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The Evening Post

SHIPLEY CALLS ON US TO ACT: Prime Minister Jenny Shipley today pressured the United States to throw its weight behind an international peace-keeping force in East Timor.

WATSON NOT INVOLVED: The defence in the Scott Watson murder trial told the jury today that evidence showed Scott Watson was not involved in the deaths of Ben Smart or Olivia Hope.

TE KAHA TO DARWIN: New Zealand frigate Te Kaha is heading to Darwin to help in a possible evacuation of East Timor.

EMBASSY ATTACK: The Indonesian Embassy in now under guard after a paint attack on it last night.

LADLEY HOLED UP: Wellington Man Andrew Ladley who helped in the East Timor ballot is now holed up under guard at the UN compound in Dili.

STRATEGIC STUDIES: East Timor is of no interest to New Zealand and is internationally insignificant says the new head of the Centre for Strategic studies.

THE OPTIONS: As the call for an international peace-keeping force mounts the key continues to lie in the hands of Indonesia.

APPEAL: Aid agency World Vision has launched an aid appeal to help the people of East Timor.



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