Item 1995-11-03 - Documents on East Timor from PeaceNet and Connected Computer Networks 40: September 1 — November 3, 1995

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Documents on East Timor from PeaceNet and Connected Computer Networks 40: September 1 — November 3, 1995

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ETAN-US was formed in 1991 after the Santa Cruz massacre, and became the major US solidarity coalition. It published Network News, later renamed as Estafeta (Tetun for "messenger" or "courier"). Based in the New York area, it had chapters throughout the United States and for a time, a lobbying office in Washington. Key figures include Charles Scheiner, Lynn Frederickson, and John Miller.

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BALIBO REMEMBERED ............................................................................................................................... 7
BALIBO MASSACRE BACKGROUND................................................................................................................7
THE 5 GHOSTS OF BALIBO RISE ONCE MORE TO HAUNT INDONESIA & US ................................................10
INDONESIA WON’T REOPEN BALIBO INVESTIGATION .................................................................................13
CHRIS HAVILAND MP TO MOVE PRIVATE MEMBERS MOTION ON BALIBO ...................................................13
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES “NOTICE OF MOTION”.............................................................................13
INDONESIAN TROOPS KILLED AUSTRALIAN NEWSMEN-RADIO..................................................................14
CALL FOR NEW INQUIRY INTO JOURNALISTS’ DEATHS IN EAST TIMOR......................................................14
TIMOR MURDERS PLANNED; SOLDIERS .................................................................................................14
RELIGIOUS CONFLICTS ............................................................................................................................. 15
PRO-CATHOLIC DEMONSTRATION IN DILI ..................................................................................................15
AMIEN RAIS: DON’T LET EAST TIMOR BECOME A PARASITE ........................................................................15
THE THREAT OF WIDER RELIGIOUS CONFLICT ...........................................................................................16
DILI’S BISHOP TO MEET THE POPE..............................................................................................................17
BISHOP BELO’S INTERVIEW WITH GATRA....................................................................................................17
MUSLIMS BACK HARD LINE ON EAST TIMOR...............................................................................................18
CARDINAL URGES GOVERNMENT TO WIN TIMORESE TRUST......................................................................19
BLASPHEMIES AGAINST CATHOLICISM IN EAST TIMOR ..............................................................................19
CATHOLIC LEADERS SAY RIGHTS COMMISSION TEAM DISTORTS RIOT ISSUE ...........................................19
INDONESIAN CATHOLIC BISHOPS SEEK HELP FOR EAST TIMORESE..........................................................20
RENETIL: THE FLAME OF STRUGGLE WILL NEVER BE EXTINGUISHED ........................................................20
Documents on East Timor from
PeaceNet and Connected Computer Networks
Volume 40: September 1 — November 3, 1995
Published by:
East Timor Action Network / U.S.
P.O. Box 1182, White Plains, NY 10602 USA
Tel: 914-428-7299 Fax: 914-428-7383 E-mail PeaceNet:CSCHEINER or CSCHEINER@IGC.APC.ORG
These documents are produced approximately every two months and mailed to subscribers.
For additional or back copies, send US$30 per volume; add $5 for international air mail. Discount
rates: $15 for educational and non-profit institutions; $8 for U.S. activists; $11 international.
Subscription rates: $180 ($90 educational, $48 activist) for the next six issues. Add $30 ($18 activist)
for international air mail. Further subsidies are available for groups in Third World countries working
on East Timor. Checks should be made out to “ETAN.”
The material is grouped by subject, with articles under each category in approximately chronological
order. It is also available on IBM-compatible diskette, in either Word for Windows or ASCII format.
Reprinting and distribution without permission is welcomed.
Much of this information is translated and supplied by TAPOL and BCET (London), Task Force Indonesia (USA), CDPM (Lisbon), CNRM, Free East Timor Japan Coalition, Mate-Bian News (Sydney), East
Timor Ireland Solidarity Campaign, ETIC (Aotearoa), Australians for a Free East Timor (Darwin) and
other activists and solidarity groups, but they are not responsible for editorial comment or selection.
