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Scoop Full Coverage: Timore Leste Update

Timor Update: Failed Coup To Blame For Timor Leste Violence - NZ Commits 200 Troops To Timor - U.S-based security monitors are reporting that a failed coup is to blame for the clashes between Timor Leste security forces and former soldiers, Prime Minister Mari Alkatiri said Friday, May 26. Stratfor, a leading security consulting intelligence agency, reports Australian special forces have secured Dili airport, but lack approval from Alkatiri or President Xanana Gusmao to activate the remaining troops on standby. The intel-report states that neither Australian Prime Minister John Howard nor other officials had been able to contact Timor Leste's leaders prior to troops engaging in Dili. See... U.S. Intel Agency Reports Failed Coup Behind Timor Violence

  • NZ Govt - Troops deployed to Timor Leste
  • NZ Govt - Immediate humanitarian aid for Timor Leste
  • Australian Defence Force - Update - ADF Contribution To Op Astute
  • New Zealand Defence Force - Current NZDF Commitment To Timor-Leste
  • New Zealand Defence Force - NZDF In Timor - Media Advisory
  • New Zealand Defence Force - The Anzac Effort
  • Council for International Development - Violence in Timor Leste affecting NGOs
  • Caritas Aotearoa - The Church and Caritas Helping in Timor Leste
  • East Timor Action Network - ETAN on the Current Violence in Timor-Leste
  • United Nations - Timor-Leste: UN Relocates Families Of Staff
  • ChildFund - ChildFund evacuate staff over the weekend
  • New Zealand Defence Force - More NZ troops for Timor
  • NZ Govt - PM Sends Troops To Timor
  • Australian Defence Force - Current ADF Commitment to Operation Astute
  • United Nations - UN Supports Dialogue in Timor-Leste
  • Caritas - The Church and Caritas Helping in Timor Leste
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