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PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/
RTR2IPR7
February 17, 2011
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas (R) meets East Timor's President Jose Ramos Horta in the West Bank...
Ramallah, Palestinian Territories
Palestinian President Abbas meets East Timor's President Ramos Horta in Ramallah
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas (R) meets East Timor's President Jose Ramos Horta in the West Bank city of Ramallah February 17, 2011. REUTERS/Mohamad Torokman (WEST BANK - Tags: POLITICS)
TIMOR
RTX9BUV
October 08, 2008
A U.N. policeman from Portugal (R) stands guards as thousands of young East Timorese queue to apply for...
Dili, East Timor
A U.N. policeman stands guards as thousands of young East Timorese queue to apply for jobs in Dili
A U.N. policeman from Portugal (R) stands guards as thousands of young East Timorese queue to apply for jobs provided by South Korean energy company East Petroleum Corporation in Dili, East Timor October 8, 2008. The company will recruit about 6,000 workers, an official said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Lirio Da Fonseca (EAST TIMOR)
TIMOR/
RTR1SLT5
August 08, 2007
UN police from Portugal stand guard outside the presidential office where independence hero Xanana Gusmao...
Dili, East Timor
UN police from Portugal stand guard outside the presidential office in Dili
UN police from Portugal stand guard outside the presidential office where independence hero Xanana Gusmao being sworn in as new prime minister in Dili August 8, 2007. Gusmao was sworn in as East Timor's prime minister on Wednesday, as simmering violence continued in some districts loyal to the former rulling party. REUTERS/Lirio Da Fonseca (EAST TIMOR)
TIMOR-PROTEST/
RTR1N44L
March 05, 2007
A U.N policeman from Portugal arrests a supporter of East Timor rebel Alfredo Reinado in Dili on March...
Dili, East Timor
A U.N policeman from Portugal arrests a supporter of East Timor rebel Alfredo Reinado in Dili
A U.N policeman from Portugal arrests a supporter of East Timor rebel Alfredo Reinado in Dili on March 5, 2007. Thousands of angry supporters of Reinado burnt tyres and threw stones in the capital on Monday to protest against a raid by international troops on the fugitive's hideout. 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)
INDONESIA
RTR1D2BQ
May 04, 2006
Former pro-Indonesian militia leader Eurico Guterres gestures as he arrives at the Sukarno Hatta airport...
Jakarta, Indonesia
Former pro-Indonesian militia leader Eurico Guterres arrives in Jakarta
Former pro-Indonesian militia leader Eurico Guterres gestures as he arrives at the Sukarno Hatta airport in Jakarta from Kupang City in West Timor to serve his jail sentence May 4, 2006. Guterres on Thursday began serving a 10-year jail sentence for human right abuses during the wave of violence surrounding the territory's 1999 Independence ballot. REUTERS/Crack Palinggi
TIMOR
RTR17YOS
January 10, 2006
East Timorese hospital security guards check the body of one of three Indonesian citizens, shot by East...
Dili, East Timor
East Timorese hospital security guards check the body of one of three Indonesian citizens before sending...
East Timorese hospital security guards check the body of one of three Indonesian citizens, shot by East Timorese border police last week on the border with Indonesian West Timor, before sending them back to Indonesia at a hospital in Dili January 10, 2006. Indonesia's foreign minister said the three men were fishing on a border river, adding that the shooting was an excessive use of force, while East Timorese authorities said the trio were suspected pro-Jakarta militiamen. Reuters/Lirio Da Fonseca
TIMOR
RTR17YBE
January 10, 2006
East Timorese hospital security guards close a coffin of one of three Indonesian citizens, shot by East...
Dili, East Timor
East Timorese hospital security guards close a coffin of one of three Indonesian citizens at a hospital...
East Timorese hospital security guards close a coffin of one of three Indonesian citizens, shot by East Timorese border police last week on the border with Indonesian West Timor, before sending them back to Indonesia at a hospital in Dili January 10, 2006. Indonesia's foreign minister said the three men were fishing on a border river, adding the shooting was an excessive use of force, while East Timorese authorities said the trio were suspected former pro-Jakarta militiamen. Reuters/Lirio Da Fonseca
TIMOR
RTR17X37
January 09, 2006
East Timorese hospital security guards carry the body of one of three Indonesian citizens, shot by East...
Dili, Indonesia
East Timorese hospital security guards carry body of Indonesian in Dili
East Timorese hospital security guards carry the body of one of three Indonesian citizens, shot by East Timorese border police last week on the border with Indonesian West Timor, for an autopsy at a hospital in Dili January 9, 2006. Indonesia's foreign minister said the three men were fishing on a border river, adding the shooting was an excessive use of force, while East Timorese authorities said the trio were suspected former pro-Jakarta militiamen. Reuters/Lirio Da Fonseca
EAST TIMOR
RTRHRQR
December 08, 2004
A U.S. Marine Guard salutes as East Timor's President Xanana Gusmao leaves the West Wing of the White...
Washington, UNITED STATES
East Timors President Xanana Gusmao leaves the West Wing of the White House in Washington.
A U.S. Marine Guard salutes as East Timor's President Xanana Gusmao leaves the West Wing of the White House with another East Timorese official (R) in Washington, December 8, 2004. Gusmao met briefly with U.S. President George W. Bush during his visit with National Security Advisor Condoleezza Rice at the White House. REUTERS/Jason Reed JIR/HB
EAST TIMOR
RTRHRQD
December 08, 2004
East Timor's President Xanana Gusmao leaves the West Wing of the White House in Washington, December...
Washington, UNITED STATES
East Timor's President Xanana Gusmao leaves the West Wing of the White House in Washington.
East Timor's President Xanana Gusmao leaves the West Wing of the White House in Washington, December 8, 2004. Gusmao met briefly with U.S. President George W. Bush during his visit with National Security Advisor Condoleezza Rice at the White House. REUTERS/Jason Reed JIR
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

