• Dili - East Timor's capital city and Asia's most unsung destination

    East Timor is home to Dili, one of a few cities where coral reefs are just steps from the city center...and where traces of a Portuguese colony remain amidst the vibrant Asia-Pacific ethnic culture. The Destination Thailand team was given the rare opportunity to visit East Timor on special assignment.

    published: 14 Oct 2015
  • Dili city

    Visit the beach in Dili, Timor Leste after the meeting in AAF. Most of things in Timor was import from other countries like rice from Indonesia, thai, etc. They can grow very little according to the family base on natural grow. They plan to bring Tractor from abroad to cultivate for more. Beach also very nice people caught fish and sell at the beach. The water so dark blue when we look from the Christ statute mountain on the hill. We Cambodian team and india, philippine from action asia enjoin and hope to see this country develop :)

    published: 27 Sep 2012
  • 7 facts about East Timor

    Learn, Share, Subscribe ------------------------------------------------ Watch the Asian series here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLbZJ71IJGFRRGIkTyr4u371Fx6e88Qx2N Here is the European Series: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLbZJ71IJGFRTa_XMM9a4hDh2Yo9CsZzOR Follow: https://plus.google.com/+blinder00 https://twitter.com/Sebastian2Go https://www.facebook.com/official7facts ------------------------------------------------ In this brief video you can find seven little known facts about East Timor. More information about the video content bellow: 1. The first new nation of the 21st century is located in Southeast Asia, just north of Australia. A Portuguese colony from the 17th century until 1975, Timor-Leste shares the island of Timor with Indonesia. When the Portuguese le...

    published: 28 Nov 2015
  • Dili, East Timor - Travel Around The World

    Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYTtl9EEkJaDWJgIdX40-Cg?sub_confirmation=1 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Travel.Around.The.World.0/ email: theworld.travelaround@gmail.com Government Palace (Palácio do Governo): https://goo.gl/maps/P6kuHsNqt3n Presidential Palace (Presidência da República Democrática de Timor-Leste): https://goo.gl/maps/MDqVt87h9MQ2 Ministry of Defense (Ministerio da Defesa): https://goo.gl/maps/ek6cv7ymj7R2 Statue of Jesus (Cristo Rei Statue), Fatucama Beach (Cape Fatucama), Cristo Rei Beach (Praia de Cristo Rei), Areia Branca Beach (Areia Branca Bay): https://goo.gl/maps/eGMhCfUgB5s Statue of Pope John Paul II (Papa João Paulo II Statue): https://goo.gl/maps/mEVpByPZWrF2 Motael Church (Predio Igreja Antonio Motael): https://goo.gl/maps/KKzg8QXdMoE2 An N...

    published: 24 Jul 2016
  • Violence and looting continue in East Timor capital

    1. Various of people looting warehouses 2. Various of Australian troops walking amongst looters 3. Various of people looting warehouses 4. Wide of children and others inside refugee camp 5. Girls eating and preparing food at camp 6. Close up of young boy eating 7. Various of refugees preparing food 8. Wide exterior of IOM (International Organisation for Migration) building 9. SOUNDBITE: (English) Luiz Vieira, Chief of IOM East Timor mission: "We have a very, fairly accurate figure of 60,000, 65,000 people in the internally displaced camps in Dili and around Dili. And we estimate that another 30,000 people or so that have been displaced in the districts. So the total number of people in IDP (internally displaced persons) centres in Timor is estimated at maybe 100,000 people." 10...

    published: 28 Jul 2015
  • EAST TIMOR: DILI: FOOTAGE OF DESTRUCTION IN CAPITAL

    Indonesian/Nat Dramatic footage from the capital of East Timor show Indonesian soldiers herding pro-independence supporters out of town as militias loot and burn. The pictures were taken the same day Catholic Bishop Carlos Belo, an advocate for East Timor's independence, fled the island. Before he left, the Nobel Peace laureate expressed hopes that East Timor could one day find peace and freedom. A rare glimpse of the chaos in East Timor. As buildings burned across the city, armed militiamen rampaged through shops and homes, collecting their booty in piles on street corners. The compound which used to house more than 50 U-N vehicles now stands empty and charred. Hundreds of civilians are sequestered nearby inside the besieged U-N compound, while others are staying here at the police...

    published: 23 Jul 2015
  • Díli, Vibrant and Faith-filled Capital of Timor-Leste

    http://SupremeMasterTV.com -- THE WORLD AROUND US Díli, Vibrant and Faith-filled Capital of Timor-Leste. Episode: 1655, Air Date: 27 March 2011. Welcome, loving viewers, to The World Around Us. Today, we will travel to a tropical island country where the Pacific and Indian Oceans meet. Southeast of Indonesia and north of Australia, across the Timor Sea is the lovely country of Timor-Leste, which consists of three islands and a separate exclave. These include the eastern half of the Timor island, an exclave on the northwestern side of the island, as well as the nearby two peripheral islands Atauro and Jaco. As the easternmost end of the Lesser Sunda Islands, Timor-Leste is beautifully called the "eastern rising sun" in Tetum, one of the official languages of the nation. Timor-Leste beaut...

    published: 25 May 2011
  • Maudabak- An East Timor Financial Literacy Movie

    Maudabak is part of Tuba Rai Metin and Kaubauk’s initiative to educate the youth of East Timor to become more financially independent. It is a story that plays out on the streets of the country's capital, Dili. It uses comedy and satire to explore financial literacy concepts such as prioritizing wants vs needs, savings money and planning for the future. It is part of Tuba Rai Metin's goal of enhancing financial literacy and inclusion on a large scale in East Timor. Kaubauk Investiment no Finansas, S.A. is East Timor's leading MFI. Tuba Rai Metin translate to "Stand Firmly on the Ground" and is an NGO that focusses supporting poor families and women in East Timor to participate in inclusive growth through the provision of livelihood promotion services. For more information check out: www....