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100 ULAMAS WANT DIALOGUE WITH BELO ..................................................................................................21
BELO DENIES WANTING ‘CATHOLIC REGION’.............................................................................................22
EAST TIMORESE NEED TIME TO ADAPT .......................................................................................................22
ANTI-BELO DEMONSTRATION IN YOGYA.....................................................................................................23
YOUNG MOSLEMS AGAINST XIMENES BELO...........................................................................................23
JAKARTA PUTS PRESSURE ON THE POPE ....................................................................................................24
MILITARY PLEDGES OF CONSTANT RAIDS...................................................................................................24
NU & EAST TIMOR .......................................................................................................................................24
ET INTRA-RELIGIOUS FORUM......................................................................................................................25
CNRM STATEMENT ON RELIGIOUS CONFLICTS ...........................................................................................25
GOD AND COUNTRY: ATTACKS ON MUSLIMS IN TIMOR PROMPT BACKLASH..............................................26
INDONESIAN MINISTER TO FLY TO VATICAN ON TIMOR.............................................................................27
POPE MEETS INDONESIAN MINISTER .........................................................................................................27
SUHARTO URGES PEOPLE TO AVOID CONFLICT..........................................................................................28
RIOTS IN EAST TIMOR............................................................................................................................... 28
PROTESTS ROCK TWO CITIES......................................................................................................................28
EAST TIMOR PROTESTS SEE THREE DETAINED.......................................................................................28
TWO CIVILIANS KILLED IN EAST TIMOR .................................................................................................28
RIOTS BREAKS OUT IN VIQUEQUE...............................................................................................................28
UNREST IN DILI: MANY ARRESTS ................................................................................................................29
MORE ON CURRENT UNREST IN DILI .....................................................................................................29
LUSA: DISTURBANCES IN DILI, 3 KILLED, SEVERAL ARRESTS ................................................................30
MORE ON DILI AND VIQUEQUE DISTURBANCES .........................................................................................30
POLICE ASSERT CONTROL IN EAST TIMOR AFTER RIOTS ............................................................................30
MILITARY APPEALS FOR CALM IN EAST TIMOR............................................................................................31
MORE ON CONFRONTATIONS THROUGHOUT ET.........................................................................................31
RELATIVE CALM RETURNS TO TROUBLED EAST TIMOR................................................................................32
DILI UNDER CONTROL AFTER TWO DAYS OF VIOLENT RIOTING............................................................32
TIMORESE FEARED TORTURED AFTER RIOTS: RESIDENTS ..........................................................................32
AI: MORE THAN 50 DETAINED AFTER EAST TIMOR RIOTS............................................................................33
EAST TIMOR BISHOP SAYS RIOTS UNDERLINE UNHAPPINESS....................................................................33
BISHOP BELO RADIO AUSTRALIA INTERVIEW.........................................................................................34
TIME FOR THOUGHT....................................................................................................................................35
ALBRIGHT CONCERNED BY EAST TIMOR RIOTS ..........................................................................................35
SOEHARTO PLAYS DOWN DILI RIOTS..........................................................................................................35
CNRM STATEMENT ON EAST TIMOR YOUTH UPRISING ...............................................................................36
XANANA GUSMÃO’S STATEMENT OF SUPPORT TO EAST TIMORESE YOUTH UPRISING................................37
TEN PEOPLE ARRESTED FOR TORCHING MARKET IN DILI ..........................................................................37
AI: ARREST/TORTURE UPDATE ....................................................................................................................37
MILITARY SUPPORTS DIALOG TO EASE TIMOR TENSION ............................................................................38
CNRM UPDATE ON EAST TIMOR RIOTS........................................................................................................38
RIGHTS COMMISSION TO PROBE EAST TIMOR RIOTS.................................................................................39
BELO CRITICISES ABRI ON THE DILI RIOTS ................................................................................................39
ETCHRIET- URGENT ACTION 27 DETAINED .................................................................................................40
INDONESIA INCREASES MILITARY PRESENCE............................................................................................40
TIMOR MILITARY BUILD UP DENIED .......................................................................................................40
KWI BLAMES FRUSTRATION FOR RIOTS ......................................................................................................40
SUHARTO SAYS TIMOR RIOTS SHOULD NOT BE EXAGGERATED .................................................................41
TEAR GAS AND TORTURE HIT DILI STUDENT PROTESTORS.........................................................................41
AVERSION TO GOVERNMENT POLICIES SPARKED EAST TIMOR RIOTS ......................................................41