EN/TW
EAST TIMOR
RTR60RA
October 31, 2003
Sue Andel (L), Julie Shackleton (C) and Maureen Tolfree, relatives of
the five Australia-based journalists...
Balibo, East Timor
FAMILY OF THE JOURNALISTS KILLED IN EAST TIMOR ATTEND A MEMORIAL IN
BALIBO.
Sue Andel (L), Julie Shackleton (C) and Maureen Tolfree, relatives of
the five Australia-based journalists killed while covering the
Indonesian invasion of East Timor in 1975, place wreaths at a house in
Balibo, west of Dili, October 31, 2003. REUTERS/Lirio Da Fonseca

DW/fa
EAST TIMOR
RTR60PO
October 31, 2003
Steve Bracks, premier of Australia's State of Victoria (R), and East
Timor's President Xanana Gusmao...
Balibo, East Timor
STEVE BRACKS AND XANANA GUSMAO ATTEND A MEMORIAL SEVICE IN BALIBO, EAST
TIMOR.
Steve Bracks, premier of Australia's State of Victoria (R), and East
Timor's President Xanana Gusmao (L) wear traditional costumes as they
attend a memorial ceremony for five Australia-based journalist who were
killed covering the Indonesian invasion of East Timor in 1975 in
Balibo, west of Dili, October 31, 2003. Family members of the 5 slain
journalists, Brian Peters, Gary Cunningham, Greg Shackleton, Malcolm
Rennie and Tony Stewart, gathered in Balibo for the dedication of a
memorial at the site where they were killed filming the Indonesian
invasion. REUTERS/Lirio Da Fonseca

DW/FA
TIMOR
RTRD9PU
November 04, 2002
East Timor's President Xanana Gusmao greets a young East Timorese
refugee at Atambua refugee camp in...
Atambua, Indonesia - Republic of
EAST TIMOR'S PRESIDENT XANANA GUSMAO GREETS REFUGEES IN ATAMBUA, WEST
TIMOR.
East Timor's President Xanana Gusmao greets a young East Timorese
refugee at Atambua refugee camp in Indonesia's West Timor province on
November 4, 2002. Gusmao is in Indonesian West Timor, home to tens of
thousands of East Timorese refugees, in an attempt to entice the
refugees to return to their homeland. REUTERS/Lirio Da Fonseca

EN/CP
INDONESIA
RTRD6IJ
November 02, 2002
East Timor's President Xanana Gusmao (L) greets East Timorese refugees
at Naibonat refugee camp in Kupang,...
Kupang, Indonesia - Republic of
EAST TIMOR'S PRESIDENT XANANA GUSMAO GREETS REFUGEES IN KUPANG.
East Timor's President Xanana Gusmao (L) greets East Timorese refugees
at Naibonat refugee camp in Kupang, West Timor November 2, 2002. Gusmao
is in Indonesian West Timor, home to tens of thousands of East Timorese
refugees, in an attempt to entice the refugees to return to their
homeland. REUTERS/Lirio Da Fonseca.

DW/JS
INDONESIA
RTRD6IB
November 02, 2002
East Timor's President Xanana Gusmao (R) greets East Timorese refugees
at Naibonat refugee camp in Kupang,...
Kupang, Indonesia - Republic of
EAST TIMOR'S PRESIDENT XANANA GUSMAO GREETS REFUGEES IN KUPANG.
East Timor's President Xanana Gusmao (R) greets East Timorese refugees
at Naibonat refugee camp in Kupang, West Timor November 2, 2002. Gusmao
is in Indonesian West Timor, home to tens of thousands of East Timorese
refugees, in an attempt to entice the refugees to return to their
homeland. REUTERS/Lirio Da Fonseca.

