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RIGHTS-DOMESTICWORKERS/ASIA
RTX1EIQ2
May 25, 2015
Migrant domestic worker Suay Ing, 31, poses for a picture at a clinic where she works, in Bangkok, Thailand,...
Bangkok, Thailand
Migrant domestic worker Suay Ing poses for a picture at a clinic where she works, in Bangkok, Thailand...
Migrant domestic worker Suay Ing, 31, poses for a picture at a clinic where she works, in Bangkok, Thailand, May 25, 2015. Ing was nine when she was first employed as a domestic worker, cleaning for a family and sleeping in their laundry room in the northern Thai city of Chiang Mai for $10 a month. The eldest of four children of migrant construction workers from Myanmar, Ing was 14 when she was trafficked to Bangkok by a broker who promised her a job and abandoned her. Asia is home to 41 percent of the estimated 53 million domestic workers worldwide, most of them women who enjoy few rights, work excessively long days and earn far below the minimum wage, rights groups say. Picture taken May 25, 2015. To match Thomson Reuters Foundation Feature RIGHTS-DOMESTICWORKERS/ASIA REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
RIGHTS-DOMESTICWORKERS/ASIA
RTX1EIQ0
May 25, 2015
Migrant domestic worker Suay Ing, 31, wipes a window of a clinic in Bangkok, Thailand, May 25, 2015....
Bangkok, Thailand
Migrant domestic worker Suay Ing wipes a window of a clinic in Bangkok, Thailand
Migrant domestic worker Suay Ing, 31, wipes a window of a clinic in Bangkok, Thailand, May 25, 2015. Ing was nine when she was first employed as a domestic worker, cleaning for a family and sleeping in their laundry room in the northern Thai city of Chiang Mai for $10 a month. The eldest of four children of migrant construction workers from Myanmar, Ing was 14 when she was trafficked to Bangkok by a broker who promised her a job and abandoned her. Asia is home to 41 percent of the estimated 53 million domestic workers worldwide, most of them women who enjoy few rights, work excessively long days and earn far below the minimum wage, rights groups say. Picture taken May 25, 2015. To match Thomson Reuters Foundation Feature RIGHTS-DOMESTICWORKERS/ASIA REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
RIGHTS-DOMESTICWORKERS/ASIA
RTX1EIPZ
May 25, 2015
Migrant domestic worker Suay Ing, 31, wipes a window of the clinic where she works in Bangkok, Thailand,...
Bangkok, Thailand
Migrant domestic worker Suay Ing wipes a window of the clinic where she works in Bangkok, Thailand
Migrant domestic worker Suay Ing, 31, wipes a window of the clinic where she works in Bangkok, Thailand, May 25, 2015. Ing was nine when she was first employed as a domestic worker, cleaning for a family and sleeping in their laundry room in the northern Thai city of Chiang Mai for $10 a month. The eldest of four children of migrant construction workers from Myanmar, Ing was 14 when she was trafficked to Bangkok by a broker who promised her a job and abandoned her. Asia is home to 41 percent of the estimated 53 million domestic workers worldwide, most of them women who enjoy few rights, work excessively long days and earn far below the minimum wage, rights groups say. Picture taken May 25, 2015. To match Thomson Reuters Foundation Feature RIGHTS-DOMESTICWORKERS/ASIA REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
TIMOR
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November 14, 2003
Australian United Nations peacekeepers lower the UN flag during a
farewell ceremony in Suai district,...
Suai, East Timor
AUSTRALIAN UNITED NATIONS PEACEKEEPERS LOWER THE UN FLAG IN SUAI, EAST
TIMOR.
Australian United Nations peacekeepers lower the UN flag during a
farewell ceremony in Suai district, in East Timor, after their tour of
duty in the tiny country November 14, 2003. The peacekeepers based in
the western part of East Timor will be pulled out and replaced by East
Timor's police force. REUTERS/Lirio Da Fonseca

DW/FA
TIMOR
RTR6W50
November 14, 2003
Australian United Nations peacekeepers attend a farewell ceremony in
the Suai district of East Timor...
Suai, East Timor
AUSTRALIAN UNITED NATIONS PEACEKEEPERS ATTEND A FAREWELL CEREMONY IN
EAST TIMOR.
Australian United Nations peacekeepers attend a farewell ceremony in
the Suai district of East Timor after their tour of duty in the tiny
country on November 14, 2003. The peacekeepers based in the West sector
of East Timor will be pulled out and replaced by East Timor's police
force. REUTERS/Lirio Da Fonseca

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TIMOR
RTR76MN
August 11, 2000
Members of the Nepalese contingent carry the casket of Private Devi Ram Yaishi to a United Nations plane...
Dili, East Timor
NEPALESE SOLDIERS CARRY CASKET OF UN PEACEKEEPER DEVI RAM IN DILI.
Members of the Nepalese contingent carry the casket of Private Devi Ram Yaishi to a United Nations plane in Dili August 11, 2000 bound for Darwin, Australia. Devi Ram died from wounds sustained in a gunfight when his patrol clashed with a group of militia northeast of the city of Suai.

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TIMOR
RTR76ME
August 11, 2000
Members of the Nepalese contingent load the casket of Private Devi Ram Yaishi onto a United Nations plane...
Dili, East Timor
NEPALESE SOLDIERS LOAD CASKET OF UN PEACEKEEPER DEVI RAM ONTO A PLANE IN DILI.
Members of the Nepalese contingent load the casket of Private Devi Ram Yaishi onto a United Nations plane in Dili August 11, 2000 bound for Darwin, Australia. Devi Ram died from wounds sustained in a gunfight when his patrol clashed with a group of militia northeast of the city of Suai.