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‘PITCHED BATTLES’......................................................................................................................................42
EAST TIMOR RIOTS ‘BI D TO SHAKE OFF YOKE’ ............................................................................................42
RECENT ARRESTS........................................................................................................................................42
TWO DEAD: DILI TENSE...............................................................................................................................43
MORE SHOOTING IN DILI ...........................................................................................................................43
EAST TIMOR GOVERNOR CALLS FOR ARMY TO RESTORE CALM ..................................................................44
SIMBOLON DENIES USE OF FIREARMS...................................................................................................44
SITUATION IN DILI VERY TENSE.................................................................................................................44
ARMY STRIKES HARD ..................................................................................................................................44
INDONESIA STAGES SHOW OF FORCE IN EAST TIMOR ...............................................................................45
INDONESIA SAYS RESTORES ORDER IN DILI, ARRESTS 120.......................................................................45
AI: UP TO 120 DETAINED AFTER NEW RIOTS IN DILI ...................................................................................46
COMORO POLICE PRISON ...........................................................................................................................46
VOA — ‘ORDER RESTORED’ .........................................................................................................................46
“PLEASE DO NOT MINIMISE THE SIGNIFICANCE OF THESE HEROIC PROTESTS”........................................47
TIMOR: RESISTANCE SAYS 5 KILLED BY INDONESIANS..............................................................................47
MANUEL CARRASCALÃO ASKS FOR HELP ....................................................................................................48
DILI UNDER SIEGE......................................................................................................................................48
TIMORESE YOUTH ROUND-UP CONTINUES .................................................................................................49
EAST TIMOR GOVERNOR DENIES REQUESTING SHOOTINGS .....................................................................49
WRONGFUL INTERPRETATION ................................................................................................................49
JAKARTA CRUSHES DILI PROTEST...............................................................................................................50
E. TIMOR GOVERNOR TO FIRE CIVIL SERVANTS .........................................................................................50
INDONESIA RELEASES MORE THAN 100 EAST TIMORESE............................................................................50
INDONESIA MILITARY SAYS RIOTS PURELY CRIMINAL ...............................................................................51
INDONESIA POLICE CONTINUE SEARCHES IN EAST TIMOR........................................................................51
OTHER EVENTS IN EAST TIMOR .............................................................................................................. 51
EAST TIMORESE PRISONERS WRITE U.S. CONGRESS .................................................................................51
TIMORESE ON TRIAL FOR HELPING FALINTIL .............................................................................................52
“BEATING OUT” THE EN EMY ........................................................................................................................52
VILLAGE MADE TO PAY A HIGH PRICE.........................................................................................................53
MILITARY SAYS GUERRILLAS KILL THREE CIVILIANS..................................................................................54
TIMORESE WOMEN WANT FREEDOM FROM RAPE.......................................................................................54
TWO BATTALIONS WITHDRAWN ..................................................................................................................54
MILITARY TRAINING FOR CIVIL SERVANTS .................................................................................................54
EAST TIMOR HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS..................................................................................................54
KONIS SANTANA WANTS SABALAE CAPTURE INVESTIGATED.......................................................................55
TIMORESE SAY NO TO APPRENTICESHIP ....................................................................................................56
XANANA’S DRIVER’S TRIAL POSTPONED .....................................................................................................56
PRISONERS TO BE MOVED ..........................................................................................................................56
EAST TIMOR GOVERNOR AND BIKERS ESCAPE SHOOTING.........................................................................56
FEAR STALKS THE STREETS OF DILI ...........................................................................................................57
TIMORESE BEAR THE SCARS OF REPRESSION ............................................................................................57
MORE INDONESIANS LEAVE TIMOR ............................................................................................................58
POLICEMAN FIRES ON SOLDIER .................................................................................................................59
EAST TIMOR GETS LOW COST HOUSES ......................................................................................................59
UNPRECEDENTED PRISONER EXCHANGE IN TIMOR ..................................................................................59
RESISTANCE DENOUNCES “COLLABORATORS” ...........................................................................................59
INDONESIA HOLDS TALKS WITH EAST TIMOR LEADERS .............................................................................59
JAKARTA WARNS TIMOR OFFICIALS .......................................................................................................60