    published: 14 Dec 2016
  • EAST TIMOR: PRO-INDEPENDENCE SUPPORTERS THREATEN MUSLIMS

    Indonesian/Nat Muslims who have lived in East Timor's capital, Dili for more than ten years are now facing problems in the city since the recent conflict erupted in the territory. Since then, Muslims in East Timor, a predominantly Roman catholic territory, are now considered the enemy by pro-independence supporters. Some members of the Islamic community, no longer welcome in the capital are seeking refuge in the Annur mosque in Dili. One 180 Muslims (40 families) have taken refuge in the mosque. They have been here since September 8th. Many of the Muslims in Dili originally came from Sumatra and Java and have lived here, in the East Timorese capital between 7 and 11 years . They came to East Timor for commercial reasons - to be traders, as well as to spread the word o...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • EAST TIMOR: DILI: RIVAL GANG VIOLENCE

    Natural Sound Rival armed gangs clashed in the streets of the East Timor capital Dili on Sunday. The United Nations administration in East Timor claims the violence was sparked by pro-Jakarta groups who oppose independence. Hundreds of young rival gang members armed with machetes, sticks and stones confronted each other in running battles. The riot first erupted at a soccer stadium during a martial arts demonstration. It quickly spread to the markets in the centre of Dili. Hundreds of youths attacked each other with knives, machetes, sticks and stones. At least five people were hurt, one of them seriously. Police moved in to break up the clashes arresting at least 15 people, but the skirmishes lasted several hours. Dozens of people were searched for weapons, b...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Dili, capital of East Timor

    Beautiful and unspoiled beaches, mountains, forests and so much more, here in Indonesia's Dili! A lovely Timor sunset, too... Dili, spelled Díli in Portuguese, is the capital, largest city, chief port and commercial centre of East Timor. Dili lies on the northern coast of Timor island, the easternmost of the Lesser Sunda Islands. It is the seat of the administration of the district of Dili, which is the administrative entity of the area and includes the island of Atauro and some cities close to Dili city. The city is divided into the subdistricts of Nain Feto, Vera Cruz, Dom Aleixo and Cristo Rei and is divided into several sucos, which are headed by an elected chefe de suco. 18 of the 26 sucos of the four sub-districts are categorized as urban. There is no city administration beside t...

    published: 09 Dec 2011
  • EAST TIMOR DILI INDEPENDENCE VOTE SECURITY

    English/Indonesian U-N officials have accused militia groups of making a last-minute attempt to derail Monday's vote on possible independence for East Timor by scaring voters away from the polls. The U-N and international observers are worried the vote will be marred by violence which has plagued the island for years and intensified in recent months. Indonesian police and security forces will provide security - but their track record is not excellent and fear is in the air. The Indonesian police are visible around the capital and elsewhere in East Timor. But their ability to provide security for all Timorese has repeatedly come into doubt. Some say they are simply ineffective. Others accuse them of helping those who support continued union with Indonesia in their intimidation tactic...

    published: 13 Jan 2016
  • INDONESIA: EAST TIMOR REFUGEES FLEE PRO-INDONESIAN GROUPS

    Eng/Indonesian About 200 people from villages around East Timor's capital Dili were sheltering on Tuesday at the home of a pro-independence leader in the city. They said they fled their homes after being harassed by pro-Indonesian armed groups. An estimated 3-thousand villagers were also taking shelter in Suai, 80 kilometres (50 miles) southwest of Dili. They fled there after violence and threats between pro- and anti-independence groups. Last week, Indonesia said it would consider granting independence to East Timor if its inhabitants reject a plan for greater autonomy now being discussed at U-N-sponsored talks. Pro-Indonesian activists have warned of the possibility of civil war among rival East Timorese factions if Indonesia withdraws troops from the territory ...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • EAST TIMOR: UN PEACEKEEPING MISSION: SECURITY

    Eng/Indonesian Australian peacekeeping forces occupied an area of the East Timorese capital on Friday in their biggest show of strength on the ground so far. An estimated 15-hundred troops backed up by attack helicopters moved in to secure the area. The Australian peacekeepers carried out house to house searches to flush out any militiamen still operating in the area. Troops and armoured personnel carriers sealed off a central district near Dili's port and conducted a house-to-house search for militiamen. Blackhawk helicopters hovered overhead throughout the operation, which was still under way after two hours. An estimated 15-hundred troops took part in the operation. Witnesses saw Australian troops detaining three unidentified men who were ordered to lie face do...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • INDONESIA: EAST TIMOR: DILI: VIOLENCE CLASHES LATEST

    Natural Sound Hundreds of anti-independence militiamen clashed with pro-independence supporters on Wednesday, close to the U-N headquarters in East Timor's capital of Dili. The fighting blocked the streets outside the U-N compound, trapping people inside. A U-N security officer confirmed that nearly two hundred people - including U-N officials and journalists - have taken shelter in an auditorium within the compound. Pro-independence supporters, armed with rocks and machetes, clashed with rival anti-separatist group on the streets just outside of U-N headquarters in Dili. It was the most serious confrontation between the two groups since last Monday's polling day. Earlier pledges by both sides to lay down weapons turned out to be empty promises, as chaos once again took...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • INDONESIA: EAST TIMOR: UNREST

    English/Nat Hundreds of anti-independence militiamen fired homemade guns and burned houses and cars on Saturday after thousands rallied in East Timor's capital to demonstrate their loyalty to Indonesia. Some fired shots and pelted rocks at the home of prominent pro-independence politician Manuel Carrascalao, the brother of a former East Timor governor. The number of people injured in Saturday's violence was not immediately known. A thousands-strong anti-independence rally in the East Timor capital of Dili turned nasty on Saturday when hundreds of militiamen randomly opened fire and burned houses. Amongst the houses and buildings attacked was the home of prominent pro-independence politician Manuel Carrascalao. Dozens of people, many of them displaced villagers who had fl...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
Dili - East Timor's capital city and Asia's most unsung destination

