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TIMOR: There is confusion in Dili about who is responsible for the region’s security. Today the Indonesian began pulling out of Dili in mass but the UN say they must also share the responsibilities of maintaining security. There was more arson in Dili today.

SUPPLIES: A civilian 747 is taking rations, vehicles and helicopter parts to Darwin for the Kiwi troops. Twenty one Armoured Personell Carriers are waiting at Wellington’s port and will leave on Wednesday.

TAIWAN: Two brothers were pulled from rubbel in Taiwan today – five days after the Taipei was demolished by a big quake.

BOXING: The Medical Association have called for a ban on boxing after seeing a bloody woman fighting over the weekend.

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