DW/JS
INDONESIA
RTRD6I4
November 02, 2002
East Timorese refugee children stand next to an Indonesian soldier at
Naibonat refugee camp in Kupang,...
Kupang, Indonesia - Republic of
AN INDONESIAN SOLDIER STANDS NEAR EAST TIMORESE REFUGEES IN KUPANG.
East Timorese refugee children stand next to an Indonesian soldier at
Naibonat refugee camp in Kupang, West Timor November 2, 2002 during a
visit by East Timor's President Xanana Gusmao. Gusmao is in Indonesian
West Timor, home to tens of thousands of East Timorese refugees, in an
attempt to entice the refugees to return back to their homeland.
REUTERS/Lirio Da Fonseca

DW/CP
INDONESIA
RTRD6HX
November 02, 2002
East Timor's President Xanana Gusmao smiles with a young East Timorese
refugee at Naibonat refugee camp...
Kupang, Indonesia - Republic of
EAST TIMOR'S PRESIDENT GUSMAO SMILES WITH YOUNG EAST TIMORESE REFUGEE
IN KUPANG.
East Timor's President Xanana Gusmao smiles with a young East Timorese
refugee at Naibonat refugee camp in Kupang, West Timor November 2,
2002. Gusmao is in Indonesian West Timor, home to tens of thousands of
East Timorese refugees, in an attempt to entice the refugees to return
to their homeland. REUTERS/Lirio Da Fonseca.

DW/JS
TIMOR
RTRPW1P
November 28, 2001
Former East Timorese guerrilla fighters attend a freedom celebration in
Dili, November 28, 2001. East...
Dili, East Timor
FORMER EAST TIMOR GUERRILA FIGHTERS ATTEND A FREEDOM CELEBRATION IN
DILI.
Former East Timorese guerrilla fighters attend a freedom celebration in
Dili, November 28, 2001. East Timor president-in-waiting Xanana Gusmao
led the Falintil guerrilla forces against Indonesian troops during
Jakarta's 23-year often brutal occupation of the tiny territory.
Gusmao, who is on a three-day visit in Indonesia's West Timor, has
called on tens of thousands of East Timorese refugees who fled from the
bloodbath in East Timor after the independence ballot in 1999 to return
to the territory and rebuild their shattered land. REUTERS/Lirio Da
Fonseca

REUTERS
TIMOR
RTRPW1D
November 28, 2001
East Timorese raise their fists while singing their national anthem
during a freedom celebration in...
Dili, East Timor
EAST TIMORESE RAISE THEIR FISTS DURING A FREEDOM CELEBRATION IN DILI.
East Timorese raise their fists while singing their national anthem
during a freedom celebration in Dili November 28, 2001. East Timor
president-in-waiting Xanana Gusmao, who in a three-day visit to
Indonesia's West Timor, on Tuesday called on tens of thousands of East
Timorese refugees who fled from the bloodbath in East Timor after the
independence ballot in 1999 to return to the territory and rebuild
their shattered land. REUTERS/Lirio da Fonseca

EN/CP
TIMOR
RTR15O6L
November 05, 2001
East Timorese independence hero Xanana Gusmao kisses an East Timorese
child refugee after she crossed...
Batugede, East Timor
EAST TIMORESE INDEPENDENCE HERO XANANA GUSMAO KISSES A REFUGEES CHILD
IN BATUGEDE.
East Timorese independence hero Xanana Gusmao kisses an East Timorese
child refugee after she crossed the border and arrived in Batugede,
about 80 km (50 miles) from Dili on November 5, 2001. Pro-Jakarta
militias, helped by Indonesian troops, herded more than 300,000 East
Timorese across the border into Indonesia's West Timor after East Timor
voted in 1999 to end Indonesia's military occupation. REUTERS/Lirio Da
Fonseca

SUPRI/CP
TIMOR
RTRP20L
November 05, 2001
East Timorese refugees on a UNHCR truck cross the border and arrive in
Batugede, about 80 km (50 miles)...
Batugede, East Timor
EAST TIMORESE REFUGEES CROSS THE BORDER FROM WEST TIMOR TO ARRIVE IN
BATUGEDE.
East Timorese refugees on a UNHCR truck cross the border and arrive in
Batugede, about 80 km (50 miles) from Dili on November 5, 2001.
Pro-Jakarta militias, helped by Indonesian troops, herded more than
300,000 East Timorese across the border into Indonesia's West Timor
after East Timor voted in 1999 to end Indonesia's military occupation.
REUTERS/Lirio Da Fonseca

SUPRI/CP
TIMOR
RTRP20F
November 05, 2001
East Timorese independence hero Xanana Gusmao (R) greets an East
Timorese refugee after she crossed...
Batugede, East Timor
EAST TIMORESE INDEPENDENCE HERO XANANA GUSMAO GREETS AN EAST TIMORESE
REFUGEE IN BATUGEDE.
East Timorese independence hero Xanana Gusmao (R) greets an East
Timorese refugee after she crossed the border and arrived in Batugede,
about 80 km (50 miles) from Dili on November 5, 2001. Pro-Jakarta
militias, helped by Indonesian troops, herded more than 300,000 East
Timorese across the border into Indonesia's West Timor after East Timor
voted in 1999 to end Indonesia's military occupation. REUTERS/Lirio Da
Fonseca

