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Democracy Now!: President Gerald Ford Dies at 93; Supported Indonesian Invasion of East Timor that Killed 1/3 of Population
Joe Nevins: A Single Standard for Gerald Ford and Saddam Hussein
Ford, Kissinger & 1975 page

ETAN: Groups Urge Bush Not to Offer Military Assistance to Indonesian President on Visit (November 18)
Bush's Big Indonesian Photo-Op by Ben Terrall and John M. Miller (November 27)

ETAN: On 15th Anniversary of Timor Massacre Rights Network Calls for Justice; ETAN Urges Administration, New Congress to Support International Tribunal (November 12)

Joyo/Pantau: Murder At Mile 63: Part One of a Report on the Timika Killings (November 10)

U.S. Reps urge fully-integrated Timor mission (October 24)

Commission of Inquiry Report Can Help Timor-Leste Overcome Divisions, But Context of Recent Violence Needs Attention (October 17)

ETAN Reaffirms and Strengthens Work to Support Timor-Leste (September)

Int'l Federation for East Timor Urges Fully Integrated UN Mission Calls for Australian troops to forego separate command (August 25)Statement of Civil Society Supporting a UN-led security presence in Timor-Leste (August 22)

TAPOL, ETAN Call UN Proposals on Justice for Timor-Leste “Inadequate” (August 7)

Joint Letter to UN Secretary-General on Justice (July 21)
U.S. Representatives Call on Secretary of State Rice to Support Robust UN Mission to East Timor (July 18)

Listen to ETAN's Forum on the crisis in East Timor (June 29)
LH Suggestions for the Next United Nations Mission in Timor-Leste (June 22)

Secretary of Defense Must Not Undermine Reform, Rights on Visit to Jakarta (June 6)

Statement by the East Timor and Indonesia Action Network (ETAN) on the Current Violence in Timor-Leste (May 27)
Listen to ETAN's Charles Scheiner, recently returned from East Timor, on WNYC's Leonard Lopate Show; Democracy Now!; WBEZ's Worldview; WNUR's This Is Hell

ETAN Calls for Restrictions on Military Assistance to Indonesia to Promote Reform and Accountability; House Committee Would Turn a Blind Eye to Rights Violations, Impunity (May 25)

Groups Urge Congress to Restrict Assistance to Indonesian Military in Legislative Mark-up (May18)

Groups Urge Australia to Adopt Humane Refugee Policies Toward Papuans; Oppose Proposed Changes to Migration Law (May 11)

ETAN Statement on Recent Events in Timor-Leste; Country Fragile, International Assistance, Justice Still Needed (May 9)

Key Senators Criticize Waiver Allowing U.S. Weapons Exports to Indonesia; Cite Administration's Lack of Strategy to Encourage Accountability and Reform (May 3)

Jubilee USA and ETAN Challenge Wolfowitz to Address Roots of Corruption by Canceling Indonesia's Suharto-Era Debt (April 11)
U.S. Should Not Cozy Up to Kopassus; Notorious Military Unit Commander Participates in Hawaii Pentagon Conference (April 6)

ETAN Denounces Plans to Sell Lethal Equipment to Indonesian Military Expresses Alarm at Expanding Engagement (March 29)
Rights Groups Write UN Secretary-General on Justice for East Timor (March 24)
Solidarity message on KONTRAS 8th anniversary (March)

March 16 Protest at Indonesian Embassy in Washington (March 16)
As Secretary of State Visits Jakarta, Rights Group Urges U.S. Policy on Indonesia Promoting Justice and Rights, Not Military Might (March 13)

ETAN, Other Groups Write State Department on Indonesia Military Aid  (March 8)
ETAN activist Luis Kemnitzer, Dead at 77 (March 2)

ETAN Rejects Added Aid for Indonesian Military; Responds to Bush Administration’s Waiver Justification (February 27)

Indonesia Must Confront Its Past, Accept Responsibility and Deliver Justice for Timor Atrocities; ETAN Posts Entire Timor Truth Commission Report on Website (February 16)
ETAN Urges Veto of Timor- Leste Defamation Law (February 6)

ETAN Calls for Broad International Discussion of Timor Truth Commission Report; CAVR Report's Recommendations (January 20)
Letter to Australia on Papuan Asylum Seekers (January 20)
Timor-Leste National Alliance for an International Tribunal Letter to UN Secretary-General (January 19)
ETAN Statement on Timor-Leste/Australia Maritime Arrangement (also in Bahasa Indonesia) (January 15)
ETAN Urges Secretary of State to Promote Justice and Rights, Not Military Might, During Upcoming Trip to Indonesia [Please note Secretary Rice has postponed her trip.] (January 6)


On 30th Anniversary of Indonesian Invasion of East Timor, ETAN Calls for Justice, Understanding of U.S. Role  (December 7)

ETAN Calls for Release of East Timor Truth Commission Report Urges Full Discussion of Its Findings & Recommendations (December 1)
East Timor Bishop Ricardo to UN Secretary-General on Justice (December 5)

ETAN Condemns Administration Waiver Permitting Weapons Sales to Indonesia (November 22)

Human Rights First: U.S. Congress Calls for Justice for Slain Indonesian Human Rights Hero; Human rights group says investigation and prosecution falls short (9 November)
U.S. Congress Upholds Pressure for Human Rights for Indonesia, Timor; Law Will Restrict Military Assistance for Indonesia (3 November)
Ed McWilliams: Response to Efforts to Deny Crimes Against Humanity in West Papua (November)

Dissident Voice: The Mass Killings in Indonesia After 40 Years by John Roosa and Joseph Nevins (October 30)
La'o Hamutuk Protests AUSAID Denial of Funds to Timorese NGO (6 October)

U.S. Groups Call on Congress to Maintain Restrictions on Military Aid to Indonesia; Urge Conference Committee to Adopt Senate Provisions of Foreign Aid Bill (September 22)
U.S. Catholic Bishops on Military Aid to Indonesia (September 20)
Members of Congress Urge President Yudhoyono of Indonesia to Open up Access to West Papua; Ongoing Human Rights Abuses Condemned (September 16)

ETAN, other NGOs Write Security Council and Secretary-General on Commission of Experts & Timor Justice (August 22)
Members of Congress Urge President Bush Not to Normalize Military Ties with Indonesia; Rewarding “Half-Steps” to Reform Undeserved (August 18)

