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June 14, 2018
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East Timor’s President Xanana Gusmao yesterday opened a new phasein his battle to oust Prime Minister Mari Alkatiri. – (The Age — 19 June, 2006)
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NEW details have emerged about an East Timorese Government minister’s efforts to turn police into a private army for the ruling Fretilin party and arm civilian hit squads to cow voters and rivals before next year’s elections. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 19 June, 2006)
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Some semblance of order is being restored in East Timor, butthousands will continue to huddle in refugee camps while heavy-dutyweaponry remains unaccounted for. – (The Age — 19 June, 2006)
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EAST Timor’s political crisis was moving to a head last night withprosecutors yesterday ordering the arrest of the dismissed interiorminister, and the President asking the Prime Minister to resign. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 21 June, 2006)
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CLANGING gongs and beating drums were background noise to testimonyby leaders of an alleged political hit squad that might bring downEast Timor’s embattled Prime Minister, Mari Alkatiri. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 20 June, 2006)
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Fresh evidence has surfaced implicating East Timors Prime Minister Mari Alkatiri in the arming of secret civilian militias An Interior Ministry memo obtained by the ABCs Four Corners matches the (ABC News — 20 June, 2006)
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East Timor’s President Xanana Gusmao has formally requested thatPrime Minister Mari Alkatiri resign, ABC radio reported. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 16 hours ago)
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An outburst of road rage may be the least of the crimes ascribed toEast Timor’s former interior minister Rogerio Lobato. – (The Age — 18 June, 2006)
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