SUPRI/CP
INDONESIA TIMOR
RTRMV46
September 17, 2001
Soren Jessen-Petersen, Assistant to the United Nations High
Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) speaks...
Jakarta, Indonesia - Republic of
UNHCR'S JESSEN-PETERSEN SPEAKS AT A NEWS CONFERENCE IN JAKARTA.
Soren Jessen-Petersen, Assistant to the United Nations High
Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) speaks at a news conference in
Jakarta September 17, 2001. The United Nations refugee agency said it
would not return to Indonesia's West Timor soon despite encouraging
signs over the return of East Timorese refugees to their homeland. The
UNHCR pulled out of West Timor last year after three of its workers
were killed by pro-Jakarta militia. REUTERS/Johan Wijaya

DW/CP
INDONESIA TIMOR
RTRJEWU
June 07, 2001
East Timorese refugees wait to register to either stay in Indonesia or return to East Timor in a refugee...
Kupang, Indonesia - Republic of
EAST TIMORESE REFUGEES WAIT FOR REGISTRATION IN A REFUGEE CAMP IN NAIBONAT OF WEST TIMOR.
East Timorese refugees wait to register to either stay in Indonesia or return to East Timor in a refugee camp in Naibonat village of West Timor, Indonesia June 7, 2001. Indonesian will resettle most of the East Timorese refugees in other islands after they overwhelmingly chose to remain under Jakarta rule rather than return to their homeland, an official said on Tuesday.

EN/CP
TIMOR
RTRI25W
May 10, 2001
A group of East Timorese UNHCR workers display photographs of Samson Aregahegn, one of three UNHCR staff...
Dili, East Timor
EAST TIMORESE UNHCR WORKERS PROTEST IN FRONT OF INDONESIA EMBASSY IN DILI.
A group of East Timorese UNHCR workers display photographs of Samson Aregahegn, one of three UNHCR staff killed in Atambua, West Timor, during a protest in front of Indonesian mission in Dili on May 10, 2001. Hundreds of UNHCR workers gathered in a silent protest condemning the light sentences given by Jakarta court to six men in connection with the killing of three of their staff members in West Timor last year.

BEA/CC
TIMOR UN
RTRHS3C
May 04, 2001
Serapi Ximenes (L), Joao Alvez Da Cruz (2nd-L), Joao Martin (3rd-L) and Xisto Perreira, four of the six...
Jakarta, Indonesia - Republic of
EAST TIMORESE CHARGED WITH THE MURDER OF THREE FOREIGN UN AID WORKERS ARRIVE AT A JAKARTA COURT.
Serapi Ximenes (L), Joao Alvez Da Cruz (2nd-L), Joao Martin (3rd-L) and Xisto Perreira, four of the six East Timorese charged with the murder of three foreign U.N. aid workers killed last September arrive at a Jakarta courtroom May 4, 2001. An Indonesian court on Friday jailed the six men for up to 20 months over the slaying of U.N. aid workers in West Timor last year, a move certain to trigger international outrage for being too lenient.

EN/CP
TIMOR UN
RTRHS35
May 04, 2001
TWO EAST TIMORESE CHARGED WITH THE MURDER OF THREE FOREIGN UN AID WORKERS WAVE AS THEY LEAVE A JAKARTA...
Jakarta, Indonesia - Republic of
TWO EAST TIMORESE CHARGED WITH THE MURDER OF THREE FOREIGN UN AID WORKERS WAVE AS THEY LEAVE A ...
TWO EAST TIMORESE CHARGED WITH THE MURDER OF THREE FOREIGN UN AID WORKERS WAVE AS THEY LEAVE A JAKARTA COURT.


Julius Naisama (L) and Joao Alvez Da Cruz, two of six East Timorese charged with the murder of three foreign U.N. aid workers killed last September wave as they leave a Jakarta court May 4, 2001. An Indonesian court on Friday jailed the six men for up to 20 months over the slaying of U.N. aid workers in West Timor last year, a move certain to trigger international outrage for being too lenient.
TIMOR UN
RTRHS0I
May 04, 2001
Julius Naisama (L),Jose Francisco (C), Joao Alvez Da Cruz, three of six East Timorese suspects in the...
Jakarta, Indonesia - Republic of
EAST TIMORESE SUSPECTS IN THE MURDER TRIAL OF THREE FOREIGN U.N. AID TRIAL IN JAKARTA.
Julius Naisama (L),Jose Francisco (C), Joao Alvez Da Cruz, three of six East Timorese suspects in the murder trial of three foreign U.N. aid workers last September listen during their trial at a Jakarta courtroom May 4, 2001. An Indonesian court on Friday jailed six men for up to 20 months over the slaying of U.N. aid workers in West Timor last year, a move certain to trigger international outrage for being too lenient.

