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Toxic Cost of Rubbish Scavenging in Timor-Leste

Toxic Cost of Rubbish Scavenging in Timor-Leste

DILI:Smouldering fires. Haphazard explosions. Malnourished children. The disintegration of law and order and the absence of social services. In 1999, images such...

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Alkatiri Reiterates Timor-Leste’s Support to Saharawi People Struggle

Alkatiri Reiterates Timor-Leste’s Support to Saharawi People Struggle

DILI – Prime Minister Mari Alkatiri has reiterated his country’s support for the Saharawi people’s self-determination struggle during a reception with Mohamed Salama...

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Fan Calls for TL Football to be Politics Free

Fan Calls for TL Football to be Politics Free

DILI: Leading Timor-Leste football observer Francisco Magalihas lashed out at the embattled Timor-Leste Football Federation (FFTL) saying its failure to represent the interests of all Timorese football players and fans,...

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Timor-Leste Government Stockpiles Rice For Expected Drought

Timor-Leste Government Stockpiles Rice For Expected Drought

DILI:The Timor-Leste government has stockpiled 6.5 tones of rice at warehouses in Tibar, in an attempt to offsetpredicted drought-induced food shortages and stabalisebasic food prices.

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Corruption Concerns Undermine Illegal Chinese Fishing Fleet Raid

Corruption Concerns Undermine Illegal Chinese Fishing Fleet Raid

DILI - A joint operation conducted at dawn on 9 September between Timor-Leste national police (PNTL) and Australia’s marine police, the Sea Shepherd, has resulted in the raid of the...

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Starbucks Adds Timor-Leste Coffee to Global Range

Starbucks Adds Timor-Leste Coffee to Global Range

Coffee lovers in the United States and Canada now have the chance to taste the unique flavour of Timor-Leste’s beans, with global coffee giant Starbucks adding coffee from the half-island...

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Navy Joins Police in Search for Missing Student in Ossu

Navy Joins Police in Search for Missing Student in Ossu

DILI: Navy officers have joined in the search for a missing student suspected to be carried away by floodwater in Ossu, Viqueque on Sunday.

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