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ARMED RESISTANCE NOT ‘MORIBUND’ .......................................................................................................60
FRETILIN IN REPLY TO LE MONDE...........................................................................................................61
TWO DECADES OF DEATH, DESPAIR & TORTURE IN INDONESIA’S ACHILLES HEEL ...................................61
LIVING IN DEATH’S SHADOW; THE LAST GUERRILLAS FIGHT ON ..............................................................63
EAST TIMOR AN UNCERTAIN PRIZE FOR INDONESIA..................................................................................63
EAST TIMOR VISITS RAISE HOPES ..............................................................................................................64
PRE-ANNIVERSARY CRACKDOWN RUMORED IN DILI .................................................................................65
EVENTS IN WEST PAPUA ........................................................................................................................... 65
FIRM “MORALLY INVOLVED” IN ALLEGED IRIAN KILLINGS .........................................................................65
NEW INTERNET RESOURCE ON WEST PAPUA..............................................................................................65
INDONESIAN MASSACRE CONFIRMED ........................................................................................................66
IRIAN JAYA REPORTS ..................................................................................................................................66
INDONESIA PROBES HUMAN RIGHTS ABUSES ............................................................................................68
AID CANCELED FOR GOLD PROJECT IN INDONESIA ..................................................................................69
EVENTS IN INDONESIA.............................................................................................................................. 69
LIBERATING OUR COLONIAL MINDSET ......................................................................................................69
AJI JOURNALISTS ON TRIAL........................................................................................................................72
ACHMAD TAUFIK AND EKO MARYADI, TRI AGUS TRIALS ........................................................................73
INDONESIA SAYS WILL CHECK PORTUGAL’S TV PLAN................................................................................74
INDONESIA’S SUHARTO SEES NO PLACE FOR OPPOSITION........................................................................75
INDONESIAN JOURNALIST JAILED FOR “INSULTING THE PRESIDENT” ......................................................75
INDONESIAN GOVERNMEN T “FACTS” ON EAST TIMOR................................................................................75
INDONESIA’S BRASS POLISHES ITSELF.......................................................................................................77
HOW BAD IS BAD IN EAST TIMOR? .........................................................................................................78
INDONESIAN HOUSE TO HOLD PLENARY SESSION ON EAST TIMOR ..........................................................79
JAKARTA POST: THE EAST TIMOR ISSUE.....................................................................................................79
INDONESIA: DEALING CAUTIOUSLY WITH RUMORS ...................................................................................79
INDONESIA ACTS AGAINST PAMPHLETEERS...........................................................................................80
INDONESIA’S LEGACY OF SUPPRESSION CONDEMNED ON 30TH ANNIVERSARY OF COUP ........................80
ELEVEN INDONESIAN NGO’S ISSUE STATEMENT ON EAST TIMOR ..............................................................81
SURABAYA LBH CRITICISES NGO’S ON TIMOR .......................................................................................81
THE DYNAMICS OF THE INDONESIAN PRO-DEMOCRACY MOVEMENT........................................................81
ABRI NAMES FACES BEHIND INCIDENTS ...................................................................................................86
UNIONIST, ACADEMIC DENY THEY ARE COMMUNISTS...........................................................................87
INDONESIA ETERNALLY ON ALERT TO COMMUNIST THREAT......................................................................87
ARMY RUMBLINGS OF COMMUNIST THREAT DEEMED DIVERSIONARY ..................................................88
INDONESIA SCHOLAR SAID IMMUNE FROM EXTRADITION.........................................................................89
INDONESIA HOLDS NAVAL WAR GAMES .....................................................................................................89
EAST TIMOR AT BEIJING CONFERENCE................................................................................................... 89
A MESSAGE TO THE BEIJING CONFERENCE FROM THE EAST TIMORESE WOMEN ......................................89
OMOMO MELEN PACIFIC.............................................................................................................................90
IFET’S GAL AT THE BEIJING NGO WOMEN’S FORUM ...................................................................................90
JAPANESE TV COVERAGE OF BEIJING.........................................................................................................91
UNITED NATIONS....................................................................................................................................... 91
UNSG PROGRESS REPORT ..........................................................................................................................91
GENERAL ASSEMBLY PRESIDENT MENTIONS EAST TIMOR IN OPENING STATEMENT.................................92
EAST TIMOR: U.N. PICKS UP THE PACE .......................................................................................................92
UNGA FOURTH COMMITTEE DISCUSSION BEGINS......................................................................................93
EAST TIMOR ACTION NETWORK CALLS FOR MORE FORCEFUL UN ACTION ON EAST TIMOR.......................94
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PROTESTORS FLOCK TO U.N. ANNIVERSARY GATHERING ..........................................................................94
SOARES BLASTS “OUTRAGEOUS SITUATION” IN EAST TIMOR......................................................................95