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TIMOR
RTR76M8
August 11, 2000
Nepalese police salute the casket of U.N. Peacekeeper Private Devi Ram Yaishi during a ceremony at the...
Dili, East Timor
NEPALESE POLICE SALUTE CASKET OF UN PEACEKEEPER DEVI RAM IN DILI.
Nepalese police salute the casket of U.N. Peacekeeper Private Devi Ram Yaishi during a ceremony at the Dili Airport August 11, 2000. Devi Ram died from wounds sustained in a gunfight when his patrol clashed with a group of militia northeast of the city of Suai.

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TIMOR
RTRSGS6
November 17, 1999
East Timorese refugees are transported home to the coastal town of Suai on HMS Jervis Bay late November...
Suai, East Timor
EAST TIMORESE REFUGEES ON THEIR WAY HOME TO SUAI.
East Timorese refugees are transported home to the coastal town of Suai on HMS Jervis Bay late November 16. Hundreds of thousands of East Timorese fled into West Timor after pro-Jakarta militias embarked on a spree of destruction following a UN-run vote that saw East Timor overwhelmingly vote to split from Indonesia.

TAN
TIMOR
RTRRU2U
October 27, 1999
Australian Flight Lieutenant Sandy Riley, 33, from Richmond, NSW, talks to East Timorese in Suai October...
Suai, East Timor
AUSTRALIAN NURSE IN SUAI.
Australian Flight Lieutenant Sandy Riley, 33, from Richmond, NSW, talks to East Timorese in Suai October 25. As the INTERFET Air Medical Evacuation Coordinator in Suai she is required to undertake numerous tasks and as she found out on Monday while accompanying a foot patrol through the burnt out streets of Suai, her medical training was put to good use in treating some of the small children at a street clinic.

GR/PB
EAST TIMOR
RTXJ94S
October 15, 1999
Pro-Jakarta militiamen from the Laksaur (Eagle) troops shout "Long live integration, long live Indonesia"...
Suai, East Timor
Pro-Jakarta militiamen from the Laksaur (Eagle) troops shout "Long live integration, long live Indon.....
Pro-Jakarta militiamen from the Laksaur (Eagle) troops shout "Long live integration, long live Indonesia" before shooting practice at Kalele beach in Suai 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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EAST TIMOR
RTXJ94R
October 15, 1999
Some of the 400 pro-Jakarta militiamen from the Laksaur (Eagle) troops, display their weapons before...
Suai, East Timor
Some of the 400 pro-Jakarta militiamen from the Laksaur (Eagle) troops, display their weapons before.....
Some of the 400 pro-Jakarta militiamen from the Laksaur (Eagle) troops, display their weapons before shooting practice at Kalele beach in Suai, 220kms southeast of the East Timorese capital of Dili, 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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EAST TIMOR
RTXJ94Q
October 15, 1999
Some of the 400 pro-Jakarta militiamen from the Laksaur (Eagle) troops listen to a briefing before a...
Suai, East Timor
Some of the 400 pro-Jakarta militiamen from the Laksaur (Eagle) troops listen to a briefing before a.....
Some of the 400 pro-Jakarta militiamen from the Laksaur (Eagle) troops listen to a briefing before a shooting practice at Kalele beach in Suai 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
RTRRIJO
October 15, 1999
Some of the 400 pro-Jakarta militiamen shoot with their handmade guns during a shooting session at Kalele...
Suai, East Timor
PRO-JAKARTA MILITIAMEN SHOOT THEIR HANDMADE GUNS IN SUAI.
Some of the 400 pro-Jakarta militiamen shoot with their handmade guns during a shooting session at Kalele beach in Suai, 220 km southeast from East Timor capital of Dili 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.

BEA/DL
TIMOR
RTRRIEI
October 15, 1999
Pro-Jakarta militiamen from Laksaur (Eagle) troops shout "Long live integration, long live Indonesia"...
Suai, East Timor
PRO-JAKARTA MILITIAMEN FROM THE LAKSAUR (EAGLE) TROOPS IN SUAI.
Pro-Jakarta militiamen from Laksaur (Eagle) troops shout "Long live integration, long live Indonesia" before a shooting practice at Kalele beach in Suai 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.

BEA
TIMOR
RTRRIDS
October 15, 1999
Some of the 400 pro-Jakarta militiamen from the Laksaur (Eagle) troops display their weapons before a...
Suai, East Timor
PRO-JAKARTA MILITIAMEN FROM THE LAKSAUR (EAGLE) TROOPS IN SUAI.
Some of the 400 pro-Jakarta militiamen from the Laksaur (Eagle) troops display their weapons before a shooting practice at Kalele beach in Suai, 220 km southeast from East Timor capital of Dili 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.

BEA/DL
TIMOR
RTRRIDL
October 15, 1999
Some of the 400 pro-Jakarta militiamen from the Laksaur (Eagle) troops listen to a briefing before a...
Suai, East Timor
PRO-JAKARTA MILITIAMEN FROM THE LAKSAUR (EAGLE) TROOPS LISTEN TO A BRIEFING IN SUAI.
Some of the 400 pro-Jakarta militiamen from the Laksaur (Eagle) troops listen to a briefing before a shooting practice at Kalele beach in Suai 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.

BEA
INDONESIA TIMOR
RTR7X3W
October 15, 1999
Former East Timorese pro-Jakarta commander Olivio Mendoza Maruk (R) is seen in this October 15, 1999...
Suai, United Kingdom of Great Britain
FILE PHOTO OF EAST TIMORESE FORMER COMMANDER OLIVIO MENDOZA MARUK.
Former East Timorese pro-Jakarta commander Olivio Mendoza Maruk (R) is seen in this October 15, 1999 file photo during a meeting with his followers in Suai, East Timor. Maruk was killed by an unidentified man on Tuesday and triggered a rampage by pro-Indonesian militiamen.

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