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· March, 2007

Stories about Timor-Leste from March, 2007

East Timor: Electioneering in East Timor

Dili-gence describes the campaigning for the upcoming presidential elections in East Timor.

East Timor: Want a Native First Lady

Republika Banana wants Francisco Guterres “Lu Olo” to win the upcoming presidential elections in East Timor as the blogger wants a native first lady. The other candidates either have foreign...

East Timor: Trouble Alerts

Xanana Republic Gazette gives us a glimpse into how the “trouble” alerts are sent out in East Timor.

East Timor: Should One Travel to East Timor

Dili-gence has a post on the current travel situation in Dili, the capital of East Timor. Australia and some other countries had issued travel warning to East Timor and some...

East Timor: Blogger Counters Newspaper Article on East Timor

An Australian Age story on East Timor argues that East Timor was better off under Indonesian rule. Living Timorously counters the points made by the newspaper. East Timor was a...

East Timor: Airshow in East Timor

Diligence is impressed by the military chopper maneuvers in East Timor. “I asked some Timorese if they knew of any trouble spot (they usually know) but no-one knew. I am...

East Timor: Chinese Interest

Trevor Loudon in New Zealand is concerned about the growing Chinese interest in East Timor.

Violence Returns to East Timor

Violence broke out yet again in East Timor as international security forces tried to capture rebel leader Alfredo Reinado. Reinado, the former leader of military police was implicated in the...

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