ALATAS’ RESPONSE TO SOARES’ UN SPEECH .........................................................................................95
UNITED NATIONS AT 50 AND EAST TIMOR: IT’S TIME FOR CHANGE............................................................95
EVENTS IN EUROPE................................................................................................................................... 96
NEON METIN IS BACK .................................................................................................................................96
OPEN LETTER TO NORWEGIAN PRIME MINISTER........................................................................................96
NORWEGIAN PM MEETS SUHARTO ..............................................................................................................98
EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT RESOLUTION .......................................................................................................98
INDONESIA CONDEMNED BY MEPS .......................................................................................................98
OH TIMOR! (PORTUGUESE SOCIALISTS COMMITTED TO ET)........................................................................98
BISHOP BELO NOMINATED FOR NOBEL PEACE PRIZE.................................................................................99
“THIS IS JUST THE BEGINNING”.............................................................................................................99
PEREZ DE CUELLAR ON INDONESIA ...........................................................................................................99
TIMORESE SEEK ASYLUM AT UK EMBASSY ........................................................................................... 100
TIMORESE SEEKING ASYLUM AT UK EMBASSY IN JAKARTA ...................................................................... 100
BRITISH COALITION FOR EAST TIMOR PRESS RELEASE ....................................................................... 101
ASYLUM BID ‘UNDER CONSIDERATION’.................................................................................................... 102
ANN CLWYD: ASYLUM MUST BE GRANTED ................................................................................................ 102
TIMORESE PLEAD FOR UK ASYLUM ........................................................................................................... 102
EAST TIMOR REBELS ASK BRITAIN FOR POLITICAL ASYLUM................................................................. 102
TIMORESE FLEE TO EMBASSY ............................................................................................................... 103
ASYLUM SEEKERS LEAVE TO PORTUGAL.................................................................................................... 103
EVENTS IN ENGLAND .............................................................................................................................. 103
BRITISH AID TO INDONESIA UNDER FIRE................................................................................................. 103
EAST TIMOR AND ARMS TRADE ON STAGE................................................................................................ 104
IRISH PRESIDENT ATTENDS PLAY ........................................................................................................ 104
RIGHT LIVELIHOOD AWARD FOR CARMEL BUDIARDJO ............................................................................ 104
‘ALTERNATIVE’ NOBEL PRIZE TO HONOUR FOUR ACTIVISTS ................................................................ 105
JAKARTA: AWARD FOR CARMEL BUDIARDJO ‘A POLITICAL JOKE’ ........................................................ 105
INTERVIEW: RLA LAUREATE CARMEL BUDIARDJO ................................................................................ 105
EVENTS IN IRELAND................................................................................................................................ 107
PLAYING THE GAME AND RESISTING BRITISH ARMS SALES TO INDONESIA ............................................ 107
NEW WEST PAPUA CAMPAIGN IN IRELAND ............................................................................................... 107
SPRING AND ALATAS CUT SHORT MEETING.............................................................................................. 107
SPRING WALKED OUT ON INDONESIAN MINISTER OVER TIMOR......................................................... 107
ALATAS ATTACKS IRISH FOREIGN MINISTER............................................................................................. 108
CORRECTING ALATAS’S “INACCURACIES” ABOUT “TRANSMIGRATION” IN EAST TIMOR ....................... 109
ALATAS UPSET AT SPRING’S TIMOR WORDS.............................................................................................. 110
OFF THE BUS AND ON TO THE HUMAN RIGHTS ROAD .............................................................................. 110
EVENTS IN ASIA-PACIFIC ........................................................................................................................ 111
APCET PROPOSAL: “LIGHT A FIRE” SYMBOLIC ACTIONS............................................................................ 111
NGO PARALLEL CONFERENCE TO THE APEC OSAKA SUMMIT.................................................................... 111
APEC OSAKA ET PRESS CONFERENCE....................................................................................................... 112
EVENTS IN AUSTRALIA............................................................................................................................ 113
REALPOLITIK V: THE LAW OF NATIONS ..................................................................................................... 113
SOCIALIST INTERNATIONAL RESOLUTION ................................................................................................ 113
KEATING, SUHARTO TO DISCUSS HUMAN RIGHTS.................................................................................... 113
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CANBERRA KEEPING ON JAKARTA’S RIGHT SIDE ..................................................................................... 114
KEATING HITS HUMAN RIGHTS BLOCK ON WAY TO BOOST JAKARTA TIES ............................................... 114
JAKARTA HINTS AT EN VOY MOVE............................................................................................................. 115
EAST TIMORESE PLEAD FOR UN ACTION .................................................................................................. 115
LEGAL MOVES AGAINST EAST TIMOR REFUGEES....................................................................................... 116