ETAN Praises U.S. Senate for Upholding Commitment to Human Rights for Indonesia, Timor; Bill Would Maintain Restrictions on Indonesian Military Assistance (July 20)
Protest Urges Fair Deal for East Timor: Colorful Demonstration Planned at Invite-Only Dinner for Australia's Prime Minister Howard (July 19)
U.S. Congress Calls for International Commitment to Justice for East Timor; Urges Indonesia, Timor to Endorse Recommendations of UN Experts’ Commission (July 18)
Int'l NGOs write SG on Commission of Experts report (July 11)
ET NGO Declaration: "Justice Must be Given to the Victims of Serious Crimes" (July)
E Timor National Alliance for an International Tribunal: Happy Independence Day to USA  (July 4)

In Memoriam: Nathan Osborn 1957-2005 

ETAN Accuses House of Representatives of Selling Out Rights, Reform; Bill Would Lift Restrictions on Military Assistance to Indonesia (June 29)
ETAN Supports UN Commission’s Call for International Involvement in Justice for East Timor; Executive Summary of COE Report (June 28)
Seattle High Schoolers Help E Timor School (June)
The Question of U.S. Military Assistance for Indonesia (June)

More Than 50 Groups Urge Bush Not to Offer Military Assistance to Indonesian President (May 24)
Reported Australia/Timor-Leste Oil Deal "Cheats" East Timorese, Says ETAN (May 17)
Announcing the East Timor and Indonesia Action Network: ETAN Changes Name and Mission Statement; Group’s Current Work and Goals More in Focus (May)

Greetings on the Formation of Asia Pacific Solidarity Coalition (APSOC) (April 28)
Greetings to Fifth International Solidarity Meeting on West Papua (April 28)
On Anniversary of East Timor Church Massacre UN Must Take Responsibility for Justice (April 6)
Groups Urge Indonesian Cooperation with UN Commission of Experts (April 5)

Background on Paul Wolfowitz, Indonesia and East Timor (March)
Truth Known, East Timorese Need Justice; Accountability for Rights Crimes Remains an International Responsibility (March 9)
Congress Urges Expeditious Talks on Permanent Maritime Boundary for East Timor; Calls on Australia to Create Trust Fund for Disputed Revenue (March 4)

ETAN Condemns Restoration of IMET for Indonesia; Calls State Department's Certification Fraudulent and a Setback for Justice, Human Rights and Reform (February 27)
New Facts Link Indonesian Military to "Terror Attack" on U.S. Citizens; Rice May Release IMET to Indonesia Before Investigation Concludes (February 17)

ETAN: Tsunami Must Not Sweep Away Restrictions on Indonesian Military (January 13)
Dozens of Faith-Based, Development, Advocacy Groups Call on United States to Tackle Debt Crisis for Tsunami-Affected Nations (January 10)
NGO Letter to Secretary of State Powell on Aceh Crisis (January 4)


ETAN/NI/ILRF: U.S. Groups Urge Indonesia to Put People over Politics; Humanitarian Catastrophe Adds to Human-Created Destruction in Aceh (December 30)

Indonesian NGOs on Joint Truth Commission (December 27)
ET NGOs Response to the Indonesian and East Timor governments to establish a Truth and Friendship Commission (December 21)
IFET Writes UN Secretary General on Justice, Truth and Commission of Experts (December 21)
U.S. NGOs Write Indonesian President on Murder of Rights Activist Munir (December 3)

U.S. Congress Maintains Restrictions on Military Assistance for Indonesia (November 21)
East Timor NGOs Urge U.S. Congress to End Assistance to Indonesian Military & to Work for Justice & International Tribunal (November 11)

ETAN Urges New Indonesian President to Pursue Justice for Victims of East Timor’s Occupation (October 19)
Members of Congress Oppose U.S. Assistance to Unreformed, "Corrupt" Indonesian Military (October 12)
Senator Feingold on justice for East Timor (October 7)

ET NGO statement on ET-Australia boundary talks (September 29)
Submission to the TSO and TSDA regarding the Proposed Petroleum Regime (September)

U.S. Senate Continues Restrictions on Military and IMET Assistance for Indonesia (September 24)
“Military Has Already Won” Indonesian Election, Says ETAN, Neither Candidate Likely to Limit Military (Sept. 18)
TL Nat'l Alliance for Int'l Tribunal Letter to Secretary General (September 17)
U.S. Groups Oppose U.S. Military Assistance to Indonesia, Tell Secretary of State that Military Remains “Unreformed” Rights Violator (Sept. 15)

ETAN Statement on Fifth Anniversary of East Timor’s Independence Vote (August 28)
UN and U.S. Must Commit to Justice for Timor after Indonesian Court Acquits Officer (August 6)
Congress Disappointed with Secretary Rumsfeld’s Plans for U.S.-Indonesia Military Ties (August 5)

West Papua Rights Organizations Condemn Statement by U.S. Attorney General on Killing of Americans at Freeport Mine; Urge U.S. Congress To Push for a Full & Impartial Investigation (August 4)
Members of Congress Stress Concern Over East Timor-Australia Boundary Dispute During Australia Free Trade Debate (July 21)
JSMP: East Timorese civil society demand the creation of a Commission of Experts by UN (July 19)
Congress Urges UN to Actively Pursue Justice for East Timor; 78 Representatives Write UN Secretary-General (July 6)

Senators call for UN Special Rep. on Aceh/Papua (June 28)

House Subcommittee Continues Ban on Military Assistance for Indonesia; Calls for IMET, Military Sales to Remain Restricted (June 24)
RFK Memorial Center for Human Rights Questions Dept. of Justice Announcement on West Papua Ambush  (June 26)
Rights Groups Urge Secretary-General to Appoint Commission on Justice for East Timor (June 24)
ETAN Urges Visiting Australian Prime Minister to Follow Rule of Law in Talks with East Timor (June 3)

Rights Group Calls on East Timor Leadership to Respect Judicial Independence; Demands UN and U.S. Create International Tribunal to Try Wiranto and Others (May 28)
East Timor Action Network Urges International Support for Justice and Control of Resources on Newest Nation’s Birthday (May 20)
Australia Fails Fairness Test for East Timor; Complex Trade Agreement with U.S. Undermines Australia's Claim on Timor Boundary Talks (May 17)
UN Must Not Shortchange Justice for East Timor (May 14)

