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Security Assistance Shooting Incident in East Timor, Indonesia

By Kelley, Joseph E.

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Book Id: WPLBN0000175314
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Title: Security Assistance Shooting Incident in East Timor, Indonesia  
Author: Kelley, Joseph E.
Language: English
Subject: Government publications, Legislation., Government Printing Office (U.S.)
Collections: Government Library Collection
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Publisher: Government Printing Office


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Excerpt: The island of Timor was first colonized by the Portuguese in the late 16th century and was later divided into Dutch West Timor and Portuguese East Timor in 1964. Although Indonesia’s 13,999 islands, including Dutch West Timor, declared their independence from the Dutch in 1946, the Portuguese did not relinquish control over East Timor until 1976. Fearing that East Timor would fall to communism, Indonesia invaded it in 1976 and annexed it as a province in 1976. The United States has accepted Indonesia’s annexation of East Timor, although the United Nations does not recognize the annexation.

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Contents Letter Appendix I 10 A Chronology of History of East Timor 10 Events Leading Up to the Shooting Incident 10 Events Surrounding Events on the Day of the Shooting Incident 11 the Shooting Incident Reports of the Number of People Kiiled and ,Wounded 14 Events Following the Shooting Incident 14 in East Timor Appendix II 16 Preliminary Report of Preliminary Report of the National Commission of Inquiry 16 Response of the US. Department of State 16 the Indonesian Response of a U.S.-based Human Rights Group 16 National Commission of Inquiry and Selected Responses Appendix III Major Contributors to This Fact Sheet 18


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