Dili - East Timor's capital city and Asia's most unsung destination

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East Timor is home to Dili, one of a few cities where coral reefs are just steps from the city center...and where traces of a Portuguese colony remain amidst the vibrant Asia-Pacific ethnic culture. The Destination Thailand team was given the rare opportunity to visit East Timor on special assignment.
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Dili city

Dili city

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Visit the beach in Dili, Timor Leste after the meeting in AAF. Most of things in Timor was import from other countries like rice from Indonesia, thai, etc. They can grow very little according to the family base on natural grow. They plan to bring Tractor from abroad to cultivate for more. Beach also very nice people caught fish and sell at the beach. The water so dark blue when we look from the Christ statute mountain on the hill. We Cambodian team and india, philippine from action asia enjoin and hope to see this country develop :)
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7 facts about East Timor

7 facts about East Timor

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  • Updated: 28 Nov 2015
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Learn, Share, Subscribe ------------------------------------------------ Watch the Asian series here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLbZJ71IJGFRRGIkTyr4u371Fx6e88Qx2N Here is the European Series: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLbZJ71IJGFRTa_XMM9a4hDh2Yo9CsZzOR Follow: https://plus.google.com/+blinder00 https://twitter.com/Sebastian2Go https://www.facebook.com/official7facts ------------------------------------------------ In this brief video you can find seven little known facts about East Timor. More information about the video content bellow: 1. The first new nation of the 21st century is located in Southeast Asia, just north of Australia. A Portuguese colony from the 17th century until 1975, Timor-Leste shares the island of Timor with Indonesia. When the Portuguese left in 1975, Indonesia invaded and annexed East Timor. The United Nations condemned Indonesia's occupation and in 1999 a UN-organized referendum guided East Timor to independence on May 20, 2002. 2. Dili is Timor-Leste’s capital city and largest city. Located on the island’s northern coast, Dili was settled as a port city by Portuguese traders in 1520. Dili became the capital of Portuguese Timor in 1864, and has remained the capital of Timor-Leste. 3. “Timor” comes from the Malay word timur, which means “east” – so the name East Timor can be translated to “east east.” The East Timorese often call their country Timor Lorosa’e. Lorosa’e means “rising sun”. 4. Due to its past as a colony of Portugal, East Timor is today one of only two Asian countries with a Christian majority (the other one being the Philippines). About 97% of Timorese are Roman Catholics and around 2% are Protestants. 5. East Timorese creation myth has it that an aging crocodile transformed into the island of Timor as part of a debt repayment to a young boy who had helped the crocodile when it was sick. As a result, the island is shaped like a crocodile and the boy's descendants are the native East Timorese who inhabit it. 6. The economy of East Timor is in shambles, neglected under Portuguese rule, and deliberately sabotaged by occupation troops during the war for independence from Indonesia. As a result, the country is among the poorest in the world. Close to half of the population lives in poverty, and as many as 70 per cent face chronic food insecurity. 7. To look at a map of Timor-Leste, it is easy to think that the people of Timor-Leste might have descended from the Indonesians, because of its proximity. This would be incorrect; they are descended from the aboriginal people of Australia and Sri Lanka. However the first signs of homo-sapiens are about 42 thousand years old! More Info: http://travel.nationalgeographic.com/travel/countries/timor-leste-facts/ http://easttimornow.com.au/about-east-timor/fast-facts.aspx http://asianhistory.about.com/od/timorlesteeasttimor/p/ProfEastTimor.htm http://www.factsking.com/countries/timor-leste-east-timor/ Music: Bensound - Energy http://www.bensound.com/royalty-free-music Images: http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-xQSA8MyZMYM/UKjEwblQ8iI/AAAAAAAADmI/fHszYFXuqMg/s1600/Flag+of+East+Timor++(3).JPG https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/c/cc/East_Timor_on_the_globe_(Southeast_Asia_centered).svg/2000px-East_Timor_on_the_globe_(Southeast_Asia_centered).svg.png https://angusmccoll.files.wordpress.com/2011/07/img_3530.jpg http://static.guim.co.uk/sys-images/Guardian/Pix/pictures/2015/8/4/1438652721405/5881875275_4946fa6ab6_o-2060x1236.jpeg http://orig09.deviantart.net/8734/f/2007/234/d/4/east_timor_sea_sunrise_by_deepfar.jpg https://alexautindotcom.files.wordpress.com/2012/01/timor-sunrise-and-palms_phixr.jpg https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/3/36/Church_of_St_Matthew,_Maubisse,_East_Timor_(314065283).jpg http://t1.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcR_d87m0zsok6F_u0ilXCAVQA4g5E6DetThszGjWm6pHdYgnJKRpQ http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-T0296bUtnnI/Tt2uzW_MuqI/AAAAAAAAAnM/8LloCijCG5g/s1600/BoyCroc_Cover.jpg http://www.etan.org/resource/images/BoyTetum-Front-Cover.jpg http://urwhatueat.files.wordpress.com/2012/12/university-of-north-dakota.jpg http://res.cloudinary.com/hzydyu7zz/image/upload/v1382060068/nzjdlaczox81u69ovo0v.jpg http://www.seasite.niu.edu/easttimor/proud%20east%20timorese.jpg Intro: Creation by Shaheen http://topfreeintro.com/creation-free-intro-template-after-effecs/ Jonjass Designs https://www.youtube.com/user/JonjassDesigns Intro Music: DJ Goodman – Japanese Flute (Dubstep Mix) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-JH_H_-I4Hw
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Dili, East Timor - Travel Around The World