Rights Group Says Wiranto Must Stand Trial, Not Stand for Office (April 21)
East Timor Environmentalist Wins Top Global Award (April 19)
Movement Against the Occupation of the Timor Sea: Timor Sea Movement Press Release on Talks (April 19)
MKOTT: Movement Against the Occupation of the Timor Sea Launched (April 14)

Former Secretary of Defense William Cohen Misleads 9-11 Commission; U.S. Assistance to the Indonesian Military Aided Terrorism (March 25)
Memo to U.S. Delegation to UN Commission on Human Rights, 60th Session (March 03)
Congress Tells Australia to Treat East Timor Fairly; Urges Expeditious Talks on Permanent Maritime Boundary (March 9)

East Timor National Alliance for an International Tribunal: East Timorese Political Leaders Must Not Interfere with Justice (Feb 15)

Global Wake-Up Call for Australia: Stop Stealing East Timor’s Resources & Trampling on Its New Independence (Jan. 26)
E Timor Coalition (CIITT): Statement for Australia Day (Jan. 26)

Congress Reinstates Ban on Military Training for Indonesia, Defies Administration (Jan. 22)
World Bank Called Upon to Observe Labor Rights Standards in Treatment of Subcontractors Employees in East Timor (Jan. 21)

Indonesia Flexes Military Muscle in Border Dispute with East Timor; Where Is International Reaction? (Jan. 21)
ETAN Praises Placement of Indonesian War Criminals on State Department Watch List, Calls for Additional Steps to Achieve Justice (Jan. 20)
E Timor Alliance for International Tribunal: Statement to the Technical Assessment Mission from UN Headquarters, New York (Jan. 15)


ETAN: Where Is the Justice? UN, U.S. Must Break the Silence on Crimes in East Timor Since Invasion; Impunity Encourages Violations in Indonesia, Uncertainty in East Timor; E Timor Alliance for International Tribunal recalls Invasion Day (December 7)
Lao Hamutuk statement to Development Partners Conference; Statement to TL DPM from Rede Feto Timor-Leste- East Timor Women's Network  (December 3-5)

NGOs Urge Howard to Play Fair in Boundary Talks with East Timor with Australia's response (Nov 7)
ETAN: U.S. Senate Bans Military Training for Indonesia, Concerned about Lack of Progress in Prosecuting Killers of U.S. Citizens (Oct 29)
ETAN: Bush Must Set Record Straight: No Military Assistance for Indonesia (Oct 21)

ETAN Regrets Death of Sergio de Mello (August 19)
ETAN: Indonesian Court's Final East Timor Sentence "A Joke" (August 5)

Lao Hamutuk: Letter to UN on UNMISET's present and the UN's future in E Timor (July 25)
U.S. House of Representatives Reiterates "No IMET for Indonesia" (July 24)
IHRN/ETAN: Bush Administration Plans to Resume Training Indonesian Military for this Year (July 18)
IHRN/ETAN: House of Representatives Reinstates Restrictions on Military Training for Indonesia (July 15)

IHRN/ETAN Condemn Bush Administration Move to Restore Military Training for Indonesia, Urge Congress to Strongly Protest; American Survivor of Ambush and Former Foreign Service Officer Call for Continued Ban (July 14)
Nat'l Alliance: July 4 Protest in E Timor (July 4)

U.S. Congress Demonstrates Strong Support for Justice for East Timor (June 27)
IHRN/ETAN: Congress Expresses Deep Concern about Military Offensive and Human Rights Violations in Aceh Representatives Criticize Indonesia’s Use of U.S. Military Equipment (June 27)
90 groups worldwide demand military embargo on Indonesia  Media release, statement (both are in Bahasa and English) (June 23)
Powell Urged to Raise Aceh War at ASEAN Meeting (June 16)
June 9 DC demo at Washington D.C. Indonesian embassy opposes Aceh war supports Justice for ET (June 10)

People of Faith Call for International Tribunal for East Timor, Regardless of Indonesian Court Verdicts (May 26)
IHRN/ETAN: Rights Groups Praise Senators for Restricting Military Training for Indonesia (May 22)
IFET: Urges UN Security Council to Create International Tribunal for East Timor (May 20)
IHRN/ETAN: Human Rights Groups Protest Indonesia's War in Aceh Demand an End to Human Rights Abuses (May 20)
ETAN Urges Gifts of Justice and Fairness on Country’s First Birthday (May 17)

IHRN: U.S.-made weapons to be used in Indonesian military war on Aceh (May 13)
IHRN/ETAN: House International Relations Committee Expresses Strong Support for Human Rights and Conflict Resolution in Indonesia and East Timor; Criticizes Indonesian Justice Efforts; Calls for Alternatives (May 8)

UN Human Rights Commission Abandons Justice for East Timor; Pretends Sham Indonesian Trials Are Redeemable (April 25)
ETAN Praises New Indictment of Indonesian Officials for Crimes in E Timor (April 9)
IFET Urges President Xanana Gusmao to Fully Support Accountability for Past Abuses (April 1)

ETAN: Recommendations for U.S. Delegation to UN Commission on Human Rights, 59th Session (March 12)
Nat'l Alliance for International Tribunal: Letter UN High Commissioner for Human Rights
ETAN: UN Must Back Prosecution of Indonesian Officers; International Action Needed After Indonesia Snubs Extradition of Suspects to East Timor  (March 4)

Response to Inquiries on NY Times Op-ed "War for Peace?" (February 28) see also East Timor Responds to Iraq War
Organizations Worldwide Urge Indonesian Action to Reunite East Timorese Children with Their Families (February 20)
IHRN: Arrests of nonviolent activists in Aceh show Indonesian military continues to be unworthy partner in "War on Terror" (Feb. 17)
East Timorese Demonstrate Against Impending War in Iraq (February 15)
New East Timor Leaflet for U.S. Feb 15-16 Antiwar Demos (PDF)  (February 15)
UK Woman Released from Indonesian Jail after Five Months (February 10)

U.S. Rights Group Demands that Australian Government Stop Bullying East Timor  (January 26)
Senate Votes Down Restrictions on Military Training for Indonesia (January 23)
ETAN's Winter-Spring 2003 Speaking Tour Economic Justice & Human Rights For East Timor: The Debt that Must Be Paid. Human rights worker, Jose Luis Oliveira, to speak


