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EAST TIMOR: Sander Thoenes Online Memorial website

SANDER THOENES ONLINE MEMORIAL WEBSITE

A Sander Thoenes Online Memorial has been created to honor the Dutch
journalist Sander Thoenes, who was killed while reporting in East Timor.
It
includes photos, rembrances and links to many of his articles on East
Timor, Indonesia and elsewhere.

http://www.memorialforsander.org/

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