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East Timor Report

No. 5 November 1983 - Jakarta's New Offensive

Contents:

  • Red Cross aid blocked at critical time
  • New army chief is a hardliner on Timor
  • UN defers Timor vote
  • Minister to Review Timor admissions policy

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East Timor Report

East Timor Report No.6 - Jakarta's offensive increases suffering in East Timor

Contains:

  • UN Human Rights Commission looks at East Timor again.
  • Indonesian Bishops call for end to war In East Timor
  • International aid bodies take up Timor issue
  • UNICEF in East Timor
  • 105 members of US Congress urge Reagan to act on Timor
  • British government to consult UN Secretary-General about sending a UN envoy to East Timor
  • A Timorese appeal for support

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East Timor Report

East Timor Report No.7 - Jakarta intensifies East Timor offensive

Contents:

  • Morrison report gravely deficient: study
  • Timorese unhappy with new family reunion program
  • Fretilin proposes tripartite talks
  • Ex-commando rates Fretilin survival chances high
  • Aid group denied access
  • Portuguese Bishops: 'the injustice the Timorese people suffer' must end
  • Amnesty fears for 'disappeared'
  • Most Timorese reject integration: Dutch Church agency
  • How Australia can stop the fighting in East Timor

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East Timor Report

No. 10. Timorese Church wants self-determination and support.

Contents:

  • New Zealand ditches Timor
  • East Timor: only guided tourists welcome
  • UN human rights body drops Timor from agenda
  • Catholic Institute criticizes passivity of Western Governments on Timor
  • The Church must stand up for Timor: report
  • CCA conference resolution
  • Eat Timor: only guided tourists welcome

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East Timor Report

No. 9 December 1984 - Amnesty Report

Contents:

  • UN again defers Timor debate
  • Australian Catholic Orders Support Timor Church
  • Asian youth assembly backs self-determination
  • Portuguese YMCA alarmed at oppression in Timor
  • Bill Morrison and Benny Murdani
  • ACFOA calls for talks
  • Indigenous Peoples Conference condemns Indonesia
  • Fretilin Peace plan
  • Urgent Memo

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East Timor Report

No. 11

Contents:

  • Fretilin radio link reopened
  • Hawke recognizes Indonesian sovereignty
  • Timor put on women's agenda
  • Fretilin leader welcomes UN initiative
  • UN decolonization Committee hearings
  • African states press Secretary-General
  • Minorities Sub-Commission not interested
  • Australian aid to UNICEF
  • Timor divides Asian Christians
  • New Red Cross situation report
  • US Congress challenges Reagan on Timor
  • Major new Amnesty report
  • 427 MPs endorse Timor declaration

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East Timor Report

East Timor Report No. 8 - Timorese leaders urge support for talks

Contents:

  • 123 US Congress reps. urge settlement of Timor conflict
  • Japanese Bishops appeal to Portugal
  • Australian unions support self-determination
  • Portugal to push for self-determination
  • Pope voices concern over Timor
  • UN Secretary-General's report
  • Appeal to women
  • Ambassador's visit 'too narrow'

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