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Scoop Images: Mark Burton’s Postcards From Timor

More pictures from East Timor courtesy of the New Zealand Defence Force. This time of Defence Minister Mark Burton during his visit - which is still underway. MPs accompanying him are also pictured. Photos LAC Nancy Cox.



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NZ Defence Minister Mark Burton inspects a Falantil guard of honour at Aileu 40km south of Dili.


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MPs Wayne Mapp, Ron Mark, Graham Kelly and Defence Minister Mark Burton meet Falantil commander Taur Matan Ruak at his base at Alieu.


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Major General Peter Cosgrove shows NZ Defence Minister Mark Burton, Defence Secretary Graeme Fortune and Air Marshal Carey Adamson a map of Timor.


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NZ Defence Minister Mark Burton and Major General Peter Cosgrove at a press conference for New Zealand media.


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