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May 15 - 30

May 1 - 7
SOS: Yayasan HAK director's life in danger
Army is lying in wait for independence voters
E Timor integration the key to army's fortunes
Interpreting fear in E Timor
US puts pressure on Jakarta to stop Timor killings
Xanana - "If it is my time to die, then I will die"
Megawati's party vows to scrap E. Timor referendum

JRHorta writes to UN Secretary-General

Indon minister believes jailed E Timor leader should be freed
Jakarta to cut down army, strengthen police force in East Timor
Nobel laureate assails dictators in speech at Stanford U
West tries to halt Timor vote violence
AI UA 99-99 INDONESIA Fear of torture

IFET writes to UNSG on ET Peace Process
Paper chooses its words carefully
Police power restricted in Timor autonomy plan
There are people starving to death

UN Agreement on East Timor Text
UN Agreement on Security for Popular Consultation Text
UN - Text of UN autonomy plan
Transcript of May 6 Press Conference on Agreement

Xanana statement on current situation, UN process
Annan remarks after East Timor accords signing
East Timor's Bloodiest Tradition
Indonesia, Portugal Sign Landmark Pact On E Timor
Next Hurdle In E. Timor - End Violence So Vote Can Go Ahead
People of ET face violence

USGOV - State Dept on UN Talks
35 Nations Pledge Support For U.N. Ballot In E. Timor
Accords Signed for Timor Autonomy Vote; Rights Lawyer Harassed
Climate of fear clouds UN accord
US Congress Urges Greater Pressure on Indonesia in Support of East Timor
Dancing, rallies and pessimism follow E.Timor agreeement
European Parliament calls for UN police force in East Timor
Indon police warn Australia of 'misunderstandings'
Modalities agreement for ET ballot on 8 August
NYT on Militia Violence
Portugal, Indonesia Sign Autonomy Agreement

Corralled East Timorese told- pledge loyalty to Jakarta
Hundreds of refugees flee renewed violence in East Timor
Security Council Passes Resolution suppporting agreement
UN Cautious but Confident on Polls
Xanana Reacts to UN Agreement
1000s rally in E Timor
ABRI Inc
Editorial - East Timor's Due
Envoy visits town of oppression
First UN policeman arrives to supervise East Timor ballot

May 8 - 14
Action Allert - four people arrested
Indonesia's Benefactors Should Require It to Disarm the Militias
First UN police officer arrives for mammoth East Timor task

U.S. to Train Police Leaders for Indonesia in Riot Control
Australian envoy warns of plan to wreck Timor vote
E. Timor Militias Terrorize Those Who Want Independence
Foreign police due in East Timor next month
Indonesian FM says East Timor violence "worrying"
Timorese ask - Who can we complain to?
Xanana - May 10 Statement
Australian Govt To Open Diplomatic Office In East Timor
East Timor confronts violence
Indonesian forces cheer militia on their rampage
Jakarta sets up cabinet team to oversee East Timor poll
Rights Envoy For East Timor Named, Plans Trip In May
AI UA 106-99 EAST TIMOR Fear for safety
HAK - Incident on May 9, 1999 Mayhem on the streets of Dili
Nobel laureate presides over peace service in Dili
Rebels vow not to be provoked by militias
Abort referendum - militia chief
Democracy Now! - 2 audio reports on East Timor
Message from East Timor a nun writes to her friend
Militias deprive refugees of aid
Weight of evidence in Timor shows the divisions
AI UA 108-99 INDONESIA Fear for safety
Military 'to act on weapons'
Priests and nuns march in Dili - bid to resume peace
Timor- rock, shock and smoking barrels
"License to Kill in Timor" by Allan Nairn (banned journalist back in Indonesia)
Megawati puts East Timor vote in doubt
Poll still alive, UN envoy says
Timorese factions to resume church-mediated dialogue in Australia
Trouble brewing for Timorese coffee harvest in jeopardy

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