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East Timor Monday, 11 February, 2008, 05:10 GMT
The trials of East Timor: Special report
BBC special coverage on East Timor.

US warns Indonesian army
American Defence Secretary William Cohen tells the Indonesian army chief to stop supporting militia violence in East Timor.

falintil symbol The lost world of the Timor rebels
The BBC's Jonathan Head is one of the few journalists to visit the guerrilla army, known as Falintil, in its remote headquarters in the mountains of East Timor.

Who makes up the Timor force?
Australia and Britain are among a dozen countries sending troops to East Timor.

Shadowy militias of East Timor
The violence which erupted after East Timor's vote for independence was instigated by pro-Jakarta militias.



Analysis: New dawn for Timor?
The BBC's Catherine Napier looks at the obstacles on East Timor's path towards independence.



Profile: Xanana Gusmao
The BBC News website profiles Xanana Gusmao, East Timor's first president and subsequent prime minister.



Bishop Belo: Timor's spiritual leader
Jane Little profiles Bishop Carlos Belo, the East Timorese independence campaigner.



Analysis: Indonesia's military under scrutiny
The Indonesian military has a long tradition of involvement in its country's politics.



Profile: Jose Ramos-Horta
Nobel Peace Prize winner Jose Ramos-Horta helped lead the campaign for East Timorese independence before becoming prime minister and then president.



Analysis: The fragile archipelago
The prospect of independence for East Timor has raised concerns once more about the poltical unity of Indonesia at a critical time of transition.



East Timor on the Web
BBC News Online's guide to some of the key sources of information on East Timor on the Internet.



East Timor: The view from Portugal
In Portugal, East Timor has for years been something of a national obsession, writes - a cause clbre.



Eyewitness: The trials of East Timor
With hopes of a solution to the long-running dispute over East Timor, Matt Frei visited the island to gauge local opinion.



Eyewitness: Timor's day of reckoning
The BBC's Simon Ingram reports from the East Timorese capital on the historic day in which the people cast a vote on their future.



Analysis: Jakarta's long-term concerns
Indonesian policy in East Timor indicates wider anxieties about national unity, mineral wealth and the role of the army in the country.

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