BACKSLIDING SHAMES AUSTRALIANS.................................................................................................. 116
REFUGEE TRIBUNAL WILL TREAT EACH CASE ON MERIT........................................................................... 117
HOSTAGES TO HISTORY ............................................................................................................................ 117
RECONSIDER TIMOR MOVE....................................................................................................................... 118
DIGGERS FIGHT FOR BOAT PEOPLE ..................................................................................................... 118
TIMORESE DISMISS CLAIM BY KEATING ................................................................................................... 118
LET THE TIMORESE REFUGEES STAY!........................................................................................................ 119
REFUGEE RULING SPARKS ANGER ........................................................................................................... 119
EAST TIMOR REFUGEES: LET THEM STAY!................................................................................................. 119
IN MEMORY OF DENIS FRENEY................................................................................................................ 121
EVENTS IN NEW ZEALAND ...................................................................................................................... 121
FLAG PROTEST........................................................................................................................................... 121
FLAG BURNING RESPONSES................................................................................................................. 121
NZ REGRETS REPEATED BURNING OF INDONESIAN FLAG ................................................................... 122
ET INDEPENDENCE COMMITTEE PROTESTS POLICE HARASSMENT OF MANU CADDIE........................ 122
TIMOR ACTION CALL ................................................................................................................................. 122
NEW ZEALAND VIGIL / JOSÉ RAMOS HORTA VISIT.................................................................................. 122
EVENTS INVOLVING THE UNITED STATES.............................................................................................. 123
AMBASSADOR ALBRIGHT IN JAKARTA ...................................................................................................... 123
THE DEBATE OVER U.S. TAX DOLLARS IN EAST TIMOR.............................................................................. 123
FEINGOLD AND STATE DEPARTMENT VIEWS ON IMET AND EAST TIMOR.................................................. 124
JIMMY CARTER TO LOOK INTO TIMOR ISSUE............................................................................................ 126
INDONESIA AND THE U.S.: 30 YEARS OF LIVING DANGEROUSLY ............................................................ 126
COMING NY EVENTS ON EAST TIMOR ....................................................................................................... 127
NAIRN: FREE EAST TIMOR ......................................................................................................................... 127
ACTION ALERT: CALL CONGRESS ON IMET ............................................................................................... 128
CONGRESSIONAL LETTER ON IMET...................................................................................................... 128
CONGRESS LIMITS IMET FOR INDONESIA............................................................................................ 129
CONGRESSIONAL LETTERS TO CLINTON.................................................................................................. 129
CLINTON, SUHARTO MAY AVOID RIGHTS ISSUES ..................................................................................... 130
PRESIDENT CLINTON RAISED EAST TIMOR WITH INDONESIAN PRESIDEN T SUHARTO ............................ 131
CLINTON, SUHARTO TALK HUMAN RIGHTS .......................................................................................... 131
INDONESIA WOOS AMERICAN BUSINESS ................................................................................................. 132
FIVE NAMED FOR PRESS FREEDOM AWARDS............................................................................................ 132
INDONESIA BUYING U.S. F-16’S?............................................................................................................ 132
NO US ARMS SALES TO DICTATORS .......................................................................................................... 132
OWENS: US MAY LIFT F-16S SALES BAN.................................................................................................... 133
INDONESIA STILL STUDIES US OFFER TO SELL F-16S ............................................................................... 134
JET FIGHTERS DO NOT VIOLATE RIGHTS .................................................................................................. 134
INDONESIA PLAYS DOWN MILITARY PURCHASES ..................................................................................... 135
CLINTON OFFERS F-16S TO INDONESIA – NEWSPAPER............................................................................. 135
INDONESIA SEEKS U.S. EXPORT CREDITS FOR F-16S ............................................................................... 136
VOA — US F-16S TO INDONESIA? .............................................................................................................. 136
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RESOURCES............................................................................................................................................. 136
“EYEWITNESS” BOOK LAUNCH .................................................................................................................. 136
BOOK TO PORTRAY ‘91 MASSACRE ....................................................................................................... 137
TIMOR NET AROUSES INDONESIA’S CURIOSITY ....................................................................................... 137
ELECTRONIC RESOURCES ON EAST TIMOR.......................................................................................... 138
NEW ET MONOGRAPH ............................................................................................................................... 139

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