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March 1, 2018

Statements ›› East Timor ›› Political & Economic Crisis
Fundasaun Mahein Statement - March 1, 2018

Since last July, Timor-Leste has endured political gridlock that has kept attention on political parties and sidelined the development of policies that could benefit the people of Timor

November 18, 2011

Reports ›› East Timor ›› Political & Economic Crisis
International Crisis Group - November 18, 2011

Overview

September 14, 2008

Reports ›› East Timor ›› Political & Economic Crisis
United Nations Integrated Mission in Timor-Leste - September 14, 2008

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May 14, 2008

News ›› East Timor ›› Political & Economic Crisis
Green Left Weekly - May 14, 2008

Tony Iltis – A realignment of political forces appears to be underway in East Timor, with the signing of an agreement for a strategic alliance for future elections between the largest p

May 1, 2008

Reports ›› East Timor ›› Political & Economic Crisis
James Dunn - May 2008

October 10, 2006

Reports ›› East Timor ›› Political & Economic Crisis
International Crisis Group (Brussles/Jakarta) Asia Report No 120 - 10 October 2006

January 1, 2003

News ›› East Timor ›› Political & Economic Crisis
Red Pepper (UK) - January 2003

Shravanti Reddy – What began as a peaceful student protest on December 4 in the East Timor capital city of Dili ended in the largest violent conflict the nation has seen since independe

December 20, 2002

News ›› East Timor ›› Political & Economic Crisis
World Socialist Web Site - December 20, 2002

John Ward and Peter Symonds – In the wake of violent protests in the capital of Dili on December 4, the East Timorese government, backed by UN officials, has attempted to deflect attent

December 16, 2002

News ›› East Timor ›› Political & Economic Crisis
Lusa - December 16, 2002

Dili – The parliamentary inquiry into Dili's deadly rioting found that street demonstrations began "spontaneously" but appeared to have turned into mob action for "political motivations

January 23, 1999

News ›› Indonesia ›› Political & Economic Crisis
Agence France Presse - January 23, 1999

Jakarta – Renewed violence and killings underscored tension Saturday in the eastern Indonesian city of Ambon after days of rioting that left 45 dead and massive destruction, residents s

January 22, 1999

News ›› Indonesia ›› Political & Economic Crisis
Indonesian Observer - January 22, 1999

Jakarta – Sporadic clashes between two ethnic groups have flared up in West Kalimantan, claiming four lives and injuring one man seriously.

January 21, 1999

News ›› Indonesia ›› Political & Economic Crisis
Reuters - January 21, 1999

Surabaya – Five people accused of being black magicians were murdered over the past two weeks in Indonesia's East Java province, a cleric said on Thursday.

News ›› Indonesia ›› Political & Economic Crisis
Associated Press - January 21, 1999 (abridged)

Jakarta – Security forces patrolled three remote eastern Indonesian islands and imposed a curfew Friday after days of deadly rioting by rival mobs of Christians and Muslims.

News ›› Indonesia ›› Political & Economic Crisis
Agence France Presse - January 21, 1999

Jakarta – At least five outbreaks of mob violence on Indonesia's Java island marred the two-day Moslem Eid al-Fitr holiday in addition to rioting in Maluku in which 20 died, officials a

January 20, 1999

News ›› Indonesia ›› Political & Economic Crisis
Associated Press - January 20, 1999

Jakarta – Bloody rioting among rival mobs of Christians and Muslims flared for a third straight day Thursday on a remote island in eastern Indonesia.

January 16, 1999

News ›› Indonesia ›› Political & Economic Crisis
Jakarta Post - January 16, 1999

Jakarta – The country's crippled rupiah tumbled again on Friday to hit an intraday low of 9,300 against the U.S.

News ›› Indonesia ›› Political & Economic Crisis
Australian Financial Review - January 16, 1999

Greg Earl, Jakarta – The Indonesian Government has warned domestic critics it would be courting disaster to back away from a 300 trillion rupiah ($50 billion) bank recapitalisation prog

News ›› Indonesia ›› Political & Economic Crisis
Jakarta Post - January 16, 1999

Clashes among residents from several villages in the district of Sabbang in LUWU regency which have killed at least three people and injured dozens more continued on Thursday.

January 15, 1999

News ›› Indonesia ›› Political & Economic Crisis
Associated Press - January 15, 1999

Jakarta – The total number of Indonesian now living in poverty has reached 130 million, a sharp increase from 80 million in mid-last year, an official report said Friday.

January 13, 1999

News ›› Indonesia ›› Political & Economic Crisis
Straits Times - January 13, 1999

Jakarta – Indonesia could lose US$5 billion in foreign investment due to political and security problems, Investment Minister Hamzah Haz was quoted as saying yesterday.

News ›› Indonesia ›› Political & Economic Crisis
Reuters - January 13, 1999

Andrew Marshall, Jakarta – The Indonesian rupiah dropped more than five percent against the dollar on Wednesday on regional weakness, fears of fresh domestic unrest and wrangling over t

News ›› Indonesia ›› Political & Economic Crisis
Indonesian Observer - January 13, 1999

Bandung – West Java Police Chief Major General Chairuddin yesterday said his office would deploy sharpshooters along coastal roads to protect travelers during the post-Ramadhan festivit

News ›› Indonesia ›› Political & Economic Crisis
Jakarta Post - January 13, 1999

Jakarta – At least 39,800 hectares of plantations were looted during 1998, causing an estimated material loss of around Rp 196 billion (about US$26 million), a senior official of the Mi

News ›› Indonesia ›› Political & Economic Crisis
Asia Inc - January 13, 1999

It's late on Saturday afternoon, but the man who runs the fourth-largest nation on earth isn't anticipating any weekend relaxation.

January 11, 1999

News ›› Indonesia ›› Political & Economic Crisis
Straits Times - January 11, 1999

Jakarta – This city is facing the prospect of buckling under the strain of a number of serious social problems resulting from sharp increases in the number of jobless people and a conti