EN/DL
TIMOR-UN
RTRHHO2
April 27, 2001
East Timorese youths Joao Martin (R) and Serapi Ximenes listen to the judge during their trial in a Jakarta...
Jakarta, Indonesia - Republic of
EAST TIMORESE YOUTHS LISTEN TO THE JUDGE DURING THEIR TRIAL IN JAKARTA.
East Timorese youths Joao Martin (R) and Serapi Ximenes listen to the judge during their trial in a Jakarta court April 27, 2001. The court postponed delivering verdicts on six men being tried over the slaying of three foreign U.N. workers in West Timor last year because some of the defendants were ill. Underscoring lingering outrage over the murders, foreign donors critical to Indonesia's economic recovery again this week pressed Jakarta to bring those responsible to justice.

EN/DW/CC
INDONESIA
RTRH4S0
April 19, 2001
An East Timorese woman refugee weaves cloth at Noelbaki refugee camp in Kupang on April 19, 2001. Indonesia...
Jakarta, Indonesia - Republic of
EAST TIMORESE REFUGEE WEAVES CLOTH AT NOELBAKI REFUGEE CAMP IN KUPANG.
An East Timorese woman refugee weaves cloth at Noelbaki refugee camp in Kupang on April 19, 2001. Indonesia is allowing the estimated 105,000 refugees in 40 camps in Indonesia's West Timor to return to their homeland to vote in the upcoming East Timor election but if they decline the government will push them to take Indonesian citizenship.

BEA/PB
INDONESIA
RTRH4RV
April 19, 2001
East Timorese children refugee play a crude form of billiards for money at Noelbaki refugee camp in Kupang...
Kupang, Indonesia - Republic of
EAST TIMORESE CHILDREN REFUGEE PLAY BILLIARDS IN KUPANG.
East Timorese children refugee play a crude form of billiards for money at Noelbaki refugee camp in Kupang on April 19, 2001. Indonesia is allowing the estimated 105,000 refugees in 40 camps in Indonesia's West Timor to return to their homeland to vote in the upcoming East Timor election but if they decline the government will push them to take Indonesian citizenship.

BEA/PB
INDONESIA
RTRH36S
April 18, 2001
East Timorese refugees stand under a plastic tarp at a refugee camp in Soe, West Timor April 18, 2001....
Kupang, Indonesia - Republic of
EAST TIMORESE REFUGEES STAND UNDER PLASTIC TEND AT REFUGEE CAMP IN SOE, WEST TIMOR.
East Timorese refugees stand under a plastic tarp at a refugee camp in Soe, West Timor April 18, 2001. Indonesia is allowing the estimated 105,000 refugees in 40 camps in Indonesia's West Timor to return to their homeland to vote in the upcoming East Timor election but if they decline the government will push them to take Indonesian citizenship.

BEA/PB
INDONESIA TIMOR
RTRH360
April 18, 2001
East Timorese refugees listen to an Indonesian official announce upcoming elections in East Timor at...
Soe, Indonesia - Republic of
EAST TIMOR REFUGEES LISTEN TO INDONESIAN IN SOE.
East Timorese refugees listen to an Indonesian official announce upcoming elections in East Timor at a refugee camp in Soe, West Timor on April 18, 2001. Indonesia is allowing the estimated 105,000 refugees in 40 camps in West Timor to return to their homeland to vote in the election but if they decline the government will push them to take Indonesian citizenship.

BEA/PB
CRIME INDONESIA GUTERRES
RTRFYZN
March 22, 2001
Notorious East Timorese miltia leader Eurico Guterres sits in a Jakarta courtroom March 22, 2001. Indonesian...
Jakarta, Indonesia - Republic of
EAST TIMORESE MILITIA LEADER EURICO GUTERRES SITS IN A JAKARTA COURTROOM.
Notorious East Timorese miltia leader Eurico Guterres sits in a Jakarta courtroom March 22, 2001. Indonesian prosecuters on Thursday asked the court to jail Guterres to 12 months in prison for inciting violence in West Timor last year, well below the maximum sentence of five years.

DW/DL
INDONESIA
RTRDDBT
January 23, 2001
Three of six East Timorese suspects, Joao Alves da Cruz (R), Jose Fransisco (C) and Julius Naisama (L),...
Jakarta, Indonesia - Republic of
THREE EAST TIMORESE SUSPECTS SIT IN A NORTH JAKARTA COUTROOM.
Three of six East Timorese suspects, Joao Alves da Cruz (R), Jose Fransisco (C) and Julius Naisama (L), sit in North Jakarta's coutroom January 23, 2001, charged with the murders of three foreign U.N. aid workers in Indonesia West Timor last September. The six East Timorese who consider themselves Indonesian have been charged over a September rampage in which the three aid workers were stabbed to death and their bodies dragged into a street and burned.

