for APHEDA, also known as Union Aid Abroad. ''Volunteer Life'' e-zine He was also involved with the ACTU's ''Your Rights at Work'' (WorkChoices) campaign as a high profile spokesman, delivering speeches at rallies such as the Australian industrial relations legislation national day of protest, 2005. Tim Brunero website bgcolor "#fee8ab" valign "top" Related ethnic groups: bgcolor "#fff6d9" Solorese, East Tomorese (East Timor), Austronesian (Austronesian people) peoples Southeast Asia East Timor Malaysia Papua New Guinea '''Indian Ocean''' '''Pacific Ocean''' '' '''Arafura Sea''' '' '' '''Banda Sea''' '' '' '''Celebes Sea''' '' '' '''Java Sea''' '' '' '''Molucca Sea''' '' '' '''Timor Sea''' '' '' '''Africa''' '' '' '''Asia''' '' '' '''Australia''' '' Australia Bahrain Bangladesh Comoros Djibouti East Timor Egypt Eritrea *France India Indonesia Iran Iraq Israel Jordan Kenya Kuwait Madagascar Malaysia Maldives Mauritius Mozambique Myanmar (Burma) (Myanmar) Oman Pakistan Qatar Saudi Arabia Singapore Somalia South Africa Sri Lanka Sudan Tanzania Thailand United Arab Emirates *United Kingdom Yemen ''Ashmore and Cartier Islands (AUS (Australia))'' ''Bassas da India (Scattered Islands in the Indian Ocean) (FRA (France))'' ''British Indian Ocean Territory (UK (United Kingdom))'' ''Christmas Island (AUS (Australia))'' ''Cocos (Keeling) Islands (AUS (Australia))'' ''Europa (Scattered Islands in the Indian Ocean) (FRA (France))'' ''French Polynesia (FRA (France))'' ''French Southern Territories (FRA (France))'' ''Glorioso (Scattered Islands in the Indian Ocean) (FRA (France))'' ''Heard Island and McDonald Islands (AUS (Australia))'' ''Juan de Nova (Scattered Islands in the Indian Ocean) (FRA (France))'' ''Mayotte (FRA (France))'' ''Réunion (FRA (France))'' ''Tromelin (Scattered Islands in the Indian Ocean) (FRA (France))'' '' '''Asia''' '' '' '''Australia''' '' '' '''North America''' '' '' '''South America''' '' Australia Brunei Cambodia Canada Chile China Colombia Costa Rica East Timor Ecuador El Salvador Federated States of Micronesia Fiji *France Guatemala Honduras Indonesia Japan Kiribati Malaysia Marshall Islands Mexico Nauru New Zealand Nicaragua North Korea Palau Panama Papua New Guinea Peru Philippines Russia Samoa Singapore Solomon Islands South Korea Taiwan Thailand Tonga Tuvalu *United Kingdom United States Vanuatu Vietnam ''American Samoa (USA (United States))'' ''Baker Island (USA (United States))'' ''Clipperton Island (FRA (France))'' ''Cook Islands (NZ (New Zealand))'' ''Coral Sea Islands (AUS (Australia))'' ''French Polynesia (FRA (France))'' ''Guam (USA (United States))'' ''Hong Kong (CHN (China))'' ''Howland Island (USA (United States))'' ''Jarvis Island (USA (United States))'' ''Johnston Atoll (USA (United States))'' ''Kingman Reef (USA (United States))'' ''Macau (CHN (China))'' ''Midway Islands (USA (United States))'' ''New Caledonia (FRA (France))'' ''Niue (NZ (New Zealand))'' ''Norfolk Island (AUS (Australia))'' ''Northern Mariana Islands (USA (United States))'' ''Palmyra Atoll (USA (United States))'' ''Paracel Islands (CHN (China) TWN (Taiwan) VNM (Vietnam))'' ''Pitcairn Islands (UK (United Kingdom))'' ''Spratly Islands (BRN (Brunei) CHN (China) TWN (Taiwan) VNM (Vietnam) MYS (Malaysia) PHL (Philippines))'' ''Tokelau (NZ (New Zealand))'' ''Wake Island (USA (United States))'' ''Wallis and Futuna (FRA (France))'' For many years, Swain was ''The Sunday Times' '' correspondent in Paris. During this time he had many famous scoop (Scoop (term))s, including uncovering the financial support extended by Libya's Colonel Gaddafi (Muammar al-Gaddafi)'s to Arthur Scargill's National Union of Mineworkers (National Union of Mineworkers (Great Britain)). He also reported for the newspaper from East Timor in 1999, at the time of its vote for independence, which saw widespread violence (Timor-Leste Scorched Earth) by Indonesian-backed militias (Pro-Indonesian militia). Commons:Category:East Timor WikiPedia:East Timor Dmoz:Regional Asia East Timor
projects in East Timor (Timor-Leste). Funds raised from the album went to Life, Love and Health and The Alola Foundation. On 26 March 2006 Kelly performed at the Commonwealth Games closing ceremony (2006 Commonwealth Games closing ceremony) in Melbourne, singing "Leaps and Bounds" and "Rally Around the Drum". ref name "
;SMH06" On 8 October Paul Kelly and the Boon Companions, Hoodoo Gurus, and Sime Nugent performed at the Athenaeum Theatre (Athenaeum, Melbourne) in Melbourne to again raise funds for Life, Love and Health, and to help support their ongoing programs in Timor-Leste in response to the needs of the people during the humanitarian crisis. In November 1991, after the massacres at Santa Cruz (Santa Cruz massacre) (near
in the fighting at Gallipoli and on the Western Front in Europe. During World War II the brigade was used in a defensive role before it was disbanded in 1944. It was re-raised in 1967 for service during the Vietnam War and later went on to provide the nucleus of the deployment to East Timor during the Australian-led intervention (INTERFET) in 1999. The brigade is currently based at Lavarack Barracks in Townsville, Queensland, and acts as Australia's ready deployment force. In 1999 5 7 RAR relocated from Holsworthy to Darwin (Darwin, Northern Territory). Later that year the battalion made its first operational deployment when it deployed to East Timor as part of INTERFET and transitioning in February 2000 as the 1st AUSBATT of the UNTAET mission. Commons:Category:East Timor WikiPedia:East Timor Dmoz:Regional Asia East Timor
