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U.N.: Army elements kill 9 in East Timor

A U.N. spokesman said army elements opened fire on unarmed police in East Timor’s capital Thursday, killing nine and wounding 27 in fighting that threatened to plunge the young country into civil war. The shooting appeared to be the deadliest in a series of gunbattles between renegade troops and government forces. Earlier, at least three people were previously reported killed and more than a dozen wounded in fierce fighting across Dili that sent terrified residents and foreigners fleeing for safety, some rushing to the airport. Full Story

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