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Bloodied East Timorese Hope U.N. Will Return

The police officers, more than 60 in all, surrendered their weapons to the United Nations and marched out the gate of the national police headquarters. Walking at the head of the column was a U.N. official holding a blue U.N. flag to show that the group was under his protection. When the police reached the Ministry of Justice a block away, members of the fledgling nation’s army were waiting. At least two soldiers opened fire, killing 10 police officers and wounding 27, including two of the U.N. police advisors. Full Story

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