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Friday, September 10, 1999 Published at 16:39 GMT 17:39 UK


World: Asia-Pacific

Picture gallery: Jakarta torn by protests




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Indonesian sons of soldiers who have served in East Timor protest against independence for the territory.


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Jakarta students demand a UN role in East Timor.


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Indonesian nationalists burn a US flag in protest at the possibility of foreign intervention in East Timor.


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Student demonstrators clash with Indonesian riot police at an anti-government demonstation.


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Student protesters demand the resignation of President Habibie and an end to the armed forces role in politics.


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Anti-Unamet student protesters burn a UN flag outside the UN building in Jakarta.


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The pro-independence National Council of Timorese Resistance marches through Jakarta in protest.




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