Dili, East Timor - Travel Around The World

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  • Updated: 24 Jul 2016
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Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYTtl9EEkJaDWJgIdX40-Cg?sub_confirmation=1 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Travel.Around.The.World.0/ email: theworld.travelaround@gmail.com Government Palace (Palácio do Governo): https://goo.gl/maps/P6kuHsNqt3n Presidential Palace (Presidência da República Democrática de Timor-Leste): https://goo.gl/maps/MDqVt87h9MQ2 Ministry of Defense (Ministerio da Defesa): https://goo.gl/maps/ek6cv7ymj7R2 Statue of Jesus (Cristo Rei Statue), Fatucama Beach (Cape Fatucama), Cristo Rei Beach (Praia de Cristo Rei), Areia Branca Beach (Areia Branca Bay): https://goo.gl/maps/eGMhCfUgB5s Statue of Pope John Paul II (Papa João Paulo II Statue): https://goo.gl/maps/mEVpByPZWrF2 Motael Church (Predio Igreja Antonio Motael): https://goo.gl/maps/KKzg8QXdMoE2 An Nur Mosque (Masjid Kampung Alor): https://goo.gl/maps/9kS82VG3fcv Jardim 5 de Maio, Integration Monument: https://goo.gl/maps/7ZmmFZukpjD2 Dili Port, Dili Harbor Light (Farol do Porto de Dili), Monumento Massacre Santa Cruz: https://goo.gl/maps/fosQz9qXo5p Promenade (Largo de Lecidere): https://goo.gl/maps/s5KaVaYwAW12 National Stadium (Timor Crocs National Statium): https://goo.gl/maps/nf8nvLKQAGJ2 Intro & Outro: http://videohive.net/user/IDsains
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Violence and looting continue in East Timor capital

Violence and looting continue in East Timor capital

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  • Updated: 28 Jul 2015
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1. Various of people looting warehouses 2. Various of Australian troops walking amongst looters 3. Various of people looting warehouses 4. Wide of children and others inside refugee camp 5. Girls eating and preparing food at camp 6. Close up of young boy eating 7. Various of refugees preparing food 8. Wide exterior of IOM (International Organisation for Migration) building 9. SOUNDBITE: (English) Luiz Vieira, Chief of IOM East Timor mission: "We have a very, fairly accurate figure of 60,000, 65,000 people in the internally displaced camps in Dili and around Dili. And we estimate that another 30,000 people or so that have been displaced in the districts. So the total number of people in IDP (internally displaced persons) centres in Timor is estimated at maybe 100,000 people." 10. Australian troops walking through refugee camp 11. Man and woman seen through smoke from cooking fire 12. SOUNDBITE: (English) Luiz Vieira, Chief of IOM East Timor mission: "I think certainly the conditions are not good. One of the primary concerns is water and sanitation, more linked to sanitation. We've been able to, in the past three or four days, to take a significant amount of food to the IDP centres." 13. Various of refugees in camp 14. SOUNDBITE: (English) Luiz Vieira, Chief of IOM East Timor mission: "The IOM, together with the UN country team, the UN agencies, the international NGOs, the Red Cross, we're all working to coordinate an appeal so that, you know, we're of course trying to limit the amount of duplication that there is in our appeals. But yes, further assistance will certainly be needed, because it is quite a large-scale crisis that we have on our hands." 15. Various of Australian troops checking young men at security checkpoint STORYLINE: Nearly 1,000 people looted government warehouses in East Timor's capital on Friday, stealing computers, office chairs and file cabinets, as the tiny country continued its decent into chaos. Foreign troops deployed in Dili to restore order were nowhere to be seen early on, and Australian soldiers who turned up later appeared to do little to stop the mass looting. Many of those taking part in Friday's looting had been waiting for rice handouts and became angry after realising the warehouse containing food relief had been emptied overnight. They broke into nearby government warehouses, carrying out office furniture, car parts, even musical instruments and a saddle for a horse, loading them onto relief trucks. Some were seen driving off on motorcycles, carrying computer printers and chairs still wrapped in plastic. One of the many international groups working to care for those who have been displaced by the violence is the International Organisation for Migration. The IOM's mission chief in East Timor told AP Television on Friday that as many as 100-thousand people had fled their homes and were being sheltered at camps across the country. Luiz Vieira said water for sanitation was still severely lacking in the camps, but that "a significant amount of food" had been distributed. "Further assistance will certainly be needed, because it is quite a large-scale crisis that we have on our hands," Vieira added. The violence that erupted last week in East Timor was triggered by the dismissal of 600 soldiers from the 1,400-member army. But clashes between rival factions in the armed forces have given way to gang warfare, arson and looting. At least 28 people have died in country's worst violence since its break from Indonesia in 1999, and tens of thousands of people have fled or taken refuge in camps scattered across Dili. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/9340b8dcfff14a6d601eb866fe54c8b0 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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EAST TIMOR: DILI: FOOTAGE OF DESTRUCTION IN CAPITAL

