indonesia in 1975, won independence in the violence-marred vote organised by the United Nations on August 30, 1999. It became fully independent in 2002 after a period of U.N. Administration.
REUTERS/Lirio Da Fonseca (EAST TIMOR ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY)
TIMOR/
RTR277JL
August 30, 2009
East Timor's Prime Minister Xanana Gusmao (R) walks beside soldiers carrying coffins containing the remains...
Metinaro, East Timor/Timor-Leste
East Timor's Prime Minister Gusmao walks beside soldiers carrying coffins containing the remains of Timorese...
East Timor's Prime Minister Xanana Gusmao (R) walks beside soldiers carrying coffins containing the remains of Timorese fighters in the sub-district of Metinaro August 29, 2009. Authorities shifted the remains of the fighters, which were collected from a jungle, to the national hero cemetery on Saturday. The former Portuguese colony, invaded by Indonesia in 1975, won independence in the violence-marred vote organised by the United Nations on August 30, 1999. It became fully independent in 2002 after a period of U.N. Administration.
REUTERS/Lirio Da Fonseca (EAST TIMOR ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY)
TIMOR/
RTR277JK
August 30, 2009
East Timorese soldiers carry coffins containing the remains of Timorese fighters to a national hero cemetery...
Metinaro, East Timor/Timor-Leste
East Timorese soldiers carry coffins containing the remains of Timorese fighters to a national hero cemetery...
East Timorese soldiers carry coffins containing the remains of Timorese fighters to a national hero cemetery in the sub-district of Metinaro August 29, 2009. Authorities shifted the remains of the fighters, which were collected from a jungle, to the cemetery on Saturday. The former Portuguese colony, invaded by Indonesia in 1975, won independence in the violence-marred vote organised by the United Nations on August 30, 1999. It became fully independent in 2002 after a period of U.N. Administration. REUTERS/Lirio Da Fonseca (EAST TIMOR ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY)
TIMOR/
RTR277JH
August 30, 2009
A Timorese woman cries in front of the grave of her husband, who died fighting for independence from...
Metinaro, East Timor/Timor-Leste
A Timorese woman cries in front of the grave of her husband, who died fighting for independence from...
A Timorese woman cries in front of the grave of her husband, who died fighting for independence from Indonesia, in the sub-district of Metinaro August 29, 2009. Authorities shifted the remains of the fighters, which were collected from a jungle, to the national hero cemetery on Saturday. The former Portuguese colony, invaded by Indonesia in 1975, won independence in the violence-marred vote organised by the United Nations on August 30, 1999. It became fully independent in 2002 after a period of U.N. Administration. REUTERS/Lirio Da Fonseca (EAST TIMOR SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
INDONESIA
RTR8QFE
December 13, 2003
Australian Army Commander-in-Chief General Peter Cosgrove (L) talks to East Timorese soldiers in Metinaro...
Metinaro, East Timor
AUSTRALIAN ARMY GENERAL PETER COSGROVE TALKS TO EAST TIMORESE SOLDIERS IN METINARO, EAST TIMOR.
Australian Army Commander-in-Chief General Peter Cosgrove (L) talks to East Timorese soldiers in Metinaro outside the East Timor capital Dili December 13, 2003. Cosgrove inaugurated a new training facility for East Timorese military built by the United Nations peacekeeping force on Saturday. REUTERS/Lirio Da Fonseca SUPRI/HS/FA
INDONESIA
RTR8Q79
December 13, 2003
Australian Army Commander-in-Chief General Peter Cosgrove (L), East Timor military chief Brigadier General...
Metinaro, East Timor
AUSTRALIAN ARMY GENERAL PETER COSGROVE WATCH MILITARY PARADE IN EAST TIMOR.
Australian Army Commander-in-Chief General Peter Cosgrove (L), East Timor military chief Brigadier General Taur Matan Ruak (C) and UN peace keeping troops commander Lieutenant-General Khairunin Yusuf watch the military parade of East Timorese troops in Metinaro outside Dili December 13, 2003. Cosgrove inaugurated a new training facility for East Timorese military built by the United Nations peacekeeping force on Saturday. REUTERS/Lirio Da Fonseca SUPRI/HS
TIMOR
RTR1Z8X
February 28, 2002
Young East Timor soldiers prepare for distribution of their new
survival equipment and bags from U.N....
Metinaro, East Timor
EAST TIMOR TROOPS PREPARE TO RECEIVE EQUIPMENT IN METINARO, EAST TIMOR.
Young East Timor soldiers prepare for distribution of their new
survival equipment and bags from U.N. peacekeepers in Metinaro, near
the territory's capital Dili, on February 28, 2002. The United Nations
currently administers the area which broke away from Indonesian rule in
1999 until the new nation declares its formal independence on May 20,
2002. REUTERS/Lirio da Fonseca

EN/JD
TIMOR
RTR1Z8O
February 28, 2002
An Australian U.N. peacekeeper distributes survival equipment and bags
to young East Timor soldiers...
Metinaro, East Timor
AN AUSTRALIAN U.N. PEACEKEEPER DISTRIBUTES SURVIVAL EQUIPMENT IN
METINARO, EAST TIMOR.
An Australian U.N. peacekeeper distributes survival equipment and bags
to young East Timor soldiers in Metinaro, near the territory's capital
Dili, February 28, 2002. The United Nations currently administers the
area which broke away from Indonesian rule in 1999 until the new nation
declares its formal independence on May 20, 2002. REUTERS/Lirio da
Fonseca

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TIMOR
RTRUCHF
May 06, 1999
An East-Timorese child and her mother gather for a ceremony of peace in Metinaro district, some 40 km...
Metinaro, East Timor
EAST-TIMORESE CHILD AT A CEREMONY OF PEACE IN METINARO DISTRICT NEAR DILI.
An East-Timorese child and her mother gather for a ceremony of peace in Metinaro district, some 40 km east of Dili May 6. A pro-independence party on Thursday acused pro-Jakarta militias of carrying our a reign of terror in an East Timorese town of Hatolia just hours afer Indonesia and Portugal signed a deal on a vote on independence.

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TIMOR
RTROVIP
May 06, 1999
Pro-Jakarta East-Timorese supporters with staffs take a break during a ceremony to disband the militia...
Metinaro, East Timor
PRO-JAKARTA EAST-TIMORESE SUPPORTERS DURING A PEACE CEREMONY IN METINARO DISTRICT.
Pro-Jakarta East-Timorese supporters with staffs take a break during a ceremony to disband the militia in a jungle in Metinaro district, some 40 km east of Dili May 6. Pro-Jakarta militias were accused on Thursday of carrying our a reign of terror in an East Timorese town just hours afer Indonesia and Portugal signed a deal on a vote on independence.

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TIMOR
RTROVG7
May 06, 1999
Pro-Jakarta East Timorese supporters join a ceremony of peace and disbandment in Metinaro district, some...
Metinaro, East Timor
PRO-JAKARTA EAST TIMORESE SUPPORTERS DURING A PEACE CEREMONY IN METINARO DISTRICT.
Pro-Jakarta East Timorese supporters join a ceremony of peace and disbandment in Metinaro district, some 40 km east of Dili May 6. More than 500 militia attended the ceremony. Pro-Jakarta militias were accused on Thursday of carrying a reign of terror in an East Timorese town just hours after Indonesia and Portugal signed a deal on a vote on independence.

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