09 15 jesuits-plan-educational-institute-in-timor-leste UCANews September 15, 2011 *26 August – The Prime Minister creates a controversy when he avoids the use of the word 'sorry' when a motion was tabled in Parliament (Parliament of Australia) expressing 'deep & sincere regret that indigenous Australians suffered injustices under the practises of past generations'. *30 August – East Timor votes for independence from Indonesia. In the violence that follows
, Somaliland, Iraq, West Papua, Zimbabwe, Baluchistan, Pakistan, Uganda and against the persecution of Irans Arab minority (Iranian Arabs) (see The Times 10 October 2006). used_by See ''Users (Pindad SS1#Users)'' wars Anti-guerrilla operations in Aceh, East Timor and Irian Jaya, Cambodian–Thai border stand-off Although the regime's political police, PIDE, killed four people before surrendering, the revolution was unusual
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, June 2002, pp.75-103. Waldman has published extensively on: Ecology, Environmental education, Water Resources, Waste Management, Development (urban development), East Timor, Israeli-Arab Wars, Racism, Judaism, Religion, Globalization, International Relations, Ecumenism, Topology, Geography, Cartography, Anthropology, Citizenship, Subsaharan Africa and Afro-Brazilian education, including several papers
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students studying in the university as well. The foreign students are from Cambodia, Chad, East Timor, Egypt, Equatorial Guinea, Indonesia, Iran, Libya, Morocco, Mozambique, Myanmar, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, South Sudan, Sudan, Thailand, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Vietnam, Ethiopia, Iraq and Yemen. large number of international students are from Pakistan & Sudan , local and international
, study under convertible loans or scholarships from the Education Sponsorship Unit of Petronas itself. The '''Timor-Leste national football team''' is the national team of East Timor (Timor-Leste) and is controlled by the Federação de Futebol de Timor-Leste. They are currently one of the weakest teams in the world and the weakest team in ASEAN region. East Timor joined FIFA on September 12, 2005. Teams All teams from member associations of the ASEAN Football Federation
be unsuccessful, and that those loyal to Indonesia would be rewarded when they regained control of the area. Most of the worst acts of the period, including the Liquiçá Church Massacre, were committed by these East Timorese groups, albeit often with support of the Indonesian military. Eurico Guterres was the most famous member of these groups. The International Police assigned to the unit then would carry the case on through from an investigative side. The International Police portion of the unit primarily worked out of Liquiçá (Liquiçá (district)) and its surrounding districts, whereas the military element worked island wide within all of East Timor. Initially commanded by Steve Minhinnet of Great Britain, the unit was later commanded by American (United States of America) investigator Karl Clark. Throughout its existence, it relied heavily on intelligence information collected by American intelligence officer Alan Williams. With the rotation of new International Police into East Timor, the unit was eventually disbanded toward the end of 2000, and absorbed into the Human Rights investigative unit in Dili, called the Serious Crimes Unit. Karl Clark, an original member of the unit, eventually played a pivotal role in Human Rights investigations in East Timor, while other unit police members moved on to other UN mission locations. Commons:Category:East Timor WikiPedia:East Timor Dmoz:Regional Asia East Timor
Advisers continues to provide the country’s police, Policia Nacional de Timor-Leste (PNTL), with specialized training for rapid response and intervention units. The Technical Advisers are also responsible for providing training in specialized areas such as counter- terrorism, forensics and transferring management skills to the national police in all districts of Timor-Leste. *2000 — CGD acquired Banco Comercial do Atlântico, making the CGD Group
'''East Timor''' ( (5,400 sq mi). mne.gov.tl
East Timor was colonised by Portugal in the 16th century, and was known as Portuguese Timor until Portugal's decolonisation of the country. In late 1975, East Timor declared its independence but later that year was invaded (Indonesian invasion of East Timor) and occupied (Indonesian occupation of East Timor) by Indonesia and was declared Indonesia's 27th province the following year. In 1999, following the United Nations-sponsored act of self-determination, Indonesia relinquished control of the territory, and East Timor became the first new sovereign state (List of sovereign states) of the 21st century on May 20, 2002. After independence, East Timor became a member of the United Nations and the Community of Portuguese Language Countries. In 2011, East Timor announced its intention to gain membership status in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations by submitting a letter of application to become its eleventh member. East Timor Bid to Join ASEAN Wins 'Strong Support', Bangkok Post, date: 31 January 2011. It is one of only two predominantly Christian (Christianity in Asia) nations in Southeast Asia, the other being the Philippines.
East Timor has a lower-middle-income economy. It continues to suffer the after-effects of a decades-long struggle for independence (Indonesian occupation of East Timor) against Indonesian occupation, which severely damaged the country's infrastructure and killed at least a hundred thousand people. The country is placed 128th (List of countries by Human Development Index) on the Human Development Index (HDI).