EAST TIMOR: DILI: FOOTAGE OF DESTRUCTION IN CAPITAL

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  • Updated: 23 Jul 2015
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Indonesian/Nat Dramatic footage from the capital of East Timor show Indonesian soldiers herding pro-independence supporters out of town as militias loot and burn. The pictures were taken the same day Catholic Bishop Carlos Belo, an advocate for East Timor's independence, fled the island. Before he left, the Nobel Peace laureate expressed hopes that East Timor could one day find peace and freedom. A rare glimpse of the chaos in East Timor. As buildings burned across the city, armed militiamen rampaged through shops and homes, collecting their booty in piles on street corners. The compound which used to house more than 50 U-N vehicles now stands empty and charred. Hundreds of civilians are sequestered nearby inside the besieged U-N compound, while others are staying here at the police headquarters. Many have fled to Dili from outlying villages where they say the destruction and violence has been far worse. Some of the violence seen last week has abated since Indonesia declared martial law on East Timor. But there are signs many of the Indonesian soldiers are supporting the militias, in an apparent bid to punish the populace which overwhelmingly supported independence in the August 29 U-N referendum. The armed forces are furious with President Habibie for allowing the referendum to go ahead and fear it could inspire other independence-minded provinces like Aceh and Irian Jaya. As supporters of East Timor's independence were seen fleeing in droves, many with their hands held over their hands... ...Indonesian police and soldiers could be seen directing their departure. Few foreign aid workers are left on the island. These Red Cross left on Monday, and there are plans by the U-N to evacuate most of its remaining staff in Dili. Meanwhile there are fears for the fate of hundreds of East Timorese who had taken refuge in the home of Nobel Peace laureate Bishop Carlos Belo. Belo left East Timor on Monday after militia's attacked his home. Before leaving on a flight to Australia, Belo expressed hopes that East Timor would one day find the road to peace and reconstruction. SOUNDBITE: (Indonesia) "We will still fight for peace, reconciliation and hopefully the Timorese people can stand together and only through peace can East Timor be rebuilt." SUPER CAPTION: Bishop Carlos Belo of Dili, Nobel Peace Laureate Soon after Belo left with police escort, armed soldiers were seen entering his compound. Amid the chaos, a few people work to maintain what order they can. The badly equipped fire brigade fights a city ablaze, armed only with buckets and tanks of water. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/5a491d5f3922104917789e3f0bce781c Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Díli, Vibrant and Faith-filled Capital of Timor-Leste

Díli, Vibrant and Faith-filled Capital of Timor-Leste

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  • Updated: 25 May 2011
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http://SupremeMasterTV.com -- THE WORLD AROUND US Díli, Vibrant and Faith-filled Capital of Timor-Leste. Episode: 1655, Air Date: 27 March 2011. Welcome, loving viewers, to The World Around Us. Today, we will travel to a tropical island country where the Pacific and Indian Oceans meet. Southeast of Indonesia and north of Australia, across the Timor Sea is the lovely country of Timor-Leste, which consists of three islands and a separate exclave. These include the eastern half of the Timor island, an exclave on the northwestern side of the island, as well as the nearby two peripheral islands Atauro and Jaco. As the easternmost end of the Lesser Sunda Islands, Timor-Leste is beautifully called the "eastern rising sun" in Tetum, one of the official languages of the nation. Timor-Leste beautifies our Earth with unique flora and fauna over her picturesque mountains and fields. Like her neighbor Indonesia, Timor-Leste is the home of pristine rainforest that supports rich wildlife, with precious animal species including 250 kinds of birds of Asian and Australian origins. In those forests, one can also find many precious native plants, such as sandalwood. Besides being a home to abundant wildlife, Timor-Leste also presents our world with an underwater wilderness. The landscapes of Timor-Leste are decorated with waterfalls, tropical flowers, as well as precious metals and stones such as gold, manganese and marble. Smooth beaches outline the extended coast with soft white sand and volcanic black sand. Resting off the north coast is an underwater precipice known as the Wetar Strait. This three-kilometer deep marine trench is a flowing ocean corridor welcoming the migrating whales, dolphins, tuna and sailfish. Also along the north coast, Timor-Leste's pleasant cities prosper, blending natural beauty with the amazing culture of her people. The largest city and the nation's capital, Díli, is an important port in the region as well as a commercial center. Here, in the relaxing mild ocean breeze, life in Díli is vibrant and full of hope. Commerce, culture, art and other activities flourish. I am José Maia, pastor of the Parish of Suai. Now I'm here in Díli, the Díli Cathedral. I came here yesterday already to follow the celebration Youth Cross in Aileu today. National Youth Cross is most important to us, for the Timorese, because through the Youth Cross, all youth gather, not only youngsters, but all older ones, all the Christians in Timor-Leste to celebrate, to dialogue on Christian unity as well as national unity. The people of Timor-Leste consist of Austronesians, Papuans, and a small Chinese community. As evidenced in the early cave paintings, stone carvings, and pottery, human activity on Timor Island started 4,000 years ago. Today, the city of Díli has been completely rejuvenated. The more modern cultural center, known as Uma Fukun, or "living art," complements the antique market, which was transformed into a broad space for conventions and exhibitions for arts and crafts. Díli's streets welcome people from all around the world with their local art creations of wood and beautifully woven fabric. Over a dozen shops congregate in the weaving market, where Timor-Leste women will weave the beautiful legendary textile, called "tais," right in front visitors' eyes. It is an inspiration to see the elegance of both the traditional and modern patterns as we watch how it is made! With vibrant colors and creative designs, Timor-Leste's women have expressed their artistic sensitivity for generations through their fine daily work of weaving. A few steps further on the road is the fruit and vegetable market. There, the tropical vegetables and fruits will satisfy with their freshness and flavors. Díli is renowned for its beaches, Areia Branca beach in particular. An elegant white sandy beach, Areia Branca is very inviting to local residents and visitors alike to come and play, exercise or dance, or simply enjoy the ocean breeze. The waterfront remains a center of activity for young and old, from dawn till night. A park separates the beach from the road, with banyan trees and benches offering an excellent place to cool oneself in the shade. Of course, there are few things more beautiful than an evening in Díli by the sea. Timor-Leste is one of the only two predominantly Roman Catholic countries in Asia, along with the Philippines. The people of Timor-Leste have a long and strong spiritual lineage of the Christian faith, which has coexisted with a local animist tradition, as well as Islam, Protestant Christianity and Buddhism. The history of the Catholic Church has given the city of Díli magnificent cathedrals, as well as monuments and statues of saints. Díli's grandest Catholic church is the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, which is also the largest cathedral in Southeast Asia. Welcoming 1,800 people every Sunday, the church has a spacious entranc
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Maudabak- An East Timor Financial Literacy Movie