ETAN's 2002 Annual Report

ETAN: East Timorese in Indonesia to Lose Refugee Status at New Year, International Community Must Continue Efforts on Behalf of Vulnerable Children & Adults (December 30)
The Question of U.S. Military Assistance for Indonesia
LH, et al: Report from one-day seminar on East Timor Joining the International Financial Institutions PDF
Estafeta: Indonesian Verdicts Strengthen Calls for International Tribunal (Winter 2002-2003)
Timor Commemorates Invasion Anniversary as Indonesian Court Acquits Officials  (December 7)
Joint Statement of Civil Society Organizations in Timor Lorosae: Never sacrifice people for certain political ambition (December 7)
LH: Disorder in East Timor: The International Community Must Accept Responsibility (December 6)

Support U.S. Nurse and UK Academic Detained in Aceh (November 2002)
How to Help East Timor's NGOs (November)
ETAN Calls for UN Review of Papua Act of "Free Choice" (November 13)
Remembering Senator Paul Wellstone (November)
East Timor Puts U.S. Soldiers Above the Law (November)

Questions for candidates and others on E Timor and Indonesia (October)
Indonesian Rights Activists Urge U.S. Congress To Block Military Training (October 7)

ETAN Congratulates Country on UN Membership, Calls on UN to Work for Justice for New Nation (9/26)
Fate of East Timorese Refugees in Indonesia Uncertain as Deadline Nears; Rights Group Warns International Community Not to Forget Refugees & Children (9/01)
Rights Group “Deeply Disturbed” by East Timor’s Grant of Immunity to U.S. Troops (8/27)
Imminent Indonesian Verdicts Cannot Deliver Justice for East Timor; International Tribunal Covering Entire Occupation Only Option (8/14)

Submission to Australian Parliament's Joint Standing Committee on Treaties Inquiry into the Timor Sea Treaty (May 2002) and the Exchange of Notes between East Timor and Australia (Timor Sea) (May 2002) (7/29)
Groups Urge Congress to Continue Restrictions on U.S. Military Assistance to Indonesia (7/26)
Leahy Conditions on Restrictions of Military Assistance for Indonesia Have Not Been Met (7/26)
ETAN to Powell on his visit to Indonesia (7/25)
Statement by the East Timor Action Network on Restoration of IMET Military Training by Senate Appropriations Committee (7/19)
East Timor Action Network Criticizes U.S. Stance on International Court; Urges Bush Administration Not to Hold International Peacekeeping Hostage to Efforts to Undermine Criminal Court (7/12)

IFET: Role of International Solidarity after Independence (5/22)
U.S. House of Representatives Congratulates East Timor: Endorses Continued Restrictions on U.S.-Indonesia Military Ties, Expresses Concern about Lack of Justice (5/21)
ETAN Congratulates the People of East Timor on Independence (5/20)
U.S. Supporters of East Timor Celebrate Independence Nationwide: Watershed Victory Marked, Work Ahead Noted (5/20)
Yayasan Hak: Independence Day: Cause for Celebration or Damnation of 24 years of International Complicity in the Illegal Occupation of East Timor (5/18)
Clinton Heads to East Timor for Independence Day ETAN Urges History Not Be Forgotten (5/16)
Senators Write to Rumsfeld, Powell on U.S.-Indonesian Military Ties (5/14)
Women Worldwide Call For an International Tribunal For East Timor: Officials, Scholars And Activists Say Justice For Crimes Against Timorese Women Needed Now (5/13)
NGOs Write to Sec'y of State. Powell and Sec'y of Defense Rumsfeld on Military Ties to Indonesia (5/7)
ETAN Backgrounder for East Timor's May 20 Independence Day, also in PDF (5/6)
Members of Congress Write Powell on Aid to East Timor (5/2)

FY2002 Supplemental Request Sets U.S. on Wrong Path, Say Forty-Eight National Organizations (including ETAN) (4/29)
U.S. NGOs to Powell on Debt-free East Timor (4/22)
UN Human Rights Commission Abandons Justice for East Timor; ETAN Calls Statement a Rotten Present for Millennium's First New Country (4/22)
IFET: 2002 Presidential Election Observer: Project Report and Recommendations  (4/16)
Activists Welcome Ratification Of International Criminal Court, But Say East Timor Needs Own Tribunal (04/11)

ETAN to Bush: "Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is", Calls for a Debt-Free East Timor (3/21)
ETAN helps form Kissinger Watch (ongoing from March)
10 Reasons Why Indonesian Courts Will Not Bring Justice to E Timor (3/14)
La'o Hamutuk: Can the Rule of Law Prevail? Will Pressure from UNHQ Force East Timor to Forgo Needed Tax Revenue. Bahasa release (3/12)

ETAN's UN Press Conference with Filomena Barros dos Reis (2/26)
Justice for East Timor Will Not Come from Indonesia Indictments (2/26)
Attorneys and Legal Scholars Call for International Tribunal (2/02)

Final Text of Constitution 
PDF files:
Official Portuguese; English translation; Bahasa Indonesian; Tetun

Text as passed Feb. 2002:  Portuguese (PDF, MSWord, Official English translation: PDFMSWord. Official Bahasa Indonesian translation: PDF, MSWord. Tetum translation: PDF, MSWord  

Original draft: English, Portuguese

Newly Appointed Indonesian Judges Will Not Provide Long-Delayed Justice for East Timor (1/15)
Democracy Now! and Amy Goodman Restored to Pacifica (1/15/)
Congressmembers Write ET Constituent Assembly on Constitution (1/10)

Indonesia's Generals on Trial 
in U.S. Courts

Signed by General Johny Lumintang, a telegram ordering Indonesian commanders to plan a crackdown on East Timorese was entered into evidence in the U.S. lawsuit. The court issued a $66 million judgment against the general.  