EN/CP/JIR
INDONESIA TIMOR
RTRD04T
January 16, 2001
Indonesian President Abdurrahman Wahid greets U.N. general assembly president Harri Holkeri (R) as Indonesian...
Jakarta, Indonesia - Republic of
INDONESIA'S PRESIDENT WAHID MEETS WITH U.N. GENERAL ASSEMBLY PRESIDENT HOLKERI IN JAKARTA.
Indonesian President Abdurrahman Wahid greets U.N. general assembly president Harri Holkeri (R) as Indonesian Foreign Minister Alwi Shihab (L) looks on at the presidential palace in Jakarta January 16, 2001. Indonesia on Tuesday urged the United Nations to resume work in West Timor to help repatriate thousands of East Timorese refugees in camps and insisted U.N. staff were safe from armed militias.

DW/DL
INDONESIA TIMOR UN
RTRCT9S
January 11, 2001
EAST TIMORESE SUSPECTS IN THE MURDER OF THREE FOREIGN U.N. AID WORKERS ARRIVE IN NORTH JAKARTA COURT...
Jakarta, Indonesia - Republic of
EAST TIMORESE SUSPECTS IN THE MURDER OF THREE FOREIGN U.N. AID WORKERS ARRIVE IN NORTH JAKARTA ...
EAST TIMORESE SUSPECTS IN THE MURDER OF THREE FOREIGN U.N. AID WORKERS ARRIVE IN NORTH JAKARTA COURT COMPOUND.


Julius Naisama (R) and four other East Timorese murder suspects arrive at the north Jakarta court compound January 11, 2001 to attend their trial for the murder of three foreign U.N. aid workers in Indonesian West Timor last September. Six East Timorese, who consider themselves Indonesian, have been charged over a September 6 rampage in which the three aid workers were stabbed to death and their bodies dragged into a street and burned.
INDONESIA TIMOR UN
RTRCT6C
January 11, 2001
EAST TIMORESE SUSPECT OVER THE MURDER OF THREE FOREIGN U.N. AID WORKERS ARRIVE IN NORTH JAKARTA COURT...
Jakarta, Indonesia - Republic of
EAST TIMORESE SUSPECT OVER THE MURDER OF THREE FOREIGN U.N. AID WORKERS ARRIVE IN NORTH JAKARTA ...
EAST TIMORESE SUSPECT OVER THE MURDER OF THREE FOREIGN U.N. AID WORKERS ARRIVE IN NORTH JAKARTA COURT COMPOUND.


Three of six East Timorese suspects - Julius Naisama (L), Jose Francisco (C) and Joao Alvez da Cruz - sit in a north Jakarta courtroom January 11, 2001, as they stand trial for the murders of three foreign U.N. aid workers in Indonesian West Timor last September. The six East Timorese, who consider themselves Indonesian, have been charged over a September 6 rampage in which the three aid workers were stabbed to death and their bodies dragged into a street and burned.
GUTERRES
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January 09, 2001
East Timorese pro-Indonesian militia leader Eurico Guterres waves as he sits in a Jakarta courtroom January...
Jakarta, Indonesia
East Timorese pro-Indonesian militia leader Eurico Guterres waves as he sits in a Jakarta courtroom .....
East Timorese pro-Indonesian militia leader Eurico Guterres waves as he sits in a Jakarta courtroom January 9, 2001. Guterres, on trial for violence in Indonesian West Timor, is also being investigated over separate bloodshed carried out by the militias in East Timor before the territory voted to break from Jakarta's rule in August 1999.
GUTERRES
RTXK847
January 09, 2001
East Timorese pro-Indonesian militia leader Eurico Guterres raises his fists as his supporters carry...
Jakarta, Indonesia
East Timorese pro-Indonesian militia leader Eurico Guterres raises his fists as his supporters carry.....
East Timorese pro-Indonesian militia leader Eurico Guterres raises his fists as his supporters carry him out of a Jakarta court after his trial was adjourned January 9, 2001. Guterres, on trial for violence in Indonesian West Timor, is also being investigated over separate bloodshed carried out by the militias in East Timor before the territory voted to break from Jakarta's rule in August 1999.
CRIME INDONESIA TIMOR
RTRCPMU
January 09, 2001
East Timorese pro-Indonesian militia leader Eurico Guterres raises his fists as his supporters carry...
Jakarta, Indonesia - Republic of
EAST TIMOR MILITIA LEADER EURICO GUTERRES LEAVES A JAKARTA COURT.
East Timorese pro-Indonesian militia leader Eurico Guterres raises his fists as his supporters carry him out of a Jakarta court after his trial was adjourned January 9, 2001. Guterres, on trial for violence in Indonesian West Timor, is also being investigated over separate bloodshed carried out by the militias in East Timor before the territory voted to break from Jakarta's rule in August 1999.

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CRIME INDONESIA TIMOR
RTRCPMC
January 09, 2001
East Timorese pro-Indonesian militia leader Eurico Guterres waves as he sits in a Jakarta courtroom January...
Jakarta, Indonesia - Republic of
EAST TIMOR MILITIA LEADER EURICO GUTERRES SITS IN A JAKARTA COURT.
East Timorese pro-Indonesian militia leader Eurico Guterres waves as he sits in a Jakarta courtroom January 9, 2001. Guterres, on trial for violence in Indonesian West Timor, is also being investigated over separate bloodshed carried out by the militias in East Timor before the territory voted to break from Jakarta's rule in August 1999.