Maudabak- An East Timor Financial Literacy Movie

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Maudabak is part of Tuba Rai Metin and Kaubauk’s initiative to educate the youth of East Timor to become more financially independent. It is a story that plays out on the streets of the country's capital, Dili. It uses comedy and satire to explore financial literacy concepts such as prioritizing wants vs needs, savings money and planning for the future. It is part of Tuba Rai Metin's goal of enhancing financial literacy and inclusion on a large scale in East Timor. Kaubauk Investiment no Finansas, S.A. is East Timor's leading MFI. Tuba Rai Metin translate to "Stand Firmly on the Ground" and is an NGO that focusses supporting poor families and women in East Timor to participate in inclusive growth through the provision of livelihood promotion services. For more information check out: www.kaebauk.tl
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EAST TIMOR: PRO-INDEPENDENCE SUPPORTERS THREATEN MUSLIMS

EAST TIMOR: PRO-INDEPENDENCE SUPPORTERS THREATEN MUSLIMS

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Indonesian/Nat Muslims who have lived in East Timor's capital, Dili for more than ten years are now facing problems in the city since the recent conflict erupted in the territory. Since then, Muslims in East Timor, a predominantly Roman catholic territory, are now considered the enemy by pro-independence supporters. Some members of the Islamic community, no longer welcome in the capital are seeking refuge in the Annur mosque in Dili. One 180 Muslims (40 families) have taken refuge in the mosque. They have been here since September 8th. Many of the Muslims in Dili originally came from Sumatra and Java and have lived here, in the East Timorese capital between 7 and 11 years . They came to East Timor for commercial reasons - to be traders, as well as to spread the word of Islam. Recently around twenty people left the mosque to go and get supplies. They were spotted and are now being detained by pro independence people on suspicion of spying for the Indonesians. Violence erupted in the region when Indonesian troops and their militia proxies sought to avenge the overwhelming pro-independence vote in a U-N-supported referendum on August 30th. SOUNDBITE: (Indonesian) "Because the situation doesn't allow us to live in our homes, we look for the best solution to ensure the safety of our community here in East Timor, and we decided to take refuge in this mosque. God willing, we can find peace in here." SUPER CAPTION: Jamal, Immam of Annur Mosque SOUNDBITE: (Indonesia) "We will keep on living here because we have lived here for a long time and adjusted ourselves to this place. The local people have also accepted us. So we will stay here, whatever might happen." SUPER CAPTION: Arham, Muslim Refugee SOUNDBITE: (Indonesia) "If they stay here, we will make an effort to kick them out of this place. We don't want them to be around any more. We will happily welcome other foreigners, such as the Australians, but we are fed up with the Indonesian government and we are fed up with the Indonesian people who are still here." SUPER CAPTION: Julio Da Silva, East Timorese local You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/3dbd1a84f82c5af7972d653ed20f58ac Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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EAST TIMOR: DILI: RIVAL GANG VIOLENCE

EAST TIMOR: DILI: RIVAL GANG VIOLENCE

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Natural Sound Rival armed gangs clashed in the streets of the East Timor capital Dili on Sunday. The United Nations administration in East Timor claims the violence was sparked by pro-Jakarta groups who oppose independence. Hundreds of young rival gang members armed with machetes, sticks and stones confronted each other in running battles. The riot first erupted at a soccer stadium during a martial arts demonstration. It quickly spread to the markets in the centre of Dili. Hundreds of youths attacked each other with knives, machetes, sticks and stones. At least five people were hurt, one of them seriously. Police moved in to break up the clashes arresting at least 15 people, but the skirmishes lasted several hours. Dozens of people were searched for weapons, but weren't detained. Police also made a sweep of the market stalls searching for any weapons that may have been hidden under shop counters. Security on the streets was also tightened with patrols throughout the night. The violence has prompted a get tough stance from U-N officials. Sergio Vieira de Mello, the United Nations head in East Timor, said U-N police would adopt a policy of zero tolerance. Anyone in the capital Dili carrying knives or machetes, which are traditionally used in farming, would be arrested. The U-N police patrolling Dili will also be issued with guns in what U-N authorities call a special preventive measure. The U-N has blamed pro-Jakarta groups for the violence, claiming it's a new tactic to derail the return to democracy. The United Nations took over the administration of East Timor last year to end a campaign of violence by pro-Indonesia militias following a vote for independence. The world body is expected to guide the country, a former Portuguese colony, to independence in two to three years. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/6c0986e81e50515adf85dd6f1fe199ea Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Dili, capital of East Timor

Dili, capital of East Timor

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Beautiful and unspoiled beaches, mountains, forests and so much more, here in Indonesia's Dili! A lovely Timor sunset, too... Dili, spelled Díli in Portuguese, is the capital, largest city, chief port and commercial centre of East Timor. Dili lies on the northern coast of Timor island, the easternmost of the Lesser Sunda Islands. It is the seat of the administration of the district of Dili, which is the administrative entity of the area and includes the island of Atauro and some cities close to Dili city. The city is divided into the subdistricts of Nain Feto, Vera Cruz, Dom Aleixo and Cristo Rei and is divided into several sucos, which are headed by an elected chefe de suco. 18 of the 26 sucos of the four sub-districts are categorized as urban. There is no city administration beside the district administrator, who was appointed by state government. The Timorese government started to plan in 2009 to change the status of districts into municipalities. Source: wikipedia This footage is part of the professionally-shot broadcast stock footage archive of Wilderness Films India Ltd., the largest collection of imagery from South Asia. The Wilderness Films India collection comprises of thousands of hours of high quality broadcast imagery, mostly shot on HDCAM 1080i High Definition, HDV and XDCAM. Write to us for licensing this footage on a broadcast format, for use in your production! We are happy to be commissioned to film for you or else provide you with broadcast crewing and production solutions across South Asia. We pride ourselves in bringing the best of India and South Asia to the world... Reach us at wfi @vsnl.com and admin@wildfilmsindia.com.
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EAST TIMOR DILI INDEPENDENCE VOTE SECURITY

