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UPDATED - EAST TIMOR PROTESTS

UPDATED - EAST TIMOR PROTESTS
Updated protest details to hand, more as they are confirmed.

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FRIDAY, 10 SEPTEMBER
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*** WELLINGTON ***

~ 4.30pm to 6pm - vigil in the Catholic Cathedral.

~ 6pm to 12 midnight - vigil at Indonesian embassy, 70 Glen Rd, Kelburn - bring candles, warm clothes, banners etc.

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SATURDAY, 11 SEPTEMBER
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*** AUCKLAND ***

~ SAT, 11 Sept - protest against the situation in East Timor, 8 pm - gathering point at the Ferry Terminal, downtown Auckland. Organised by ETIC, tel 09 376-9098,

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SUNDAY, 12 SEPTEMBER
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*** WELLINGTON ***

~ 1pm, meet at the US Embassy (29 Fitzherbert Tce, off Hobson St, Thorndon) to protest the involvement of the US government in the killings in East Timor, Iraq and elsewhere. While Clinton and other US government officials are in the country for APEC, show your opposition to their global thuggery. Contact tel 385 6728.


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