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INDONESIA TIMOR
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January 02, 2001
Supporters of East Timorese militia leader Eurico Guterres are checked for weapons before entering a...
Jakarta, Indonesia - Republic of
SUPPORTERS OF EAST TIMORESE MILITIA LEADER EURICO GUTERRES ENTER A JAKARTA COURTROOM.
Supporters of East Timorese militia leader Eurico Guterres are checked for weapons before entering a Jakarta courtroom January 2, 2001. The 27-year old Guterres, who heads the feared Aitarak militia, was accused today of inciting a rampage in September which forced two United Nations workers to flee West Timor. Guterres is also being investigated over the bloodshed before and after East Timor's vote for independence from Indonesia.

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INDONESIA
RTRBYUA
December 11, 2000
An Australian soldier serving with the United Nations in East Timor stamps the hand of a young East Timorese...
Motaain, Indonesia - Republic of
EAST TIMORESE REFUGEES CROSS THE BORDER FROM WEST TIMOR AT MOTAAIN.
An Australian soldier serving with the United Nations in East Timor stamps the hand of a young East Timorese refugee at the Motaain border checkpoint with Indonesian West Timor December 11, 2000. More than 120,000 East Timorese have been stuck in refugee camps on the border, herded there over a year ago by pro-Jakarta militia who, with the backing of Indonesian troops, went on a campaign of destruction after the tiny territory voted to end 23 years of brutal Indonesian rule.

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INDONESIA TIMOR
RTR15KSD
November 17, 2000
The leader of a United Nations Security Council mission Namibian ambassador Martin Andjaba (L) speaks...
Jakarta, Indonesia - Republic of
UN MISSION HEAD MARTIN ANDJABA AND INDONESIAN FOREIGN MINISTER ALWI SHIHAB IN JAKARTA.
The leader of a United Nations Security Council mission Namibian ambassador Martin Andjaba (L) speaks as Indonesian Foreign Minister Alwi (R) looks on during a news conference at the foreign ministry in Jakarta, November 17, 2000. A U.N. Security Council delegation visited Timor and Indonesia after pro-Jakarta militias butchered three United Nations workers in September in West Timor. The mission said it was vital that Indonesia rein in the militias and restore security so aid workers could return to help Timorese refugees go home.

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INDONESIA UN
RTRAUTP
November 16, 2000
NAMIBIAN AMBASSADOR TO THE UN SECURITY COUNCIL MARTIN ANDJABA SHAKES HAND WITH INDONESIA'S CHIEF POLITIC...
Jakarta, Indonesia - Republic of
NAMIBIAN AMBASSADOR TO THE UN SECURITY COUNCIL MARTIN ANDJABA SHAKES HAND WITH INDONESIA'S CHIEF ...
NAMIBIAN AMBASSADOR TO THE UN SECURITY COUNCIL MARTIN ANDJABA SHAKES HAND WITH INDONESIA'S CHIEF POLITIC AND SECURITY MINISTER SUSILO BAMBANG YUDHOYONO IN JAKARTA.


Namibian Ambassador to the U.N. Security Council Martin Andjaba (R) shakes hand with Indonesia's Chief politics and security minister Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono (L) after meeting in Jakarta on November 16,2000. Andjaba is leading a 21-strong UN Security Council team to Jakarta after visiting both Indonesian WestTimor and UN administered East Timor in an attempt to pave the way for the United Nations High Commision for Refugees (UNHCR) and other aid agencies returning to West Timor.
INDONESIA UN
RTRAUM4
November 16, 2000
INDONESIAN VICE PRESIDENT MEGAWATI GREETS NAMIBIAN AMBASSADOR TO THE U.N. SECURITY COUNCIL MARTIN ANDJABA...
Jakarta, Indonesia - Republic of
INDONESIAN VICE PRESIDENT MEGAWATI GREETS NAMIBIAN AMBASSADOR TO THE U.N. SECURITY COUNCIL MARTIN ......
INDONESIAN VICE PRESIDENT MEGAWATI GREETS NAMIBIAN AMBASSADOR TO THE U.N. SECURITY COUNCIL MARTIN ANDJABA IN JAKARTA.


Namibian Ambassador to the U.N. Security Council Martin Andjaba (R) is greeted by Indonesian Vice President Megawati Sukarnoputri at the vice presidential palace in Jakarta November 16, 2000. Andjaba is leading a 21-strong UN Security Council team to Jakarta after visiting both Indonesian West Timor and UN administered East Timor in an attempt to pave the way for the United Nations High Commision for Refugees (UNHCR) and other aid agencies returning to West Timor.
INDONESIA
RTR95TH
October 06, 2000
Indonesian notorious pro-Jakarta militia leader Eurico Guterres reacts during a news conference at a...
Jakarta, Indonesia - Republic of
ERICO GUTERRES REACTS DURING A NEWS CONFERENCE IN JAKARTA.
Indonesian notorious pro-Jakarta militia leader Eurico Guterres reacts during a news conference at a police headquarters in Jakarta October 6, 2000. Guterres was arrested on Wednesday for suspected involvement in the sacking of a United Nations office in West Timor last month.