EAST TIMOR DILI INDEPENDENCE VOTE SECURITY

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English/Indonesian U-N officials have accused militia groups of making a last-minute attempt to derail Monday's vote on possible independence for East Timor by scaring voters away from the polls. The U-N and international observers are worried the vote will be marred by violence which has plagued the island for years and intensified in recent months. Indonesian police and security forces will provide security - but their track record is not excellent and fear is in the air. The Indonesian police are visible around the capital and elsewhere in East Timor. But their ability to provide security for all Timorese has repeatedly come into doubt. Some say they are simply ineffective. Others accuse them of helping those who support continued union with Indonesia in their intimidation tactics. On Thursday, the situation in the Timorese capital, Dili, deteriorated into mob violence. Independence supporters battled pro-Indonesia militia, leaving dead and wounded on both sides. Police failed to disarm the weapon-toting militiamen and after one attack were even spotted shaking hands with them. The U-N organisers of the ballot have strongly criticised the failure of the police to reign in the militias. SOUNDBITE: (English) "This ballot ought to be taking place in conditions that guarantee all the voters in East Timor, their security, and unfortunately that's far from the case at the moment. But we hope and indeed insist that the Indonesians must make further efforts to fulfill their responsibility under the agreement to have a peaceful polling day and also to discourage threats of violence in reprisal afterwards." SUPER CAPTION: Ian Martin, head of mission, UNAMET The Indonesian military have been responsible for security for the last 24 years. But time and again, soldiers have been accused of arming, training and aiding pro-Indonesia militias. In May, an agreement was reached that the Indonesian police would take over security arrangements. SOUNDBITE: (Bahasa Indonesia) "On the voting day TNI (military) members who don't have the right to vote will stay in their barracks. On the other hand the police will be the ones who are responsible for security from their own command posts during the vote." SUPER CAPTION: Col. Muhamad Nur Muis, Indonesian military commander for East Timor The U-N has sent a large contingent of police to advise their Indonesian counterparts. So far, it has been hard to see the results of their efforts. Many Timorese hope that the mere presence of so many U-N personnel will help ensure their safety. But all are aware that the U-N cannot act directly to stop an attack. SOUNDBITE: (English) "It's the obligation, the responsibility of Indonesia under the May 5 agreement to ensure security. The U-N presence, of course, is only an unarmed civilian and police advisory presence." SUPER CAPTION: Charles Costello, head of mission, Carter Center Local people fear that even if voting day goes smoothly, reaction to the results could bring renewed violence. Independence is widely believed to be the people's choice, leaving pro-Indonesia militias angry and desperate. SOUNDBITE: (English) "The two parties always claim they will be winners and then they aren't ready to loose. And if they are confronted with the results, maybe they will take some actions. And this is our concern. And it is our hope the United Nations will send a P-K-O, a peacekeeping forces to stabilise the situation." SUPER CAPTION: Bonar Tigor Naipospos, Indonesian balloting observer The whole world will be keeping an eye on East Timor, hoping the troubled territory can finally find peace. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/you... Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork Kategori : Berita & Politik Lisensi : Lisensi YouTube Standar asfin@morang
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INDONESIA: EAST TIMOR REFUGEES FLEE PRO-INDONESIAN GROUPS

INDONESIA: EAST TIMOR REFUGEES FLEE PRO-INDONESIAN GROUPS

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Eng/Indonesian About 200 people from villages around East Timor's capital Dili were sheltering on Tuesday at the home of a pro-independence leader in the city. They said they fled their homes after being harassed by pro-Indonesian armed groups. An estimated 3-thousand villagers were also taking shelter in Suai, 80 kilometres (50 miles) southwest of Dili. They fled there after violence and threats between pro- and anti-independence groups. Last week, Indonesia said it would consider granting independence to East Timor if its inhabitants reject a plan for greater autonomy now being discussed at U-N-sponsored talks. Pro-Indonesian activists have warned of the possibility of civil war among rival East Timorese factions if Indonesia withdraws troops from the territory it invaded in 1975. A 100-member delegation of pro-autonomy East Timorese, led by Governor Abilio Soares, will meet government officials in the Indonesian capital Jakarta over the next few days to protest Indonesia's surprise offer. But separatists who drove in a convoy of cars and trucks through Dili said they would settle for nothing less than independence. Families had come to take shelter in the house of Mauhunu, former separatist commander who has now taken the place of jailed East Timorese rebel leader, Xanana Gusmao. SOUNDBITE: (Indonesian) "We are here because of the army and the civilian people - they came on the 3rd of January and we found out two people got killed and eight people got injured so that's why I'm here." SUPER CAPTION: Jamie Dejesus, Refugee SOUNDBITE: (English) "Because on the ground we have many automatic weapons and in the high rank. In the ABRI (Indonesian military) for example, what do they say...they say that they are out of the political party that they do not support any kind of political party but in East Timor they give automatic weapons for the people, the group they support integration with Indonesia. It is a big contradiction. It is clear so I think they make not for peace in Timor but to continue with the war in Timor. " SUPER CAPTION: Mauhunu, Separatist leader SOUNDBITE: (English) "So we are trying to convince the Indonesian government and President Habibie, there are still thousands of people trying to support and to protect integration." SUPER CAPTION: Basilio Dias Araujo, Leader anti-independence campaign You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/093fa30b925992416f56a9695449fa83 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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EAST TIMOR: UN PEACEKEEPING MISSION: SECURITY

