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Keta Haluha · October, 2009

A blogger living on again and off again in Dili, Timor-Leste. Interests: the border regions, uniforms, current affairs, history, corruption, and bananas.

Don't forget that “Keta Haluha” means “Don't forget” in Tetun.

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Latest posts by Keta Haluha from October, 2009

Indonesia, East Timor: Border Dispute Heats Up

On 4 October 2009 the Timorese online media TimorOhin [Tet.] [TimorToday], reported that an old border dispute between Indonesia and East Timor has flared up once again in the Oecusse...

Cova Lima, East Timor: Political conflict can lead to consitutional crisis

The isolated district of Cova Lima, Timor-Leste has produced two major stories last month. While one is headline news in the English and Tetun speaking press, the other has received...

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