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September 1 - 16
October 2000

September 24 - 30
Timor militia chief pledges peace, but others hide weapons
Sightings reported of peacekeeper's killer
Infamous Militia Leader Not Afraid

U.S., Britain again warn Indon it could lose aid unless militias disarmed
East Timorese children to start new school year
New ferry service to link with Oecussi enclave
CNRT leaders form new social democratic party
Timor militia member killed in clash with NZ troops
Militia doubts as UN men cornered
An East Timorese boy sells copies of a local newspaper with the headline "Cohen Asks Indonesia to Clean Up Militia," at the central market in Dili, East Timor Monday September 18, 2000. (AP)



Secretary of Defense Cohen in Jakarta

US Cohen, Indonesia's Wahid Discuss Attacks On UN Workers

Cohen warns Indonesia could face suspension of aid 


Cohen- U.N.-Policed East Timor Peace Concerns U.S.

Timor violence must end - U.S. defence secretary
Washington Post Editorial- Pressing Indonesia
U.S. warns of violence in Timor

Senator Feingold on Cohen's Visit

ETAN: U.S. Reinstates Suspension
Of Military Assistance To
Indonesia before Sec'y of Defense Cohen Visit to Indonesia

Indon serious about disarming W.Timor militias- defense minister
Floods threaten enclave cut off from everything but misery
Envoy denies US Marines entered W. Timor border
UN Security Council delegation to visit Indonesia
Scuffle after Megawati refuses to meet militiamen

RI donor meeting to go ahead in October
Indon Risks Losing Int'l Support Over W Timor- US Amb.Gelbard
Aid Donors Losing Patience with Indonesia

Indonesian Is Under Fire for Comments About Timor

East Timor at the Olympics

Undaunted spirit of East Timor's Olympic athletes

For East Timorese, Sydney Olympic is a memory to cherish

E. Timor's marathon runner finishes to her own race

Ramos overwhelmed in Olympic bout
Timor boxer's gloves in internet auction; gets Kofi's support

Weightlifting East Timorese Makes History

Olympics - TV for Timor, Athletes welcomed

Olympics hold no fears for East Timorese survivors

East Timorese eye Olympic arena after battlefield

Victor Ramos, a boxer from East Timor competing as a individual athlete, carries the Olympic flag during the opening ceremony of Sydney's Olympic Games September 15, 2000. (Reuters)

September 17 -23
Timor enclave remains isolated
Militiamen Surrender Weapons In West Timor
US would slap economic sanctions on Indonesia- Ramos-Horta
Two jailed in counterfeiting case
Rice for some refugee camps, starvation feared in others
Indonesian probe into UN workers' murders mired in confusion
Fretilin, UDT reject CNRT Permanent Commission
E.Timorese Leader Encourages U.S. Role In Volatile Indonesia
Cabinet to Get Timorese Environment Minister
Bali Post interviews Munir on Atambua and the international fall-out

Now available La'o Hamutuk Bulletin Vol. 1, No. 2: 17 July 2000 with articles on Protecting East Timor's Environment; Environmental Health and Asbestos; Evaluation of Humanitarian Aid Process Released by UNTAET and more.

Listen to Pacifica's Democracy Now RealAudio programs and interviews with East Timorese leaders and activists at

Catholic aid agencies warn of starvation in West Timor
Maliana Priest's Calls for Forgiveness, Justice
A conversation amid last year’s violence haunted one UN observer
East Timor slowly rises from the ashes
Bishop Belo visits Hiroshima

UN told to boost security as staff protest murders in W. Timor
UN gets the same old story from Jakarta
The Widows of Maliana
Portuguese Teachers, School Books on Their Way
Jakarta Must Get Serious In Timor
East Timor human rights trial should go on- Muladi
E.Timor Braces For Flood of Refugees If Indon Keeps Promise
Bali Post interviews Munir on Atambua and the international fall-out

'Military reluctant to disarm militias in West Timor'
World Bank chief backs US warning to Indon to control militia
U.N. peacekeepers in East Timor are under increasingly intense and organized attack from pro- Indonesia militias
Official's view on Timor dismissed as `crazy'
Without Reform, Jakarta's Frail Empire Will Fall
I was responsible for security in E. Timor- Adam
Indonesia resists US pressure on militias
Indonesia rejects Security Council mission

Files show Australian Government lied about Timor deaths (more on these stories)
Documents reveal Australia's hand in Indonesia

Troops open fire as aid visit ends
"Santa Cruz Incident a turning point in our diplomacy."
No Vacant Island for E.Timor Refugees
"Eurico targets a forced overthrow of E. Timor"

September 1 - 16
October 2000
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