Peace-keepers as Nation-builders:  Dilemmas of the UN in East Timor (International Peacekeeping. Vol. 8, no 4, 2001)
ETAN/IHRN: Congress Bolsters Ban on Training for Indonesia With One Bill, While Opening a Loophole with Another (12/21)
ETAN/IHRN: Rights Groups Condemn End Run on Military Training Restrictions for Indonesia (12/20)
Message from Noam Chomsky (12/01)
ETAN's 2001 Annual Report: HTML, PDF (12/01)
Ford & Kissinger Green Light to Indonesia's 1975 Invasion; New Documents Reveal Conversations with Suharto (National Security Archive (see also ETAN Kissinger pages) (12/06/01)

Text of Draft Constitution (large PDF files) English, Portuguese (11/01)
Congressional Letters on Santa Cruz Massacre Anniversary: House; Senate (11/29/01)
Tenth Anniversary of Santa Cruz Massacre Prompts Calls for Justice for East Timor (11/12/01)
Rights Must Be Factor In Economic Assistance to Indonesia (IHRN/ETAN) (11/06/01)

East Timorese woman addresses UN Security Council; UN: Women & Peacekeeping (10/30)
NGOs Write UN on Int'l Tribunal: IFET, East Timorese NGOs, Internationals in East Timor; Japan Coalition (10/24-25/01)
Letter to UNTAET Deputy SRSG McNamara on justice issues (10/17/01)
Justice and Accountability in East Timor: Int'l Tribunals and Other Options: Report of a one-day seminar in Dili, East Timor (10/16/01)
NGOs Write UNHCR on Refugees (10/15/01)
Indonesia at the Crossroads: U.S. Weapons and Military Training (10/15/01; World Policy Institute report)
Court Issues $66 Million Judgment Against Indonesian General Lumintang for E Timor Violence (10/04/01)

ETAN/IHRN Oppose Blanket Waiver for Human Rights (09/27/01)
On Eve of Megawati Visit, Groups Urge Bush to Maintain Restrictions on Military Ties with Indonesia (9/18/01)
Statements from September 6 Press Conference (09/06/01) Op-eds by ETAN members: U.S. must not forget E Timor massacres; Tragic Anniversary For East Timor; Indonesia has yet to hold anyone accountable
Grassroots & Congressional Action Mark September 6 Anniversary of East Timor Massacres (09/04/01)
IFET: Elections in the Context of Nation-building; other election news (09/03/01)
Statements by Jose Ramos-Horta on Amy Goodman, Santa Cruz Massacre &  Democracy Now! (09/03/01)

East Timor Holds First Free Elections August 30 (08/28/01)
Open Letter to WBAI & Pacifica on E. Timor and Amy Goodman (08/17/01)
Rights Groups Say Military Relations With Indonesia Hurt, Not Help (08/09/01)

U.S. House of Representatives Reaffirms Support for Indonesian Military Reform and for East Timor (07/24/01)
East Timor Action Network Urges New Indonesian President to Show Support for East Timor (07/23/01)
ETAN and NGO's Correspond with U.S. Embassy in Indonesia Regarding Refugee Registration (07/19/01)
Small Arms and East Timor: Speech at UN Rally and Impact on Women in Militia-Controlled Camps (07/17/01)
House of Representatives Write Powell on Refugees (07/16/01)

Senators Write Powell on Refugees  (06/25/01)
Int'l NGO statement on Justice for East Timor (06/13/01)
ETAN and CIS Urge UN to Reject Sham Refugee Registration in West Timor (06/07/01)
NGOs Write Powell Urging an International Tribunal (06/06/01)
ETAN/NGO's Criticize Indonesia's Registration of E Timor Refugees (06/01/01)

Aid Worker To Give First-Hand Account of East Timor’s Refugee Crisis as Indonesian Problematic Registration Moves Ahead (05/28/01) Also: Background on Refugees.
Aid Worker To Give First-Hand Account of East Timor’s Refugee Crisis as Indonesian Problematic Registration Moves Ahead (05/27/01)
U.S. House of Representatives Supports Human Rights and Reconstruction in East Timor (05/17/01)
IHRN/ETAN: Rights Groups Oppose Joint Training with Indonesian Military (05/16/01)
East Timor Action Network Calls for Action on Refugee Crisis and International Tribunal on Anniversary of East Timor Vote Agreement (05/04/01)

ETAN Publishes Text of Suppressed UN Report on 1999 Destruction (04/25/01)
East Timor NGO Forum on Xanana’s Statement Regarding an International Tribunal (04/23/01)
NGO Forum declines to join UNTAET Constitutional Process (04/18/01)
Indonesian General on Trial in U.S. Court by John M. Miller (Timor Post, 04/03/01) 
Objectionable PKF T-shirt by La'o Hamutuk (4/01)

Indonesian General on Trial in Washington, DC. March 27-March 29. General Johny Lumintang is responsible for gross human rights violations committed in East Timor. (03/21/01)
NGO Forum writes Security Council on Rushed Constitutional Process (03/17/01)
ETAN's Memo to UN Commission on Human Rights (3/10/01)
E. Timor NGOs protest UN police predictions of election violence (3/12/01)
NGO Letter to Secretary of State Colin Powell Opposing Resumption of Military Ties (3/7/01)
ETAN's John M. Miller on the violence in Indonesia, U.S. military assistance, and justice issues in Coming Apart: Kosovo And Indonesia, Newsweek on Air, (3/4/01)
ETAN Letter on Women and Upcoming East Timor Elections (3/1/01)

Madison-Ainaro Establish Sister City Tie (2/20/01)
East Timor Still Awaits Justice One Year After UN Inquiry Called for International Tribunal (1/31/01)
ETAN/IHRN - Continue Suspension of Military Ties With Indonesia  (1/26/01)


Xanana Gusmao's New Year's Message
(Dec. 31, 2000)
Foreign Policy in Focus: East Timor by Lynn Fredriksson (Dec. 2000)
ETAN Urges U.S. to Support Int'l Criminal Court (Dec. 19, 2000)

ETAN Writes Pacifica Concerning Amy Goodman and Democracy Now! (Nov. 1, 2000) CNRT representative establishes office  in DC (Oct. 30, 2000)
U.S. Congress Reaffirms Support for East Timor in Foreign Operations Appropriations (Oct. 26, 2000)
Indonesia's Aid Donors Must Link Pledged Funds to Improvements In W Timor (October 18, 2000) (see also additional news and statements on CGI)
Fact-Finding Delegation to Aceh Urges Security, End to Abuses (October 2, 2000)

