East Timor: On the struggle of the diaspora

“The East Timor sons in other countries have fully contributed to the visibility of the atrocities that were happening in the country to our brothers. It was another kind of struggle, a much less terrible one, different of the fight of those who stayed, but it was still a fight for East Timor”, says Ana Loro Metan [pt] asking people not to fight against each other on blog comments.

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