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  1. Indonesia to send top shuttlers to Europian tournamentsRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | Newkerala.com

    The players will vie at the Denmark Open from October 13-18, French Open from October 20-25, and Grand Prix Gold Bitburger in Germany from October 27 to November 1, said Rexy Mainaky, a senior official of the Indonesian Badminton Association, Xinhua reported. "The preparation by the players is good so far," he said at the badminton training center.


  2. How Shah Rukh Khan helped Timor rediscover loveRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 13 | The Indian Express

    "We Timorese knew about love, but we had forgotten it in the midst of conflict. It was Bollywood and especially Shah Rukh Khan who taught us the real meaning of love," Hugo Garcia, a young protocol officer with the ministry of foreign affairs.


  3. Rappers visit East Timor to mark 40th anniversary of Balibo Five deathsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 12 | ABC News

    It is almost 40 years since a group of Australian journalists known as the Balibo Five were gunned down by Indonesian forces in East Timor on October 16, 1975. There will be ceremonies across Australia and East Timor marking their deaths, but the brother of killed sound recordist Tony Stewart wanted to do something more.


  4. Darwin and Dili to exchange doctorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 10 | NEWS.com.au

    IT'S a grisly death row conundrum. This place has 24 death row inmates to kill, and no way to do it.


  5. WHO calls for focus on neglected tropical diseasesRead the original story

    Thursday Sep 10 | Newkerala.com

    The World Health Organisation on Thursday called for renewed commitments and focused efforts to eliminate neglected tropical diseases which continue to disable, disfigure and kill people in South-East Asia. The diseases include kala azar, leprosy, yaws, lymphatic filariasis and schistosomiasis.


  6. Focus on neglected tropical diseases: WHORead the original story

    Thursday Sep 10 | Newkerala.com

    The World Health Organization has called for renewed commitments and focused efforts to eliminate neglected tropical diseases - kala azar, leprosy, yaws, lymphatic filariasis and schistosomiasis - which continue to disable, disfigure and kill people in the WHO South-East Asia Region. Though called neglected diseases, these are diseases of the people who are neglected, the poorest of the poor.


  7. Puckapunyal: How a place of refuge in 1999 could assist Syrians in need todayRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 8, 2015 | ABC News

    The Victorian Government is pushing for Puckapunyal army base to be used to house Syrians fleeing war, but it would not be the first time the barracks has provided shelter to desperate people seeking protection. While it is unclear when the full increase will happen, in a letter to Prime Minister Tony Abbott, Mr Andrews said Victoria "stands ready" to help house and re-settle people displaced by the conflict .


  8. India's soft stand on tobacco draws fireRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 7, 2015 | The Times of India

    DILI : Delay by India to implement larger pictorial warnings on packs of tobacco products came up for criticism at the World Health Organisation's regional meet here as delegates assessed tobacco-control measures by countries in the region. "We are going to emphasise on it at the roundtable.


  9. Alton native exemplifies missionary spirit in East TimorRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 20, 2015 | Globe Catholic Newspaper

    It was during grade school years at St. Mary's Academy in Alton when Dr. Dan Murphy began to cultivate a missionary spirit.


  10. WHO Southeast Asia meet in Dili Sept 7-11Read the original story

    Sep 2, 2015 | The Daily Star

    Health ministers of the 11 countries of WHO's Southeast Asia Region are meeting in Dili, Timor-Leste, on September 7-11 to set health priorities and discuss the health agenda for the region. Coming close on the heels of the earthquakes in Nepal and the spread of MERS Coronavirus, strengthening response to emergencies and outbreaks and building capacities under the International Health Regulation 2005 will be one of the key areas for discussion at the 68th Session of the Regional Committee Meeting, according to a press release.


  11. JAKARTA : Indonesia, Timor Leste agree to resolve border problems, boost tiesRead the original story

    Aug 28, 2015 | Asia News Network

    Indonesia and Timor Leste agreed on Wednesday to begin negotiating unresolved land and maritime border issues and enhance bilateral ties, particularly on trade and investment. The commitment was made during a meeting with President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo and Timor Leste Prime Minister Rui Maria de Arajo at the Merdeka Palace in Central Jakarta on Wednesday.


  12. Jimmy Carter's Blood-Soaked LegacyRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 19, 2015 | OpEdNews

    A few days ago former President Jimmy Carter announced that he has cancer and it is spreading. While it would be premature to assume this spells the end for the 90-year-old, it does present an opportunity to take stock of the tenure of a President who, like the current occupant of the White House, entered office with a promise to respect human rights, but failed miserably when given the opportunity to do so.


  13. Cardinal recalls 500th anniversary of East Timor's evangelizationRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 18, 2015 | Catholic World News

    A day after the signing of a diplomatic accord between the Holy See and Timor-Leste , the Vatican's Secretary of State was the principal celebrant at a Mass commemorating the 500th anniversary of the area's evangelization. Cardinal Pietro Parolin, acting at the Pope's legate for the occasion, celebrated the Mass on August 15 in Tasitolu, near the nation's capital of Dili.


  14. Marie Leadbeater: Defence ties with Indonesia valued over Timor Leste justiceRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 6, 2015 | The New Zealand Herald

    I went to contribute to a conference at the National University of Timor-Lorosa'e, where one theme was the role of Western nations during the 1975 Indonesian invasion and 24 years of occupation. In April 1999, the Indonesian military was still in control and, unbeknown to me, about to unleash a wave of unspeakable violence against the population.


  15. 17:40 Portugal's Global Trade and Investment Agency plans to open office in AstanaRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 4, 2015 | AkiPress

    Portugal's Global Trade and Investment Agency plans to open its office in Astana, Kazakhstan by the end of 2016, the agency's head, Miguel Frasquilho said. AICEP will open offices in Dili , Seoul this year and in Mumbai next year too.


  16. As East Timor moves forward, Navy takes an interest in partnershipRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 27, 2015 | Stars and Stripes

    U.S. sailors help members of East Timor's Defense Force work on fire hose-handling skills aboard the guided-missile destroyer USS Kidd during 2014 Cooperation Afloat Readiness and Training in East Timor. About 150 U.S. sailors have arrived in East Timor for this year's CARAT exercise.


  17. 'OK Bathie. We have a problem. Just keep talking'Read the original story w/Photo

    Jul 24, 2015 | NEWS.com.au

    YOU watched her on TV for 20 years and no matter what, Chris Bath was the ultimate professional. Little did you know, an on-air disaster was never far away.


  18. Garuda Indonesia expands cargo capacityRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 18, 2015 | Air Transport World

    Indonesian flag carrier Garuda Indonesia has signed an agreement with local cargo carrier Cardig Air to coordinate on cargo shipping throughout the region. Cardig currently operates three Boeing 737-300F cargo aircraft, principally on domestic routes between major hubs in Indonesia but also to international destinations such as Singapore, Brunei, Vietnam and Malaysia.


  19. The Pitfalls of UN Nation-buildingRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 24, 2008 | CFR.org

    The United Nations, founded after World War II to maintain peace and international security, has evolved into the world's central nation-building body. UN peacekeeping missions over the years have increasingly taken on a leading role in rebuilding conflict-shattered states from El Salvador to Liberia to Cambodia to the Balkans.


  20. Timor spy scandal: Former ASIS officer facing prosecutionRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 21, 2015 | Sydney Morning Herald

    A former Australian Secret Intelligence Service officer and star witness for East Timor in a bitter dispute with the Abbott government over $40 billion in oil and gas revenue is facing criminal prosecution. Fairfax Media has learned the Australian Federal Police sent a brief of evidence to prosecutors in February following an investigation that lasted 14 months.