Senate Foreign Relations Committee Passes Ban on U.S. Military Ties to Indonesia (September 27, 2000)
IFET Writes World Bank Urging Postponing of CGI Meeting (September 22, 2000)
Without Reform, Jakarta's Frail Empire Will Fall by Jose Ramos-Horta (September 17, 2000)
U.S. Reinstates Suspension Of Military Assistance To Indonesia before Sec'y of Defense Cohen Visit to Indonesia (September 15, 2000)
CNRT on Recent Events in West Timor; Calls for International Tribunal, Postponement of CGI Meeting (September 13, 2000)
CNRT Leaders on West Timor Deaths (September 8, 2000)
ETAN Calls UN Deaths in West Timor Preventable (September 6, 2000)
ETAN Mourns Death of Jafar Siddiq Hamzah; Urges Justice (September 6, 2000)
On One Month Anniversary of Jafar Siddiq Hamzah's Anniversary, ETAN Calls for Stronger Government Action (September 5, 2000)
ETAN Calls Indonesian Suspect List "Inadequate and a Capitulation"; Calls International Tribunal Only Option (September 1, 2000)

IFET writes Kofi Annan Urging International Tribunal (August 30, 2000)
Pacifica Radio's Democracy Now! with Max Stahl, Allan Nairn and Constancio Pinto.
Requires RealAudio. (August 30, 2000)
APCET Statement on the Anniversary of the East Timor Independence Vote (August 30, 2000)
One Year Later, East Timor Still Needs Justice and Security (August 29, 2000) 
East Timor and Election 2000 (Aug-Sept 2002)
Indonesian Military Wins Impunity, statement by TAPOL (August 18, 2000) see also other coverage.
ALERT: Aceh Activist Jafar Siddiq Hamzah is missing (August 8, 2000)
ETAN/L.A. to Demonstrate at Gore Headquarters (August 8, 2000)

ETAN Chronology updating refugee situation since delegation's return (July 18, 2000)
UN Briefing on refugees by John Sayles, Loren Ryter and John M. Miller (July 13, 2000)
Pacifica Radio's Democracy Now! interviews Karen Orenstein and East Timorese activist Aderito Soares. Hear the RealAudio. Read the transcript. (July 10, 2000)
ETAN and IFET statements before UN Decolonization Committee. (July 5, 2000)
IFET and others write Secretary-General urging international tribunal (July 5, 2000)
A Lesson From Timor: Don't Coddle the Indonesian Military, Op-ed in International Herald Tribune by ETAN's Karen Orenstein. (July 5, 2000)
East Timorese Protest at July 4 Party at U.S. Mission in East Timor. The protesters demand apology and reparations from the U.S. for Washington's support for Indonesian invasion and occupation of their country. (July 4, 2000)

Indonesia's Generals on Trial 
in U.S. Courts

Signed by General Johny Lumintang, a telegram ordering Indonesian commanders to plan a crackdown on East Timorese was entered into evidence in the U.S. lawsuit. The court issued a $66 million judgment against the general.  

La'o Hamutuk website is up and running. La'o Hamutuk ("walking together" in Tetum) is a joint East Timorese-international organization that will monitor the activities of the principal international institutions in East Timor. (June 15, 2000)
Indonesian NGOs Oppose Resumption of Military Ties with U.S. (June 12, 2000)
The Refugee Crisis and Accountability: Observations and Analysis of a Fact-Finding Mission to the East Timorese Refugee Camps in West Timor - by Karen Orenstein, East Timor Action Network (June 9, 2000)

ETAN Opposes Any Resumption of Military Ties with Indonesia (May 24, 2000)
Alert: Office of Indonesian E. Timor Support Group Attacked in Jakarta (May 24, 2000)
Returning ETAN Delegation Calls for U.S. and Indonesia to End to East Timor Refugee Crisis (May 11, 2000)
Allan Nairn testimony on U.S.-Indonesia Military Ties (May 11, 2000)
Senator Russell Feingold (D-WI) praises ETAN. "I've experienced the impact of this grassroots organizing firsthand."
International East Timor Conference Held in Utrecht, Highlights Ongoing Issues (May 14, 2000)
ETAN Lobby Days: Spring 2000 - May 6 through May 10

Indonesia's Generals on Trial in U.S. Courts - Special section on the legal woes of General Johny Lumintang and Major-General Sintong Panjaitan. (ongoing)
ETAN, Others Urge Strongest Resolution on Timor at Human Rights Commission (March 23, 2000)
ETAN, NGOs write Albright on military ties to Indonesia (March 3, 2000)
State Department Report on Indonesia/E Timor Generally Accurate - ETAN highlights a few omissions. (February 29, 2000) ETAN opposes continued training in violation of ongoing ban on military ties with Indonesia (Feb 24, 2000)
Eyewitness East Timor: ETAN Testimony submitted to Joint Congressional Hearing on East Timor (February 10, 2000)
U.S. and U.N. Must Support an International Tribunal on East Timor Violence  A Statement by the East Timor Action Network/U.S. (February 2, 2000)
Executive Summary of Indonesia Rights Inquiry Report (January 31, 2000); Report of the U.N. Commission of Inquiry on East Timor (January 31, 2000)

 Hearing on the Humanitarian Crisis in East Timor; Washington, DC, September 30, 1999; International Operations And Human Rights Subcommittee of the House Committee on International Relations: Subcommittee on International Operations and Human Rights 
PANEL 1 (with administration officials)
PANEL 2 (with Xanana Gusmao, Jose Ramos-Horta)
PANEL 3 (with Allan Nairn [journalist], Arnold Kohen [author], T Kumar [Amnesty International] and Emilia Pires [CNRT])

Australian Documentary Details Indonesian Government Funding of the Militia (February 16, 2000)
From “Scorched Earth Operation" to “Humanitarian Operation” A note on the conduct of international NGOs and UN institutions in post-referendum Timor Lorosa’e by Working Group for Study and Examination Yayasan HAK (10 January 2000)
Bring the East Timorese Home - A Fact Sheet on the Refugees (January 2000)


December 20 - Vermont's Norwich University to End Training of Indonesian Military  

November 19 - Senate Passes Appropriations Bill Restricting U.S. Military Assistance to Indonesia Conditions include bringing human rights violators to justice, return of  displaced persons to East Timor. 

October 20 - Indonesia's Repeal of Annexation of East Timor Only First Step - Safe return of refugees, end to militia activity and prosecution of rights violators are priorities 

November 12 - ETAN urges Indonesia's president to fulfill commitments to East Timor by stopping militia violence, assisting return of refugees and cooperating with rights investigations. Also -  Clinton must keep military assistance suspension, release rights data. 

November 16 - Shepard Forman, Center on International Cooperation, NYU, on Rebuilding East Timor: Cooperation in Recovering from Destruction  

November 3 - Notes on the Indonesian Military and the New Government and A Primer on How to Lie for the Indonesian Military by John Roosa, Ph.D., historian of South and Southeast Asia. 

