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I’m willing to shoot Australian troops, Timor rebel leader Reinado warns

June 22, 2018
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East Timorese rebel leader Alfredo Reinado vows not to give himselfup and says he is willing to shoot at Australian troops. – (The Age — 7 September, 2006)
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East Timorese rebel leader Alfredo Reinado has spoken for the first time since his escape from jail last week saying he will never give himself up Major Reinado made the comments in an interview (ABC News — 6 September, 2006)
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The commander of Australia’s troops in East Timor, Brigadier MickSlater, has assured runaway rebel Major Alfredo Reinado that theAustralian army will guarantee his safety if he surrenders. – (The Age — 5 September, 2006)
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AUSTRALIA must keep a strong force of troops in East Timor for atleast another year, the Foreign Minister, Alexander Downer, haswarned. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 5 September, 2006)
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A non-government organisation in East Timor claims former rebel leader Alfredo Reinado was subject to repeated death threats in jail Reinado is one of 57 prisoners who escaped last Wednesday from D (ABC News — 6 September, 2006)
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Australia is likely to face pressure not to weaken its peacekeepingcommitment to East Timor when top level talks begin in Dili today. – (The Age — 4 September, 2006)
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East Timorese rebel leader Alfredo Reinado has obtained weaponssince leading a mass escape from Dili’s main jail last week. – (The Age — 6 September, 2006)
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Australia has raised its concerns about the ongoing security threats in East Timor during trilateral talks today in Dili Foreign Minister Alexander Downer held talks with East Timors Prime Ministe (ABC News — 4 September, 2006)
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Indonesia says that order had effectively been restored in East Timor even as Australia indicated more troops would be needed to keep the peace in the tiny country than the UN envisaged East Timor (ABC News — 5 September, 2006)
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Australia’s foreign minister says a UN peacekeeping force in East Timor will need more soldiers to back it up. (BBC News — 5 September, 2006)
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