EAST TIMOR: UN PEACEKEEPING MISSION: SECURITY

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Eng/Indonesian Australian peacekeeping forces occupied an area of the East Timorese capital on Friday in their biggest show of strength on the ground so far. An estimated 15-hundred troops backed up by attack helicopters moved in to secure the area. The Australian peacekeepers carried out house to house searches to flush out any militiamen still operating in the area. Troops and armoured personnel carriers sealed off a central district near Dili's port and conducted a house-to-house search for militiamen. Blackhawk helicopters hovered overhead throughout the operation, which was still under way after two hours. An estimated 15-hundred troops took part in the operation. Witnesses saw Australian troops detaining three unidentified men who were ordered to lie face down on the ground, and then were taken away. It was the most active step the force had taken so far to seek out people responsible for the tension in the city. The head of the multinational peacekeeping forces in East Timor has warned that his soldiers will shoot to kill if they catch anyone pointing a weapon at them. The Australian-led international forces have detained dozens of suspected militia members since arriving in Dili on Monday and have confiscated hundreds of machetes, knives and homemade guns. SOUNDBITE: (English) "We have identified instances where it is very likely that there has been interaction between T-N-I (Indonesian military) and the militia. This is especially to do with those T-N-I who have been recruited from within East Timor. This is understandable." SUPER CAPTION: Major General Peter Cosgrove, Commander of U-N peacekeeping force Meanwhile, Indonesian troops are continuing their retreat from strife-riven East Timor following Jakarta's announcement that martial law over the territory has been lifted. SOUNDBITE: (Indonesian) "In accordance to resolution 1264, control of East Timor is in the hands of INTERFET (International Force for East Timor)." SUPER CAPTION: Major General Kiki Syahnakri, Indonesian military commander in East Timor Indonesia said on Thursday that martial law had been revoked in East Timor and that the responsibility for security would be handed over to the multinational force. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/6dc3724a6ac84ebdd989b8366c633147 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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INDONESIA: EAST TIMOR: DILI: VIOLENCE CLASHES LATEST

INDONESIA: EAST TIMOR: DILI: VIOLENCE CLASHES LATEST

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Natural Sound Hundreds of anti-independence militiamen clashed with pro-independence supporters on Wednesday, close to the U-N headquarters in East Timor's capital of Dili. The fighting blocked the streets outside the U-N compound, trapping people inside. A U-N security officer confirmed that nearly two hundred people - including U-N officials and journalists - have taken shelter in an auditorium within the compound. Pro-independence supporters, armed with rocks and machetes, clashed with rival anti-separatist group on the streets just outside of U-N headquarters in Dili. It was the most serious confrontation between the two groups since last Monday's polling day. Earlier pledges by both sides to lay down weapons turned out to be empty promises, as chaos once again took over the Dili streets. One pro-independence supporter found himself singled out by the militia. Once down, it didn't take long for other militia members to descend upon him with machetes and knives. The pro-independence groups were virtually outgunned, though one member made his own firearm. It seemed ineffective against the rifles available to the militia. At sunset, smoke could be seen just outside of the U-N compound. A nearby house was set afire and cars driving into the compound were shot at. One taxi carrying journalists to the scene was fired on and its rear window was smashed. Around one hundred and fifty people are trapped inside the U-N compound, seeking shelter in an auditorium within the complex. U-N officials say no one broke into the compound. The violence followed Monday's relatively peaceful referendum on independence. Ballot counting is still under way but the success of Monday's ballot turnout suggests that East Timor may have rejected Jakarta's autonomy proposal and chosen to break away from 24 years of Indonesian rule. Earlier in Dili, hundreds of armed anti-independence militiamen gathered in the capital's streets, and at least one person was reported killed. The outbreak raised fears that the territory could slide back into lawlessness as pro-Indonesia militias - sensing defeat - try frantically to take control of whatever they can. The militias have accused the U-N of rigging the vote to encourage independence. Indonesian security forces have been accused by the U-N of arming and supporting the militia - a charge the police have continually denied. However, the swiftness with which the militia have been able to take control of roads and ports of transport does little to inspire confidence in the authorities. Indonesia took over the former Portuguese colony in 1975, annexing the territory a year later. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/2eb8705504c8e6fbd54262b2d7fff408 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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INDONESIA: EAST TIMOR: UNREST

INDONESIA: EAST TIMOR: UNREST

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English/Nat Hundreds of anti-independence militiamen fired homemade guns and burned houses and cars on Saturday after thousands rallied in East Timor's capital to demonstrate their loyalty to Indonesia. Some fired shots and pelted rocks at the home of prominent pro-independence politician Manuel Carrascalao, the brother of a former East Timor governor. The number of people injured in Saturday's violence was not immediately known. A thousands-strong anti-independence rally in the East Timor capital of Dili turned nasty on Saturday when hundreds of militiamen randomly opened fire and burned houses. Amongst the houses and buildings attacked was the home of prominent pro-independence politician Manuel Carrascalao. Dozens of people, many of them displaced villagers who had fled earlier communal violence, had been sheltering in the house. They ran away when the gang smashed doors and windows. At least two nearby houses were set afire. Witnesses said the men had been driving around the streets of Dili in more than 80 trucks. They went on a rampage after they heard gunshots in the eastern outskirts of the town. It was not immediately clear who fired the initial shots. Witnesses said some of the militiamen, wrongly fearing an attack by rival pro-independence fighters, returned fire at random with crudely made guns they had been carrying. Saturday's violence came despite a call for calm by anti-independence militia group Aitarak's commander, Joao da Silva, after weeks of bloodshed from fighting among various pro and anti-independence groups as well as the Indonesian military. Da Silva said his men would fight if necessary to remain part of Indonesia, which invaded East Timor in 1975 and annexed it in 1976. The United Nations plans to hold a vote in July to determine whether the people of East Timor want autonomy within the Indonesian state or full independence. The issue has polarized East Timor's 800-thousand people. Many fear rising violence could stop the ballot. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/4b3250733dc7d13ceeb7092ef50d9a58 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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