October 31-November 8 - ETAN Alert for East Timor Self-Determination Act

September 27 - Senate Foreign Relations Committee passes freeze on military relations with Indonesia (S 1568). A similar bill, HR 2895, has been introduced in the House. Other East Timor Legislation News and lists of bills' sponsors

September 13 - Rep. McGovern, remembering Frs. Madeira and Soares, calls for rebuilding of East Timor

September 12 - ETAN Statement on Suspension of U.S. Aid to Indonesia and Indonesian Agreement to Allow International Force into East Timor

September 4 - Bishop Belo's residence attacked, thousands kidnapped by militias; ETAN calls for immediate suspension of all aid to Indonesia and support for UN-controlled security

September 1 - IFET-OP Report #8 Ominous Signs Only Two Days After Historic East Timor Vote; Militia Roadblocks, and Widespread Threats Against Local Population, International Observers, and UNAMET Personnel. See IFET's web site for additional IFET-OP reports and statements.

September 1 - ETAN and Dr. Dan Murphy call for vigilance in East Timor between now and announcing of consultation results 

August 26 - Militias threaten international observer teams and undermine freedom of movement of IFET-OP observers

August 26 - 100 members of the House call for Clinton to influence Jakarta to end paramilitary violence; NGO Letter to President urges action

August 25 - IFET-OP letter to UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan cites fear of bloodbath to derail ballot

August 11 - 100 members of Congress call on President Clinton to use all channels to press Indonesian on East Timor

August 10 - ETAN/U.S. members are heading to East Timor to observe the UN-organized vote on August 30 as part of the IFET-OP and other observer missions.

August 3 - ETAN today praised continuing Congressional pressure in support of a free and fair vote in East Timor following passage of the Foreign Operations Appropriations Bill (HR 2606).

July 21 - The House of Representatives unanimously called for a tougher U.S. policy in support of a free and fair vote in Indonesian-occupied East Timor just days after UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan decided to begin voter registration while saying "the security situation in the territory as a whole remains serious."

July 20 - Copies and translation of secret Indonesian government document leaked from East Timor.  The story of the document, which represents the contemplations of a senior official on what official policy should be, first appeared in the Sydney Morning Herald.

July 26 - ETAN Calls for Postponing Indonesia Aid and asks CGI donors to wait until after East Timor's ballot.

July 17 - ETAN dedicates a street sign naming 68th Street "East Timor Way." The sign -- posted by the City of New York -- is the result of a lawsuit by ETAN.

July 2 - IFET urges the Security Council to make a clear and forceful statement on the need for the Indonesian government to take seriously its responsibilities under the May 5 Tripartite Agreements.

July 1 - Amendment, passed unanimously in the U.S. Senate, requires the Clinton administration to intensify its support for self-determination for East Timor.

June 30 - U.S. Senate Votes 98-0 to Step Up U.S. Pressure on Indonesia for Peaceful East Timor Ballot.

June 23 - Two letters sent by Rep. Frank Wolf to Clinton administration officials.

June 22 - The U.S. Senate unanimously passed an amendment urging a tougher U.S. policy in support of a free and fair UN-sponsored vote in Indonesian-occupied East Timor. See ETAN press release and Congressional Record on Senate Amendment.

June 18, 1999 - ETAN urges World Bank to withhold Social Safety Net funds that are being misused in East Timor by Indonesia

June 15 - IFET condemns militia leader's appointment to Indonesian government's Civil Defense Corps

June 10 - Killings, Torture and Brutal Intimidation Continue in East Timor The campaign of terror threatens to derail plans for August independence vote.

May 20 - Congress Approves $6.5 Million for East Timor Vote. But More Than Just Money Needed says East Timor Action Network

Information on candidates for UN VOLUNTEER OPERATION and NGO OBSERVERS in East Timor

East Timor Way, NYC
East Timor Way dedicated near Indonesian Consulate in Manhattan. (July 17, 1999)

May 19 - East Timor Action Network sues New York City over street renaming.

May 5 - Senators Russ Feingold and Patrick Leahy speak on behalf of SRES 96 which would express the sense of the Senate regarding a peaceful process of self-determination in East Timor.  In the House Congressman Patrick J. Kennedy introduced H. CON. RES. 97 which urges a prohibition on military assistance and arms transfers to Indonesia until it ceases supporting paramilitaries in East Timor. 

May 5 - Senator Mitch McConnell and Senator Kerry on East Timor and Indonesia.

May 5 -East Timor's Bloodiest Tradition, NY Times Op-ed, by Aniceto Guterres Lopes, director of an East Timorese human rights organization 

May 5 - Indonesia and Portugal sign agreement at the UN "on the Question of East Timor." Also, US Congress urges greater pressure on Indonesia in support of East Timor.

April 19 - Rep. Kennedy Outraged at Recent Violent Attacks

April 17 - ETAN Condemns Latest Killings and calls for U.S., U.N. action to disarm paramilitaries - Demonstrations planned

April 12 - Congressional Letter to Sec. Albright on East Timor Massacre

March 18 - Senator Russell D. Feingold Opening Statement Subcommittee on East Asia and the Pacific

March 12 - Statement by ETAN/US on the UN Agreement on East Timor

March 10 - ETAN endorses a bill (H.R. 1063) introduced today in the U.S. House by Reps. Evans,  Smith, Lowey and Rohrabacher, and supported by many Representatives, which would ban most military training to Indonesia because of ongoing human rights violations. Also, Senators and Congressmembers write to Sec. Albright on these issues before her trip to Indonesia.

March 3 - Transcript of an interview with Xanana Gusmao conducted by Amy Goodman and Allan Nairn.  Pacifica Radio's audio of the program is available online.

February 26 - U.S. Department of State Indonesia Country Report on Human Rights Practices for 1998 released by the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor.  ETAN comments on report.

January 29 - Senators Feingold, Reed and Torricelli welcomed indications that Indonesia is considering granting Timor independence, as did Rep. Patrick Kennedy.  Recent radio broadcasts featuring Jose Ramos-Horta, Bella Galhos, Allan Nairn, and ETAN/US's Lynn Fredriksson are available on the web.  (January 1999)

January 27 - Following recent statements from Indonesia that it is considering full independence for East Timor, ETAN calls on the Indonesian government to withdraw its troops, allow U.N. monitors, and to set a timetable for a referendum on self-determination.