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INDONESIA
RTR95SX
October 06, 2000
Indonesian notorious pro-Jakarta militia leader Eurico Guterres waves as he arrives for a news conference...
Jakarta, Indonesia - Republic of
ERICO GUTERRES WAVES AS HE ARRIVES FOR A PRESS CONFERENCE IN JAKARTA.
Indonesian notorious pro-Jakarta militia leader Eurico Guterres waves as he arrives for a news conference at a police headquarters in Jakarta October 6, 2000. Guterres was arrested on Wednesday for suspected involvement in the sacking of a United Nations office in West Timor last month.

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INDONESIA TIMOR
RTR15K76
October 01, 2000
East Timorese women queue to get water at the refugee camps outside the Kupang city, West Timor October...
Kupang, Indonesia - Republic of
EAST TIMORESE WOMEN QUEUE TO GET WATER AT REFUGEE CAMPS OUTSIDE KUPANG.
East Timorese women queue to get water at the refugee camps outside the Kupang city, West Timor October 1, 2000. More than 1,000 soldiers and police headed to East Timorese refugee camps in Indonesian West Timor to search for illegal weapons. Jakarta is under fierce international pressure to disarm and disband the militias, who slaughtered three foreign U.N. aid workers and several local residents in West Timor border town of Atambua three weeks ago.

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INDONESIA TIMOR
RTR8W7T
October 01, 2000
An East Timorese young girl refugee carries containers for fetching drinking water at the refugee camps...
Kupang, Indonesia - Republic of
AN EAST TIMORESE YOUNG GIRL CARRIES CONTAINERS AT THE REFUGEE CAMPS OUTSIDE KUPANG.
An East Timorese young girl refugee carries containers for fetching drinking water at the refugee camps outside Kupang city, West Timor October 1, 2000. More than 1,000 soldiers and police headed to East Timorese refugee camps in Indonesian West Timor to search for illegal weapons. Jakarta is under fierce international pressure to disarm and disband the militias, who slaughtered three foreign U.N. aid workers and several local residents in West Timor border town of Atambua three weeks ago.

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INDONESIA TIMOR
RTR8W66
October 01, 2000
An East Timorese young boy refugee takes a shower in the refugee camps outside the Kupang city, West...
Kupang, Indonesia - Republic of
AN EAST TIMORESE YOUNG BOY TAKES A SHOWER AT THE REFUGEE CAMPS OUTSIDE KUPANG.
An East Timorese young boy refugee takes a shower in the refugee camps outside the Kupang city, West Timor October 1, 2000. More than 1,000 soldiers and police headed to East Timorese refugee camps in Indonesian West Timor to search for illegal weapons. Jakarta is under fierce international pressure to disarm and disband the militias, who slaughtered three foreign U.N. aid workers and several local residents in West Timor border town of Atambua three weeks ago.

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INDONESIA TIMOR ARREST
RTR91NH
September 30, 2000
Notorious pro-Jakarta Timorese militia leader Eurico Guterres hands over in his weapon at the police...
Kupang, Indonesia - Republic of
FILE PHOTO OF NOTORIOUS PRO-JAKARTA TIMORESE MILITIA LEADER EURICO GUTERRES HOLDS HIS PISTOL.
Notorious pro-Jakarta Timorese militia leader Eurico Guterres hands over in his weapon at the police headquarters in Kupang, West Timors as seen in this September 30, 2000 file photo. Indonesian police have arrested Guterres over weapoms offences, national police chief General Suroyo Bimantoro said on Wednesday.

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INDONESIA TIMOR
RTR8W5L
September 30, 2000
Notorious militia leader Eurico Guterres (C) speaks to journalists at the police headquarters in the...
Kupang, Indonesia - Republic of
FILE PHOTO OF NOTORIOUS MILITIA LEADER EURICO GUTERRES IN KUPANG.
Notorious militia leader Eurico Guterres (C) speaks to journalists at the police headquarters in the city of Kupang, West Timor in this September 30, 2000 file photo. Guterres, whom Jakarta hopes to arrest over suspected links to violence which led to the murder of three U.N. workers, on Saturday offered to surrender.

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INDONESIA TIMOR
RTR8W5F
September 30, 2000
Notorious militia leader Eurico Guterres (L) checks his handgun before surrendering it to the police...
Kupang, Indonesia - Republic of
FILE PHOTO OF NOTORIOUS MILITIA LEADER EURICO GUTERRES IN KUPANG.
Notorious militia leader Eurico Guterres (L) checks his handgun before surrendering it to the police at the police headquarters in the city of Kupang, West Timor in this September 30, 2000 file photo. Guterres, whom Jakarta hopes to arrest over suspected links to violence which led to the murder of three U.N. workers, on Saturday offered to surrender.

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