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East Timor: The dirtiest city

East Timor's President Jose Ramos-Horta labelled his capital the dirtiest city in the world. “Ramos-Horta forgets that it is Díli's admistration's job to look after the city's cleaning and that he has also forgotten that he has not done anything about it when he was the primer minister?”, asks the blogger.

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