Henry Kissinger Remembers Some of the Past

January 27, 1999 - East Timor Action Network Urges Indonesia to Schedule Referendum and Withdraw Troops

January 25, 1999 - Fall River, Massachusetts, passes Resolution Condemning Indonesian Occupation of East Timor.

January 14, 1999 - Berkeley, California, adopts a Uniform Selective Purchasing Policy.

January 7, 1999- Oldtimers, take notice: newest ETAN chapter -- at Dartmouth High School -- draws Congressman to their town meeting, and gets resolution on East Timor passed!   (And that's just for starters.)

January 4, 1999 - 4 Senators urge State Department support for the placement of a permanent U.N.-delegation in East Timor.  State Department calls for restraint in Indonesia following clashes in East Timor.


December 22, 1998 - 7 members of the House of Representatives write to Secretary of State Albright "in light of recent reports of increased violence" in East Timor.

November 24, 1998 - Act now to protest the deaths of at least 50 Timorese in the Alas region of East Timor during an ongoing  Indonesian military operation. ETAN condemns the recent killings and calls for troop withdrawals and international monitors in East Timor.

November 15, 1998 - Detailed analysis of leaked Indonesian army documents.

November 13 - NGOs write to Secretary of State Albright on eve of Asian trip, call for referendum

November 7, 1998 - Commemoration/protest of the Dili massacre at the State Department, Washington, D. C.; Nov 12 events for East Timor 

Year 2000 Computer Bug Hits Indonesia Early
Government goofs, finds it impossible to accurately calculate troop movements in East Timor!  Leaked Indonesian documents obtained by ETAN show that troop levels remained unchanged in August, after the Indonesia military (ABRI) staged for the international media what it said was a withdrawal of 1000 troops from the territory. Check out the story on the BBC site, or the Reuters, AAP and AFP accounts on Timor Postings. (October 1998)
ABRI NewMath calculator

October 21, 1998 - ETAN cites105th Congress support for freedom for East Timor.  The massive Omnibus Appropriations bill passed by Congress contains provisions relating to Indonesia and East Timor.

September 29, 1998 - Congress ban comes in response to training and rights abuses involving Indonesia 

September 23, 1998 -  59 NGOs petition House International Relations Committee urging support of self-determination for East Timor.

September 21, 1998 - House of Representatives Continues Military Training Ban for Indonesia; Ban on U.S. Weapons in East Timor Reaffirmed

September 16, 1998 - Congressman Patrick Kennedy urges State Department to increase pressure on Indonesia to allow freedom in East Timor.

September 10, 1998 - The powerful House Appropriations Committee called for an "internationally supervised referendum" when it passed the foreign operations appropriations bill late last week.  Also, calling for a just solution to the tragedy in East Timor, letters were sent to President Clinton and Indonesian President Habibie by a bipartisan group of more than 100 Members of Congress.

September 3, 1998 - Senate passes legislation requiring that any agreement to sell weapons to Indonesia "shall state that such items will not be used in East Timor."

August 13, 1998 - ETAN/US condemns attacks on ethnic Chinese Indonesians  

August 4, 1998 - 26 Non-Governmental Organizations pressed Indonesian and Portuguese Foreign Ministers meeting with the U.N. Secretary-Genera to include East Timorese resistance leaders in the talks

On Friday, July 10, 1998, the Senate UNANIMOUSLY PASSED Senate Resolution 237 which urges the Clinton administration to "work actively, through the United Nations and with United States allies, to carry out the directives of existing United Nations resolutions on East Timor and to support an internationally supervised referendum on self-determination."  ETAN/US called on the President to shift U.S. policy to one supporting East Timor’s democratic rights. See also, U.S. Senate Endorses Referendum, White House and UN Slow to Act

June 12, 1998 - ETAN/US Statement on recent Indonesian government actions relating to East Timor

Statements by Rep. Cynthia McKinney, Rep. Chris Smith, Lynn Fredrikkson and Constancio Pinto on the just introduced Indonesia Human Rights Before Military Assistance Act (HR 3918 IH). (May 20, 1998)


ETAN and other Statements from March 17 Press Conference in Washington, DC on JCET (3/17/98)

Timor Postings
News from the east-timor (reg.easttimor) list, updated weekly, including - ETAN Condemns Indonesian Troop Build-up, U.S. Catholic Bishops letter to Secretary of State Madeleine  Albright, accounts of East Timorese student protest in Jakarta, a message from jailed resistace leader Xanana Gusmao, and an interview with Bishop Belo... and much more!

Indonesia and East Timor: On the verge of change? A report issued by a three-person delegation that visited Indonesia and East Timor from March 3-13, 1998.  They met with people from a wide range of perspectives, experiences, and organizations.

ETAN/US, along with over 50 other presenters from around the world who are concerned with the fate of the East Timorese people, petitioned the UN Committee on Decolonization in late June/early July, 1998.  Also, read the ETAN/US statement on recent Indonesian government actions relating to East Timor.

Indonesia's Disappeared Article from The Nation magazine by Allan Nairn. (June 8, 1998)

The East Timor Human Rights Centre launched a new report that documents human rights violations between January and June 1998 in East Timor.  It also assesses the Habibie government's response to the human rights violations and its efforts to move towards a resolution of the conflict.

Suharto Resigns Statements by ETAN/US and Constancio Pinto (May 20, 1998)

Press Release: After Six Killed in Jakarta ETAN Calls for an End to Sales of Weapons, Spare Parts, and Ammunition to Indonesia and a Ban on All Military Training (May12, 1998)

The first selective purchasing and investment law targeting Indonesia is passed by the City of Berkeley.  ETAN/US is developing a national campaign around state and local legislation to limit taxpayer money going to companies which support the Jakarta regime’s continuing brutal occupation of East Timor.  In Massachusetts, the towns of Brookline and Cambridge adopt resolutions in support of East Timor -- while work continues on the state level to pass a bill regulating contracts with companies doing business with Indonesia. (April 21, 1998)

ETAN and other Statements from March 17 Press Conference in Washington, DC on JCET (March 17, 1998)

March 11 - Indonesia's Killers Editorial from The Nation magazine by Allan Nairn. 

Feb. 1998 - A new Timorese flag was adopted during the first East Timorese National Convention.


Human Rights Deteriorate in East Timor  Semi-Annual Report of Human Rights Violations in East Timor, January to July, 1997

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